Charlottetown Curling Complex rinks representing PEI at Travelers Curling Club Ch’ship, starting Monday in Halifax

Curling fever hits Halifax as the country’s top club teams descend on the Mayflower Curling Club

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Nov. 20, 2014 — Travelers Canada is proud to present the 2014 Travelers Curling Club Championship taking place at the Mayflower Curling Club from November 24 to 29. Teams from across Canada will compete for the ultimate title of Canadian Club Champions during six days of competition.

“We’re pleased to bring the Travelers Curling Club Championship to Halifax and raise money for local charities,” said Leigh Armstrong, elite Ontario curler and Chair of the 6th annual Travelers Curling Club Championship. “The Championship will feature great competition between the top clubs and we look forward to celebrating grassroots curling at its best.”

The event will officially begin with an opening reception and banquet for players on Sunday, Nov. 23 followed by Opening Ceremonies on Monday, Nov. 24 at 7:00 p.m. Teams representing every province and territory, plus a separate entry for Northern Ontario, will take part and crowds can expect highly-competitive play throughout the tournament.

Prince Edward Island is represented by two teams from the Charlottetown Curling Complex, the Phillip McInnis men’s rink, and the women’s team captained by Tammi Cudmore.

Phillip McInnis Adam Arsenault Cory Arsenault  Rodney Hood

Charlottetown Curling Complex
(Left to Right)

Skip: Phillip McInnis
Third: Adam Arsenault
Second: Cory Arsenault
Lead: Rodney Hood

Tammi Cudmore  Julie Scales  Jane DiCarlo  Anne Chouinard

Charlottetown Curling Complex

(Left to Right)

Skip: Tammi Cudmore

Third: Julie Scales

Second: Jane DiCarlo

Lead: Anne Chouinard

PEI native Marion MacAulay, now living in Truro, is again skipping the Nova Scotia women’s team, out of the Bluenose Curling Club in New Glasgow.

Since its inception in 2009, the event has raised over $365,000 in support of various provincial chapters of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI, formerly the Canadian Paraplegic Association) and wheelchair curling. SCI works to assist those with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation. This year’s event will support SCI’s Nova Scotia chapter.

The closing ceremonies will take place  Saturday, November 29, at 11:00 am, following the 9 am final games, at Mayflower Curling Club

Twitter: @travelerscurls –, Hashtag: #TCCC2014




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