Whitecap Junior Curling Camp underway at Cornwall’s APM Centre

Whitecap  Curling  Camp, an exciting and popular summer camp for junior curlers, ages 12 -18, who are looking to improve and develop their curling skills, got underway last evening, with curlers arriving at Blanchard Hall UPEI, and then bused to the APM Centre in Cornwall for their first on-ice sessions. The annual camp, run by Curl Atlantic, has been held at the APM Centre for several years, and moves to New Brunswick for 2016-2018. This year’s sold-out camp has attracted curlers from all four Atlantic provinces, along with the USA, Ontario,  BC, and the Northwest Territories.
On the arena ice Sunday evening at the APM Centre. Photo by Larry Richards
The camp, directed by Curl Atlantic’s Helen Radford, wraps up on Friday, and features a comprehensive program that is delivered by a coaching staff which includes many of Canada’s top curling coaches, including Manitoba’s Cathy Overton-Clapham, Islanders Pat Quilty, Sabrina Smith, Robbie Doherty, Chris Gallant, and Aleya Quilty, New Brunswick’s Shelby Wilson, Gary Wilson, Morgan Easton, Daryell Nowlan, Newfoundland and Labrador’s Erin Porter, Jean Blackie and Leslie Walsh, and, from Nova Scotia, Jamie Danbrook, Kevin Patterson, Alex MacNeil, Bruce Wilkie and Dave MacRae.
Event contact: Helen Radford, Camp Director – 902-497-6655 email: [email protected]

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