Charlottetown Curling Club receives Capital Works Grant from Joyce Myers Trust Fund

The Trustees of the Joyce Myers Trust Fund, established under Curl Atlantic from profits from the 2003 Brier and the 2005 Roar of the Rings curling events in Atlantic Canada, have selected the 2018 recipients of its Curling Club Capital Works grants. This was the final year for the Joyce Myers Trust Fund Grants, as the Fund is now depleted.

The 2018 Joyce Myers Capital Works Grant recipients will each receive $1,500. The successful curling centres are:

NB – Beresford Curling Club, Carleton Curling Club, Florenceville Curling Club

NS – Glooscap Curling Club, Mayflower Curling Club, New Caledonian Curling Club

PEI – Charlottetown Curling Club

NL – Caribou Curling Club

Here is a list of the previous PEI grant recipients:

2017 – Maple Leaf Curling Club
2016 – Silver Fox Curling Club
2015 – Montague Curling Club
2014 – Charlottetown Curling Club
2013 – Maple Leaf Curling Club
2012 – Crapaud Curling Club
2011 – Cornwall Curling Club
2010 – Crapaud Curling Club

The Trustees created the grants as a means to assist member curling clubs within Atlantic Canada with capital projects. Expenses that are of a special and/or extraordinary nature will be eligible for funding. In other words, programs and initiatives that are both unusual and occur infrequently; they are not part of the regular, day-to-day operation of the club. Listed below are a few possibilities:  The repair, replacement, purchase or construction of a curling facility or part of a curling facility. For example, the repair or replacement of a curling club roof; the repair, replacement or purchase of a plant asset or piece of equipment; the repair or replacement of ice making equipment; the purchase of special curling equipment; the purchase of little rocks for a junior curling program.  Exempt from funding are any expenses of an operational nature. For example, membership dues, utility and tax bills do not qualify.

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