(By Jason Simmonds)
CORNWALL, P.E.I. — The rebranding of the Cornwall Curling Club is now complete, and the new name includes a world champion.
A small ceremony on Jan. 5 featured the unveiling of the Cornwall Curling Club, Home of World Champion Lauren Lenentine.
“It’s really special,” said the 21-year-old daughter of Robbie and Jennifer Lenentine of New Dominion, P.E.I. “I started (curling) here when I was seven. Ever since then, they have been so supportive, and I really appreciate it.”
“It’s really special. I started (curling) here when I was seven. Ever since then, they have been so supportive, and I really appreciate it.”
– Lauren Lenentine
Lenentine is a two-time world junior champion with Team Canada. She joined Nova Scotia’s Kaitlyn Jones rink as the fifth player for the 2018 world championship and played lead on the 2020 world junior championship rink, skipped by Mackenzie Zacharias from Manitoba.
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