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  • Georgetown curler visits Japan for first taste of international play
    Newspaper  Garbutt, Herb, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 14 Feb 2007, p. 17     Georgetown curler visits Japan for first taste of international play HERB GARBUTT Special to The IFP Stephanie Leachman of Georgetown traveled more than 10,000 kilometres and across nine time zones for her first taste of international curling competition, only to find herself vying for the ...
    Newspaper  Garbutt, Herb, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 14 Feb 2007, p. 17   Georgetown curler visits Japan for first taste of international play HERB GARBUTT Special to The IFP Stephanie Leachman of Georgetown traveled more than 10,000 kilometres and across nine time zones ...
  • Eight is enough
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 10 Feb 2006, p. 22     Two very rare "eight-enders" have taken place this season in the North Halton Golf & Country Club's curling leagues and the most recent was swept up during Day Ladies' action. Pictured above with their perfect end are, from left: Mary Wands, Barb Abray, Sharon Dunlop and Gerrie Dryden. Another ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 10 Feb 2006, p. 22   Two very rare "eight-enders" have taken place this season in the North Halton Golf & Country Club's curling leagues and the most recent was swept up during Day Ladies' action. ...
  • Curling curious
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Mar 2006, p. 1     Curling curious Matthew Butson,7, tries out curling at the Curling for the Curious day held at the Acton Curling Club Saturday morning....
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Mar 2006, p. 1   Curling curious Matthew Butson,7, tries out curling at the Curling for the Curious day held at the Acton Curling Club Saturday morning....
  • Noble spiel winners
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 25 Jan 2006, p. 24     Thirty-two men's curling teams from across central Ontario took part in the 11th-annual Irwin Noble Memorial Bonspiel last week at the North Halton Golf & Country Club. The Dundas Valley rink skipped by Brian MacLennan, pictured above receiving the winning trophy from Joyce Noble, was declared ...
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 25 Jan 2006, p. 24   Thirty-two men's curling teams from across central Ontario took part in the 11th-annual Irwin Noble Memorial Bonspiel last week at the North Halton Golf & Country Club. The Dundas Valley ...
  • Little rockers
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Dec 2006, p. 22     Eight teams from around south-central Ontario competed in the third-annual Little Rock Bonspiel at the North Halton Golf & Country Club recently. From left are members of the winning rink from the North Halton club's curling section, Jamie Waters, Iain Halverson, Katie Steele and Braden Wisz....
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Dec 2006, p. 22   Eight teams from around south-central Ontario competed in the third-annual Little Rock Bonspiel at the North Halton Golf & Country Club recently. From left are members of the winning rink ...
  • Family Fun Bonspiel winners
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 26 Dec 2006, p. 4     Brenda Shedden (far left), co-ordinator of the North Halton Golf & Country Club curling section's recent Family Fun Bonspiel, presents the winner's trophy to (from left), Marilyn, Geoffrey, Caitlin and Graham Elliott. (Right) The first draw winners from the Family Fun Bonspiel were, from left, Mike ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 26 Dec 2006, p. 4   Brenda Shedden (far left), co-ordinator of the North Halton Golf & Country Club curling section's recent Family Fun Bonspiel, presents the winner's trophy to (from left), Marilyn, Geoffrey, Caitlin and ...
  • Bonspiel winners
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Dec 2006, p. 23     North Halton Golf & Country Club's curling section hosted the 18th-annual Dunlop Insurance Charity Bonspiel, in which 64 curlers participated and raised $30,000 for the Georgetown Hospital and the Halton Hills United Way. The winning team (from left) consisted of: Cliff Sparks, Ron Perego, David ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Dec 2006, p. 23   North Halton Golf & Country Club's curling section hosted the 18th-annual Dunlop Insurance Charity Bonspiel, in which 64 curlers participated and raised $30,000 for the Georgetown Hospital and the Halton ...
  • Rink advances
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Jan 2007, p. 20     Literally coming down to a centimere, a North Halton rink skipped by Candice Swartz edged Brampton's Chinguacousy team on a measurement to decide the A division champion at last weekend's Ontario Curling Association Bantam Girls' Zone 9 playdowns in Shelburne. The North Halton team moves on to the ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Jan 2007, p. 20   Literally coming down to a centimere, a North Halton rink skipped by Candice Swartz edged Brampton's Chinguacousy team on a measurement to decide the A division champion at last weekend's ...
  • Lucky 13 for North Halton rink
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 4 Apr 2007, p. 17     A men's team from Georgetown strung together a remarkable 13game win streak en route to earning the first-ever Ontario Curling Association championship banner that will hang in their home North Halton Golf & Country Club's curling section. The rink, skipped by Steve Cartwright, with Jamie Waller as ...
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 4 Apr 2007, p. 17   A men's team from Georgetown strung together a remarkable 13game win streak en route to earning the first-ever Ontario Curling Association championship banner that will hang in their home North ...
  • Rinks dominate
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 4 Apr 2007, p. 18     The Pieta Council 6026, Georgetown, recently sent seven teams to the annual Ontario Knights of Columbus Bonspiel in Midland and Penetang, bringing back a first-place trophy and three runner-up finishes. The rink skipped by Al Lahue (right) won the divisional playoffs and took top spot overall. In ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 4 Apr 2007, p. 18   The Pieta Council 6026, Georgetown, recently sent seven teams to the annual Ontario Knights of Columbus Bonspiel in Midland and Penetang, bringing back a first-place trophy and three runner-up finishes. ...
  • Harris leaving North Halton club
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 12 Apr 2006, p. 19     North Halton Golf & Country Club director of golf and Canada's men's curling team skip at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan, Mike Harris, has accepted the head pro's position at the Banff Springs Golf Club. A Georgetown native, Harris earned a silver medal at the Nagano Games and currently ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 12 Apr 2006, p. 19   North Halton Golf & Country Club director of golf and Canada's men's curling team skip at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan, Mike Harris, has accepted the head pro's position ...
  • Halton-Peel bonspiel winners
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Mar 2007, p. 22     Milton hosted the Halton-Peel Bonspiel recently and the overall champions out of the North Halton Golf & Country Club's Curling Section (from left) were: Kevin Watchorn, Colin Brookes, Grant Gunn and skip Steve Cartwright....
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Mar 2007, p. 22   Milton hosted the Halton-Peel Bonspiel recently and the overall champions out of the North Halton Golf & Country Club's Curling Section (from left) were: Kevin Watchorn, Colin Brookes, Grant Gunn ...
  • Downtown `team' ready for sweeping changes
    Newspaper  Matthews, Kay, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Feb 2007, p. 6     Dear editor, Re: Core project requires patience (Jan. 31 editorial). I have a small confession-- I am not a very skillful swimmer, and certainly not while wearing a 50-lb weight! The other concern about asking me to swim is the weather -- it's too cold! No, I think at this ...
    Newspaper  Matthews, Kay, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Feb 2007, p. 6   Dear editor, Re: Core project requires patience (Jan. 31 editorial). I have a small confession-- I am not a very skillful swimmer, and certainly not while wearing a 50-lb weight! ...
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