The Glen Cheetham team from Port Alberni won the B Event at the Alberni Valley Curling Club’s 65th annual Men’s Bonspiel, which took place from Feb. 16-18. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Alberni Valley Curling Club hosts men’s bonspiel

Next event is mixed bonspiel in March

The Alberni Valley Curling Club hosted its 65th annual Men’s Bonspiel from March 16-18.

32 teams from as far as the Lower Mainland travelled to Port Alberni to compete over the weekend.

The Neff team from Nanaimo won the A Event, while the local Glen Cheetham team won the B event.

The Curling Club’s next event is a Gilligan’s Island-themed Mixed Bonspiel from March 16-18. Entry is $280 per team. For more information, contact Esther at 250-723-3111 or check out www.albernicurling.com.

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