The ladies’ league award went to the Shelly Sloan team that also includes Cheryl Cottini

Curlers hand out awards

The Alberni Valley Curling Club wound up their season on Saturday, April 2 with a general meeting followed by an awards banquet

The Alberni Valley Curling Club wound up their season on Saturday, April 2 with a general meeting followed by an awards banquet.

Steve and Frances Eng were presented the Volunteers of the Year award due to their endless hours of helping out with all facets of the Club’s operation.

Trophies were handed out for regular league play and results are as follows.

Monday Daytime League: the Bill Young Team, with Randy Taylor and Linda Tyler.

Monday Night Mixed: the Al Herbertson Team, with Leona Fowler, Dennis Royan and Krista Rose.

Wednesday Daytime: the Bruce Coutts Team with Shirley Shiner, Luke Frechette and Rose Sandberg

Wednesday Night Mens: the Gary Gray Team with Richard Gray, Fred Gray and Bill Milne.

Thursday Night Ladies: the Shelly Sloan Team, with Cheryl Cottini, Brandy Houghton and Judy McInnes.

Bruce Kendall, Frances Eng, Steve Eng and Sandy Forbes will represent B.C. as the mixed team in the Canada 55+ Games to be held in Brampton Ontario on Aug. 16-19.

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