Fort Frances Curling Club

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About Us

If you asked any one of our curlers, they’d tell you we are proud of our curling facility. It’s home. We have history and a future. We are a part of our community and we are Fort Frances proud.

Not only are we a center for life long curling, but we are a venue for community events that include weddings, socials, trade shows and more.

Proudly we are one of the greenest clubs in Canada with the installation of our Geo-Thermal heating and cooling system and our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint. Our system runs our ice plant, heats our facility in the winter and cools it in the summer.

Above all we are most proud of the curlers who make our club what it is: our members, our volunteers, our board, and our staff.

Mission & Values – check back

Objective: The objective of the Club shall be to promote the game of curling in the community, in the province, and to promote fraternal goodwill with the other curling clubs.

Board of Directors

Staff

Club Manager – Rick Grenda ffccmanager@gmail.com

Along with our Club Manager, our staff consists of bartenders, Icemaker and ice technicians, and a custodian.

Volunteers – Volunteers are integral to the success of our club. Volunteers sit on our board as well as many committees. Volunteers assist with putting in the ice and taking it out at the end of the season. Many of our volunteers help clean the club before and after events, including those held by our community.

Kitchen ServicesLittle Amik Grill

Donations NEW you can donate by ETransfer. Use ffmanager@gmail.com when setting up the Etransfer. In the message section, please note ‘Donation’ and which campaign it is meant for. ie. Roof, Memorial, Cleaning fund.

Memorial Fund – donations graciously accepted in memory of a loved one who has passed. Dependent on donation, an acknowledgment will go up on one of 2 boards at the Club.

Cleaning Fund – During these times of Covid19, our club, like other facilities and businesses, has seen an increase in cleaning expenses. We have not transferred that expenses to our members. If you would like to donate to our Cleaning Fund to help defray additional costs, the club would be very grateful. If you happen to see Chlorox wipes while shopping and would care to donate those, that would be awesome. Wipes are used in many spots but especially with wiping down rocks before play. Your donation of Chlorox wipes can be brought to the Manager.

Teaming Up to Rock the Roof – in support of our fundraising drive to raise funds to make much-needed repairs to our roof, a donation can be made by credit card at Sport4Ontario.ca. A tax receipt will be issued immediately and sent by email.

Community Partners

Northern Ontario Curling Association

Town of Fort Frances

Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce

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