2013 KC Bonspiel Teams

Teams currently being sorted out and somewhat in flux.

 3 Toonies and 1 Loonie
Kansas City (MO)
Ian Wolfe
Lucie Vaillancourt
John Taylor
Ted Brown
5:00pm first draw
 3 Timer and the Scrubs
Madison (WI) / DFW (TX) / Kansas City (MO) 
Debbie McCormick (WI)
Sean Chastain (TX)
Matt Mayfield (MO)
Chris Hutchings (MO)
9:30pm first draw
  Arctic Growlers
Oklahoma (OK)
Jeremy Witzke
Kevin Hull
Kristy Witzke
Joe Harlin
7:15pm first draw
 •  Brisket is Better
Houston (TX) / Park City (UT) / Kansas City (MO)
David Franklin (TX)
Dave Stigant (TX)
Steven Butler (UT)
Nate Clevenger (MO)
9:30pm first draw
 Burnt Ends
  Kansas City (MO)
James Makkyla
Mike Church
Doug Hill
Darin Traff
9:30pm first draw
Caution: DFWCC Ahead
Dallas Fort Worth (TX)
Steven Walton
David Chang
Chris Alt
Bill Sadoo
 9:30pm first draw
 ◊  Curling Hogs
Rolla (MO) / St Louis (IL) / Springdale (AR)
Dave Arnold (MO)
Steven Young (IL)
Bruce Futterer (AR)
Joe Futterer (AR)
5:00pm first draw
 Dakota Cubs
Dakota (MN) / St. Paul (MN)
Ryan Claussen
Tom Berg
Craig Creeger, St. Paul
Matt Heile
7:15pm first draw
  DJ's
Kansas City (MO)
Dan White
Dave Huyett
Jeff Miles
Jeff Grobe
7:15pm first draw
 Hammer Hogs
Cedar Rapids (IA)
Murray Marple
Martha Marple
Max Marple
Mackenzie Marple
7:15pm first draw
  Hammer Time
Kansas City (MO)
Kristen Regehr
Julie Stengle
Derrick Mahoney
Mary Miller
7:15pm first draw
  I Swept With Your Wife
Wauwatosa (WI)
Neil Freund
Paul Fischer
Rebecca Nguyen
Tiff Reilly
5:00pm first draw
 Jackman 4
Kansas City (MO)
Bill Stafford
Kathleen Stafford
Laura Baker Jackman
Adam Jackmna
7:15pm first draw
 TWAIN Crew
Omaha (NE)
David Steinhauser
Randy Kruger
Doug Moore
Matt English
9:30pm first draw
 Petersham
Petersham (MA) /Kansas City (MO)
Matthew Roy (MA)
Stacy Potts (MA)
Jeff Keal (MO)
Joe Ketcherside (MO)
 7:15pm first draw
 Rectal Raincoats
Mayfield (OH) / Fort Wayne (IN) / Columbus (OH)
Julia DiBaggio (OH)
Tom Israel (IN)
Eric Johnson (OH)
Patrick Weitekamp (MO)
5:00pm first draw
 Shorting Kansas City
Kansas City (MO)
Brian Foree
Stacy Foree
Mike Erin
Rob Mikaloff
7:15pm first draw
  Sooner Curling Club
Oklahoma (OK)
Tyler Jones
Dylan Smith
Jason Troy
*Unknown*
5:00pm first draw
 Sweep and Spicy
Utica (NY) /Kansas City (MO)
Jessica MacIntosh (NY)
Sarah Wruck (MO)
Heidi Matthews (MO)
Anne Barthel (MO)
5:00pm first draw
  Sweeping Penguins
Kansas City (MO)
Chris Nazar
Don Baker
Kyle Baker
Eddie Wiegers
7:15pm first draw
 ☐ Team Wing Roulette
Wauwatosa (WI) 
Matthew Majewski
Bill Christensen
Dawn Majewski
Fran Cook
5:00pm first draw
 The Shady Beave's
Shady Thicket / Wauwatosa 
Sharon Misnache
Harry Peratesstees
Oliver Azzfelt
Ophelia Johnson
Anita Kumm
5:00pm first draw
 The Sheeters Full
Wauwatosa (WI)
Casey Clark
Tracey Clark
Steve Greasby
Beau Moore 
 7:15pm first draw
 Trae's Amigos
 Oklahoma (OK)
Jonathan Havercroft
Rusty Fees
Mark Ngo
Ryan McGhee
9:30pm first draw

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Why Build?  You have a club.

While curling on "Figure Skating/Hockey  Ice" helps us maintain and grow interest in Kansas City.  Any curler who has played  on  ice dedicated just for curling will quickly appreciate the many advantages in addition to the 3 very important critaria  list here.

  • 24/7 ice for leagues, bonspiels, regional and national competitions, lesson times, practice times, and corporate outings,  rather then 3 hours we rent a week on late Saturday or early Sunday in the winter.  Getting ice during the week has been next to impossible.
  • greater flexibility to offer cheaper rates and more time for such things as youth programs, daytime curling, longer league times.  Currently, we  renting ice at $250 per hour.  Normal clubs curl typ. 2 hours while we curl 1.5 hours to manage costs.
  • better ice - Our  current ice is fine for playing but a dedicated curling rink is the difference between playing baseball on a highly manicure Royals Kaufman stadium field vs an ordinary  field you just mowed the grass to allow for play. ie the ball has a higher predicable path each time it contacts the field.

Who we are?

Having maintained a club nearly 10 Years (2003),  Our Club is renewing its effort to bring dedicated curling ice to the Midwest and be the first dedicated ice curling club in our region.

  • All Volunteer 501(c)3  Not-for-Profit Organization .
  • Currently Average 45-75 curlers a year in 2 leagues during our winter season on a Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
  • Community reached of 200 people ( contact us and participate in club activities) in 2009,  800+ in 2010 (olympic year-could have been more but ice time was limited) 330 in 2011, and 280 in 2012
  • 2600 overall participants and interested parties in our database.
  • Have a yearly bonspiel of 18-28 teams where more than half are from out of town.
  • We are seeking to become a much larger club of 300-600 members on 3-5 curling sheets.
  • Regionally,  There are clubs in Omaha, Drake University (Iowa), St. Louis(MO), Springdale (AK),  Tulsa (OK), Oklahoma City (OK), Dallas (TX), Houston (TX),  Austin (TX), and Denver (CO)  All curl on the same type of ice.  So providing ice like this would be helpful for our region.  Map of Curling Club in the US

 

So How do we get there?

Curling Basics - All  curling club with dedicated ice have some form of these essential areas. 

  • The Ice Shed (A single large room that contains all curling sheets and can be kept cold to just above 32 degrees)
  • The Warm Area (  Heated space containing a Viewing Area , Table/Dining (Social), Kitchen, Restrooms, Lockers, Office, Storage) 
  • The Ice Plant (Mechanical and long term storage for equipment)  An area close to the rink for Interior/ Exterior equipment.

Curling  Facts:  The following facts create challenges and unique opportunities for other agencies or group that can cooincide with us

  • Typical clubs Operate from the beginning of October to the end of March.   Few offer year round play though more are offering  extended play by a month or two to meet demand. (usually centered around Olympic years.)  This mean the 4-6 months out of the year the facility is open to alternative uses.
  • Curlings  long history in the US ( 1880's)  and an even longer history in Scotland (1580's) show curling club in northern locations that can support outdoor ice in the winter months.  Modern advances have found economical ways to operate artifical indoor ice in warmer climates since outside of Columbus Curling Club, the Chesapeake Curing Club and the Potomac Curling Club,  We will be one of furthest southern curling club in the US.  Therefore any structure  undertook should include  a well build,  insulated ice shed to help maintain an efficient low cost system.
  • The majority of clubs in the US are 2-3 curling sheets, though 4-5 sheets have more flexibility and revenue potential at not much more cost in construction.  Some clubs are little more than glorified barns, some have partnered with other businesses (ice shed have been used for golf course storage and charging, in community centers, hall rentals, ) or government departments, some rent space, and a few build new buildings.  Larger club may have a few paid staff members but in the large part the club depends on it dedicate membership and board to run.
  • Each Sheet is roughly 14'-2 to 16'-5 wide and 142' to 152' long.  Separating the outside sheet from the outside wall by min. 3 feet is preferred to avoid a dip in the ice due to latent heat generated by the outside wall  Sheets can be divided  to allow existing column spacing (ie 30-35 on spans) 
  • Normal Ceiling Height is all that is needed since stone typically stay on the ice.   Though a higher ceiling could be made for summer activities like basketball, volleyball, tennis. etc.
  • Ice Making - piping below the rink  can be placed within the floor (concrete, sand or  loose fill) or laid on top in either a temporary or permanent installation.  Existing floors may require topping of sand or concrete to level floor since a level floor is essential for low operating costs.
  • Assuming a minimum of amenities each sheet represents about 3500 sq.ft needed for all the activities of curling including warm room and mechanical.
  • The Ice Shed typically is a windowless room which help maintain temperature and  humidity fluctuations. Giving higher priority in maintaining quality ice.  This means the club can be located in a basement, parking garage or less desirable space.  However if windows are important for the alternative use.  they should be designed so they can be covered in an insulated way to avoid unwanted air movement , radiant heat or direct sunlight.
  • Warm Rooms usuallyl have a large window overlooking the rink.  As for the extent of the Warm Room, the extend is typically limited by the budget, ultimately, it should be inviting to keep people around before and after their match and can be a source of additional revenue to the club.
  • Parking -  Since only 8 people can play on one sheet.  16 spot per sheet should handle the majority of parking at the facility.  with only a few weekend bonpsiel requiring some additional  spots due to greater activity at the club at one time.

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Powerpoint  Link to powerpoint presentation.

 

Local examples of possible curling club locations

These video examples are not in the works nor negotiated with the potential parties involved,  but simply provided as an exercise of how a curling club  might provide a richer experience when combined with established locations and activities.  Hopefully they will inspire you enough to contact us and let us know your plans and how we might make a better fit in your neighborhood.


Warehouse (Rent/Buy/Build)

The lowest upfront cost way of starting a curling club is Renting a warehouse.  Rather than the ice system placed in concrete.  Sand can be used to level the floor upon which insulation and the roll out matt piping system can be placed on the floor.  This method would preclude the use of the Ice Shed during the  off season.  A member in the club had offered at one time the potential to expand on his existing warehouse so this design is new construction but any warehouse with the proper column spacing and length can be considered.   Warehouses offer low rent that will be challenging for a new and growing club but once established  can be achieved despite the fact that the space will not be used more than 6 or 8 month our of a year.

Relevant Example:  Columbus Curling Club (2008) (Website) (Construction Photos) (Location Map) rents space and build just enough to get started. and has added more each year.  Evergreen Curling club (2012) (Website) (Construction Blog) (Location Map)


Line Creek Community Center (has an Ice Rink and where we currently curl at.)

Line creek was designed as a summer pool use facility and 11 month  ice facility.  The pools however was closed due to low revenue and budget cuts.  With ice at a premium in the winter  The thought is to  remove the pool and open up more time on the one hockey rink by adding a practice rink primarily for figure skating and 2,3,or 4 curling sheets.  Curling doesn't require a Zamboni but can share the retrofitted, upgrade compressor for making the ice.  The reality is curling doesn't require another ice rink,  Compressor demands are less for curling and providing their own  is typical.    Any community center seeking a large summer space from April to September could benefit from adding a curling club to their facility.

Relevant Examples: 


Crown Center Pavillion

With the Crown Center Skating rink in the winter, adding a covered pavilion that can be opened up in the summer (Friday night concerts, Octoberfest) and closed up in the winter would make a unique experience to the sport of curling and Crown Centers outdoor events in the summer.  Sliding Windows and be open for the public and closed for private parties  The site is a tight fit so the warm room typically locate a the end of the rink was place on the  side to help reducing its overall length to 150-155''.


Relevant Examples: 

  • Duluth Curling Club (Website)(Ice Shed Photo)(Location Map) is location in Pioneer Hall of the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center.  Has 8 sheet of ice from Nov. to March and doubles as additional convention space in the summer.
  • Madison Curling Club (Website)(Location Map)  this 6 sheet  club is available off season for wedding receptions, class reunions, graduation, anniversary and birthday parties. The clubroom may be rented separately for business meetings, corporate team building outings, and banquets
  • Aksarben Curling Club was in a cattle building on the county fairgrounds.  Large Temporary Walls were put up each year within  the facility and the floor was painted and cleaned to allow for 2 sheets of curling.   Aksarben unfortunately, sold off the fairground the land and the curling club is seeking a new home.

Overland Park Soccer Complex

The soccer complex is quite the vast complex but offers little in  cover space for large groups of people.  The curling facility in the months of April to September could offer protection from weather,  a sign up, registration, staging area,  mess hall or rental for whatever the soccer or governing body needed, whatever the feel appropriate.  Fit snugly between the adjacent parking and a soccer field outer boundry, this clubs impact would be minimal in parking during it months of operation as outlined in the shadded blue areas.

Relevant Example: Wausau Curling Club,  (Website)( Location Map) nearing the end of their fundraising campaign,  this 8 sheet club will begin construction in the 2012. and is being thought of as an anchor within a future soccer complex.


Antioch Park

This design is center around using public land and an  existing parking.  Relocating a basketball court either inside the facility and replacing the deteriorating restrooms.  The Curling Club would operate the facility primarily from October to March while the parks department could rent out the various spaces (media room, warm room, ice shed (Athletic courts)  Antioch park is know a place for  Weddings  and summer camps.  The area in the corner of the park entertains sporting activities including shuffleboard and tennis  All  who could benefit from the use of  the building. 

Relevant Example:  Midland Curling Club, Michigan (Website Construction) (Location Map).  Built in 2008, this club opporates on County land and coordinate activities with the Midland Community Center.  Though is a seperate building on their campus.


Brookside Tennis Courts

Like Antioch, this is also public land,  Unfortunately this site is  too tight to offer but a bare bones club if that.  It would require a varience since the setback on brookside is also less than that on adjacent setbacks.  However it does provide a covered tennis court during the summer and potential space for the annual brookside art festival, a gym space for the neighboring shool and rental space for the neighborhood or business.

 

Other Clubs Looking ahead

 

Denver Curling Club  -  Fundraising/Building Campaign

Lone Star Curling Club (Austin, TX)  - Buidling Campaign

Pittsburgh Curling Club - Building Committee

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Line Creek Community Center Ice Arena

 Line Creek Community Center Banner

The Line Creek Community Center is a 34,000 square-foot family recreation center located in the friendly confines of Line Creek Park surrounded by woods and bordered by Line Creek. To the south of the center are two baseball diamonds and a soccer field. To the north is the ever popular KC Northern railroad. The center and ice arena are located off I-29 and Waukomis Drive.


Address: 5940 N.W. Waukomis Drive, Kansas City, MO 64151 Phone: 816-513-0760 Fax: 816-505-1521
Building Hours
Monday through Friday,
7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Saturday, 7 a.m.to 7p.m.
Sunday, 7 a.m. to 10p.m.

Public Skate Times
Varies per day and week.


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Cost:
$5 admission,
$2 skate rental
Our Ice Rink Activities
a schedule for all freestyle, public
skating, youth and adult hockey
times.
a schedule for all freestyle, public
skating, youth and adult hockey times.


 


 Also check out these organizations that operate @ Line Creek.  Watch or Join.

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Just come out and
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all ages and
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Just come out and
have fun speed skating
 

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winning teamOnce inside our facility you will be able to enjoy:

  • Ice skating on a 185' x 85' sheet of ice
  • Meeting room space
  • Locker rooms
  • Fitness center with a stair master, treadmills, stationary bicycles
  • and a weight machine
  • Classroom space

Like to become a volunteer at the coolest place in town?

Do you like to skate? Would you like to be surrounded by some of the finest people in all of Kansas City? If so, talk to us. We would be happy to talk to you about the challenges and rewards of becoming a Line Creek volunteer.

We are always in need of qualified people to help out behind the counter passing out skates, helping out in the concession stand or even patrolling the ice in search of those in need of assistance. We also need party hosts and hostesses! If you are interested talk to one of our staff members about signing up for our volunteer corps. We will take persons interested 15 years and up. Qualified volunteers must have their own transportation, be willing to attend a drug awareness program and submit to a drug test.

 


Disability icon The City of Kansas City, Mo. Parks and Recreation Department facilities and programs are available to people of all abilities.  If accommodations or individuated supports are needed to participate, please contact Carrie Randle, Inclusion Facilitator, at 816-513-0730.

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So you want to try to curl......

Come to our annual Open House in October. -  learn to slide a stone

Take a Learn to Curl class offered througout the year. - a more comprehnsive focus on the basic better prepare you game play. This is a one time visit offered at various times and posted within a few weeks they are offered.

Play a match offered anytime ice is provided during league play - Ideal for those who cannot commit to a weekly league.  

Join a league -  We recommend to all, since you will get a better understanding of this complex game than i one time visit.

When you join us, you will find that curling is more challenging than it looks (though with time and patiance, most anyone can become good at it).  You will be sore in places you didn't know who had. (Curling is great for those who need to strengthen their lower body and core)  Sweeping can be quite arobic and exhausting (for those who give it their all).  For your brain, you will pick up alot of the nuouses the more you play,  as well as develop a sound strategy to shot selection (experience can really help)  But most importantly,   curling is nice social group.  (shaking hands, wishing them a good game, and commisorating over our favorite beverage afterwards)

The nice thing about curling is that it requires nothing other than what most people already own.  (Rubber soled shoes, and layered loose fitted clothes)

We Typically offer 2 times in the Winter month (October - April)  breaking it into 3 six week league in our 20 week winter season,   In 2011,  we curled Saturday Evening 7:00p-8:30p  and Sunday Morning 9:15a-10:45a and average roughly 14 teams total.   offer one session in the summer (June-July).  We also have a yearly Bonspeil (Weekend Competition) in August and a Free Open House in early October.

Though the reality is we will add more time should the interest be there so feel free to join our email noticafation list to learn more as we add programs.

Do I need a team?
No, the majority of signee are individuals, though we do have partial and full teams signup.

Is there a beginner program?   How old do I need to be?
Our club combines everyone,  young/old,  male/female, experienced/beginner.  There is no better way to learn than with those who know how to play.  The more you do it the better you get and eventually, it will be your turn to show the next beginner.

Can I practice?
Maybe,  We only offer two sessions in the winter and one in the summer.  So if a session has one of it 5 sheet available  then you can.  But the reality is you learn more from playing.  It takes time.

Can anyone play?
Curling is an ice sport, and like anysport there is some degree of risk.  Curler come in many sizes and shapes, typically starting around 10 (need to be big enough to slide 40lbs of rock) and playing the rest of their life.  We have had wheelchair curler play with us recently.  Curling is physical, so one should be fit,  ailments like bad backs, knees, ankles have kept people from curling but we do have a stick device for delivaring the stone should that person not want to slide with the rock.  In the end, it is up to you.

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The official bracket will be kept at the rink and updated on the spot. We will try to update this bracket as time allows and record that which is posted on the official bracket.

First Event

Dakota Cubs
Fri. 9:30pm Sheet D
   
Third Coast Curlers
Men Without Shame
L-B5
 
Dakota Cubs
Fri. 5:00pm Sheet C
Sat. 12:30pm Sheet A
Best of Breed
L-B13
 
Third Coast Curlers
L-C5
 
N'Oh Henry
L-C6
Sat. 8:00am Sheet H
 
Dazed and Confused
L-B12
 
N'Oh Henry
 
Fri. 5:00pm Sheet D
 
 N'Oh Henry
 
 
N'Oh Henry
Sat. 8:30p Sheet B
Equipe Familiprix
 
 
Equipe Familiprix
Fri. 5:00pm Sheet H
 
L-E2
 Bazinga
L-B11
 
  Equipe Familiprix
 
 
Sat. 8:00am Sheet B
 
 
A Stone's Throw Away
L-B10
 
  Spot On
L-C4
 
 
Fri. 7:15pm Sheet A
 
 
 
 Spot On
 
 
  Equipe Familiprix
L-out
 
Sat. 3:15pm Sheet C
 
Tendericers
 
 
  Tendericers
 
Fri. 7:15pm Sheet B
 
 
 Housewreckers
L-B9
 
  Tendericers
L-C3
 A1
  N'Oh Henry
Sat. 10:15a Sheet D
N'Oh Henry 
Sun 10:45am
Tankard
L-B8
 
  Tankard
 1st Event Winner  A2
  Broomstackers
Fri. 7:15pm Sheet C
 
Desert Dwellers
 
 Bonsquealers
 
Fri. 7:15pm Sheet D
 
Trae's Amigo's
L-B7
 
  Bonsquealers
 Bronze Medal Winner E1
  Equipe Familiprix
Sat. 10:15a Sheet A
Bonsquealers
Sun. 10:45am
Flying off the handle
L-B6
 
  Flying off the handle
L-C2
E2
  Bonsquealers
Fri. 7:15pm Sheet H
 
 
Iron Range Brisket
 
 
  Bonsquealers
 
Sat. 3:15pm Sheet D
 
Texas Brew Crew
 
 
 Texas Brew Crew
L-out
 
Fri. 9:30pm Sheet A
 
 
 
Southwestern Penguins
L-B4
 
 Texas Brew Crew
L-C1
 
 
Sat. 10:15a Sheet C
 
L-E2
Shaken not Stirred
L-B1
 
 Gully Towners
 
 
  Bonsquealers
Fri. 9:30pm Sheet B
Sat. 8:30pm Sheet H
Gully Towners
Furious George's Curling Commandos
 
 
  Broomstackers
Fri. 9:30pm Sheet C
 
Broomstackers
L-B3
 
  Broomstackers
L-C7
Sat. 12:30pm Sheet D
FIRE on ICE
L-B2
 
 FIRE on ICE
Fri. 9:30pm Sheet H
NUMPTIES
L-E2

2nd Event

B13
  Best of Breed
Sat. 12:30pm Sheet B
B11
  Bazinga
B12
  Dazed and Confused
L-D7
 
  Dazed and Confused
Sat. 8:00am Sheet C
Sat. 5:30pm Sheet A
B10
  A Stone's Throw Away
L-D1
 
  Bazinga
L-out
 
  Desert Dwellers
L-out
Sat. 12:30pm Sheet H
 
B9
  Housewreckers
L-D2
 
  Desert Dwellers
 
Sat. 8:00am Sheet D
 
B8
  Desert Dwellers
 
 
  Dazed and Confused
Dazed and Confused 
Sun. 10:45am
B7
  Trae's Amigo's
 2nd Event Winner
 
 
 Furious George's Curling Commandos
Sat. 8:00am Sheet A
 
B6
  Iron Range Brisket
L-D3
 
  Trae's Amigo's
 
Sat. 3:15pm Sheet B
 
B5
  Men Without Shame
L-D4
 
 Southwestern Penguins
L-out
 
Sat. 10:15am Sheet H
 
 
B4
 Southwestern Penguins
 
 
 Southwestern Penguins
L-out
Sat. 8:30pm Sheet C
B3
 Furious George's Curling Commando
 
 
 Furious George's Curling Commandos
Sat. 10:15am Sheet B
 
B2
  NUMPTIES
L-D5
 
 Furious George's Curling Commandos
L-D6
Sat. 3:15p Sheet H
 B1
 Shaken not Stirred
L-E2

3rd Event

C7
 FIRE on ICE
Sat. 5:30pm Sheet B
C6
 Dakota Cubs
L-out
 
 Dakota Cubs
Sun. 8:00am Sheet C
C5
  Third Coast Curlers
L-out
 
  Spot On
L-out
Sat. 3:15pm Sheet A
 
C4
  Spot On
 
 
 Dakota Cubs
Sun. 10:45am
Gully Towners 
C3
  Tankard
 
 
 Gully Towners
3rd Event Winner
Sat. 5:30pm Sheet H
 
C2
  Flying off the handle
L-out
 
Flying off the handle 
L-out
Sun. 8:00am Sheet B
C1 
 Gully Towners
L-E2

4th Event

D7
Best of Breed
Sat. 8:30pm Sheet D
D6
 Shaken not Stirred
L-out
 
 Shaken not Stirred
Sun. 8:00am Sheet H
D5
  NUMPTIES
L-out
 
  Men Without Shame
L-out
Sat. 5:30pm Sheet D
 
D4
  Men Without Shame
 
 
 Shaken not Stirred
Sun. 10:45am
Shaken not Stirred 
D3
  Iron Range Brisket
 
 
  Iron Range Brisket
4th Event Winner
Sat. 5:30pm Sheet C
 
D2
  Housewreckers
L-out
 
  Iron Range Brisket
L-out
Sun. 8:00am Sheet A
D1
  A Stone's Throw Away
L-E2

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Bonspiel Teams

Teams currently being sorted out and somewhat is flux.

A Stone's Throw Away
Broadmoor (CO)
Jean Otto
Paula Bloom
Georgette Trachta
Cathy Wison (KC)
 Bazinga
Kansas City (MO)
Doug Owens
Rebecca Owens
Chris Baker
Eddie Wiegers
  Best of Breed
Geraldton / Kansas City
Jon Nelson
Jeff Keal
Patrick Weitekamp
Dave Barker , (ON, CAN)
Bonsquealers
Plainfield (NJ)
Dean Roth
John Pantina
Mark Hoppe
Seanna Miller
 Broomstackers
Kansas City / Iowa
Martha Marple , IA
Murray Marple, IA
Laura Jackman, KC
Adam Jackman, KC
Dakota Cubs
Dakota (MN)
Ryan Claussen
Tom Berg
Shawn Slane
Matt Heile
Dazed and Confused
Denver(CO), Aksarben(NB) St. Louis(IL)
Brett Davis ,(CO)
David Suhr ,(CO)
Nick Davis, (NB)
Keefe Davis, (IL)
Desert Dwellers
Coyote (AZ)
Tracey Drummond
Jeff Baird
Cassis Matras
Greg Gallagher
Equipe Familiprix
Bedford,Quebec,Canada
Pierre Marziali
Diane Giroux
Jacques Marziali
Anne-Marie Marziali
  FIRE on ICE
Kansas City (MO)
Derrick Mahoney
Mike Erin
Rob Mikaloff
Wayne Osborn
 Flying off the handle
Kansas City / Plainfield (NJ)
Doug Hill
Krupal Patel
Nicole Husch
Dave Arnold
Furious George's Curling Commandos
Frogtown (St.Paul, MN)
Aaron Walker
Dane Olson
Tracie Knapp
George Allendorph
  Gully Towners
Kansas City (MO)
Bill McBride
Matt Mayfield
Jeff Grobe
Matt Grobe
Housewreckers
Kansas City (MO)
Heidi Matthews
Mary Miller
Kristen Regehr
Sarah Wruck
Iron Range Brisket
Toronto, ON
Michael J. Kieffer
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    5940 NW Waukomis Drive,
    Kansas City, Missouri 64151

    Club Phone 816-806-1732
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    Club Fax 816-523-2345
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    18 West 59th Street
    Kansas City, Missouri 64113

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