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Greetings from the Minot Curling Club.
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'A' Division Club Champions 2016

'B' Division Club Champions 2016

'C' Division Club Champions 2016
2015 Club Champions
Adam Nathan Rink

2015 Club Champions


2014 Club Champions
Jerry Gooch “Gookie”-Skip, Jay Hight, Dean Eman, Joey Schaan, and Steve Schaan.
2014 City Champions "Morelli Distributing" Team

8-ender Oct 31, 2010 - Bismarck Early Bird

Craig Nathan, Roger Smith, and Dave Jensen


Just a few reminders......
Please make sure you bring along some clean shoes to use on the ice. 
If you can come to the club a little early, please help out with ice care and maintenance.
With the extra snow, parking may be a problem.  It is okay to park with your car- or at least two wheels up on the curb to make more room for cars to pass by.  We may need to clear an area for parking up on the grass area around the club.
If you cannot make it to curl, make sure you alert your team and the opponents well in advance.  If you have a bye,  stop down anyway and fill in on a team that might be short that week.  We will also have an "extras" list to add your name when you get there.
The club room and bar is for your convenience.  Please make sure you are helping with our "honor system" and take care of your drinks and snacks.  We also have frozen pizzas available if you need a bite  before or after the games.
Don't forget to pay your dues and arrange for a team sponsor if you can.
See you at the rink!

2009 Club Champions Photo Link

Congratulations to the
Minot Curling Club
Precision Marching Team!
The first place trophy of the 2008 Minot Downtown Merchants Doo Dah Parade was awarded to the entry from the Curling Club. The team consisted of Sergeant Jerry Gooch and Privates Ron Anderson, Jon Bauer, Thom Schmid, and Scott Schmidt.

Old News

A team comprised of Ron Anderson, Carmen Erickson, Bob Walstad and ex-Minoters Roger Hartgrove and Jim "Kingfish" King won the second event at the United States Senior Championships  held in Bemidji, Minnesota. The team reeled off  four straight wins on the brilliant shotmaking of Walstad and Erickson and the machine-like sweeping of  Hartgrove and the Kingfish. Stellar shot calling by the veteran Anderson made this unit invincible as they mowed down the competition and amazed the spectators. Men were crying and women were fainting as they viewed the carnage left by this well oiled unit of precision and perfection. The only thing that could  stop them and did stop them was the end of the bonspiel. As the team left town and the Bemidji Curling Club lay in smoke and ruin, one of their competitors was heard to say, "Who the hell were those guys?"