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Bonspiel season opens

Broughton Curling Club kicks off the 2012-13 North Island curling bonspiel schedule.

PORT McNEILL—Broughton Curling Club will kick off the 2012-13 North Island curling bonspiel schedule tomorrow night when it hosts the second annual Bill Gurney Memorial Men’s Bonspiel.

Play will continue throughout the weekend, with finals scheduled for Sunday afternoon.

Concession and lounge will be open throughout and volunteers are welcome to assist with the bar, concession or with dinner and dessert for Saturday evening’s dinner. Sign up at the rink or visit Broughton Curling Club on Facebook.

 

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