Legion to host bonspiel

Royal Canadian Legion branch 281 to host bonspiel at Broughton Curling Club.

PORT McNEILL—Royal Canadian Legion branch 281 will roll out the welcome mat to fellow members next week when it hosts the BC-Yukon Command Legion Curling Playdowns at Broughton Curling Club.

The event, secured by the local branch last year, will take place Feb. 1-3, starting with a parade of teams Friday at 9 a.m.

Three draws will be played both Friday and Saturday, and playoffs will commence Sunday, Feb. 3, at 9:30 a.m.

Following the playoffs, a final parade of teams will be followed by an awards presentation and the closing ceremonies.

The event is open to the public with no admission charge, and the lounge and concession will be open throughout the weekend.

 

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