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he Shot Rocks

The Shot Rocks Curling team has been operating in Kingston for 18 years and has athletes who compete in all levels of play. In order to join the curling team an athlete must be
comfortable being on the ice.
 
If you are interested in Curling, you will be practicing with your team to improve your skill and fitness levels every week.  You will also be able to participate in two Family Day events and an invitational bonspiel every year. 
  
If selected, athletes can compete in the Tankard Qualifier annually. This is a provincial level competition. In 2016, The Shot Rocks “B” Team won the Tankard for their level. On a 3 year rotation, there are qualifiers for Provincial and National Games that athletes strive for.  

Registration for Curling takes place during Winter Sports Registration in September. If you wish to begin once the season has begun please contact the coach to see if there is available space on the team.

The Shot Rocks would be very pleased to welcome new athletes to their team!

Practices

Garrison Golf and Curling Club, CFB Kingston, Kingston, ON
October - March
Sundays: 1200 PM to 2:30 PM
Coach: Bill McCormick email: billmccormick@live.ca phone: (613) 353-6923
Manager: Judy Secker email:  seckerjo@kingston.net

Here are the final results for the Special Olympics Ontario - Kingston Curling athletes who returned in early February from Sault Ste. Marie Provincial Winter Games!  We now wait to hear whether some will get to move on to the National Games to be held in Thunder Bay in February 2020 


GOLD for the Kingston Shot Rocks!!!
Team members: Bill Amey, Ron Kiley, Yvon Cloutier, Kevin Beauregard, Brian Secker
*** Coaches - Bernadette Myslyki, Bill McCormick


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Supporters
Knights of Columbus
Dale Tuepah (right) and Michael Mombourquette (left) of The Knights of Columbus St. Paul the Apostle council 9652 dropped into Garrison Golf & Curling Club on Sunday February 10th, to ask our curling athletes to sign their flag which will be used at a Special Olympic Ontario event later this year. Our visitors met with the athletes and coaches who gave insights into the training and competition activities of the Shot Rocks. The Knights in turn offered lots of encouragement to all to continue with the dedicated work they saw. Special Olympics Ontario - Kingston are so appreciative that this great organization continues to support our local community of athletes and volunteers.

Al Davis

Al has been a friend and supporter of The Shot Rocks for many years.

Each year he holds a curling spiel during the season and donates the money raised to the Shot Rocks curling program.

To have an individual like Al in your corner fantastic. All season he asks how all the athletes are doing, he watches them compete and encourages them after their performance.

He takes the time to talk to the athletes and is always encouraging them on their ability.

We are looking forward to our curlers challenging his team to games this season

Al thank you for all your continued support!