2016 Ladies Bonspiel

| January 26, 2016

The Junior Curlers team was highlight of the ladies curling bonspiel, all girls are in grade eight: L-R: Elaina Adamson, Codi Peavoy, Sarah Norman and Faith MacKay. Sponsored by Northwest Trucking, the young ladies won second in the C event.

It was a fun weekend and great curling games, at the Fox Creek Curling Club for the annual Ladies Bonspiel, Jan. 22-24th.

There were 9 teams, eight local teams and one team from Valleyview, plus a local junior curler team who participated.

Organized by Chris Harvey, this year’s theme was Comic Con. Games and prizes were awarded Saturday evening, with Kim Norman’s Comic Girls team winning best dressed costumes.

Comic Con Girls winning best dressed at the ladies curling spiel: L-R Cori Slocum, Kim Norman, Jody Davidson and Erin Robinson. Photo submitted.

The best dressed team was a toss of a coin to break the tie versus Elaine Muceniek’s team, dressed up like Charlie Brown and crew.

The event was another success, thanks to the support of curlers, businesses and volunteers.


A Event winners: L-R: Liz Mostowich, April Hecht, Robyn Ewert and Skip, Sarah DeCiccio from Fox Creek. They won 10-6 vs Elaine Muceniek’s Valleyview team.

A Event winner:

1st – Sarah DeCiccio’s team

2nd – Elaine Muceniek’s team

B Event winners: Alliance Trucking, L-R: Diane Ahn, Angela Martineau, Diane Sather and Shelley McLaughlin. They won 10-5 vs Sam Burridge’s team.

B Event winner:

1st – Alliance Trucking/Diane Ahn’s team

2nd – ProFoxx /Sam Burridge’s team

C Event winners: L-R: Bonnie Williams, Darlene Jeanveau, Gina Manning and Katie Thompson. Photos by B. Camilleri

C Event winner:

1st – Bonnie Williams’ team

2nd – Junior Curlers team, Elaina Adamson, Codi Peavoy, Sarah Norman and Faith MacKay, sponsored by Northwest Trucking

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