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Our Volunteers: The Gull Lake & District Curling Rink Board

Gull Lake is fortunate to have many residents that volunteer their time to help make our community a better place to live.   Each month a group, organization, or committee will be featured in a post on the town website.  We will start 2015 with a post featuring the Gull Lake & District Curling Rink Board.

The Curling Rink Board is responsible for the upkeep, and staffing of the curling rink.  The Curling Rink is a four-sheet facility that is open from November to March.  Residents can take part in regular curling or play in one of the many bonspiels that are held at the rink.

Members of the Curling Rink Board are:

Kelsey Dutton
Rhonda Logan
Ryan Service
Dan McEachern
Mark Kettner
Travis Benjamin

The Town Council extends a big thanks to the Gull Lake & District Curling Rink  board members, staff, and volunteers (past & present) who help with the operation of the Gull Lake Curling Rink.

By Mayor Blake Campbell


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