TITLE: General Manager, Victoria Curling Club (VCC)
REPORTS TO: Board of Directors, VCC (formally); Executive Officers
SUPERVISING: Office Administration, Ice Technicians; Bar Staff; School Program Support Staff; VCC Program Support Volunteers
JOB SUMMARY: Primary responsibilities of this role are to manage the daily operations of the Victoria Curling Club (VCC) including promotion
of curling in the community, staffing of approved positions, and maintenance of club premises, ice quality, member services, league play,
promotion and attendance at club related social activities and special events, club finances, and direct and/or indirect responsibility for each
of the keyresponsibility areas listed below. The General Manager will operate independently, seeking approval and/or keeping the Board
informed asrequired and as warranted. The General Manager will ensure the club is operated within the annual operating budget, providing
an enjoyableexperience for members and visitors, reflecting the intent of the VCC Constitution and the ideals of friendly competition, program
developmentand community service.
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Congratulations to our VCC Junior Teams
On behalf of our club, I would like to congratulate our two junior teams for doing so well at the B.C. Provincial Junior Championships in New Westminster this past week.
Our women’s team of Mariah Coulombe (skip), Taylor Reese-Hansen (third), Jordan Koster (second), and Kirsten Zucche (lead) held their own and played extremely well in a strong field of B.C teams. Well done!
The junior’s men’s team also did VCC proud. Kyle Habkrirk (skip), Duncan Silversides (third), Ryan Cassidy (second) and Alex Horvath (lead) won silver after a great showing at the provincials.
On behalf of all of us at the Victoria Curling Club, I want to say thank you for giving it your best.
Board of Directors
Thank you to everyone who attended our “Special Membership” meeting on November 24. With the “Restricted Fund” motion now amended and passed, the Board can proceed with the necessary repairs to our roof and ceiling.
It has been a busy curling season so far and it is great to see so much activity at the club. All the leagues have been focused on delivering the best curling experience possible and the Board appreciates everyone’s positive efforts. The Board is planning a league representatives meeting very shortly to review our season to date. Please provide any feedback to your league executive.
The club is very pleased to be hosting two additional curling events this season. The B.C. Men’s Island Playdowns will be held at VCC on December 10 and 11th. There are a total of seven games to be played over the weekend, Saturday at 10.00am, 2.00pm and 6.00pm and Sunday at 10.00am and 2.00pm. Come out to see some fantastic curling.
The club is also proud to host the 2017 Friar Brier from March 6 to 10, 2017. Ministers of the cloth from across Canada will attend this annual national bonspiel. Let us show our guests a great time while they are visiting “God’s country”.
Thanks to everyone who has offered to volunteer at the Canadian Men’s and Women’s Juniors Championships, January 21-29 at Archie Browning Centre. It will be a great time and lets keep our fingers crossed that we will have a junior team representing VCC at the event.
Christmas is fast approaching and our pro shop is well stocked with many excellent gift ideas for the curlers in your family. Stop by or call the office for details on specials.
On behalf of the Board, Merry Christmas to all and enjoy the Holiday Season!
Board of Directors
Victoria will play host to 2017 Canadian Junior Men’s & Women’s Curling Championships at
Archie Browning Sports Centre on January 21st to 29th, 2017.
Come out to watch the best young curlers in the country compete for the National Junior’s Men’s
and Women’s Championships.
Draws will be held morning, afternoon and evenings on most days.
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The Board of Directors would like to thank our dozens of volunteers who make the
Victoria Curling Club the “Home of curling excellence on Vancouver Island”. From
our league representatives to our bonspiel co-ordinators to our special event
organizers, we could not do it without you. Volunteers rock!