Loggers get ready to curl

The Terrace Curling Association is getting ready to host its 56th annual Men's Loggers Bonspiel at the Terrace Curling Club March 25-27.

  • Mar. 12, 2011 10:00 a.m.

The Terrace Curling Association is getting ready to host its 56th annual Men’s Loggers Bonspiel at the Terrace Curling Club  March 25-27.

Games will start at 7 p.m. Friday and run until 2 p. m. Sunday when the final draws for all four events will take place.

Saturday’s activities will include the Ford Hot Shots competition and mug up, as well as a steak banquet and DJ.

Entry fee for the event is $300, and there will be more than $10,000 in prizes to be won by the top four teams in the four events.

Interested curlers can contact the Terrace Curling Club at 250-635-5583.

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