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Dean Gemmell (center) presented the Katie Beck Memorial Awards at the GNCC Summer Junior Curling Camp held at the Bucks County Curling Club. Recipients were (l-r) Daniel Laufer, Anna McElroy, and Andrew Gittis.

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weekend at the Bucks County Curling Club in Warminster, Pa. Led by 2012 U.S. Men’s National Champion Dean Gemmell, instructors included 2010 Olympic Gold Medalist John Morris, USA Curling High Performance Program Coach Jake Higgs, 2012 U.S. Men’s National Champion Bill Stopera, renowned junior coach Wayne Ander- son of Philadelphia, and New Jersey Junior Pro- gram Leader Ivo Petrov. Kelley Gittis organized and prepared all the food throughout the week- end, and the camp would not have been possible


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new members and new horizons. Te deaf com- munity fits nicely into this growth opportunity. We have members who have paved the way for growth. We need to spread the word in our clubs and share the opportunity wherever we can. Do you know if there are deaf or hard of hear- ing curlers in your club? Is there an opportunity for your club to reach out to this community of athletes? We need to find a way to help our deaf curlers

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he Grand National Curling Club of America region (GNCC) hosted a suc- cessful junior camp over Labor Day

without the support and assistance of many of the parents. Junior curlers from the ages of 10 to 20 partici-

pated in the camp, which included on-ice techni- cal training, classroom sessions, coached game play, and fitness sessions. It was a great group of enthusiastic kids, Gemmell said. At the end of the camp, Katie Beck Memorial

Awards were presented. Te winners of giſt cer- tificates from Brooms Up Curling Supplies were as follows: Most Improved – Anna McElroy Best Attitude – Andrew Gittis MVP – Daniel Laufer

Edward Berberich Jr., Plainfield Curling Club Kieran Chapman, South Shore Curling Club Laura Corkery, South Shore Curling Club Cara Colburn, Traverse City Curling Club Justin Donaldson, Dallas-Ft. Worth CC Allison Goldberg, Nutmeg Curling Club Robert Handler, Copper Country Curling Club Evan Hewes, Milwaukee Curling Club Bret Jackson, Detroit Curling Club Kristine Klinkhammer, Evergreen Curling Club Cathy Kromer, St. Louis Curling Club Emma Rau, Columbus Curling Club Chris Rudahl, Stevens Point Curling Club Edward Scimia, Nutmeg Curling Club Gary Soderlund, Ocean State Curling Club Ruth Taylor, Four Seasons Curling Club Mark Tolvstad, Aberdeen Curling Club Mark Wilson, Cape Cod Curling Club Gregg Wolff, Philadelphia Curling Club Level II Instructor

John Paccione, Long Island Curling Club Matthew Scheiner, Ardsley Curling Club Kelsey Schuder, Nutmeg Curling Club Margaret Will, Evergreen Curling Club Level I Official

Lon Peper, Cedar Rapids Curling Club Level II Official

Lon Peper, Cedar Rapids Curling Club Ryan Smith, Palmetto Curling Club

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