Valentine Bonspiel sees 24 teams compete

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Twenty-four teams competed in the 2011 Valentine Bonspiel, hosted by the Creston Curling Club from Feb. 11-13.

(Top, from right) Sandy Thompson, representing the Creston and District Credit Union, awarded the A event winners, Creston skip Laurie Heald, third Carrie Czar, second Judy Toyota and lead Joan O’Connor.

(Second from top, from right) Carrie Macaulay, representing Macaulay Forestry Ltd., awarded the B event winners from Kimberley, skip Mary Chakowski, third Debbie Blais, second Dori Shearer and lead Sheila Lucas.

(Third from top, from right) Dale Moberg, representing Pyramid Building Supplies, awarded the C event winners from Creston, skip Cathy Robinson, third Kim Harding, second Theresa Chopko and lead Doreen Ralston.

(Bottom, from right) Judy Wilson, representing the Columbia Brewery, awarded the D event winners from Creston, skip Sylvia Main, third Bev Pommier, second Ani McDowell and lead Kelly Main.

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