Monthly Archives: August 2014

CSA Men’s and Ladies Singles, August, 2014

Hemet West Shuffleboard

                            Shufflers enjoy the Hemet West venue to pull off a successful mixed tournament.

From Aug. 4-6, 76 players put their expertise on the line to complete this event. Rosters were made up of 40 ladies and 36 men.

Using a repertoire of solid defensive strategies, a combined 16 men and women went about posting close scores in the Final Tournament game.

Numerous volunteers stepped forward to assure a successful tournament: Sharyn DiChiro and Lynda Goggin drew up the charts and Jay and Marolyn Davidson lent their support as ATMs. Again, the often relied upon George Hayes and Karla Winget supervised refereeing and scorekeeping. A board crew of Paul Epps and Ken Norrin attended to dressing and maintaining of the courts. A fine lunch, by Wini Mellor’s crew was available, in the hall.

Considerably funding went into door prizes. Nelda Lichtwald, again came up with several coupons from local business’s…

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Intense Preparations Are Underway in Midland, ON 33rd ISA

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Shufflers All; The Courts Went Down To-day!! 

The “Roll Outs” look good, very good!!  International Shufflers will remember the very good, and very similar, situation we had in Seattle for the 31st.  One significant difference;  in Midland we are located in the same arena; in fact, in one half of what we call in Canada, A Twin Pad Arena!!  For the record, this is “the other pad”, the larger of the two.  In 2007 we used the smaller of the two. If you look to the right, foreground, you will see the newly acquired Shuffleboard Trailer used to transport the OSA Shuffleboard Equipment.  The OSA (Ontario Shuffleboard Association) is supplying the courts and associated equipment at no cost to the CNSA.   A BIG THANK YOU TO THEM!!

The courts not only “went down to-day“; they were also nella sealed!! If you have helped in such a venture, you will know it is…

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