Curling Headlines – Dec. 26, 2014

We hope everyone had a Merry Christmas. We’ve been off for the last two days, so let’s get right back to it. Here are your curling headlines for Friday, December 26th:

* Joe Pavia had a nice rundown on how curling and Christmas go together.

* Jill Officer: Taking time to be grateful during the holidays.

* Brian Belfry: Brier used to be about best club team in Canada.

* As her native Scotland lands four major events by 2020, Eve Muirhead remains focused on goals.

* Team Shawna Jensen among contenders in Tim Horton’s B.C. junior championships.

* Team Cole Peters one of the favorites in Manitoba’s junior men’s championships.

* Team Mary Fay is the foursome to beat in Nova Scotia junior women’s curling.

* Team Ryan Hyde advances to 2015 Safeway Championship.

* Developers not ready to give up on Warfield site for England’s second curling-specific facility.

* Oilmen’s Bonspiel marks 50 years.

* Placer County residents enjoy chills and thrills of Wine Country Curling Club.

* Young curlers from Campbellford Curling Club collect food and toys to donate to good causes.

* Oklahoma Curling Club offers Learn-to-Curl session on Sunday.

* Gerrit Blauvelt is looking to buy old equipment to put together Learn-to-Curl kits for arenas on the East Coast of the United States.


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