Curling Club going forward with season

After months of uncertainty and a number of meetings, the Fort St. John Curling Club says there will be a 2020-21 curling season.

The details on what that season will look like, and if another club will share the building, will be announced in August, but it's the club's intention to go ahead with curling this year. 

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The club has hired Emily Furlot as general manager of business development, a big need for the club and someone who will help guide it into the future.

Curling Canada and Curl B.C. have released their return-to-play guidelines, and it is now up to the individual clubs to prepare a plan to present to the city.

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