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Fay Weiler retires from the Board


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Fay Weiler, shown here with LCC Manager, Greg Lewis, has stepped down from her role as Secretary of the Board of Directors. Fay has been a dedicated and trusted volunteer around the club for close to 40 years. The following is a summary of Fay's dedication to LCC.

  • Joined LCC with her husband Willie in 1982 (42 years as a member)
  • Started curling in the Mixed League but switched to the Women's Daytime Section
  • Became involved with various WDS programs, convening and helping with events (kitchen duties, serving, decorations, scoring)
  • Maintained WDS documents regarding rules, structure and guidelines
  • Volunteered to help with multiple LCC Bonspiels as Drawmaster and/or assisting with other activities from 1985 to 2023
  • 1996-97 - WDS Games coordinator
  • 1997-98 - WDS chairperson and 1998-99 Past chair
  • 2003-04 - joined the LCC Board of Directors, served on curling/league committee
  • 2004-05 - Secretary of the Board of Directors
  • 2005-06 - LCC Vice President
  • 2006-07 - LCC President
  • 2007-08 - LCC Past President
  • 2009 – 2023 Secretary of the Board of Directors, recording minutes and keeping the club's bylaws and operating procedures up to date

She has been a valued member of the Board of Directors for 20 years. Fay served on multiple committees over the years (volunteers, fundraising, awards, leagues, etc) and would always offer to help in the office with processing pre-season registrations.

In 2020 Fay was awarded a Lifetime Membership, presented to longtime and outstanding members who are honoured for significant contributions to the club over an extended period of time.

Fay is also well known in the world of gymnastics. She travelled globally to major gymnastics competitions in her role as an international judge and was Canada’s Chief Judge for women's competitive gymnastics. Willie was also deeply involved in gymnastics and competed at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo.

In Fay's words....  "It's been a pleasure working with so many dedicated and committed board and committee members as well as staff. Seeing the Club maintain its friendly, welcoming atmosphere and its member's attitude of helpfulness and social fun – epitomized by the Bonspiels with their decorations, costumes, entertainment, games etc. I've made so many friendships!  What do I prefer not to remember? Taking two falls down staircases with the resulting broken bones as well as having to stop curling, but I am thankful for the support and friendships – and the installation of much needed handrails!  My legacy to the club!"



Club Championship 2024

Presenting photosof our 2024 Men's and Women's Club Champions and other photos of the amazing crowd that came out to watch the action. 


Women's Champs (L to R): Aynsley Anderson-Hovius (Lead), Jeanette Walker (Second), Heather Budd (Vice) and Lisa Flesher (Skip)



Men's Champs (L to R): Enzo Martone (Skip), Blaine Chronik (Vice), Derek McClary (Second) and Gord Browne (Lead)



and our aweson fans!!

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2023-2024 League Winners

Thames Valley Mens:  Gary Nelson (Vice), Larry Lawson (Skip),  Eric George (Second) and John Hill (Lead)

Lawson Team 2024 TV Champs


Miller Men's Competitive:  Tim Lindsay (Skip), Bob McKinley (Vice), Bob Bourdeau (Second) and Brian Arnold (Lead)



Monday Men's Competitive:  David Ross (Skip), Dave Mann (Vice), Greg Lewis (Second) and Bruce Thom (Lead)

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Thompson Social Open:   Jordan Bryn (Lead), Bilal Khan (Second),  Kevin Bublitz (Skip), Kate Stewart (Vice)

Thompson League Champs


Mid-week Daytime Open:  Fiona Muirhead (Skip), David Ross (Vice), Greg Lewis (Second) and Dawn Lewis (Lead)



Rolling Stones: Geoff Smart (Vice), Bob Reid (Skip), Michel Pepin (Second) and Gary Peters who was sparing for Gary Coutts (Lead)

2024 Rolling Stones Champions


Wednesday Night Open:  Bob Bourdeau (Lead), Fiona Muirhead (Second), Leslie Baker (Vice) and Bob McKinley (Skip)



Teasdale Men's Competitive:  Gord Browne (Lead), Derek McClary (Second), Blaine Chronik (Vice) and Enzo Martone (Skip) along with convenor Bob Kerwin.

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Business Women's Competitive:  Aynsley Anderson Hovius (Lead), Jeanette Walker (Second), Heather Budd (Vice) and Lisa Flesher (Skip)

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WDS Friday Teams, Women's Competitive:  Gillian Bararnowsky (Lead), Karen Jacobsen (Second), Linda Bailey (Skip) and Natalie Blancher (Vice)



Friday Mixed Competitive (MIXED CLUB CHAMPIONS):  Scott Muirhead (Lead), Karen McClary (Second), Roger Kuiken (Vice) and Fiona Muirhead (Skip)



Ontario Champions

Team Markle, representing the London Curling Club, won 8 games in a row to claim the 2024 U21 Ontario Women's Championship

They will participate as Team Ontario at the 2024 Canadian Junior Championship in Fort McMurray, Alberta, March 24-31. 



Team members are (L to R):

  • Skip: Julia Markle (former LCC Junior curler)
  • Vice: Evelyn Robert
  • Second: Scotia Maltman (former LCC Junior curler)
  • Lead: Sadie McCutcheon
  • Coach: Jodi McCutcheon


Ontario Championships

The London Curling Club was very well represented at the Ontario Curling Championships held in Dorchester last week. Several former Junior LCC curlers were on the ice competing and they certainly held their own against the best in the province.

Team Markle, representing LCC and with former juniors Julia Markle and Scotia Maltman, finished with a 1 and 3 record in their first attempt at the Scotties title.

Team Mulima, representing the Guelph Curling Club, included former LCC juniors Kyle Stratton and Owen Henry. They also finished with a 1 and 3 record.

Team Artichuk, also from Guelph, had former LCC junior Tori Zemmelink at lead. Their record was 2 and 3.

However, it was the London Curling Club team of Jayden King (former LCC junior), Dylan Niepage, Gavin Lydiate and Daniel del Conte that really surprised everyone with their amazing abilities. Lead by one of LCC’s dedicated coaches, Jennifer Cuddie, they managed to beat many of the top teams in the field including Greg Balsdon, Pat Ferris, Mark Kean and John Epping. The win against Epping got them into the final against Team Glenn Howard.

It was a very well-played game by both teams. With the score tied 4-4 after 6 ends, Scott Howard (playing without Glenn) managed to pick King’s shot rock off the button and stole one. King got one in the 8th and Howard took 2 in the 9th to go up by a score of 7-5 playing the 10th end. Jayden King made a fabulous cross-ring double to score 2 to tie the game which resulted in a loud cheer of approval from their fans. The extra end didn’t go as King wanted, and Howard had a fairly simple draw to win the game, which he did, to claim the Ontario title and a berth in the Brier.


It was a very long and grueling week for Team King, playing ten stress-filled 10-end games over 5 days. They will now set their sights on the University Championships that start this coming weekend.

Congratulations from all of us at LCC! You certainly made us, especially those who helped you along the way, very proud.


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