DONNA ROCHE AND DREW DULMAGE WILL REPRESENT THE CLUB DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER IN SCOTLAND WITH ROTARIANS FROM 12 DIFFERENT SCOTLAND LOCATIONS.
FOLLOW THEIR ADVENTURE VIA THIS BLOG  http://www.canada-scotland2014.com/ , FACEBOOK PAGE AND TWITTER.
 

2014 Rotary Curling Tour Team Heading to Scotland
22 Rotarians from across Ontario and Quebec will be touring Scotland during November 2014 in pursuit of fellowship and curling supremacy as they curl Scottish Rotarians in 12 different locations over the month.
 The 2014 Team includes DREW DULMAGE & DONNA ROCHE from the Rotary Club of Grimsby.
Canadian and Scottish Rotarians meet and compete for the Transatlantic Rotary Curling Quaich every 2 years – alternating play between Canada and Scotland. The first tour took place when a group of Canadian and American Rotarians traveled to Scotland way back in 1956 – and the tour has been going strong ever since. The scores of all the games played at a dozen different curling rinks over the month are added together to determine the winner that year. The 2014 team from Canada will be out for revenge after the touring Scot’s won the Quaich while touring Quebec and Ontario in 2012.
While curling is the event – fun and fellowship are the name of the game. On the ice the competition will be fierce. Off the ice it will be an opportunity to tour Scotland, renew friendships, and meet new friends in the birthplace of the game.
You are invited to follow the team through the Team Bog – www.canada-scotand2014.com and follow on Twitter @CanadaScot2014 . During the tour the team will be posting both the curling results and some of the off-ice highlights. Visit the Blog right now – have a look and bookmark the page.