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CLUB NEWS Cape Cod curler receives Congressional honor A


nthony Colacchio of the Cape Cod Curling Club was recently honored with a Congressional Record of Honor for his commit- ment to creating opportunities for wheelchair athletes.


Colacchio recently formally joined the USA Curling wheelchair curling


coaching staff aſter years of volunteer service to the team. He will be one of the coaches working with Team USA at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in South Korea. Colacchio was honored during the Cape Cod Summerspiel in Falmouth, Mass.


Anthony Morse (for Congressman William Keating of the U.S. House of Rep- resentatives) presents Tony Colacchio (leſt) with the certificate of the Con- gressional Record of Honor.


Gear up for the season!


Donation portal features classified ad space


Society or donate to the Chris Moore Legacy Fund, but you also have access to the newly created CurlList. Have some equipment you no longer use collecting dust? Does your club


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have any stones or ice making equipment they don’t need? Members and clubs are able to post classified ads for equipment they wish to sell to other curlers around the country. Tis is something our members have asked us to offer and we’re happy to do so. For more information about the new portal and CurlList, go to www.teamusa.org/usa-curling and click on the “Support” tab to learn more!


SA Curling recently made a switch to a new membership data- base which includes an updated donation platform. Not only can you support your favorite USCA causes, join Te Granite


Shop http://usacurling.teamfanshop.com/ USA Curling (( 17


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