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VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR


Mary Jo Hamilton (center) helps instruct at a learn to curl event at the Brainerd Lakes Club in Minnesota. Hamilton was chosen as the USCA’s Volunteer of the Year for 2018.


'Leader. Inspiration. Friend' Mary Jo Hamilton is USCA’s 2018 Volunteer of the Year


which are described below. She was and is an irreplaceable person in the foundation and operation of the Brainerd Lakes club. She applied a combi-


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ary Jo Hamilton of the Brainerd Lakes Curling Association has been selected as the United States Curling Association’s 2018 Volunteer of the Year. Mary Jo has a multitude of accomplishments, as documented in her nomination papers, many of


nation of tremendous energy, singular dedication and effective leadership skills as the club was organized and built. Her contributions were listed, her story told, by three members of her


club: Mark Pfeifer, past president and now board chairman, BLCA; and BLCA members Toni Czeczok and Doug Wolf. Te BLCA was founded in 2006 as an arena club – an ever more common and welcome development in this Olympic era of curling. Ten on Jan. 29,


Story by David Garber • Photos courtesy of Brainerd Curling


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