Curling Club enjoys successful season after fire

Curling Club members Veronica Burns and Andrew Bodnar swept a stone during a league game at the Norfolk Curling Club on Sunday, March 9. The club currently has approximately 150 members. Photo by Amy Steward

NORFOLK — The Norfolk Curling Club has had a very busy new season, according to club president Mary Fanette.

The club was shut for two seasons after its clubhouse was burned down by arsonists in December. 2011.

After two years of planning and construction, the new clubhouse officially opened on Nov. 23.

“The leagues started up soon after our grand opening in late November,” Fanette said. “Games are played every weeknight except for Thursday and Sunday afternoons. We have hosted two bonspiels this season.”

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