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New health mandates impact Twin Rivers Curling Club

Masks required immediately; restaurant will need proof of vaccinations on Oct. 1
Northland Power Curling Centre
Twin Rivers Curling Club continues to adjust to the pandemic.

NORTH BATTLEFORD - The announcement by Premier Scott Moe on Thursday of mask mandates and proof of vaccination across the province will affect Twin Rivers Curling Club.

The club stated on Facebook it will require all those entering the Northland Power Curling Centre venue to wear a mask.The venue does not have to implement a proof of vaccination protocol, but on Oct. 1 the Beaver Grill Restaurant will need to implement such a protocol for its establishment. 

As well, a proof of vaccination protocol is in place for all hosted CurlSask events. According to the curling club the following events at Northland Power Curling Centre will require proof of vaccination: the 2021 Provincial Club Championship Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, the U15/U 18 bonspiel Nov. 12 to 14 and the Prairieland Regional Junior Camp Dec. 4.