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Don't take curling for granite, it's take out time at UCC again

After a sudden end to the Unity Curling Club's season in early 2023, the club has learned the structural repairs are completed and the rink is deemed safe again for people to enter.

UNITY — A collective sigh of relief has been heard in Unity. Lisa Feser, Unity Parks, and Recreation director advised the Unity Curling Club executive Sept. 11 that the curling rink repairs are complete, and the rink will open on time.

The engineer has passed the inspection on the work and said the building is safe for people to enter.

A Sept.11Unity Parks and Recreation Facebook post said, “The curling rink beams have been repaired and it is safe for the public again. Now let’s keep our fingers crossed the ice plant is ready soon.”

Registration for the season is Oct. 10-11 in the curling rink lounge. The annual general meeting, open to the public, will take place Oct. 2.

Unity Curling Club will be looking to retain and recruit curlers once again after a pandemic prescribed pause and last year’s sudden closure due to the structural problem.

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