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A rink on the brink: Kelowna Curling Club financially hurting

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‘Keep the Lights On’ campaign.Tyre said fundraising efforts include 50-50 tickets, donations or ‘buy the rock handle’ program, where people can engrave their name, business or whatever on a rock handle.Club members are also hoping B.C.’s current public health order, which only allows three curlers to a rink, will be lifted soon.“I thought before the restrictions came in that we were curling safely, so it’s very disappointing for all of us,” said local curler Ron Leliever.But until the club is allowed to have a full house again on the ice, Kelowna curlers says it’s more important than ever to remain a patron.“Still come down throw rocks and, more importantly, go upstairs and enjoy a great meal,” Dave Stephenson said after throwing some.

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