From Tournament Director Evan Engell
Subject: What time to advise players to arrive at Ingersoll
The CNSA tournament and all OSA tournaments will be as follows:
Registration is 7:45am to 8:30am.
No entries will be accepted after 8:30am.
Play starts at 9:00am.
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We have had a change to one of the players as attached.
Team Canada 2.docx
From Jim Corbeil about the Ingersol facilities-
Hi Everyone, We put the lines down on the Ingersoll arena floor today.
I want to thank Henry Gerrits for the use of his patterns.
A big thank you to Gerrit Dykman for bringing them down and his hard work
Thank you to Dotty Koert ,Gail Jeffery and Larry Allison for their hard work as well.
We worked together like a well oiled machine and we finished by lunch time.
I really appreciate all of you for your help.
Ingersoll shuffleboard program starts the spring session Tuesday May 17th.
We are all set for the CNSA tournament May 30th to June 1st.
Sent to us by CNSA Secretary Ann Engell
The agenda for the CNSA General Meeting is attached –
DATE: MAY 31, 2022
TIME: approx. 3:45 (15 mins after play ends)
LOCATION: Ingersoll District Memorial Centre 97 Mutual St. S, Ingersoll, On
2022 AGM Agenda with appendicies.pdf
The selection committee has chosen the players to represent Canada at the ISA tournament in August 21-26, 2022 in Ingersoll, ON. You will note that there is representation from all across Canada, truly Canadian Teams. I would like to thank the selection committee for their hard work on picking the players. For this year, the ISA has asked Canada and the USA to put in another two teams (one men’s and one women’s) to play in the tournament. I have listed the players to play on the ISA United Nation Teams to represent Canada. We have 35 players now representing Canada.
Stay Safe and Healthy,
On behalf of the ISA we send our Deepest Condolences to Joe Messier and family on the passing of Cecile Messier. She will be remembered for her friendly smile.
Cecile served as Secretary on the ISA board when her husband Joe was the ISA President. In recognition of Cecile’s contribution to shuffleboard, may her memory be a blessing. Joe & Cecile were an amazing couple enjoying life together with their many hobbies and travels.
We keep Joe and family in our thoughts and prayers.
Rest In Peace Cecile.
Myrna Bilton has commented:
We are deeply saddened by the news of Larry Lalonde’s passing. He always had a smile and served delicious home cooked meals. He was great to work with at the 2014 ISA Championship. He pleased us all with his variety of tasty meals for the week, plus many other tournaments.
May Larry’s memory be a blessing. Rest In Peace
We keep Larry’s family in our thoughts and prayers.
Myrna & Rendall