CNSA Financials 2017

From CNSA Treasurer, Murray Burnett

I have enclosed the 2017 financials for the CNSA to be included on the website.


Murray Burnett
Treasurer – CNSA

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Ken and Verena Wardley honored

K&V Wardley GV HOF

Ken and Verena Wardley

The Golden Vista Shuffleboard Club have honored Ken and Verena Wardley to become Hall Of Fame recipients for 2018.
     Congratulations to both,
     Jim Corbeil, President CNSA
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Passing of a Coldwater Club member

Posting requested by JIm Corbeil

From Gary Pipher, Coldwater Shuffleboard Club.

Passing of Ruth Addison Feb 27 2018.docx

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Jim & Marlene

Kindly submitted by Myrna Bilton

We are saddened to hear that Jim and Marlene Corbeil’s daughter has passed away.
A family is a circle of love, not broken by a loss, but made stronger by the memories.
May God give them strength to get through this difficult time.
We keep them in our thoughts and prayers.

Our deepest Condolences
Rendall & Myrna Bilton

As part of the shuffleboard family, I offer my condolences to Jim and Marlene Corbeil and their family.

Bill Boyes, Webmaster.

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Condolences to Shirley Bootsma and Family

Wolter Bootsma - UN Team

Wolter Bootsma

With great sadness I have to tell everyone that Wolter Bootsma has passed away. 

Wolter was a great shuffleboard player. When you had to play Shirley and Wolter  you knew you had a battle.
Wolter will be missed by all who knew him.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Shirley and the Bootsma family.
Jim Corbeil, President CNSA
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“C”, “D”, “N” Teams.

I like it! Thanks Jim.

From Jim Corbeil:

I just thought I would tell everyone how we came up with the team letters "C", "D", and "N". "CDN" is short for "Canadian". We all are on the Canadian team.
ABC teams, players might have thought "Why am I not on the A team?", or "Is the A team a better team than B or C?".

Jim Corbeil, President CNSA.

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Canadian Teams for High River ISA – PDF

Because the original posting of the teams was in Microsoft Word format (docx), which may be unreadable for some folks, we are also publishing the teams list as a PDF – attached.


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Canadian Team Selected for High River ISA Tournament

From Jim Corbeil –
I would like to congratulate all the players who were selected to play at the High River ISA Team Tournament this July.
Thank you to all the players for your support of this event.
For those many players who were not selected I thank you for your applications.
If there is any cancellations we will keep your names on file and select a replacement.
If you are interested in playing on a UN Team when they are formed or being a non playing Team Captain please let me know.
I want to thank the selection committee for their hard work selecting the players for this years ISA Team Tournament.
We had a large number of applications this year because of the ISA Team Tournament being held in High River, Alberta, Canada.
I wish all the players that were selected across Canada, good luck, and enjoy this great experience representing your Country.
James Corbeil,
President, Canadian National Shuffleboard Association

High River Canada Teams 2018.docx

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Jim Corbeil appoints CNSA 2nd VP

From Jim Corbeil –
I have named Glenda Brake 2nd Vice President. Glenda will take over the vacant 2nd Vice Presidents position that was held by Glenna Earle.
Glenda resides in Newfoundland with her husband Clar in the summer, and in Zephyfrhills Florida in the winter months.
Glenda is one of the top Lady Shuffleboard players in Florida and is very anxious to be on the CNSA Executive. She is also the Newfoundland Director and will be on the CNSA Board of Directors.
Once again I would like to thank Glenna Earle for her many years of service, and contribution as Vice President to the CNSA.
 I am confident Glenda will be a asset to the position and I look forward to working with her.
Thank you Glenda.
Jim Corbeil  President CNSA.
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Don Raymont

Don Raymont
With great sadness I have to inform you that a good friend and fellow shuffleboard player has passed. Don Raymont has passed after a long fight with cancer. Our hearts go out to his wife Linda and the Raymont family.
He was a great shuffleboard player and a true sportsman.
Don will be missed by all who knew him.
Jim Corbeil, President CNSA.

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