Norm Lindsay has sent us the PEI Report for the upcoming AGM. Attached below.
CNSA Eastern PEI Shuffleboard Club report.docx
CNSA President Jim Corbeil sends us his report for the AGM.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2017.pdf
Submited by Norm Lindsay
Posting revision to the membership and annual fees for CNSA. This revision was motioned by Brian Scott, seconded by Glenna Earle and passed by the executive of the CNSA.
CNSA Membership Revision 20170612.pdf
Jim Corbeil requested to post on the CNSA website
This is from Mel Hyrich. Vp of the Western Floor Shuffleboard Club in Manitoba.
We are a floor shuffle club in Brandon , Manitoba with about 50 members mostly seniors that has been running now for 25 yrs. We play twice a week from May till Sept. at the Riverview curling club in Brandon. Last year we hosted the Manitoba 55+ games and it turned out quite well. We have 12 roll out courts that are installed on a cement floor in the curling club that works out quite well for us. Every year in July we put on an open tournament an would like to advertise it on your CNSA web site. Eileen Hildebrand also mentioned to us that it might be possible and it would be greatly appreciated. Our tournament does offer some prize money but it doesn’t amount to much because of the low entry fee. Its more for fun, meeting new people and friend ship. We play the tournament with 3 events so you are guaranteed 3 games with out of town teams playing 2 days. It is a doubles tournament any combination of men or women. I have listed the information for our tournament below. If you think it is to much information you are welcome to shorten it an make some changes if necessary . If more info is required please email me* . Thank – you for your time and looking forward to hearing from you.
Mel Hyrich [Vice President WFSC]
Westman Open Floor shuffle Tournament – Brandon , Manitoba
July 18 ,19 , 20 @ Riverveiw Curling Club
420 Maryland Av Brandon, Manitoba
Out of town players will start on July 19 @ 09:00 A.M.
Doubles combination of men and women
3 Events – Guaranteed 3 games
Entry Fee : $8.00
Lunch : $5.00
* Contact : Mel Hyrich – 204-726-4869 – email@example.com
Deadline for entries : July 9
Sent in from Jim Corbeil President, CNSA
Manitoba “Active Living Coalition for Older Adults in Manitoba (ALCOA-MB) has just completed a very successful 35th Annual MB 55 Plus Games in Killarney, MB. Floor Shuffleboard had 12 participants in the 55-70 age group, and 24 in the 70 plus age group. This event attracts shufflers from various regions across MB and provides an opportunity to meet fellow shufflers, many being friends/acquaintances from down south. Winners in this year’s event were as follows:
55 – 70 Age Group
Gold – Pete & Julie Neustaeter
Silver – Jim & Noreen Coates
Bronze – Maxine Zamzow & Judy Meaden
70 Plus Age Group
Gold – Betty Wikdahl & Verla Jopka
Silver – Don & Mabel Brewer
Bronze – Pete & Eileen Hildebrand
Norm Lindsay has forwarded the attached (CNSA IP meeting agenda Sk2.pdf) for posting. It may also be referenced via the “About the CNSA” menu item. Please see the Tresurer’s report under the “About the CNSA” menu item. Additional re ports will be posted as available.
CNSA IP meeting agenda Sk2
Henry wears the Red Jacket and holds the framed HOF Award presented by CNSA president Jim Corbeil.
On May 31st, 2017, Henry Strong was inducted into the CNSA Hall of Fame, by CNSA president Jim Corbeil. Jim’s words follow:
Today we are inducting Henry Strong into the Canadian National Shuffleboard Hall Of Fame, for his dedication and commitment over the past six years.
Henry has served as 1st and 2nd vice-president, and as president of the CNSA from 2014 to 2016. We are honoring him today for all his hard work and dedication through the years.
Glen Peltier “HOF-pinned” by Debra Corbeil*
On May 31st, 2017, Glen Peltier was inducted by Jim Corbeil, president of the Canadian National Shuffleboard Association (CNSA). Jim’s words of induction follow:
Glen started playing shuffleboard in the early 80’s. He has represented Canada in eight international tournaments.
He was the first President of the Thames-Horizon Shuffleboard Club in Chatham during the building and first three years of its existence. He is still an active member.
Glen gives free lessons to all members who are interested in learning the skills of the sport of shuffleboard.
Glen was CNSA president from 1985 to 1987, and competed in many CNSA and OSA (Ontario Shuffleboard Association) tournaments. Glen earned the necessary points to enter the OSA Hall Of Fame (HOF).
Glen winters in Florida where he competes in FSA (Florida Shuffleboard Association) tournaments. Glen was president of the FSA from 2010 to 2011. Over the years Glen has accumulated more FSA tournament points than any other player in the history of the sport of shuffleboard – more than 1300 points. Glen is the only male shuffleboard player to receive the distinguished “Green Jacket”. One could call him the Jack Nicolas of shuffleboard. The Green Jacket was for reaching 1000 points.
Glen has written one of the best shuffleboard books ever written. You would find most amateur shuffleboard players and experienced players have read Glen’s book or seen the CD created from it. Glen is one of the most respected and best known shuffleboard players in the world.
If there is a new player or experienced player needing help with a shuffleboard problem, Glen would be the first to lend a hand. Glen teaches weekly in his home in Clearwater Florida. Glen also gives several shuffleboard seminars in Florida each year. Players of all levels attend.
I am proud to Induct my friend Glen Peltier to the CNSA Hall Of Fame in the Player Category.
* Debra Corbeil is the very charming daughter of Jim and Marlene Corbeil.
Here (at last) are the pictures of all the winning teams from the 2017 CNSA Doubles held in Woodstock Ont., May 29 to June 1st. Congratulations to them all!
If you think we have put the same picture in twice, we did. This was no mistake, however. After winning 3rd place in the Amateur tournament, Gerdien & Gerrit Dykman entered the Open and won the Open Consolation 4th place! Double congratulations for them!
AM 1st Gerald Provost and Ann Birley
AM 2nd Debbie Cadeau & Shiela Brown
AM 3rd Gerdien Dykman & Gerrit Dykman
AM 4th Barry Leibold & Marie Leibold
AM Cons. 1st Linda O’Connor & Bev Fowler
AM Cons. 2nd Laura Campbell and Nev Campbell
AM Cons. 3rd Ann Engell and Evan Engell
AM Cons. 4th Bernice Lindsay & Norm Lindsay
Open 1st Bill Oostdyk & Maureen Bryan
Open 2nd Linda McRae & Henry Strong
Open 3rd Myrna Bilton & Roy Babcock
Open 4th Marjory Taylor & Linda Armstrong
Open Cons. 1st Larry Allison and Moe Vermeulen
Open Cons. 2nd Martine Vermiere Art Scott
Open Cons. 3rd Don Rood & Keith Morton (Michigan) (New York)
Open Cons. 4th Gerdien Dykman & Gerrit Dykman