On behalf of the International Shuffleboard Association, I’m pleased to announce that the 41st ISA Team Championship will be held in Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada.
Date August 21 – 26, 2022. Ingersoll is located on the Thames River in Southwestern Ontario.
Congratulations to the Canadian National Shuffleboard Association for presenting their proposal to the ISA to host a championship. Congratulations to CNSA President Jim Corbeil, Norman Lindsay, Eileen Hildebrand and Murray Burnett who will be chair people for this event.
Myrna Bilton International Shuffleboard Association, President
I would like to thank the Ontario Shuffleboard Association for the loan of 5 rollout courts to the Ingersoll Senior Centre. The Ingersoll arena has a banquet hall in the upper part of the building and have given shuffleboard players a place to play. This will enable players from Ingersoll London, Tillsonburg, Ancaster, Thamesford and surrounding area to play shuffleboard over the fall and winter months. Players will be screened each time they enter the arena to play. All players will wear a mask and practice social distancing. Players may bring in bottled water, there will be NO food allowed. Thank you to the Ingersoll seniors centre and the Ingersoll arena for their support. Stay Safe and Healthy. Best Regards. Jim Corbeil President CNSA
Hello, Our neighborhood park in Montreal has an area for shuffleboard (croquet and horseshoe toss) which has been abandoned for more than 20 years. I took on the project of restoring it, so that people could come out and play – the lenght of cues is great for social distancing 😉 It is finally ready, and people are extremely enthusiastic. However, I am afraid the makeshift cues and pucks wont last…. I am writing to you in the hope that some members might have extra cues and pucks to give… They would be very welcomed and cherished !
On May 29, 2020, we posted the Notice Of Meeting on this website: “The CNSA Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Saturday June 27th at 4:pm. Due to the COVID19 restrictions all our shuffleboard play activities have been cancelled, but we will still be able to have our AGM by using the Google Meet facility. This will allow CNSA members to attend the AGM via a computer or smart-phone. Anyone unable to attend by this method may call Jim Corbeil at 519-290-4400.
NOte Above 4 PM is Eastern Standard Time (EST).Today (Sunday June 7th) CNSA President Jim Corbeil held a “Test” meeting using the Google Meet facility to allow everyone to test this new facility. The test was successful, and without significant problems, so we can proceed with the AGM June 27th 4 PM EST using the Google Meet facility.
The CNSA Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Saturday June 27th at 4:pm. Due to the COVID19 restrictions all our shuffleboard play activities have been cancelled, but we will still be able to have our AGM by using the Google Meet facility. This will allow CNSA members to attend the AGM via a computer or smart-phone. Anyone unable to attend by this method may call Jim Corbeil at 519-290-4400.
For many of us, this may be a first time using Google Meet, and Jim Corbeil has a test meeting beforehand to allow us to become more familiar with this form of meeting. The test meeting is scheduled for Sunday June 7th at 4pm.
Further instructions for both meetings will be posted here on the CNSA website.
Geordie Archer has passed away after a long battle with cancer. Geordie was a member of the Coldwater Shuffleboard Club. He enjoyed playing and competing in the game. Geordie was always at the shuffleboard club working on the courts and assisting in every way he could. Carol, his wife is the President of the Coldwater Shuffleboard Club. Our thoughts and Prayers go out to his wife Carol and the Archer family.
I want to welcome Melody and George Potter to the CNSA Board of Directors. Melody and George are going to be the British Columbia Directors for the CNSA.
I am looking forward to working with them and I am sure all the Board of Directors will be happy to have them on the board.
Thank you to Jane Chalmers for her contribution as Director. Jane and Don live on Vancouver Island and there is no shuffleboard in their area and Jane thought she should step down as BC Director. Thank you to Jane for her work over the years.
Melody and George are well known in the shuffleboard world, They live in Cranbrook BC. They have played in several ISA Tournaments in Norway and England.