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The Melfort & District Curling Club is a non-profit organization that has been offering curling programs and social experiences in our community for over 100 years! We own and operate the Bourgault Curling Centre. We are known as one of the friendliest clubs in the area and we always look forward to welcoming new members.  Our volunteers are eager to provide you with instruction and introduce you to the sport of curling.  

We have been an integral part of the community for sports, social events, fundraisers and community outreach. We are proud to have been named the 2023 CURLSASK Club of the Year, and the host site of the 2024 national Curling Day in Canada Festival. 


We are governed by our Board of Directors, as directed by the membership. The Board is made up of an Executive (President, Past President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer) and eight additional Directors. The General Manager is responsible for daily operations and reports to the Board. 

2023-2024 Board of Directors

President: Jesse Drayton
Vice-President: Brian Kjelshus
Secretary: Hugh Kernaleguen
Treasurer: Vacant
Directors: Nick Fagnou, Wes Moldowan, Kerrie de Gooijer, Jon Schuba, Eleanor Robb, Jack Garinger

We would like to thank Corey Faye for his outstanding leadership and unwavering dedication to our club's growth through his tenure as President for the past 6 years, and as Treasurer longer than that. 

We invite passionate individuals within our community to consider joining our board of directors. This is an exciting opportunity to play a vital role in shaping the future of our club. Whether you have a background in finance, event planning, business or simply a strong commitment to our club's mission, we welcome your enthusiasm and fresh perspectives. To learn more, and to indicate your interest, please check out this link:


The Melfort and District Curling Club operates based on the following values and goals in order to serve our community.  


Providing access to the lifelong sport of curling and socialization for all.


Developing the best curling program and social experience in our community by providing well-maintained facilities and a welcoming atmosphere.


We value excellence, cooperation, equality and integrity. We provide an essential service to the communities we serve by ensuring quality of life and well-being of all our citizens.

- We encourage volunteerism
- We encourage sportsmanship
- We encourage positive social interaction in all aspects of the usage of our facility
- We will give back to the community that supports us

- We will be the best we can be in everything we do
- We will maximize the utility of the facility to generate revenue, while ensuring that we do not compromise our members, or the game of curling

- We will encourage and offer membership in the club to all; regardless of cultural background
- We will treat all curlers with equality and respect regardless of their abilities on and off the ice

- We will only host functions that will enhance the club's good reputation
- We will strive at all times to demonstrate the highest ethical manner in our business activities
- We will represent our club at all levels (local, provincial, national) with pride, professionalism, and integrity
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