2023 Strathcona Cup Committee Thanks 50/50 Winners

    The Strathcona Cup committee would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to all of you who bought tickets for the Strathcona Cup 50/50 + raffle. We were grateful and humbled with the overwhelming support for this event. We were told by the Scots that Tam Heather was the friendliest club the Scots had visited so far; they were very impressed with their visit to Tam Heather. Way to go Tam Fam!!

    We were also surprised and pleased to have Toronto curling legend, Joe Gurowka, come out for the games. Gurowka was first known for his participation at the 1966 Brier when he missed an opportunity in an extra playoff to upset Ron Northcott of Calgary. Gurowka skipped one more Ontario appearance at the Brier in 1976. Gurowka also won the Canadian Seniors Championships in 1989 and 1992, playing second for Jim Sharples. Gurowka was also a Canadian Masters champion in 2000. To have Gurowka attend this event at Tam was a true honour.

    Overall, the success of this event reflects all of the hard work by the committee, volunteers, staff and Tam club members, plus the commitment we have to the world of curling and community.

    In addition, we are very pleased to announce the winners of the 50/50 + Raffle:

    50/50 Cash Draw Winner: Paul Terry - Total of $1575.00
    Goldline FibreLight Curling Broom: Mary Worrall
    Goldline FibreLight Curling Broom: Melanie Goldhar
    Grapefully Yours coupon: Diane Fujita
    Magnum (1500 ml) bottle of wine: Frank Lauzon


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    Tam Heather - Curling & Tennis Club

    Location:  730 Military Trail Toronto, Ontario M1E 4P7

    Phone: (416) 284-9251 
    Fax: (416) 284-0690 
    Email: [email protected]

     

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    Tam Heather, or the “Tam” as we call it, is an active friendly club located in the Morningside and 401 community of Scarborough. Tam Heather opened in 1973 as a curling club with eight sheets of ice, then two years later in 1975, the club expanded by adding five tennis courts, three of which were covered in the winter with a bubble. Thirty four years later, in 2009, a four court year-round covered structure was built.

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