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Staff & Directors


  • Acting General ManagerTodd Bolianatz
  • Assistant Manager:  Vacant
  • Ice Techs:  Bill (Lead), Jim, Owen, Dan, Luke, Michaela, Genoa & Mila
  • Barstaff:  Taylor, Kelsey, Alyssa, Brooke & Mikayla
  • Kitchen:  Chaba 


Board of Directors

  • President:  Tim Varga
  • President Elect:  Krista Solvason
  • Vice President:  Penny Duncan
  • Past President: Evan Lewis
  • Secretary:  Rose Yancy
  • Treasurer:  Tom dePeuter
  • Communications:  Jill Hawker
  • Director:  Brian Duncan
  • Director: Darcy Reynolds
  • Director:  Ray Hineman
  • Director:  Trevor Kapetz
  • Director:  Nelson Karpa
  • Director:  Joanne McAndrew
  • Director:  Dwayne Riley
  • Director:  Bob Patterson
  • Director:  Chris Stang
  • Director:  Glenn Ector


  • We’re Closed For The Season! See you in September.
  • NHCC Women win Silver at Curling Alberta Club Championships!!

    The North Hill Curling Club's Women's reps skipped by Vanessa McConnell, played extremely well this weekend. Joining Vanessa was Lindsay MacDonald at third, Tia-Jayne Clark at second and lead Alice MacKay.

    NHCC is also proud of our Men's team that made it to Provincial's. Skip Scott Hellwig, Third Mark Hellwig, Second Kevin Welte and Lead Kevin Smith played well and lost the qualifer to the eventual champs from the Glencoe.

  • NHCC Playoff Champions!!!

    The NHCC Playoff Finals took place Monday March 25th. The winners are Team Dean Ross (Men’s), Team Penny Duncan (Women’s), Team Mark Hellwig (Open), Team Curtis Booth (Sr. Men’s), Team Brad McArthur (Mixed) and Team Pierre Mao (Best of the Rest).

    Congratulations to Champions and all the Teams for a Great Season!!!

  • Five-Rock Rule is in effect this season!

    We are now playing with the 5 rock rule in the FGZ as per Curling Canada rules in effect starting this season.  Under the 5-Rock rule, teams are not permitted to eliminate their opponent's rocks that are sitting in the free guard zone until five stones have been played in every end.  Players can still hit the guards; they just are not allowed to knock them out of play.