A Legend Passes, Garnet Campbell 1927-2011

Posted on January 3, 2012 by gerry. There have been 0 comments.

Garnet Campbell, the "Little General" of the famous Campbell curling clan passed away December 30th, the winner of the 1955 Brier as the first Saskatchewan team to bring home the title. Instrumental in putting the Avonlea Curling Club in Saskatchewan on the map, Campbell even auctioned off carspiel proceeds and help to build a new three sheet club in 1951.

Representing Saskatchewan at 10 National Championships, Garnet Campbell was one of the game's early legends.

Some Quick Hitters:

Calendar girl Laura Crocker invests her time in a charitable cause, spearheading a food drive over the holidays to collect donations for the WLU Food Bank.

If you haven't already done so, be sure to get your hands on a copy of the 2012 Women of Curling Calendar, only $29.95 and is a fundraiser for Shoot for a Cure.

Sarah Fullerton and Alex Matters will be representing Prince Edward Island at the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors after winning their provincial titles this past weekend.

Junior Provincials playing this week include Northern Ontario Men and Women, Ontario Men and Women (Ottawa Citizen story here), Manitoba Men and Women, Saskatchewan Men and Women, and New Brunswick Men and Women.



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