- Darin Gerow
- Chad Hagel
- Darcy Seghers
- Carol Murray
- Brian Schriener
- Carmen Guidos
- Bonnie Flatla
- Steve Wills
- Justin Tether
- Brad Case
Darin Gerow was born and raised in Salmon Arm. Darin’s paying job is as a Civil Engineering Technologist and he also is a member of the Salmon Arm Volunteer Fire Department. In his free time he enjoys golfing in the summer, curling in the winter and trying to get outdoors whenever he can.
As a youngster, Darin was busy . . . competing in 5 Junior Provincials with 3 runner up placements and additionally, 3 High school Provincial championships finishing 4th, 3rd and 2nd. He transitioned easily into men’s play with one appearance at Men's Provincials and was the 2014 National Legion champion.
GO JAYS - GO CANUCKS
Chad has lived in Salmon Arm most of his life where he has been curling for over 30 years, including some competitive seasons in his days as a junior. He currently curls in both the Monday and Thursday evening men's leagues and is an avid supporter of the upstairs lounge social scene (beers!).
He is an on-call teacher and die-hard Habs fan whose wife, Julie, is often seen picking up a carload after a successful night at the rink.
Chad has been on the board for 3 years.
Darcy moved here to Salmon Arm in 1991 from Regina, Saskatchewan. Having curled competitively there in Juniors and Men's he quickly joined the Salmon Arm Curling Centre. Here he represented SACC in the Men's Zones Provincial Qualifier in 2005 and has one several Mens and Mixed Bonspiel events. His passion and love for the sport is evident in his commitment to the SACC in helping bring it to the forefront within the community.
He has been an active member on the board in several positions over the years, stepping down in 2014 to become the General Manager after serving as President for three years.
Carol moved to Salmon Arm in 2004 from Thunder Bay and quickly joined the Salmon Arm Curling Centre. She is originally from Chilliwack where she started her curling adventures at a young age.
Throughout the years she has curled in numerous competitive playdowns including juniors, mixed, ladies and senior ladies in BC, Alberta and Ontario.
Carol makes it a point to be involved in her community and her sport as evidenced by her record of volunteering for and serving on the Board of Directors at several clubs.
Carol was elected to the Board of Directors at SACC in 2011.
Brian was born and raised in Saskatchewan on natural curling ice with straw brooms. He is Past President of the Moose Jaw, Swift Current and Enderby Curling Clubs. He is also past board member of Saskatchewan Curling and Curl BC Curling Associations. Brian is a dedicated curler and golfer. In the off season of curling he participates as a Rules official for GOLF BC & PGA of BC.
Carmen decided to try curling after watching his daughter curl competitively. He is living proof that a person does not need to be good at a sport to enjoy playing it. Carmen is having fun at a novice level in the social league as he tries to increase his skills. You will probably see his face around the club almost every day as he follows his daughter around.
While not at the club, Carmen is an electrical contractor, a Lieutenant in the Salmon Arm Fire Department and a devoted Saskatchewan Roughrider fan. He has a very patient wife, and two lovely teenage daughters.
Bonnie has been interested and involved in curling from the time she first saw the inside of a curling rink in small town Saskatchewan. Beside being on the ice she has always volunteered on committees, executives and as a Director on the Board whenever needed.
Bonnie holds coaching certificates in curling instruction.
The position of League Representative Director gives her the opportunity to interact with all club members at the SACC.
Justin started curling in 2013 after taking the Curling Clinic offered by the SACC and then joining the Friday Night Social League. After participating and wanting to help the centre Justin became a valuable member of the Board of Directors.
A devoted Saskatchewan Roughrider fan he joins one of many here at the SACC!
A long time curler and member of the SACC, Brad brings a wealth of knowledge to the board having sat on several boards and currently a Councilman for the City of Enderby.