Sen. Jones to speak at opening ceremonies of local athletic club
LANSING— State Sen. Rick Jones will address the Lansing Curling Club at its opening ceremony on Monday, Sep. 10th 8:30 pm.
The Lansing Curling Club was first established in the 1960’s and meetings were held in Demonstration Hall on the campus of Michigan State University. The group is now located at the Summit Sports and Ice Complex (9410 Davis Highway Dimondale, MI 48821) and offers membership, leagues, and learn to curl sessions.
According to the club website, the Lansing Curling Club is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of curling in a safe, friendly and affordable environment, while fostering curling’s long-standing traditions: sportsmanship, teamwork, integrity and social activity. The group is committed to providing these opportunities for residents of the Greater Lansing community through the local, regional, and international promotion of the sport.
“Jordyn Wieber, our DeWitt Olympian, trained in Dimondale,” said Jones R-Grand Ledge. “Maybe one day the Lansing Curling Club with produce another Olympian from right here in Windsor Township.”
For further information on the Lansing Curling Club,visit http://www.lansingcurls.org/index.htm