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Results of Thames Horizon Shuffle Club Mingles/Singles

Sent to us by Hubert Van Eerd Thames Horizon Shuffle Club Mingles/Singles Tournament Results for Aug 1st/2019. 17 Pro’s 1 Bill LeMay 2 Moe Campeau 3 Hubert Van Eerd 4 Ross Kirkpatrick 5 Frank Reynen 6 Katie Starzacher 17 Amateurs … Continue reading

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2020 Ingersoll CNSA Doubles date correction

Jim Corbeil wishes to change the posted OSA schedule per the following: The Amateur and Open dates were in obvious error, now reading correctly – MAY 25-27 ~ INGERSOLL ~ CNSA DOUBLES –    Amateurs Monday May 25-26. Open Tuesday May 26-27.  <-Corrected

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Tournament Dates

Maureen has updated me with a schedule for 2020 OSA-sanctioned (OSA and CNSA) tournaments. You may now visit the new 2020 Events and Results page to see the schedule with tournament details. Please report any errors or omissions to Maureen or … Continue reading

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Request for Tournament Dates

From Maureen Bryan – I’m making up next years schedule, so all clubs , send in your tournament dates, ASAP. See you all in Blenheim. Maureen Bryan, Sec. OSA.

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Coldwater Congratulated By President Rogerson

On behalf of Pres. Carl Rogerson, OSA, I would like to extend a congratulations to this amazing club. Coldwater!!!!  Go on the web to see all results for Amateur and Open.  Having 30 entries in both the amateur and open divisions is … Continue reading

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Results from Brandon Tournament

The original post from  Eileen Hildebrand was mistakenly posted to the OSA website, and has now been posted to the CNSA website.

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Marlene sends Thanks!

From Jim Corbeil – Marlene would like to thank everyone for their prayers and concerns. She is home now and on the road to recovery and really appreciated all the support from across Canada and the United States. Thanks again. … Continue reading

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