Club Governance

    Board of Directors

    The Bowling Green Curling Club is an all volunteer organization. The Board of Directors is made up of 6 elected members, each of whom serves a 3-year term. Two new board members are elected at the annual member’s meeting each year. In addition, the Board appoints a Treasurer, who serves on the Board, and each league appoints a representative (typically the drawmaster) to serve on the Board. The Board then selects a President, a Vice President, and a Secretary from among its members. These officers serve renewable one-year terms.

    2022-2023 Board Members

    • President - PJ Wolf (3rd year)
    • Vice President - Mark Miller (2nd year)
    • Secretary - Nan Borer (2nd year)
    • At Large - Robb Borland (1st year)
    • At Large - Emily Holmer (3rd year)
    • At Large - Lauren Whitmer (1st year)
    • Treasurer - Matt Smith (appointed)
    • GLCA - Matt Sussman and Chris Meyer (appointed)
    • USWCA - Anna Hehl-Bisson (appointed)

    The club is always looking for volunteers! If you are interested in serving on a committee or volunteering to help with events and learn to curls please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


    Committees/Sub Committees

    Finance Committee

    Advertising – The primary responsibility of the Advertising Committee is to create and execute a plan to solicit sponsors to advertise at the club or for club activities as well as design and create any required materials to do so. This includes making recommendations on what advertising options will be available and how it will be priced.

    Fundraising – The Fundraising Committee will create and recommend a plan to solicit funds (donations, grants or otherwise). Plans will include short term (such as rock handle engraving) and long term (such as capital improvement funding drives). Once such plans are approved, the Fundraising committee will execute the plan.


    Membership Committee

    Awards – The primary responsibility is the annual archival of club level event/league winners and the organization/engraving/issuance/presentation of membership achievement pins and club trophies. The subcommittee is also responsible for organizing the Year-End Banquet.

    Drawmaster – The primary responsibility is to set league rosters, establish and help assist with interpretation of rules of play, record results, and ensure that all participants are aware of their responsibilities. The chair shall act as head drawmaster.

    Engagement – The primary responsibility is to recruit and retain membership in the club. This includes overseeing annual registration, membership enrichment, and intra-club events. Additionally, the engagement subcommittee will work together with the marketing/public relations subcommittee to maintain the club email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), website, and social media accounts.

    Instruction – The primary responsibility is to organize instructor classes on-site, communicate instructor classes off-site, remind instructors about "refresher" courses, and ensure all certified instructors are up-to-date with requirements.

    Marketing / Public Relations – The primary responsibility is to promote the club and their activities. This includes booking of radio/tv/newspaper spots, creation and maintenance of flyers (including but not limited to membership information, LTCs, starter leagues, bonspiels, club social parties, etc.), and creation/distribution of a club newsletter. Additionally, the marketing/public relations subcommittee will work together with the engagement subcommittee to maintain the club email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), website, and social media accounts.

    Volunteer – The primary responsibility is to recruit, encourage, and retain volunteers from within the club membership. This includes organizing instructors and on-ice helpers  for events (including rentals and LTC).

    Youth – The primary responsibility is to recruit and retain U21 members. The subcommittee shall establish and market all youth clinics, events, and programming. Additionally, the subcommittee is responsible for developing curling skills to move youth, and their families, toward continued club membership.


    Operations Committee

    Ice – The primary responsibility of the Ice Committee is ice making/maintenance and all upkeep of the compressor plant. Head ice maker is to report to this committee on all actions as needed and will assist in all budgetary needs for current and capital needs in the future.

    Bar – The Bar Committee is responsible for maintaining compliance of the Club bar to ensure all ordering, sales, volunteers, and standards are in accordance with the State of Ohio Division of Liquor Control rules and regulations. Additional responsibilities include keeping record of all volunteer ServSafe certifications and maintaining compliance with Wood County Health Department food safety standards.

    Facilities – Overseeing the physical needs of the building and working with the owner to have needs met and repairs as needed as per contract and area of responsibilities. This includes  all of its contents including cleaning, maintaining, upgrading and remodeling as required. This will include any building projects such as locker rooms, expansion of building and any capital work as directed by the board.

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    Our Location

    Black Swamp Curling Center
    19901 N. Dixie Highway
    Bowling Green, Ohio 43402

    Contact Us

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    Club Information

    The Bowling Green Curling Club is the only curling club in Northwest Ohio. We curl at the Black Swamp Curling Center and new members are always welcome! Come on out and enjoy the good people and good times that occur while curling.  We embrace all levels of curling from beginners to competitive and we hope to see you on the ice soon.

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