2017 Tourette Canada Donation
Today, Tuesday, April 25, 2017, OPCA President, Kayla McTaggart and Vice President, Steve Aguiar presented Tourette Canada Executive Director Deborah Thomson with a cheque for $500 on behalf of the Ontario Police Curling Association and also a cheque for $500 on behalf of the Toronto Police Amateur Athletic Association.
About the Ontario Police Curling Association (O.P.C.A.)
We are a group of Police officers, serving and retired, in the province of Ontario who play, enjoy and compete in the sport of curling. Our goal is to promote the sport among our fellow Police Officers and Peace Officers, in the spirit of friendship and healthy competition. The Ontario Police Curling Association (O.P.C.A.) is a member of the Canadian Police Curling Association (C.P.C.A.). The C.P.C.A. is a member of the Canadian Curling Association. We, as the O.P.C.A. hold a provincial championship every year, with the newly crowned Provincial Champion representing our association at the Canadian Police Curling Association National Championship.
We are always on the lookout for members to join us in our endeavor to promote the sport of curling among fellow Police and Peace Officers in Ontario. If you are a Police Officer or Peace Officer (See Eligibility Page) or know of someone who would like to get involved, drop us a line and let us know. Would you like to get involved? Let us know. If you have a Bonspiel to advertise that you think would be of interest to our members contact us through our contact page on this side or at email@example.com.
THE ONTARIO POLICE CURLING ASSOCIATION, ALONG WITH THE CANADIAN POLICE CURLING ASSOCIATION ARE PROUD SUPPORTERS OF:
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Since 2009, the members of the Ontario Police Curling Association are proud to have donated $16,550 to Tourette Canada through their Provincial Championships and Annual Golf Tournaments.
THE ONTARIO POLICE CURLING ASSOCIATION WOULD LIKE TO THANK BLUE LINE MAGAZINE FOR THEIR SPONSORSHIP AND SUPPORT.
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