Canadian Curling Association
Board of Governors CHAIR Graham Prouse
Graham Prouse, a driving force in Alberta and Northern British Columbia curling for nearly 30 years, lives in Fort Nelson, British Columbia. Prouse became a member of the Fort Nelson Curling Club board in 1979 and during his 25-year tenure served as president twice. He was president of the Peace Curling Association in 1996-97 and 1997-98 and the Alberta Curling Federation in 1999-2000. Elected to the CCA’s board in 2005, Prouse served as chair of the Curling Hall of Fame and Awards Committee, the CEO Search Committee and was a member of the Finance and Audit Committee. In addition to being association chair in 2010, Prouse will serve as a member of the CCA International Committee. An avid curler, Prouse played in the Alberta mixed and men’s championships on several occasions. A certified Level I coach and Level I official, he has dedicated many hours to coaching and instructing. Among his many distinctions, Prouse was the recipient of Fort Nelson’s Citizen of the Year Award in 2004.
The 2009-10 Canadian Curling Association board of governors: (back row, from left) Ron Hutton, Georgina Granchelli and Elaine de Ryk; (middle row) Mitch Tarapasky, Laura Lochanski and Jim Campbell; (front row) Bernadette McIntyre, Graham Prouse, Jack Bowman and Fran Todd.
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