Curling Club At Penn State Hosts First General Body Meeting
A new club is hoping to bring curling back to campus and will hold a general body meeting on Monday.
Curling Club at Penn State, which says it already boasts membership of more than 100 students, will hold its meeting at 9:15 p.m. in 262 Willard for anyone with an interest in joining the club.
Curling last made its rounds in Happy Valley with the Centre County Curling Club in 2014 with a mix of locals and students leading the charge. Going through logistical troubles after holding an initial few events, the club had been inactive since 2015, but held a meeting last Thursday in hopes of relaunching.
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