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Fort St. John’s Men’s curling champions continued their strong form at the Peace Curling Association Dominion Bonspiel in Fairview over the weekend.

Kelly Ollenberger’s rink beat a team from Grande Prairie in the final, to win the men’s banner, and the right to represent the region at the provincial championships next October.

Ollenberger’s rink also includes team third Greg Ingram, second Don Hartman, and lead Clinton Ollenberger (Kelly’s son).

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Congratulations to the team, and good luck in October.

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