Evergreen Curling Club was the first of the “second wave” curling clubs formed in the excitement surrounding the 2002 Olympics. In January of 2002 Doug Schaak and Cheryl Doucette met to discuss the formation of a curling club in the Portland/Vancouver area. The first question they asked was, How do…Read More
History of Curling in Portland
Curling first came to the Portland, OR area in the winter of 1847 when the HMS Modeste, an 18 gun British warship, spent a few months frozen in on the Columbia river near Ft. Vancouver. Four officers from the Modeste bested four locals from the Hudson Bay company in a…Read More
ECC is currently one of three curling clubs in the state of Oregon. Multi-use arenas in Bend and Klamath Falls also offer lessons and curling. The next nearest dedicated curling facility is in Seattle.
MoPac is one of ten regions in the United States and represents: Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Utah. MoPac has 17 member clubs and hosts the playdowns for the United States Curling Association, USCA.
The United States Curling Association (USCA), doing business as USA Curling, is the National Governing Body for the Olympic sport of curling. The association is headquartered in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
The World Curling Federation represents curling internationally and facilitates the growth of the sport through a network of Member Associations/Federations. It is the world governing body of the Olympic Winter Sport of Curling and the Paralympic Winter Sport of Wheelchair Curling.