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Star Brandon setter joins Wesmen

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SETTER Hope Schneider of Brandon's Crocus Plains High School has committed to University of Winnipeg women's volleyball coach Diane Scott for the 2012-2013 season.

Schneider, who won a silver medal with Crocus Plains at the 2011 Provincial High School Volleyball Championships, is the younger sister of former Wesmen men's team (2004-2009) and Team Canada setter Dustin Schneider.

-- The Churchill Bulldogs Hall of Fame Dinner, celebrating 51 seasons of football, will be held April 12 at the Radisson Hotel. The inductees include Russ Ackland, Steve Jones, Chris Vasilopoulos, Andrew Enns, Scott Brown, Juan Carlos Alonso, Mike Harris and Charlie Adams. Contact head coach Tom Walls at twalls@wsd1.org for information.

-- Jennifer Jones, the four-time Canadian women's curling champion, will hold a curling camp this fall for curlers of all abilities and levels.

The first annual Jennifer Jones Curling Camp will be held Oct. 12-14 at the St. Vital Curling Club in Winnipeg. There will be a maximum of 64 registrants accepted.

"Curling has provided me with so many opportunities and I love to share my experience and try to help others achieve their goals at whatever level they participate," Jones said in a media release.

Guest instructors will include reigning Canadian men's champion Brent Laing of Ontario, four-time Olympic curling coach Elaine Dagg-Jackson of Victoria, while Jones' teammates Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer, Dawn Askin and Jennifer Clark-Rouire will be in attendance.

For more information go to www.teamjenniferjones.com.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 24, 2012 C5

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