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Board of Directors

The FLCC board has seven directors, six of which are elected to three-year terms on a staggered basis, with two directors elected each year at the club’s annual meeting. The Treasurer is appointed to a one-year term annually by the board following the annual meeting.


Officers are elected by the Board for one-year terms:

    • President: Jeff Tonole (’25)
    • Vice President: Dan Hazlitt (’25)
    • Secretary: John Warobick (’26)
    • Treasurer: Alita Howard (’24)

Board Members At-large

    • Glen Dowell (’24)
    • Tiffany Huenefeldt  (’26)
    • Greg Albrecht (’24)

To contact the Board of Directors, please get in touch here.

Club Committees

Our membership contributes to the smooth running of our club with several committees, organized into different focus areas:

If you’re interested in being a part of a committee, please reach out to the chair to get to work!

Curling Development
Chairs: Dan Hazlitt & Jeff Tonole

Responsible for Club’s Leagues (leagues curling, day curling, and youth curling) and Training (learn to curls and group events).

Develop, organize, coordinate, and implement league play opportunities for the membership.

Develop and implement training programs meant to provide safe play in a supportive environment. Develop programs, practices, and procedures to support training to be used during the Club’s curling clinics. Develop and maintains list of certified instructors.


Equipment & Ice
Chair: Greg Albrecht

Responsible for all aspects of ice preparation, arena setup and closing, while also securing and maintaining the Club’s capital equipment with programs and inspections to assure compliance to developed standards and safety requirements.

Identify, justify, and recommend capital investments to and for equipment to the Board. Assure adherence to health and safety regulations, and supervise staff for ice prep, setup, and training.


Chairs: Alita Howard & John Warobick

Responsible for the Club’s membership targets and campaigns, fee structure, registration system. This committee will manage and maintain the Club’s insurances and records required to support other club development requirements.

Additionally, the Club’s finance accounting and reporting will be managed in conjunction with the Board. The committee will recommend and remit payment for the Club’s membership dues in national /regional organizations.

Membership also will organize the Club’s Nominating Committee as required to support regular elections as defined by the FLCC Bylaws.


Advertising, Sponsorship and Marketing
Chair: Tiffany Huenefeldt

Responsible for the Club’s marketing, communications, social media, website, and socials/friendlies/bonspiels. Develops advertising and sponsorship packages.

The Marketing Committee will build awareness and reputation of FLCC in the Finger Lakes Region, to develop support and sponsorship towards our goal of a dedicated facility. They will promote club events and foster relationships with local and regional partners.

The committee will also assure the club’s consistent messaging both internal and external on all communications websites and social sites. It will also solicit information and opinion as require with use of surveys to assure a positive and engaged membership is fostered and maintained. Communications is key to an enjoyable and successful FLCC.


Dedicated Ice
Chairs: Jeff Tonole, Dan Hazlitt, Tiffany Huenefeldt, & John Warobick

Responsible for the identification, investigation, and direction in establishment of a dedicated curling facility for FLCC. The committee will look to the membership for skills that may be tapped for support in their efforts towards
the goal.

Business Planning – Business Plan Development to support and aid in the eventual effort to obtain funding for a dedicated ice for FLCC.

Fundraising – Participates in strategic and financial planning meetings and initiatives. Oversees the assignment of major fundraising projects within the club. Liaises with bonspiel committees for spiels with a club fundraising component.



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