One of the top women curlers in Kingston back in the 1950's and 1960's. Carrie Cole claimed several club and flight championships at K.C.C. and shared in out-of-town bonspiel victories throughout Eastern Ontario. In 1956, she was on the rink which won the Eastern Ontario ladies Championship. Later on as a senior, Carrie skipped her K.C.C. rink to the Southern Ontario Senior Women's Tankard title in 1965. Always a supporter of the game she loved, Carrie took a willing hand in helping yourng people learn the game.
J.L. "Jake" EDWARDS
Intense competitor and unparalleled strategist, Jake left his mark on the sport with Ontario Championships in British Consols (Brier rep. 1960). The Silver Tankard (1968), the Govenor Generals (1952), and the Seniors (1976-77). Jake was President of K.C.C. in 1969 and during the Club's 150th anniversary in 1970. He was deeply involved through his tireless efforts and continuing sponsorship. The Edwards Shield, for competitive excellence exemplifies Jake's attitude to the game.
K.E. "Karl" LEISHMAN
A lifelong curler and promoter of the sport, Karl served a term as Ontario Curling Association Presidenrt in 1967-68. His time as President of K.C.C. in 1944 highlighted his many years of service on the Board of Management, extending into the late 70's. Karl played on four Ontario Championships; Governor Generals in 1943 and 1947 as well as the Silver Tankard in 1952 and in 1953. His gentlemanly conduct and enthusiasm made him the perfect ambassador of the roaring game.
The name of Jack Sands was well known throughout Ontario curling clubs for his aggressive approach to the game during the 1950's. President of K.C.C. in 1948, Sands won the Ontario Silver Tankard in 1952 and then repeated the win in 1953. Twice a runnerup in the Ontario championship British Consols, Sands carried the Kingston curling banner with success throughout the province in numerous competitions.
H.E. "Lefty" McDONALD
A valuable member of the Kingston Curling Club for many years, Lefty's contributions to the game within the club have been immense. Besides serviing on the Board of Management for years and as club President in 1975, he has been an organizer of club activities throughout the curling seasons. A respected performer on the ice, Lefty has played at Ontario championships and in 1985 skipped a rink to the Ontario senior mixed curling title, the first time a Kingston rink has won that championship.
Ever since Clark Carnegie joined the Royal Kingston Curling Club in 1964, he has been the club's ultimate volunteer. He made Saturday night mixed curling at the club in the 1960s and '70s, the place to be. From there, he carried on his expertise as chairman of The Whig Standard's annual Friday night "steak barbeque" for more than two decades. A life member of the Royal Kingston Curling Club, Clark has his name inscribed on the men's flight championship trophy four times with four different skips.
Bill Lewis was an active curler at the Kingston Curling Club from 1967 - 1985. During that time he as the ice maker for three years. His major contribution to the club was that of instructor. He helped numerous people to perfect their delivery and started them on the competitive trail. he was the winner of various provincial competitions including three Ontario Seniors and two Silver Tankards. Among his bonspiel wins were The Whig Standard, The Famous Fisherman's and the City of Ottawa.
Marg has been a member of RKCC since 1962. During this time she has made twelve appearances at the provincial level in OCA Tankard, Intermediates, Seniors and Masters. In 1987 she was a member of a winning Senior Mixed team. She is also a two time winner of the Lady Tweedsmuir LCA competition. In club curling she won the initial Carrie Cole Championship, Senior Flight and numerous bonspiels. Her club contributions have been as the convenor of the 1981 Intermediate Finals, the 1987 EOLCA Tournament of Hearts and the food section of the 1995 Tankard.