For those not familiar, curling is a sport in which two teams, each with four players, slide polished granite stones across a sheet of ice toward a target area that’s segmented into four concentric circles. The path of the stone can be guided by two sweepers with brooms who accompany it as it slides down the ice. Given the strategy and teamwork that go into this curling has also been referred to as “chess on ice.” The Penn Club indicates curling lessons were a big success the last time they did this and hope to perhaps turn it into an All-Ivy competition one day.
For further info, visit http://atlantacurlingclub.com/alumni to sign up!
Emmanuel Tillman is the point of contact for this event. He'll be wearing a Penn shirt and standing at the sign-in table (everyone must sign a waiver before going on the ice). He can be reached at 404-756-1692 or firstname.lastname@example.org