Committee member Tammy Rix said most of the
time slots for the 39 hours are filling up but the most openings at the three
stations are probably for the Sunday morning, early afternoon shift.
Of course, people can also vote from home,
and organizers are suggesting families and friends organize voting parties to
add to the fun and excitement.
The digital highway road signs were going
to get changed overnight so that motorists will be alerted to the need for
pretty happy about the Hockeyville, every bit as much as the championship,”
O’Leary Maroons captain, Darryl Donahue commented. “They couldn’t have topped
it off any better than this, It’s good for the community; all the communities
Winburn Harris, a long-time Maroon player
and even longer a Maroon fan, was thrilled to be part of the huge crowd at the
curling club to hear the announcement, pleased about what it means for the
arena and the community. He commended the organizing committee for their
leadership in driving O’Leaery’s campaign forward.
“This is so special, to have all these
people excited about it, and, right across the country, we know from social
media. They’re already on there, congratulating us,” said committee member
Wallace took a call from Kraft Hockeyville
coordinators during the lively party. “They said, what a great effort we had,
what a great job we did. Pretty excited for us and said good luck for the next
39 hours,” she summarized.
“What a time,” she exclaimed.