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2019

2019
Calgary
Calgary
Chelsea Carey
Sarah Wilkes
Dana Ferguson
Rachel Brown

2018-2014

2018
Penticon
Penticon
Jennifer Jones
Shannon Birchard
Jill Officer
Dawn McEwen
2017
St. Catharines
St. Catharines
Rachel Roman
Emma Miskew
Joanne Courtney
Lisa Weagle
2016
Grand Prairie
Grand Prairie
Chelsea Carey
Amy Nixon
Jocelyn Peterman
Laine Peters
2015
Moose Jaw
Moose Jaw
Jennifer Jones
Kaitlyn Lawes
Jill Officer
Dawn McEwen
2014
Montréal
Montréal
Rachel Homan
Emma Miskew
Alison Kreviazuk
Lisa Weagle

2013-2009

2013
Kingston
Kingston
Rachel Homan
Emma Miskew
Alison Kreviazuk
Lisa Weagle
2012
Red Deer
Red Deer
Heather Nedohin
Beth Iskiw
Jessica Mair
Laine Peters
2011
Charlottetown
Charlottetown
Amber Holland
Kim Schneider
Tammy Schneider
Heather Kalenchuk
2010
Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie
Jennifer Jones
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Jill Officer
Dawn Askin
2009
Victoria
Victoria
Jennifer Jones
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Jill Officer
Dawn Askin

2008-2004

2008
Regina
Regina
Jennifer Jones
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Jill Officer
Dawn Askin
2007
Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Kelly Scott
Jeanna Schraeder
Sasha Carter
Renee Simons
2006
London
London
Kelly Scott
Jeanna Schraeder
Sasha Carter
Renee Simons
2005
St. John's
St. John's
Jennifer Jones
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Jill Officer
Cathy Gauthier
2004
Red Deer
Red Deer
Colleen Jones
Kim Kelly
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Nancy Delahunt

2003-1999

2003
Kitchener-Waterloo
Kitchener-Waterloo
Colleen Jones
Kim Kelly
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Nancy Delahunt
2002
Brandon
Brandon
Colleen Jones
Kim Kelly
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Nancy Delahunt
2001
Sudbury
Sudbury
Colleen Jones
Kim Kelly
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Nancy Delahunt
2000
Prince George
Prince George
Kelley Law
Julie Skinner
Georgina Wheatcroft
Diane Nelson
1999
Charlottetown
Charlottetown
Colleen Jones
Kim Kelly
Mary-Anne Waye
Nancy Delahunt

1998-1994

1998
Regina
Regina
Cathy Borst
Heather Godberson
Brenda Bohmer
Kate Horne
1997
Vancouver
Vancouver
Sandra Schmirler
Jan Betker
Joan McCusker
Marcia Gudereit
1996
Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay
Marilyn Bodogh
Kim Gellard
Corie Beveridge
Jane Hooper Perroud
1995
Calgary
Calgary
Connie Laliberte
Cathy Overton
Cathy Gauthier
Janet Arnott
1994
Kitchener-Waterloo
Kitchener-Waterloo
Sandra Peterson
Jan Betker
Joan McCusker
Marcia Gudereit

1993-1989

1993
Brandon
Brandon
Sandra Peterson
Jan Betker
Joan McCusker
Marcia Gudereit
1992
Halifax
Halifax
Connie Laliberte
Laurie Allen
Cathy Gauthier
Janet Arnott
1991
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
Julie Sutton
Jodie Sutton
Melissa Soligo
Karri Willms
1990
Ottawa
Ottawa
Alison Goring
Kristin Turcotte
Andrea Lawes
Cheryl McPherson
1989
Kelowna
Kelowna
Heather Houston
Lorraine Lang
Diane Adams
Tracy Kennedy

1988-1984

1988
Fredericton
Fredericton
Heather Houston
Lorraine Lang
Diane Adams
Tracy Kennedy
1987
Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Pat Sanders
Louise Herlinveaux
Georgina Hawkes
Deb Massullo
1986
London
London
Marilyn Darte
Kathy McEdwards
Chris Jurgenson
Jan Augustyn
1985
Winnipeg
Winnipeg
Linda Moore
Lindsay Sparkes
Debbie Jones
Laurie Carney
1984
Charlottetown
Charlottetown
Connie Laliberte
Chris More
Corinne Peters
Janet Arnott

1983-1982

1983
Prince George
Prince George
Penny LaRocque
Sharon Horne
Cathy Caudle
Pam Sanford
1982
Regina
Regina
Colleen Jones
Kay Smith
Monica Jones
Barbara Jones-Gordon

A Well-Earned Honour For Exceptional Women

It takes immense effort, teamwork and perseverance to earn a spot in the championship round of a Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

We honour that milestone by awarding each first-time qualifier with a gold necklace and pendant shaped like four hearts which represent the Scotties signature logo. The next four times a curler gets to the nationals, we add a diamond to the pendant. Six-time provincial champions are also given a tennis bracelet that we continue to fill with diamonds in tribute to this outstanding achievement.

The Scotties Tournament of Hearts logo is four clustered hearts representing the four curlers comprising a team. The hearts also symbolize the “spirit” of curling and the bond of sisterhood shared by all who play the sport.