Stevens Point native inducted into US Curling HOF

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STEVENS POINT (WAOW) – Stevens Point native David Garber is being inducted into the U.S. Curling Association Hall of Fame.

Garber, who has been around curling all his life, graduated from P.J. Jacobs High School and the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, according to USA Curling.

His parents both curled at the Stevens Point Curling Club.

“Election to the USCA Hall of Fame is a great honor. I am very grateful for the talented, effective people I worked with over the years, including staff, athletes and volunteers,” Garber said.

His induction ceremony will be on Nov. 14 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Stevens Point Country Club.

Garber, joins Andy Anderson of Chicago and Russ Lemcke from Falmouth, Mass., with entry into the USCA Hall of Fame in the builder category, joining an elite group of curlers who have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to curling in the United States and worldwide.



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