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Sweeping rocks for the Humane Society

Curling for Kibble, the North Bay and District Humane Society’s first-ever charity bonspiel hits the pebbled ice later this month. 

The Jan. 21 event at the North Bay Granite Club looks to raise $10,000 to help offset the cost of food and litter used by the shelter. 

“Registering for Curling for Kibble is a great way to support your local shelter,” says Liam Cullin, Executive Director of the North Bay Humane Society. “More than one thousand companion animals are helped by the North Bay Humane Society every year and fundraisers like this help us continue that important work.”

The Humane Society says they go through more than 18,000 pounds of food and 25,000 pounds of litter each year. 

The cost of the one-day tournament is $250 with a two-game guarantee along with food, entertainment and more. 

You can register a team at

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