The Strathcona Cup

January 10 to February 3, 2018

 

andyshatilla
North Tour

Andy Shatilla

 

 

 

Hi, My name is Andy Shatilla from Westmount, Quebec and I have been married to Grace for 48 years. I was President of Domaine Label and Trim, Inc. but I am now retired.  I curl at the Royal Montreal Curling Club.

At RMCC, I was president in 2007 and 2008, past membership chair, past chairman of Thursday night curling, co chair of the 2003-2008 ice shed capital campaign and co-chair of the Bicentennial Bonspiel 2007

I was a member of the Curling Assistance Program committee at Curling Canada and a volunteer at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts when it was held in Montreal. I co-chaired the Canadian University Curling Championship in 2009.

I have coached at the club level (not certified) and was co-chair of the Kurling 4 Kids fund raising event at RMCC.

I am a past Group A and Group C champion in the Newell Mixed Bonspiel at The Country Club of Brookline, Mass. USA.

I played in the Gordon International in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010.

I was involved in previous Scots Tours to Canada by assisting in hosting The Scottish Police Tour at RMCC 2008, The Strathcona Cup at RMCC 2013 and the Scottish Ladies at RMCC in 2015.

I am a member of The Royal Montreal Golf Club and was a volunteer at The Canadian Open in 1975, 1980, 1997, 2001, Presidents Cup 2007, Championat de Montreal Golf 2010, 2011.

I was an instructor for the Ski Jay Ski School 1971-1977.

I am a Past president of the Lower Canada College Alumni Association, Cedars Home for the Elderly board of directors, St, Nicholas Orthodox Church board of directors, St. Nicholas Church Men’s Club (community service group) and Chairman of the St. Nicholas Ball, 1985.

I was a committee member of Youth Employment Services (YES Montreal) and I deliver Meals on Wheels on a weekly basis. I enjoy curling, golfing, skiing and snow shoeing.

My Great grandmother was from the Isle of Skye and I played in the International Bonspiel, Inverness, 2009.

I have been looking forward to The Strathcona Cup for 10 years after Miron Macyshyn (2009), Doug Brown (1999) and Jack Martin (1999) described what an incredible experience it was.