The USWCA strives to promote the sport of curling throughout the United States and to enhance communication between our nation's Curling Clubs. One of the avenues the organization uses to provide direct communication is through Member Club Representatives. Each USWCA Club has an elected Representative and within each area one Representative serves as a Representative Liaison. There is also a liaison to arena clubs (clubs without dedicated curling ice). This helps to ensure direct communication and feedback, and aides in identifying areas where the USWCA can help and support its Member Clubs.
If you want additional information about becoming a USWCA Representative or would like to connect with a Representative Liaison, here is the information for your area:
- East Area: Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey,New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania
- Central Area: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee
- West I: Minnesota
- West II: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, Texas, Washington
- Arena: Arizona, California, Colorado, Indiana, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas