World Rotary Curling Championships
The International Curling Fellowship of Rotarian's, World Championships were held in Aberdeen, Scotland, in April, 2014.  This was the 22nd Championship. It was hosted by the Rotary Club Aberdeen St Fittick.  The organising committee of the event was under the able leadership of Chairman, John Bremner.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen, John Adams was able to attend several of the functions of the week long event. 
 
The next Championships of the Curling Fellowship will be held in Grande Prairie AB Canada, in 2016.
 
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The following teams qualified for the 2014 Championships in Aberdeen
 
USA
Madison, Wisconsin - Skip Paul Matzke  Vice Rich Lepping  Second Jim Sirianni  Lead Ted Tibbits
Barron County Sunrise, Wisconsin - Skip Don Drost  Vice Jason Saffert  Second Andrew Morrison  Lead Tony Davis 5th Dean Springer
Rogers Ark. - Skip Mark Curtis  Vice Wayne Garman  Second Ken Miller  Lead John Zimmerman
 
Scotland
Forfar - Skip Andy McGlynn Vice David Russell Second Mike Cumming Lead Colin Muir 5th David Stobbs
Perth  - Skip Aley Milne Vice Hamish Milne Second Bill Duncan Lead Alistair Ritchie
Aberdeen St. Fittick - Skip George Esson Vice John Bremner Second Neil Harper Lead John Leheny
 
Canada
Stettler, Alberta - Skip Neil Connor  Vice Collin Georget  Second Rene Bernard  Lead Brian Sribney
Stoney Plain, Alberta - Skip Graham Anderson  Vice Jason Svenningsen Second Allan Pawlowich  Lead Ken Tober  
Niagara Falls Sunrise, Ontario - Skip Dennis Gilmore  Vice Howie Vant  Second Peter Feren  Lead Jim Sissons
Peterborough, Ontario - Skip Avlonitis  Vice Ken Seim  Second Jim Coyle  Lead Joe Kapron
 
England
 
Berwick upon Tweed - Skip Cameron Martin Vice Ian McCreath Second Grant Findlay Lead Peter Walton 5th Ken Chalmers
 
 
 
Ten Friendship teams were registered for the championships.
 The Friendship teams are from: Scotland - Leith, Lockerbie, Inverness and Ayr.  Canada - Peterborough Kawartha, Meaford and Thornbury-Clarksburg, Grimsby, Grande Prairie Sunrise, and Brantford Sunrise.  USA - Silver Springs.