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Natasha Gribbon


Natasha Gribbon has been an active member of the Granite Club for 20 years. She was introduced to the sport of curling over 30 years ago and it has been a part of her life ever since.  Her dedication and love of the sport has become evident through her various volunteer positions at the Club, including League President, Board Secretary and Director of Statistics to name a few. Her knowledge of the sport afforded her the opportunity to assist with the Women’s Worlds in 2018 and the Grand Slam of Curling in 2019 and it’s her passion for the sport that drives her interest to stay involved on and off the ice. Now, in her current role, she is focused on continuing to support the ongoing work already underway and she is honoured to be voted in as the new President. Along with her experience, she brings with her a fresh perspective and a drive to support ideas and initiatives to make the Granite Club the most successful curling club in Northern Ontario. Outside of the club, she is a Senior Policy Advisor with the Ontario Government and a proud mother of two.


Mackenzie Daley
Vice President

Mackenzie is excited to be returning to the board in the position of Vice President. As a long time member of the club, Mackenzie has represented North Bay at multiple Women’s, Mixed and Mixed Doubles Provincial Playdowns. She has volunteered with our many club events including the Grand Slam of Curling in 2019 and the Women’s Worlds in 2018. In her spare time she is a Regional Advocate for Cystic Fibrosis Canada, and volunteers with Heritage Gardeners maintaining our beautiful waterfront along Lake Nipissing. She works full-time at Nipissing University as an Athletic Therapist with Varsity Athletics and is a student there completing her Master of Science in Kinesiology. Mackenzie enjoys being active with yoga, StrongNationTM, and especially curling.

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Jeffrey King

Jeffrey has been a recreational curler at the North Bay Granite Club for approximately the past 10 years and is joining the Board of Directors for the second time. Jeff and his Wife Meagan have soon to be 3 kids, Nolan, Lukas and their third child coming December 2022. Jeff is currently working as a Finance Manager for the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services responsible for the financial oversight of programming across Northern Ontario.


Kendra Clarke

Kendra has been an active member of the Granite Club for the last 4 years.  She was inspired to join ‘Learn to Curl’ after volunteering with the Ford World Women’s International Curling Championship and fell in love with the sport. She continues to volunteer with Club events, including the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling in 2019 and 2022. 
As the Senior Development Officer at the North Bay Regional Health Centre Foundation, Kendra is one of four Certified Fundraising Executives (CFRE) in North Bay. She is passionate about the charitable sector, from fundraising to organizational management and leadership. She is grateful to be surrounded by generosity every day and to see the impact our community has on charities in our region. 
Kendra’s other hobbies include, hiking with her dog Banjo, scuba diving, traveling, and home renovations.

Cindy Pattenden

Director of Programming & Communications

Cindy has been a member of the Granite Club for the past eight years after starting out in the Rookie League. Cindy is also a certified Volleyball Official and active member of the North Bay Ladies Volleyball League where, for the past nineteen years, she has served in executive roles such as Vice-President, President, and is currently the Ladies League Coordinator.


Some of Cindy's other hobbies include camping, hiking, ready, travelling and baking!

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