Curling (2009)Jerry Shoemaker has been active in curling as a player and an administrator, reaching the highest level possible as an executive when he was elected for a one year term as president of the Canadian Curling Association for 2005-2006. He began curling as a 10-year-old in Plunkett and moved to Saskatoon where he has been a member of Granite, Nutana and CN clubs. He was elected to the Granite board in 1982 and became its president in 1987-1988 year. He was the first president of Curl Saskatoon in 1990-1991. After serving on the Saskatchewan association board from 1998 to 2002, he was elected to the Canadian association board. He was an organizer, director or CCA liaison in successive order for the last three Briers to come to Saskatoon. He was also the CCA liaison to the World Curling Association and Olympic Games. He holds a life membership in the Saskatchewan association and was inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 2007.