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Karen Hennigar is a Canadian curler from Truro, Nova Scotia. She is a Gold Medal winner at the 2010 World Senior Curling Championships in Chelyabinsk, Russia and a Gold Medal winner at the 2009 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Summerside, PEI.
In 1988, Hennigar played in her first
Scott Tournament of Hearts, playing lead for Judy Burgess. In 2003, she made her second Hearts' appearance as fifth player for Nancy McConnery.
Hennigar played second for skip Colleen Pinkney at the
2009 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Summerside, PEI by defeating British Columbia in the final. The team (Colleen Pinkney, Wendy Currie, Karen Hennigar, Susan Creelman, Judy Burgess) went on to represent Canada at the 2010 World Senior Curling Championships in Chelyabinsk, Russia where they won Gold over Switzerland to take home Canada's 6th World Senior Curling Championship title.