Supporting Lakeshore Curling Club's Nova Scotia Wheelchair Curling Champions, Team Horning in their Canadian Championship quest. With George Horning, Laughie Rutt, Stewart Slaunwhite, Steve Parfitt and Steve Auld.
It was a pleasure to present Acadia Recreation Club Society President Marjorie Hefler a $44,000 cheque to help in their continued efforts to make Sackville a wonderful place to live.
Former Councillor Bob Harvey and Former Mayor Peter Kelly present Melanie Bryant with the 2012 Citizenship Award
Mayor Mike Savage, Elisabeth Sanders and Councillor Steve Craig
Mayor Mike Savage, Dr. Susan Paynter and Councillor Steve Craig
Councillor Steve Craig with internationally acclaimed Nova Scotia artists and philanthropists Joseph Landry and Brian Gazeley, and fellow Rotarianat Ron Zwaagstra the Rotary Club of Sackville 1st Anniversary Charter Dinner January 19, 2013. A wonderful evening of "Service above Self".
The busts are of Jesus, HRH Queen Elizabeth II and Abraham Lincoln.
Councillor Steve Craig with Peter Stoffer, MP and members of the Scotland’s curling team and Lakeshore Curling Club members for their friendly Strathcona Cup matches at Sackville’s Lakeshore Curling Club on February 12, 2013. http://www.strathconacup100.ca/homepage2013.html
Great progress on Acadia Recreation Society's community garden behind Acadia Hall. This volunteer group is Sackville's longest serving and still very active making Sackville a great place to live.
Lake District Recreation Association (LDRA) volunteers working Sunday evening bingo at the Sackville Bingo Centre on First Lake Drive. Funds raised help support community causes.
Thank you to September's SBA meet & greet hosts Angel and Phillip Hong, owners of Hong's Kitchen.
At GoodLife Fitness Grand Opening Party. Here with GoodLife Fitness employees Stephanie Mitro and Garry Levere, Divisional Manager.
2012 Cobequid Community Health Centre Foundation, with Stacey Chapman, Kevin Pelley, Ondra MacLean and Alan Billard.
Honoured to be among the recipients of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in commemoration of the Queen's assention to the throne and our contribututions to Canada - with Bill Gard, Wade Dooley and Peter Stoffer
Fultz House Tuesday Tea crew, hosts and guest - with Sharon Borsh, Elmer Grove and Paul Russell.
At September 19th official launch of the Canadian Cancer Society NSD Daffodil Place Capital Campaign. As a member of the Board and Campaign Cabinet, I'm very humbled and proud to be associated with so many wonderful and dedicated volunteers, staff, survivors and donors. Shown here with Brigid Savage (campaign director) and cabinet colleague Marsha Sobey.(Oncology Clinic) Welcome to the new Oncology Clinic at Cobequid Community Health Centre. After much cooperation and collaboration, the clinic is now open, and provides new consultations and follow-up. Here with Stacey Chapman (CCHCF), and staff Tracey Cameron, Jodie Trembley, Helen Searle RN, and medical oncologist Dr. Daniel Rayson.
Congratulations to Dr. Lisa Richard on the Grand Opening of Scotia Chiropractic at 579 Sackville Dr.
Getting ready for Karaoke Cures IV: An evening of karaoke in support of Canadian Cancer Society Research. With Thom Brown, Michelle Holley, Laurie The Guy, and Paulette Furlong.
With fellow Sackville Rivers Association members Arthur, Walter, Stan (trail designer), and Richard reopening the Dennis Bicknell bridge on the Bedford-Sackville greenway trail.
Welcome to Lower Sackville, HRM District 15.
At Sackville Business Association Business Breakfast with keynote speaker entrepreneur Paul Leblanc of Extreme Group, and Peter McNeil of Salvatore Insurance Brokers.
Wade Dooley receives Sackville Kinsmen recognition from Alan Mackinnon and Scott Forbes for being an outstanding community volunteer. This year Wade was Sackville Volunteer of the Year, Kinsman of the Year, and received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. Congratulations Wade.
Sackville Heritage Park and Cenotaph was spruced up by HRM staff for Remembrance Day.
Councillor Craig with Joe Dougherty for unveiling of a plaque marking new cultural district signage for Halifax's historic Irishtown.
Flag raising at Grand Parade proclaiming November 2012 as "Movember" in the Halifax Regional Municipality