Recreation Nova Scotia’s January Newsletter

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Shared Strategy for Advancing Recreation in Nova Scotia Implementation Team

We would like to share this update of the work being done on the Shared Strategy: There is an implementation plan for the Shared Strategy and it needs to be led by a key group of folks from the recreation sector.  As you can see in the attached Terms of Reference, we’ve identified what the composition should look like as …

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You can now register for the 2016 Atlantic Recreation & Facilities Conference and Trade Show!

You can now register for the 2016 Atlantic Recreation & Facilities Conference and Trade Show! This year’s conference is being held at the Best Western Glengarry in Truro, Nova Scotia from April 6th to April 8th. See the links below to check out the sessions and register yourself! Sessions Registration Included in the Full Conference Package:  All sessions Nutrition breaks …

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Recreation for ALL Foundation’s Ball for ALL Event One Month Away!

1 month from today!!! Don’t delay! Get ready to dance the night away! Buy your tickets this way:https://recreationforall.ca/fundraisers/ Cash purchases can be made at the Bedford Hammonds Plains Community centre, Recreation Nova Scotia (Spring Garden Rd) or Tallahassee Recreation Centre (Eastern Passage)

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2016 ARFC – See What’s New!

Be sure to keep checking the 2016 Atlantic Recreation Facilities Conference and Trade Show website for program updates! Click here to check it out.

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Volunteer Recognition Items

We are pleased to make available a wide selection of attractive products to recognize the contributions and achievements of your volunteers. Recognition items are valuable in promoting your organization’s volunteer activities and programs. They are an excellent way of celebrating and paying tribute to your volunteers throughout the year during Provincial Volunteer Week. Volunteers continually contribute to the vitality of …

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Neighbours Helping Neighbours

Neighbours Helping Neighbours “Plow It Forward” is an initiative introduced in Lunenburg & Queens Counties. The purpose of the campaign is to encourage people to make a volunteer commitment to clear snow during the winter season for their neighbours who may be seniors or who may have a disability.   Snow presents an obstacle and burden that endangers the lives …

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FREE! Community Leadership Forum February 16

Hosted by the Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia – Central Region, this event is designed to look at what’s going on in our province these days, and how various forces might affect our sector. You can RSVP here.

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Stepping Up Conference 2015 – See it Unfold!

On June 16, 2015 Nova Scotians stepped up—more than 800 people across 12 locations, another 800+ watching online, and multiple partners from business, community and academia. Click here to see the video from the 2015 Stepping Up Conference!

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The 2016 Infrastructure Report Card – Important Results on Sport & Rec Facilities!

On January 18, 2016 the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) welcomed the release of the 2016 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card and applaud the inclusion of a chapter dedicated to assessing the state of municipal sport and recreation infrastructure in Canada. The results of the Report Card reinforce the messages that CPRA and all of its PT members have been delivering for years …

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