Leadership forum sets goals

BIBLE HILL – Sport and recreation enthusiasts have set goals for the province following a sport leadership forum. More than 100 people gathered for the day-long event on June 8 at Dalhousie University’s Agricultural Campus in Bible Hill, N.S. It was hosted by a group called reSPORT whose mission is to continue to accelerate positive...

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Summer Street scramble golf raises $294,252

ABERCROMBIE — It was a day of true celebration last Friday at the Abercrombie Country Club during the 25th annual Summer Street Scramble. When all pledge sheets were tabulated, golfers weathered the rain and combined to raise a whopping $294,252 in support of Summer Street. Summer Street Society vice-president Rae Gunn, a first-time golfer at...

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He was small but popular

How very appropriate! As the hockey world paid tribute to one of its most beloved players, goaltender Johnny Bower, Pictou County lost one of its own favourites from the same 1950s and ’60s era with the passing of Billy Billick. In his playing days, Billick’s name was usually associated with adjectives such as short, slender...

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