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Lunenburg Rowing Club

Five years ago, The Lunenburg Yacht Club introduced rowing as a means to grow their participation. Today, the club has nearly 40 members and a new program was recently launched offering sailing and rowing under the same membership.

“The application process is straight-forward and the funds we have received have been essential to building our program” said Lunenburg Rowing Club founder, Karen Kinley. Kinley says there’s a direct coloration between the funding and their growing participation. “Our membership has grown mostly because of the increased and improved equipment we can offer to our rowers.” Sport Fund provided the organization with the financial support required to purchase and maintain equipment and build outdoor boat storage.

Sport Fund supports the growth of sport at the community level by relieving the financial stress associated with start-up costs and equipment. To learn more about how Sport Fund can help your organization, click here

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Sport Projects Coordinator Sport Nova Scotia

One-year maternity leave

Sport Nova Scotia is seeking a highly-organized, self-starter with excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a multi-project environment to fill the term position of Sport Projects Coordinator. Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Events and the Director of Sport, the Sport Projects Coordinator is responsible for coordinating special events and programs including the Milk Sport Fair, the Nova Scotia Amateur Sport Fund and annual fundraising campaigns.

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Cleve’s Source for Sports Athlete of the Month for September announced

(Halifax, October 26, 2018)- Gabrielle Levesque and Pier-Alexandre Hudon are the Team of the Month for September. The Halifax duo competed at the international competition, Cup of Austria in Linz from August 29 until September 1. Levesque and Hudon skated two personal best programs earning them a total of 126.61 points. The pair placed eighth overall, and their performance earned them a spot at Czech Skate where they earned 11th  place later that month. READ MORE
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