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Harry Daemen, President, Nova Scotia Curling Association (NSCA), on behalf of the NSCA Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Virginia Jackson, as Executive Director of the Nova Scotia Curling Association effective September 1, 2016.


“Virginia joins the NSCA team with 30 years’ experience in our sport at all levels.  She has been a volunteer, a club Board member, has held various NSCA Board portfolios, as well as being a three-time Provincial champion in both Scotties and Mixed” says Daemen; adding that she has just returned victorious as a member of the Nova Scotia Women’s 55+ Team skipped by Colleen Pinkney, that won gold at the Canadian 55+ Canada Games held last week in Brampton, Ontario.


“This is my dream job,” says Jackson, “curling has always been my passion and now I have the opportunity to work with committed Board members who want to ensure the vitality and longevity of our sport.”  Virginia joins the NSCA with a business background in marketing, public relations, human resources and planning which will be an asset to the NSCA as we focus on our strategic plan.  She looks forward to working with all of our curling clubs, volunteers, Board members and other curlers.

New U21 Junior Ranking System

The Nova Scotia Curling Association is excited to announce the new Under 21 Junior Ranking System which will be used to qualify our top two men's teams and top two women's teams into the Under 21 Junior Provincial Championships sponsored by Mackie Moving Systems.  The details of the process can be found here.

 

Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials

Want a chance to be become an Olympian?  Registration for the 2018 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials is due by November 25, 2016.  The Registration Package which includes qualification and eligibility information, the team information/application form and the participation agreement can be found here.

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