Check out the February 2019 Balance newsletter by Morneau Shepell for tips on family, health and more!
Check-out the December 2018 Balance newsletter from Morneau Shepell! Lots of great tips on family life, health and more!
Congratulations to all of our talented winners!!
Check out the winning videos on our Farm Safety YouTube channel and keep an eye on our social media to learn how you can get your own Farm Safety Nova Scotia 2019 Calendar featuring all the winning drawings!!
Calendar Drawing Contest Winners
Carson, 5, Cumberland County
Carrie, 7, Cumberland County
Michael, 7, Yarmouth County
Courtney, 9, Hants County
Taylor, 9, Digby County
Alaura, 10, Annapolis County
Ashley, 10, Hants County
Cameron, 10, Yarmouth County
Kyle, 10, Colchester County
Emily, 11, Hants County
Wyatt, 13, Yarmouth County
Video Contest Winners
1st Prize– Laura, 16, Lunenburg County
2nd Prize– Lucas, 9, Lunenburg County
At the close of the Farm Safety Nova Scotia Annual Meeting held on November 30th at the Glengarry Best Western, two new directors were elected to the Board on 3-year terms, Katie Keddy and Leonie DeWaal. Lauren Park was appointed as the 2019 NSFA Executive Representative.
Leaving the board on completion of their terms are Donna Langille and Brenna Koneczny, along with Amanda Eisses, as past NSFA Executive Rep. We thank all three for their contributions to the organization!
Following the Annual Meeting, the Board held its restructure meeting. Elected officers for the upcoming year are David Powers, President; David Newcombe, Vice-President; and Lloyd Dyck, Treasurer and Corporate Secretary. Trevor Forbes remains on the Board as Past President.
With a great group of Directors, we are looking forward to working on your behalf to support safe, healthy and productive farms!