A special thanks goes to our remarkable co-hosts, the KanoKai judo club.
The official results will be posted early in the week. We will also be soliciting your feedback on the changes that were implemented to improve the tournament.
We look forward to keeping this great momentum going through the rest of the Judo season!
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE 2014 PROVINCIALS RESULTS
Click here to view the latest information regarding the selection of the Canada Games team
Judo Nova Scotia hosted a well attended AGM on Saturday, October 4th. As it was an election year, we are happy to announce a new Executive Committee.
President: Chris Hattie
Vice President: David Steele
Treasurer: Ken Isnor
Government Liaison: Ben Zisserson
Club Liaison - Mainland: Mike Lavoie
Club Liaison - Cape Breton: Wayne Jenkins
Social Media/Promotions Coordinator - Jason Scott
Event Coordinator - Maxine Adams-Small
Fundraising Coordinator - Charlene Oliver
Past-President: Dave Anderson
Technical Director (Non-Elected): Scott Tanner
A special thanks to Dave Anderson who completed his term as President and has dedicated many years to overseeing the operations of judo in Nova Scotia as well as New Brunswick. Dave has put this current and future committees in a great position to be successful.
The results are basically in with a couple of pledges still to collect, but we are happy to say that we raised nearly $4000 in this year's campaign.
Congratulations to our top individual fundraiser, Emile Townsend from Hachikin Judo Greenwood, who raised $440. Emilie was presented with the top prize, a signed Amy Cotton Gi!
ATC was the top club fundraiser with $1377 in funds raiser. Their logo will appear on the JNS mats for the next tournament season.
Thank you to everyone who supported the event this year!
Following the cancellation of the 2014 Provincial Championships, Judo Nova Scotia committed to undertaking a comprehensive review of the Provincial Championships, and its tournament structure in general. As part of this process, a working group was established and has been tasked with providing recommendations for the future of provincials to the Judo Nova Scotia Executive at its August meeting. An overview of the approved recommendations will also be presented at the 2014 Annual General Meeting.
As part of its review process, the working group has developed a member survey. This survey will allow Judo Nova Scotia stakeholders to provide valuable insight into the direction they want to see the Provincial Championships take. The survey can be found at the following link:
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