SANS Board Members (Well, some of them at least.) Jessica Flynn, Keith Maddison, Chris Burbidge(now out West but coming back to us), Reed Holmes, Matt Halasz, Justin Huston, Joel Rudolph (past coordinator)
SANS President Justin Huston
SANS Coordinator Iaian Archibald
Vice President – Vacant
Treasurer – Duncan Allan
Interim Secretary – Vacant
Social Events Coordinator – Keith Maddison
Contest Coordinator – Vacant
Membership Coordinator: Vacant
Webmaster – Reed Holmes
Members at Large:
Michelle Richards (Cape Breton)
Adam Rondelet (HRM)
Matthew Halasz (HRM/Graphic Design)
Nomination deadline extended to Dec. 18 for 2015 Volunteer Awards
Do you know a dedicated individual or group deserving of recognition for their extraordinary volunteer contributions in our community? The Halifax Regional Municipality is currently seeking nominations for its 2015 Volunteer Awards program, an annual program that puts a spotlight on residents that have made a difference in our communities by donating their time and skills to deliver various programs and services.
Nominations must be submitted no later than Thursday, Dec. 18, in one of three award categories: adult, youth (ages 13-19) and community group. Detailed nomination criteria and applications can be accessed online at www.halifax.ca/volunteerservices/awards or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Successful nominees will be notified in March and will be invited to attend an awards ceremony with the Mayor and members of Regional Council in April, to coincide with National Volunteer Week, April 12-18, 2015. From those selected to receive a Volunteer Award, ten representatives will be sent on to the Provincial Volunteer Awards.
People have asked about SANS’ position in regard to recent online discussions about sexism and surfing. SANS' mission is to build an inclusive, fun and respectful surf community. The objectification of women’s bodies in the surf industry doesn’t help achieve this mission.
We’ll be continuing with our various initiatives to create more room and support for women in the line-up, and we're keen to hear your ideas on what else SANS and others in the surf community can do to keep the momentum moving in the right direction. ... See MoreSee Less