St. Ann’s Bay Nabs Community Spirit Award

by Paul on March 14, 2011

in Blog

 

You’ve got to give credit where credit is due, and in this case, its to the community of St. Ann’s Bay. The town was awarded with the 2011 Lieutenant Governor’s Community Spirit Award last week, and the honor couldn’t be better placed. Cabot Shores has neighbored this shoreline town since our grand opening in 2004, and its always been a spot ripe with cultural experiences and good people. Happenings at the Gaelic College, the never-ending roster of community events, the town’s friendly flare and rural scenes– St. Ann’s goes above and beyond to cultivate happy experiences for all. The awards committee was won over by the strong, impressive and heartfelt stories shared by St. Ann’s people.

Honourable Mayann Francis, Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, will travel to the community in 2011 to present the Community Spirit Award. The date and nature of the celebration event is to be announced at a later date. Congratulations to the people of St. Ann’s Bay for creating such an active and happy place to be!

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nona macdonald-dyke August 2, 2011 at 12:58 pm

I wish to correct one point in your ad above. St. Ann’s Bay is not, nor ever has been a town. It’s an area encompassing at least twenty little communities in more than fifty kilometers.

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