THE COLLEEN JONES CURLING RINK

THE COLLEEN JONES CURLING RINK The Colleen Jones foursome dominated the sport of curling provincially, nationally, and on the world scene like no other rink from 1999 to 2004. The rink consisting of lead Nancy Delahunt, second Mary-Anne Arsenault, third Kim Kelly, and skip Colleen Jones, who proved to be the most dominant curling rink […]

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Tom McClusky (1924-2012)

Tom McCluskey was a top-notch amateur boxer, winning all 35 amateur and professional fights, in an 11 year career interrupted by WWII, where he suffered a double-skull fracture serving in the Navy, an injury which eventually ended his career in 1948. At age 18 he also won the Maritime Command Fleet Boxing title, and held […]

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The Launch of our “Helping Kids Play Sports” program

PRESS: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Sept 21, 2015) The Maritime Sport Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the launch of its “Helping Kids Play Sports” program. The program, a cornerstone of the hall’s constitution and its commitment to helping the less fortunate youngsters who wish to participate in sports, will provide financial assistance to deserving […]

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Creation of the Hall of Fame

Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to a very special day in Maritime sport for today is the day that we officially and formally announcement the creation of the Maritime Sport Hall of Fame. From a casual conversation over coffee somet 5 years ago, Gord MacInnis and Frank Mitchell pondered a question: Why is there not a […]

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Formal Opening

Formal Opening The formal opening of the Maritime Sport Hall of Fame was announced today at a press conference held at its home, the BMO Centre, in Bedford, N.S. The formation of the Maritime hall began approximately five years ago when a small group of sport-minded Haligonians pondered why a centre recognizing the best in […]

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