History

NameLocationPhone #
President:Peter SwinkelsBelmont902-664-8508
Vice-President:David HarrisonParrsboro902-216-1105
Past President:Jeff OrrAntigonish902-870-1578
WBANA Representative:John CameronNew Glasgow902-922-3518
Directors:Don MingoNew Glasgow902-759-0075
Peter Van DykCaledonia902-682-7115
Neil ErbParrsboro902-219-3230
Mark AustinOld Barns902-956-2711
Samantha CheneyUpper Musquodoboit902-957-0534
James FullertonSouthampton902-254-4250
Ron WeltonBass River902-893-0847
CommitteeNameLocationPhone #
Finance:Neil ErbParrsboro902-219-3230
Research:Jeff OrrAntigonish902-870-1578
Promotion:Alice PugsleyFive Islands902-254-2842

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WBPANS Recognition Book

Following is a list of inductees into the WBPANS Recognition Book:

DAVID SEYMOUR DICKINSON
KARL LAURENCE DICKINSON
CLARENCE CHARLES LOGAN
CHESLEY WALSH
WILLIAM BLACK WELLS
GORDON BARSS KINSMAN
ENDEL A. KARMO
CARVELL LORENZO STONEHOUSE
KENNETH VERE CANNING
FRED THOMAS ARMSTRONG
CAMPBELL MITCHELL MCLEAN
TERRENCE ALEXANDER MEISTER
JOHN THOMAS MACAULAY
CLAYTON LORRISON GRAHAM
ROGER STUART BACON
IVAN VICTOR HALL
RAYMOND JOSEPH CAMERON
JOHN PETER THOMSON
BLANCHE INA CREELMAN

ROBERT HOLESWORTH BURGESS
GEORGE WALTER WOOD
DOUGLAS R. BRAGG
CURTIS ALBERT ERB
ROY ALLISON HOEG
KLAUS JENSEN – 2004
JACK SIBLEY – 2011
CASE VAN DYK – 2011
RONALD (BUD) WEATHERHEAD – 2012
KEITH CROWE – 2012
JOHN BRAGG – 2013
DAVID SANGSTER – 2014
PAUL HILDEBRAND – 2016
DAVID YARBOROUGH – 2016
JOHN & CHARLOTTE MATTIE – 2017
RALPH TAYLOR – 2018
JIM & JUDY BURGESS – 2019

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