For Yarmouth Recreation, masks will be required when entering all Indoor facilities and Washrooms at: Lake Milo Boat Club, Rotary Centre (Hebron Recreation Complex), Janet Smith Soccer Clubhouse & Public Washrooms at Gateway Park, Broadbrook Park and Hebron Recreation Complex. They must also be worn in porta-potties at various sport field locations.*Please remember to keep 6 ft apart, sanitize hands and watch for floor markings and signs in buildings.
We need your help!! We are planning once again for the 43rd Annual Yarmouth County Athletic Awards Ceremony.
Can you please let us know about any teams/individuals that have won at Provincials or Higher in the past year?
We are also looking for nominations for Special Awards:
“Somewhere behind the athlete you’ve become and the hours of practice and the coaches who have pushed you, is a little girl who fell in love with the game and never looked back… play for her.” – Mia Hamm
□ Male & Female Athlete of the Year
□ Male & Female Youth Athlete of the Year
□ Male & Female Coach of the year
□ Male & Female Official of the Year
□ Male & Female Fair Play Award
□ Male & Female Volunteer of the Year
43rd Annual Yarmouth County Athletic Awards Ceremony, November 29th at École secondaire de Par-en-Bas.
Each year since 1976, coaches, athletes, sport volunteers and officials have been recognized for their outstanding achievements at our annual Yarmouth County Athletic Awards. Yarmouth County athletes, volunteers, coaches, officials and teams that have attained a provincial title in a sport or who have distinguished themselves in a specific sport at the University, College, Atlantic, or National level.
Please contact Yarmouth Recreation at 742-8868 email@example.com
or the Argyle Recreation Department at 648-3379 firstname.lastname@example.org for nomination or more information.
Complete the form below or download the nomination form here!
This information is required for program purposes so please be very specific with the information.
Yarmouth County Community Health Board Wellness Funds – What are they used for?
On Tuesday, March 5th the Yarmouth County Community Health Board met to celebrate the community organizations whose projects were approved for wellness funds.
Funds support local non-profit groups in developing healthy communities. Wellness Funds are available to support projects that
advance community health board priorities and use a population health-based
approach in addressing the social determinants of health such as income, education, social supports, early childhood
development, etc. Grant funding is part of the NSHA annual operating
Many community organizations, small and large received wellness fund assistance for their programs. Watch for Yarmouth County to become a healthier, happier place to live, work and play in part due to the work of these groups and individuals:
Acadia First Nation Native Women’s Group
Acadia First Nation Youth Centre
Families caring for a loved one with an eating disorder
Consent Film Fest committee – Schools Plus
Ecoles Plus – CSAP Argyle
Jeux de l’Acadie – Par-en-Bas
Schools Plus – Yarmouth County
South West Nova Dental Hygiene Study Club
Southwest Employment Services
Canadian Mental Health Association – Southwest Nova Branch
The Friends of Ellenwood Park
Western Counties Regional Library
Yarmouth County Learning Network
YMCA of Yarmouth
Non-profit community groups and organizations that have been together for a minimum of six months and are able to receive, manage and track funding can apply. This includes groups associated with Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) and the Nova Scotia Regional Centers for Education (formally known as school boards). Grants typically range anywhere from $250 to $3000. Larger requests may be considered on a case by case basis. The application period for Wellness Funds will reopen in Summer/Fall of 2019. Additional information on Wellness Funds may be found here or contact your local CHB Coordinator.