Weekly Winners

Winners - Week 4

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Shelburne EHS 

Nominated by Shelby Davies, "They are walking into situations that they need to make life and death decisions all the while worrying about being infected themselves. Truly selfless heroes."
Also nominated by Lisa Hushard, "for all you do to take care of us & keep us all safe. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!!!"

Therese Cruz 

Nominated by Andrea Huskilson-Townsend, "I would like to nominate, Shelburne Regional High School host families for the Nova Scotia International Student Program. These host families have opened their homes to students throughout the years who want to study at Shelburne Regional High School and live in rural Nova Scotia. Since the onset of CoVID-19 in Nova Scotia, they have been doing many activities at home to keep their students busy, and up to date on their school work. During this stressful, rapidly evolving time, these host families are taking care of these students, comforting them, and ensuring their safety."

Shelburne Volunteer Fire Department - Ladies Auxiliary

Nominated by Lisa Hushard, "for all you do to take care of us & keep us all safe. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!!!"

Winners - Week 3

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Karen Slack

Nominated by Lisa Hushard, "she leaves the safety of her family & home and comes to work each day for us. She always greets you with a smile and a freshly washed grocery cart. Thank you for all you do!!"

Kate Turner & Seth Renaud

Nominated by Andrea Huskilson-Townsend, "I would like to nominate, Shelburne Regional High School host families for the Nova Scotia International Student Program. These host families have opened their homes to students throughout the years who want to study at Shelburne Regional High School and live in rural Nova Scotia. Since the onset of CoVID-19 in Nova Scotia, they have been doing many activities at home to keep their students busy, and up to date on their school work. During this stressful, rapidly evolving time, these host families are taking care of these students, comforting them, and ensuring their safety."

Teri Lynn Bond

Nominated anonymously, "She is a ray of sunshine on your darkest days. She can turn any situation around & have you laughing in know time. She lights up every room she walks into. She has a heart of gold and children flock to her as they can see her beautiful loving heart shining through."

Winners - Week 2

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Arron George

Nominated by Karen Harris, "he is an independent distributor for Agropur. Aaron gets up very early to deliver milk to areas of Shelburne and Barrington. He has a young son at home and a daughter on the way. He even delivers on weekends, if a necessity is made. He works very hard to support his wife and young family"

Shelly Smith

Nominated anonymously, "She and her husband committed to their self isolation like champs , all the whole Shelley continued to make videos to lift the spirits of her community"

MaryJane Crowell

Nominated by Myrtle DeMings, "for always being a good friend, she delivers me meals and runs my errands and takes the time to have a chat - at a safe distance though"

Winners - Week 1

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Jazmyn Whynott

Nominated by Tina Whynott, "She works at Sobeys and is doing her best everyday to provide service to customers. She goes to work with a smile even though she is scared inside."

Candace Saunders

Nominated anonymously "for her endurance and strength through this very difficult situation. Candace is not only an essential worker but also a great mom to her wonderful family"

Kasey DeMings

Nominated by Jackie Race, "I would like to nominate Kasey Demings, last week he put on the local covid pandemic site that he had lobsters available for free for isolated seniors, it was amazing he waited at the wharf for pick up I was able to get two for my neighbor who was thrilled, I am not sure how many pounds he gave away but it was a very generous act"