Agenda for CNSA AGM Saturday June 27, 2020

CNSA LogoHere are the Agenda and Appendices for the CNSA AGM, to be held June 27, 2019 at 4PM EST. To attend at that time, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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Connecting to CNSA Annual General Meeting June 27, 4PM EST

To attend the CNSA AGM on June 27, 2020 at 4 PM EST, go to the following link (click on the following link) to join the meeting: https://meet.google.com/jrs-ydfm-ekd

On May 29, 2020, we posted the Notice Of Meeting on this website: “The CNSA Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Saturday June 27th at 4:pm. Due to the COVID19 restrictions all our shuffleboard play activities have been cancelled, but we will still be able to have our AGM by using the Google Meet facility. This will allow CNSA members to attend the AGM via a computer or smart-phone. Anyone unable to attend by this method may call Jim Corbeil at 519-290-4400.

NOte Above 4 PM is Eastern Standard Time (EST).Today (Sunday June 7th) CNSA President Jim Corbeil held a “Test” meeting using the Google Meet facility to allow everyone to test this new facility. The test was successful, and without significant problems, so we can proceed with the AGM June 27th 4 PM EST using the Google Meet facility.

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New picture of Jim and Ellie Crowell in Notice of the 2021 Inter-Provincial.

From Jim Corbeil –

The 2021 Inter-Provincial (IP), is to be held June 21-25. 2021, and will be hosted by the Bluenose Shuffleboard Club in Bridgewater Nova Scotia at the Bridgewater Curling Club.

The CNSA wants to thank, Jim and Ellie Crowell, from Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, for all their hard work in putting together this prestigious  event.

Each province will be allowed 4 teams (two men’s and two women’s), each team to have four players. Applications will be coming out later this year.

Contacts: Jim and Ellie Crowell, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. email ejcrowell47@gmail.com

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Notice of 2020 CNSA Annual General Meeting

The CNSA Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Saturday June 27th at 4:pm. Due to the COVID19 restrictions all our shuffleboard play activities have been cancelled, but we will still be able to have our AGM by using the Google Meet facility. This will allow CNSA members to attend the AGM via a computer or smart-phone. Anyone unable to attend by this method may call Jim Corbeil at 519-290-4400.

For many of us, this may be a first time using Google Meet, and Jim Corbeil has a test meeting beforehand to allow us to become more familiar with this form of meeting. The test meeting is scheduled for Sunday June 7th at 4pm.

Further instructions for both meetings will be posted here on the CNSA website.

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Welcome Carol Klem as CNSA Director, Manitoba.

We have a new Director for Manitoba, Carol Klem. Welcome, Carol, I know you will be a great asset to the CNSA.
Jim Corbeil President CNSA

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Sad News about Geordie Archer

Geordie Archer has passed away after a long battle with cancer. Geordie was a member of the Coldwater Shuffleboard Club. He enjoyed playing and competing in the game. Geordie was always at the shuffleboard club working on the courts and assisting in every way he could. Carol, his wife is the President of the Coldwater Shuffleboard Club. Our thoughts and Prayers go out to his wife Carol and the Archer family.

Jim Corbeil, President CNSA

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We Welcome new CNSA Directors

Jim Corbeil, CNSA President
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A message from CNSA President Jim Corbeil
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I want to welcome Melody and George Potter to the CNSA Board of Directors. Melody and George are going to be the British Columbia Directors for the CNSA.
I am looking forward to working with them and I am sure all the Board of Directors will be happy to have them on the board.
Thank you to Jane Chalmers for her contribution as Director. Jane and Don live on Vancouver Island and there is no shuffleboard in their area and Jane thought she should step down as BC Director. Thank you to Jane for her work over the years.
Melody and George are well known in the shuffleboard world, They live in Cranbrook BC. They have played in several ISA Tournaments in Norway and England.
Thank you Melody and George.
Best Regards.
Jim Corbeil President CNSA
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Video of Canada – Honouring our First Responders.

Jim Corbeil had sent this impressive video to me. As it is very a-pro-po, I requested, and readily obtained, permission to post it on our CNSA website.

From: James and Marlene Corbeil

I wanted to send you this video that my daughter Deb and husband made to honour our health care workers here in Canada.
I’m so proud to be a Canadian and it brings tears to my eyes and thought I’d share it with you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNJhfaYp7hc

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Prayers for those we lost in Nova Scotia

Our Hearts; Our Thoughts, Our prayers are with residents of Nova Scotia as they remember and pay respect to the RCMP Officer and at least 17 other citizens who lost their lives in Canada’s largest mass killing ever.

The 12-hour rampage started late on Saturday and ended with a car chase. Police said the suspect shot people at different locations in Nova Scotia, many of them randomly. He was killed in a confrontation with police.
For ALL Canadian Shuffleboard Players our deepest sympathies go out to the people of Nova Scotia

Jim Corbeil, President CNSA.

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Sad News From Coldwater Shuffleboard Club

From Gary Pipher through Jim Corbeil –
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I have to inform that you we have lost four Coldwater Shuffleboard Members in a very short time.
Elizabeth and Lyle Fox died last week from the Coronavirus.
Marilyn Graves and Wilson Davy also past away earlier this month.
Lyle was on the Coldwater Executive Board for several years.
Thank you to Gary Pipher for passing on this sad news.
Jim Corbeil
President CNSA
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