Hall of Fame

Inductions

Stick Curling Award Stars

Welcome to our brand new Hall of Fame where we will honour those who have achieved excellence in Nova Scotia Stick Curling. Here you can view the classifications below and download the nomination form.

INDUCTEES

 

Name of INDUCTEE

2020

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INDUCTEE BIO

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Name of INDUCTEE

2020

details

INDUCTEE BIO

bio here

Criteria & Forms

Award Classifications:

There are three (3) potential classifications under which a stick curler can be inducted into the NSSCA Hall of Fame:

  1. Builder
  2. Team
  3. Curler

Builder is defined as an individual who has made a significant contribution towards the development, promotion and advancement of stick curling in Nova Scotia. This classification is not restricted to but may include board members, executives, other groups/associations/ individuals associated with curling, media personnel, sponsors, officials or coaches.

Team is defined as a two person stick curling team that have played multiple years together.

Curler is defined as an individual stick curler who may have played with multiple stick curling partners.

Basic Eligibility Requirements:

The following criteria should be considered when determining eligibility for induction into the NSSCA Hall of Fame:

Builder:

Must have made a major contribution to the development and advancement of stick curling in Nova Scotia.
This may include persons who have served as officers of NSSCA (or club organizations) and have rendered exceptional service to the sport of stick curling.
This may include others that by their assistance, sponsorship or other valued contributions have furthered the development of the sport of stick curling.

Team:

The following criteria will be considered for inducting a team:

The two-person team will be chosen on the basis of their playing ability, sportsmanship and character. The team will have achieved distinction, be known for a high level of excellence and have performed in a manner that brings honour to stick-curling in Nova Scotia.

Specific criteria to consider:

  1. have won a Canadian stick curling championship
  2. have won a Maritime stick curling championship
  3. have won multiple Nova Scotia stick curling championships

 

Curler:

The following criteria will be considered for inducting a curler:

A curler will be chosen on the basis of their playing ability, sportsmanship and character. The curler will have achieved distinction, be known for a high level of excellence and have performed in a manner that brings honour to stick-curling in Nova Scotia.

Specific criteria to consider:

  1. have won a Canadian stick curling championship
  2. have won a Maritime stick curling championship
  3. have won multiple Nova Scotia stick curling championships

The committee should consider the above noted criteria but may also consider other factors, both positive and negative, in arriving at their recommendations.

Stick curlers in any of the above categories can be active or inactive in curling at the time of nomination.

Nominations may include stick curlers living or deceased.
A deceased person may be a candidate for selection to the NSSCA Hall of Fame and, if so selected, shall be inducted posthumously.
An selected member shall be enrolled posthumously if they die between the date of selection and enrollment.

Nominations may include stick curlers who are, or have been, residents of Nova Scotia.

A person resident outside of Nova scotia who has made an outstanding contribution to stick curling may be considered if their contribution (national or internationally) has impacted stick curling in Nova Scotia.

Members of the NSSCA Board of Directors cannot be inducted into the Hall of Fame “Builder” category while still serving on the Board.

Nominations:

The Honours Committee shall solicit nominations from Nova Scotia stick curlers or curling clubs in Nova Scotia.

All nominations shall be made in writing to the Honours Committee Chairperson and shall contain all of the required information, including a picture and materials to support the selection criteria that will be considered.

The Honours Committee shall prescribe the form of the nomination and all nominations submitted shall be in accordance with the prescribed form. The prescribed form must be approved by the NSSCA Board of Directors.

If the Honours Committee are not happy with the information contained in the nomination form or the supporting material, the committee chairperson shall request the nominator to supply the needed additional information deemed necessary.

Any nominations not selected for inductions in the current year will be kept and considered for induction in subsequent years, up to a maximum of (5) five years.

Submission Deadline:

All nominations must be received no later than December 1.

Completed forms should be submitted to:

Nova Scotia Stick Curling Association
Honours Committee
24 Taylor Drive
Windsor Junction, NS
B2T 1K7

 

 

Contact

To send an email to the current NSSCA chair, please use the form below.

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