McEwan, Margeson and McLean Nominated for the 2019 Support4Sport Awards

McEwan, Margeson and McLean 
Nominated for the 2019 Support4Sport Awards
The NSGA is pleased to announce that three of our members have been nominated for the 2019 Support4Sport Awards. The Support4Sport Award is the largest sport recognition event in Nova Scotia.  Hosted by Sport Nova Scotia, approximately 200 athletes, coaches, officials, sponsors, volunteers and community sport associations from across the province are recognized for their accomplishments.
The 2019 Support4Sport Awards ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 1st at the Halifax Convention Centre.

Doug McEwan – Volunteer of the Year 
Doug has been involved with the Nova Scotia Golf Association (NSGA) for the past 21 years both as an official and as a member of the Board of Directors. He has held almost every position on the NSGA board including that of Vice-President, President, Past President and Rules Chair. He was appointed to the provincial council of Golf Canada in 2009 and recently received a distinguished service award from the NSGA.
Shaun Margeson – Junior Male Athlete of the Year
Shaun was the 2018 MCT Insurance men’s amateur champion, the 2018 COBA/PUMA junior boys champion and finished T60 at the Canadian Junior Boys Championship. While a sophomore at the College of Coastal Georgia he played for their men’s golf team.
Heather McLean – Junior Female Athlete of the Year 
Heather was the 2018 Nova Scotia Golf Association (NSGA) Women’s Amateur Champion and the 2018 COBRA/PUMA Junior Girl’s Champion. She’s been a member of the NSGA junior provincial team from 2015 and has represented Nova Scotia at the Junior Girl’s Canadian National Championship. Heather finished T4 at the 2018 Future Links Quebec Championship and was a freshman member on the Wagner College women’s golf team.
About Support4Sport
Support4Sport was introduced in 2006 by the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (formally the Nova Scotia Provincial Lotteries and Casino Corporation). Funds are raised through the sale of designated lottery products. Every time one of these products is sold, 100% of the proceeds go to help Nova Scotians get in the game. Since its inception this program has helped raise over $39 million which helps to develop community and provincial sport programs and to provide training and development opportunities for amateur athletes, coaches and officials. The allocation of Support4Sport funding is managed by our program partner, Sport Nova Scotia.