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Brad and his girls with former N.S. Premier John Buchanan a year before his passing.

Brad volunteering and serving tea at the Fultz House Museum in Lower Sackville.

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Brad at the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Walce Lucas Center.

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Brad and Senator Michael MacDonald present Middle Sackville resident, Andy Conrad, with a Canada 150 Medal for volunteerism.

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Brad with Kinsmen and Kinette, Wade and Brenda Dooley, receiving their Clubs Life Membership Award. 

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Brad presenting his friend and former Councillor, Bob Harvey and his wife Carollyn, a Congratulatory  certificate on their 50th Anniversary.

Brad assisting with the Holy Trinity Churches

(St. John Vianney and Elizabeth Seton)    summer carnival.


Brad DJs annually for the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative 

Halifax Pride float.

Each year Brad helps a variety of community groups across the district by getting Santa to visit.

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Brad meeting with MLA Steve Craig and the HRM Councillors for coffee and review of local issues.

Brad and MLA Steve Craig at the official opening of the new Sackville Kent.

Brad receiving his Superintendent’s Citation as former Police Commission Chair.

Brad with food raised by Tinsel the Talking Christmas Tree in for Beacon House Foodbank.


Brad speaking at the official opening of the Fenerty Bandstand located at Acadia Park.

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Brad volunteering at Crime Stoppers annual Battle of the witts fundraiser with MLA Tim Halman and Councillors Blackburn and Mancini.

Brad supports the construction of the Cobequid Performing Arts Center located off the Middle Sackville 101 exit.

Each year Brad donates time to DJ a variety of community functions and fundraisers. One event is the Bedford - Sackville Special Olympics, which he has volunteered to do annually  for over 10 years.

Brad  presents Ray Smith and Don Flemming a check for $100,000 from the Sackville Landfill Compensation Account towards the construction of the Cobequid Performing Arts Center. A new $15 million dollar theater and school to be constructed in Middle Sackville.

Brad and members of Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of Sackville present Beacon House Foodbank Manager, Rod Rowlings, with a check for $13,000 raised by Tinsel the Talking Tree in 2015.

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