Nova Scotia adds two new schools to Golf in Schools

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(Claus Andersen/ Golf Canada)

Golf Central and HBM Integrated, two Nova Scotia owned and operated businesses, have teamed up to donate National Golf in Schools kits (NGIS) to two deserving schools in Nova Scotia.

Hebbville Academy was the recipient of a National Golf in Schools Kit donated by HBM Integrated. This school has over 500 students from grades primary to nine and won the Golf in Schools kit via winning a draw from all entries of schools attending the Sport Nova Scotia Milk Sports Fair held in in Bridgewater. PGA Professional Andrew Noseworthy assisted in delivery of the program by conducting classes for 100 students.

Waverley Memorial Elementary School received a National Golf in Schools Kit courtesy of Golf Central. This school has approximately 350 students from grades primary to six and was visited by PGA of Canada Professional Mike Timmons. More than 200 students of all ages participated in balancing and posture exercises along with putting and full swing drills.

HBM Integrated Technology Inc. provides business management and accounting solutions to companies in a wide variety of industries in Atlantic Canada and beyond.

Golf Central is a locally owned and operated golf retail store in Bayers Lake Industrial Park. It has built its success on selling brand name golf products at competitive prices while, at the same time, keeping quality customer service and satisfaction its number one goal.