Meet the 2017 S.W.A.G. Team!

Brendan Gamache – HABA Student: Brendan is a university student at Dal and has lived in Hubbards for his entire young life. He has many years of experience working in local community events, and with his knowledge of screen arts, he is interested in providing a new point of view through video/social media of Hubbards.

Megan Eagles – AHT Student: Megan grew up in East River but moved to Hubbards ten years ago. She graduated from Forest Heights Community School last June, and is continuing her education at Holland College in Charlottetown, PEI, taking a two-year Environmental Applied Science Technology program. After graduating from Holland College, she plans on pursuing an Environmental Management degree at the University of New Brunswick. Megan is very passionate about the environment and keeping it healthy for future generations. In her free time, Megan loves exploring with her friends and finding new beaches or parks with her Boston terrier, Jax. She is looking forward to this upcoming summer. She has many ideas to help make Hubbards a little more green, and environmental friendly. She is excited to be a part of the events in Hubbards and being able to work with an excellent team.

Jenna Wilson – AHT STUDENT: This will be Jenna’s 2nd summer working as part of AHT’s S.W.A.G. Team! Her favourite events last summer were the Canada Day celebration and the World Tuna Flat Races. She is looking forward to spending another summer with the S.W.A.G Team and cannot wait to see what fun this summer will bring. She hopes to see you all around!

Grace Hirsch – AHT STUDENT: Grace will work as an office cover for AHT as well as assist S.W.A.G. with events. While meetings take place, she likes to engage in prep work for school and art pieces she is currently creating. Grace attends Forest Heights Community School and is in grade 11. With so much school work, her job is to socialize and help people find their way to meetings in AHT’s boardrooms. Every new face she meets helps her connect with the community and makes the job all the more fun.