Police AssociAtion of novA scotiA 47 Springhill Police Service’s 2nd Annual Fishing Derby, held in the Town of Springhill in May 2009. Event organizer, Cst. Ken Jackson, Community Relations Officer (left) along with Cst. Steve Maddison (right) and Maddie Wride. Maddie won the biggest fish caught in the 13-15 year group. Ken Jackson of Springhill Police Service with other winners of the 2nd Annual Fishing Derby. Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) received a funding boost towards attending the National Conference in May. Students from across Canada will attend the Regina conference and Springhill Police Service Cst. Ken Jackson, Community Relations Officer (right) delivered a donation to Springhill SADD Committee that was made available through the Department of Justice. SADD advisor Jay Miller (left) and SADD member Shawna Ryan received the donation on behalf of the SADD committee. Springhill Police Service hold an annual Bike Rodeo. In July 2009, four bikes were given away; one was donated by Springhill Police Service, one by D & J Home Hardware and two were donated by Ray McCormick & Sons Excavating. L to R, front: Braden Adams, Avery Smith, Lucas Carde and Reagan Smith. L to R, back: Cst. Ken Jackson Community Relations Officer, Cst. Demers and Cst. Hall. The ball diamond will look much more uniform when the Springhill High School Eagles step up to the plate this season, thanks to a purchase of new jersies by the Springhill Police Service. Cst. Ken Jackson, Community Relations Officer (right) made an application to Department of Justice for money that would benefit Springhill youth. Now, when Coach Lloyd Taggart (left) and team player Nathan Williams (right) hit the field, it will be in style. Springhill Police Service