President's Award at the CNTA's annual awards banquet in Malagash recently. Andrew Wagstaff - The Citizen
PARRSBORO – For nearly 20 years, Ken Adams has been curator of Fundy Geological Museum, but he has always filled bigger shoe than that.
Adams has long been a proponent of co-operative, regional tourism, and his considerable efforts to that end have been recognized by the Central Nova Tourist Association (CNTA). Adams received the President’s Award at the CNTA’s recent annual general meeting and awards banquet.
“As a man who keenly examines visitor statistics, his willingness to be transparent for the benefit of the entire region exemplifies his important role to the tourism industry of Nova Scotia,” read the citation presented at the banquet. “His ongoing involvement, support and contribution to CNTA’s marketing committee and initiatives, barely begins to expose the true nature of his commitment to helping everyone in the industry.”
(For the full story, see the May 28 issue of The Citizen)