St. Ann's Bay Development Association
The St. Ann's Bay Development Association (SABDA) began in 1992,
and was incorporated as a Nova Scotia Society in 1993. The Association
represents the residents living along and around a 72-kilometre stretch
of the Cabot Trail, from South Haven at the St. Ann's Bay turnoff at
Highway 105 to the foot of Cape Smokey.
In 1994, SABDA undertook a survey of all households in the
covered area, and, based on the results of that survey, developed
Strategic Plan for Community Social and Economic Development.
The vision of SABDA is to maintain and enhance the quality of life
in the St. Ann's Bay Community by encouraging action by people of
all ages toward long-term social and economic development, using
the natural resources and talents of the community.
Our next meeting is at 6:30 pm
on Tuesday 22 November 2016,
at Cabot Shores in Indian Brook.
Watch the Community Events sheet for updates, or your e-mail
for last-minute changes.