New Brunswick Billiard Association

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Contact Information
E-Mail Steve.Cooper09@gmail.com
Website www.nbbilliards.ca/
Primary Contact Jerry O'Keefe, Saint John Area Director; Phone: 506-650-9603; Email: jerry.atlanticpress@nb.aibn.com
Alternate Contact JR Thebeault, Secretary; Phone: 506-759-4655; Email: jac8junior@hotmail.com
Primary Executive Stephen Cooper, President; Phone: 506-647-3824; Email: steve.cooper09@gmail.com
Alternate Executive Derek Peterson, 1st Vice-President; Phone: 506-478-3071; Email: depeters@nbnet.nb.ca
Description & Services
Description of service(s) The New Brunswick Billiards Association (NBBA) is the governing body for cue sports in New Brunswick. The NBBA is recognized and affiliated with the Canadian Billiards and Snooker Association (CBSA). The NBBA has been in operation for over 20 years. The NBBA is a non profit organization and its Executive members are not remunerated for their work. The NBBA operates under a Constitution and has an Annual General Meeting (AGM). At the AGM, previous minutes and reports are read, election of directors takes place, changes to the constitution are voted on and any other new business is addressed.
Areas Served New Brunswick
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up
Application Email for application details
Languages English
Fees Membership
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Other Details
Service Level (60) Commercial
Subjects
Service Categories Billiards/Pool/Snooker ~ Athletic Associations

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