Schooley Mitchell has a strong focus on community involvement. Optimization Specialist John Campbell takes pride in being part of the following organizations in his area:
- Longtime Coach for local baseball, hockey and soccer teams
- Team Manager, Lockview Dragons, Metro Highschool Hockey League
- Former Vice-President, Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League
- Organizer, Atlantic Major Midget Hockey Championship
- Organizer, Canadian Senior Baseball Championship
- Organizer, Atlantic Bantam Baseball Championship
- Linesman, American Hockey League (AHL)
- Founding Organizer, Terry Fox Run, Dartmouth
John has been heavily involved in minor sports for many decades, as a coach, official and volunteer. Most recently, he’s served as team manager for the Lockview Dragons, which plays in the competitive Metro High School Hockey League.
John Campbell has dedicated decades to minor sports, including 20 years as a hockey referee. His career of calling ’em as he sees ’em included a role as a linesman in the American Hockey League (AHL). He also was invited to and attended a National Hockey League (NHL) rookie camp, with hopes of refereeing for the NHL. John has since hung up his skates, retiring from officiating with the hopes that others thought he was as fair as he could be.
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