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Meet the New Brunswick Council Leadership Team​

Council Commissioner: Sherryl Eatmon

Sherryl grew up in a family immersed in scouting, and has been involved in Scouts Canada within New Brunswick for fifteen years. During these years she has served in the role of Scouter in each of the sections, Group Committee Treasurer, and Group Committee Registrar and Trainer. Her primary passions include her family and friends, all things outdoors (with the exception of our healthy population of mosquitos and black flies) and her life-long career as an educator working with families of children aged 0-21 diagnosed with a hearing loss.  


Twitter: @SherrylEatmon


Council Youth Commissioner: Maggie MacPhee

Maggie is currently enrolled at Mount Allison University and is completing a degree in Mathematics with a minor in History. She works at Ministers Island during the summer giving guided tours and has worked as a TA at Mount Allison. Maggie has been recognized for her academics achievements with the Governor General's Academic Bronzw Medal. Maggie started in scouting with the 1st St. Andrews Venturer Company and has previously served and the DCYC for Special Events for the New Brunswick Youth Network. 


Twitter: @MaggieMacPhee


Council Executive Director: Peter Biddle

Peter is the Council Executive Director in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.  Peter Lives in Lower Sackville with his wife Karen and they have four grown children, one married and three in university.

As a Scouting volunteer for the past 12+ years, Peter has held some of the following positions:  Akela, Cub Scouter and Troop Scouter; with 3rd Bridgewater Group, Camp Committee member with Scout Camp Mush A Mush, Area Service Scouter and  Area Commissioner serving the South Shore Area.  He has had the opportunity and pleasure of taking youth to 5 jamboree's;  2 Canadian Jamboree's in Quebec and Alberta and 3 Council Jamboree's, 1 in Newfoundland and 2 in Nova Scotia. 

Peter's hobbies are: fishing Atlantic Salmon and Bass, camping with his family, gardening, learned to swim in the last two years and volunteering as a member of the Kinsmen Club of Sackville.



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