Awards

Nomination Form - Honorary Membership

The nomination form for Honorary Memberships is attached. The nominee does not have to be a current member of CBTF and, in fact, this award is particularly suited to recognizing a friend of the sport that is not an active member. Read more »

Nomination Form - Sharon Holliday Memorial Award for Sportsmanship

The nomination form for the Sharon Holliday Memorial Award for Sportsmanship is attached. Read more »

Lynda Garland's Award For Excellence

The Lynda Garland "Award For Excellence" is presented to a Canadian Baton Twirling Federation (CBTF) Coach who exemplifies excellent progressive coaching, superior technical abilities and provides innovative ideas and programs. Read more »

Nomination Details - Lynda Garland Award For Excellence

The Lynda Garland "Award For Excellence" is presented to a Canadian Baton Twirling Federation (CBTF) Coach who exemplifies excellent progressive coaching, superior technical abilities and provides innovative ideas and programs. Read more »

CBTF Special Award Nomination Forms

CBTF annually recognizes achievements with the following Special Awards: Read more »

Nomination Form - Volunteer of the Year Award

The nomination form for the CBTF Volunteer of the Year Award is attached. Read more »

Nomination Form - Lifetime Achievement Award

The nomination form for the CBTF Lifetime Achievement Award is attached. Read more »

Executive of the Year Award

Each year all the Provincial Executives in CBTF are rated according to their efficiency and organizational skills when communicating with each of the following CBTF Positions: President, Past President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Technical Chairman, Coaches’ Rep, Judges Rep, Sanction Officer, Group Rep, Skills Development Officer. Read more »

Lifetime Achievement Award

CBTF Lifetime Achievement Awards were set up to recognize and honour special persons who have been an inspiration to the sport of the baton twirling. Their contributions to the CBTF have played significant roles in the development of baton twirling in Canada, or at the World Federation. Read more »

Honorary Memberships

Honorary Members have served the CBTF for a minimum of three years. Service to Provincial bodies is also taken into consideration. Read more »