Nadia Stevenson is one of the six individuals and one team in the community to be inducted into the Humboldt and District Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.
Stevenson lived in Humboldt from 1962 to 2004. While living in Humboldt, Stevenson was a member of Skate Humboldt and Skate Canada for 37 consecutive years.
As well as being a member of Skate Canada, she also served as an official.
She was an active judge and evaluator for 25 years, a competition accountant from 1987 on, and got her National Level accounting status in 1980.
Not only was she a strongly involved in figure skating organizations, she was served as an administrator for numerous organizations, including Humboldt Figure Skating Club, Quill Plains region, National Competition Accountant, Provincial Board as a Judges Chairperson and Competition Accountant Chairperson, and Provincial Data Specialists Committee.
Stevenson has won previous awards for her involvement in figure skating and the community. Some of her awards are Saskatchewan Figure Skating Volunteer Recognition in 1981, Canadian Figure Skating Association Accountants Award in 1988, Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Award of Merit in 1992, Canadian Figure Skating Association Volunteer of the Year in 1992, Community Sport Achievement Award in 1993 and Skate Canada Officials Award of Excellence in 2004.
The inductees will be honoured at a Humboldt and District Sports Hall of Fame banquet on November 10.
Information on Stevenson's achievements was provided by the Humboldt and District Sports Hall of Fame.