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Update from the Scugog Sports Hall of Fame


SHAUN LACKIE Special to The Standard


SCUGOG: With this year’s induction ceremony quickly approaching it is only fair to advise of all the great things planned for the evening of April 25th.

There will be two keynote speakers. First off is Chris Creamer. Chris has operated Chris Creamer's Sports Logos website since 1997 and is a highly regarded author. His site contains logos from multiple sports and he is quite knowledgeable about sports and sports logos. Check out his website, sportslogos.net.

Chris will examine some of Scugog's team logos in his presentation.

The second keynote speaker is a Special Olympian yet to be announced. Come hear about their success as an Olympian and how participating in Special Olympics has enriched this athlete.

In addition to Inductees Georgia Brock, Mike Haigh and the Greenbank Gamblers there will be two impressive young athletes: Natasha McLellan and Alyssa Carnaghan will be recognized for their current sports achievements.

Also Celebrating special anniversaries will be Greenbank Minor Ball, Blackstock Curling Club and Blackstock Minor Hockey to salute the amazing impact these organizations have had on the local sporting community.

We will be celebrating and recognizing long serving volunteers of Port Perry Jr. C Hockey Club (LumberJacks) Cathy Harman, Guy Taillon, Doug Moore, James Houghland, Thelma Houghland and Byron Simms and from the Blackstock Curling Club Doug Kadowaki.

Don’t miss this must attend event on Thursday, April 25th, at the Scugog Recreational Community Centre on Reach Street. Doors open to the public at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free and there will be a cash bar.

It will be a fun night of creating memories and a chance to see old friends.

Also I wanted to add if you appreciate what the Scugog Hall of Fame means to the community and want to see it continue please feel free to donate at any time. All donations are greatly appreciated. See you there!

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