A prestigious group of sports hall of famers.

June 10, 2019

Letter to the Editor: A prestigious group of sports hall of famers.

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Dear Editor:

The Mason County Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, at Historic White Pine Village, is a not-for-profit institution dedicate to honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to sports in Mason County.

This year, 2019, is the 15th Anniversary of this prestigious organization and this year’s class of inductees are extremely worthy of this honor of recognition, and enshrinement.  This year’s event is Saturday, June 29, 2019.  The unveiling of the Plaques of the inductees is at Noon, at Historic White Pine Village. The unveiling is open to the public and is free admission. The Class of 2019 Induction Banquet is at Lincoln Hills Golf & Country Club at 6 p.m., June 29.   The Class of 2019 Induction Banquet tickets may be purchased though the Ludington Scottville Area Chamber of Commerce.

The individuals inducted into this year’s 15th Anniversary Class are a very prestigious group of amazing athletes, that have brought many elements of joy, thrills and sport heritage, that we do not desire to ever forget.  This years inductees are:

Dr. Bill Anderson, Rachel (Jensen) Faucett, Rebecca (Jensen) DiIanni, Erica (Bieniek) Reed, Jeff Henry, Steve Schoenherr, and Harrie Volkers. 

We invite you to attend this year’s events, and demonstrate your support of those individuals that have brought many memories to our rich athletic heritage.

Very Best Regards,

Vic Burwell

President MCSHF

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