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Mickey Boyle, HRF (May 2014) Posted May 10, 2014

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As a 50 year member of Kin, Mickey’s contributions are too extensive to list. He earned his Life Membership on June 22, 1979, and has held

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December 2011 recipient of a Hal Rogers Fellow, Terry Kelly, reminds us of the importance of Remembrance Day with “A Pittance of Time”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kX_3y3u5Uo Lest We

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Orme Asher, HRF (Nov 2013) Posted November 7, 2013

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The Saskatoon lottery, begun by Orme, was the first home lottery in North America. He has helped raise several billions of dollars for charities and

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George Reed, HRF (Oct 2013) Posted October 12, 2013

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Many Canadian football fans will recognize the name George Reed as one of the greatest running backs in CFL history during his 13 years with

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Doug and Donna Summerhayes are the first to admit their family “lives, eats and breathes cystic fibrosis.” The founding members of the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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Sean Libin, HRF (March 2013) Posted March 9, 2013

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Sean Libin, a long time member of the Stampede City Kinsmen, received his Hal Rogers Fellow at an intimate and entertaining evening surrounded by family,

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Leona Thorogood, past national president of Kin Canada, Kin Canada Foundation Vice President and Life Member of the Kinette Club of Stettler; 8-year town councillor and 2012

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To Canadians, the nickname “Pinball” stands for remarkable athletic talent, outstanding sportsmanship and a commitment to the community. As a former all-star running back, Grey Cup

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Bruce Lloyd, HRF (August 2012) Posted August 15, 2012

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Bruce Lloyd, Fergus & District Kinsman, Past National President, Life Member and driving force behind the Portraits of Honour Tour, received a Hal Rogers Fellow

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Terry Kelly, HRF (December 2011) Posted December 10, 2011

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Terry Kelly is a Canadian athlete, award-winning singer and musician and inspirational speaker. Blind since he was a toddler, Kelly is a strong supporter and

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