The Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame (MMHF) is celebrating its 10th annual Induction Ceremony this year and in so doing will induct 10 new inductees into the hallowed hall on October 17 when, for the first time ever, the event will be held in Nova Scotia.
The new members include an eclectic array of members of the Maritime motorsports community who will see their accomplishments officially celebrated and acknowledged by their induction.
The Class of 2015 includes:
From Nova Scotia:
Stan Dicks (Sydney) – Competitor, Promoter/ Stock Car Racing
Michael ‘Mike’ MacKenzie (Dartmouth) – Competitor/ Stock Car Racing
Pat & Linda Neal (Fall River) – Competitor/ Bikes, Go Karts, Drag Racing
George Sheppard (New Glasgow) – Builder/ Sports Car
Classic Chevy Club of Nova Scotia (Lower Sackville) – Club
From New Brunswick:
Norman Keirstead (Moncton) – Competitor/ Drag Racing
Steven Patriquin – (Calgary, AB) – Competitor/ Motorcycle
Richard Wood (Moncton) – Competitor/ Rally, Solo
From Prince Edward Island:
Barrie Poole (Chatham, ON) – Competitor/ Drag Racing
Wade MacKinnon (Milton) – Competitor/ Stock Car Racing
The 10th annual Induction Ceremony will be held at the Holiday Inn Harbourview in Dartmouth. Tickets are $80 per person and include dinner along with the ceremony. A limited number of tickets are available and a limited number of rooms are being held at the Holiday Inn Harbourfront. Tickets need to be purchased by October 1 and rooms reserved no later than September 17 – both dates are pending availability. With this being a special 10th anniversary celebration a capacity crowd is expected so those who plan to attend are encouraged to confirm tickets and rooms early so they are not disappointed.
Tickets can be purchased by calling 506.756.2110. Rooms can be reserved by calling 1.888.434.0440 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org (request block code ZM6 being held for the Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame.) Dress is formal for this occasion.
To learn more about the Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame (MMHF) please visit the MMHF museum in Petitcodiac or online at www.mmhf.ca.