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Sports hall to make inductions

The Nanaimo Sports Hall of Fame keeps getting better with each class of inductees.

On Saturday (Sept. 17), four more names will be added to the hall at the Nanaimo Museum – wheelchair athlete Michelle Stilwell, parks and rec builder Larry McNabb, hockey player Alan Hill and soccer player Ernest “Fat” Edmunds.

The induction ceremony will be from 1-3 p.m. following a private luncheon for inductees and their families and friends.

The museum is located in the Port of Nanaimo Centre.

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