Saugeen Shores Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony honouring four recipients

Saugeen Shores Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is just around the corner on May 9th.
The Ceremony recognizes those who have added to the quality of life in Saugeen Shores through their athletic ability and volunteerism in sports.
(Photos submitted by Wayne McGrath)
Shelly Bellamy
Shelly Bellamy has had a stellar career with Special Olympics for over 30 years in various positions including coaching, Community Co-ordinator and Fundraiser.
Bellamy has coached at the Provincial, Nation and International levels and was recognized as Coach of the Year 1998 by the Ontario and Canadian Special Olympic Committees and 2003 Special Olympics Educator of the YEar.
Three of Bellamy’s athletes are members of the Saugeen Shores Hall of Fame.
Becky Smith-Hull
Becky Smith-Hull had an outstanding career in Track and Field and was a member of the Saugeen Shores Track & Field Club (SSTFC) from 1988-1996.
She is a three-time National Champion for 400 meter hurdles medley relay and four-time Champion of the 100 Medley Relay, nine time Ontario Champion in Hurdles and has 11 Saugeen Track Club Record Awards.

Smith-Hull also earned a full track scholarship to Oklahoma State University and was All American Team Captain of the Varsity Track and Field Team.

Kelly Gribbons
Kelly Gribbons outstanding career in Women’s Hockey has earned her the honour of being an inductee into the Hall of Fame.
She was a Silver medalist in FISU World University Game and is a two-time winner of the OUA Championships and competed at the National level.
A recipient of the Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation Information and Community Technology Award, she was also the Canadian National Silver medalist in discus.
Multiple High School Awards also included Athlete of the Year.
Randy Millar
Randy Millar has had an outstanding career in coaching Track and Field and has been a member of the Saugeen Shores Track and Field Club for over 30 years as throwing coachin

Discus, hammer, javelin and shot put.

Millar has achieved numerous National and Provincial Awards and in 2013 and 2017 was selected as ‘Throws Coach’ for the Canada Summer Games.
He has also held multiple head coach positions and, in 2018, was nominated as Athletics Canada Developmental Coach of the Year and has coached many athletes to podium achievements.
The Hall of Fame ceremony on May 9th begins at 7:00 p.m. at Rotary Hall int he Plex.  Tickets are $20 and are available at:  Ralph’s Shoppette, Gord’s Pro Sports at the Plex and Lakeshore Recreation Centre.