The PEI Sports Hall of Fame has grown by four new members.
Enshrined on Friday were the 1964-65 St. Dunstan’s Saints university hockey team that made the national final before bowing out the Manitoba Bisons in Winnipeg. The Saints are the only PEI university team to win a silver medal.
Curling great Kim Dolan joins the Hall as one PEI
‘s greatest competitors in the sport. She was member of 10 Island women’s curling championship teams and has appeared in 23 nationals including junior, the Scotties, the Mixed and senior.
The largest cheers at the dinner at the Rodd Royalty went out for the late Ken “Trixie” Dunn, who passed away in September. There was a large contingent of friends and family from Morell who came to honour a great volunteer in baseball and hockey and the community.
His wife, Sharon Dunn was very pleased with the honour saying her late husband loved sports and getting young people involved in baseball and hockey and other activities.
Also going into the Hall is Debbie MacMurdo who has been involved with figure skating for over 40 years as a volunteer judge, technical liaison and administrator at the provincial, national and international level.
The dinner was sponsored by PEI Mutual Insurance Company.
There are now nearly 170 members in the PEI Sports Hall of Fame located at Credit Union Place in Summerside.