Hall of Fame
14th Annual Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame
was October 25, 2012
Induction Ceremony & Awards Dinner
Sound Board at MotorCity Casino Hotel
2901 Grand River Ave
Detroit, MI 48201
The Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame honored seven honorees on October 25, at the MotorCity Casino Sound Board in Detroit, Michigan. Our honorees are role models for the next generation of young people with disabilities, and their awe-inspiring stories bring much-needed awareness to the general public. We celebrate the accomplishments of persons of all disabilities from wheelchair rugby players to amputee skiers to visually-impaired swimmers and each honoree must meet strict criteria for integrity and contributions to society.
Congratulations to our Class of 2012:
National Hall Of Fame
Michigan Hall Of Fame
Tony Filippis, Sr. Corporate Leadership Award
Rick Knas Lifetime Achievement Award
Pat McDonald Female Athlete of the Year Award
Roger McCarville Male Athlete of the Year Award
Mark "Doc" Andrews Rising Star Award
The 15th Annual Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Awards Dinner is scheduled for October 24 at MotorCity Casino Sound Board in Detroit, Michigan. Nominations open January 15, 2013.
Tickets and Sponsorship opportunities are available. Individual tickets are available at $125 each, or Tables of 10 are $1,000 each. Purchase individual tickets online at www.adnpage.org/HOFtickets, or for more information on sponsorship opportunities, please call Beth Geno at 248.829.8353.
What is the Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame?
Established in 1999, the Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame has recognized nearly 100 individuals who share a passion for life and a dedication to inspire others through their words, actions and giving back to the greater community. The Hall of Fame represents a unique opportunity for athletes with disabilities to be enshrined for their athletic accomplishments. Honorees are not only a "Who's Who" in their sports but also meet strict criteria for integrity and contributions to society. The induction ceremony celebrates the strength of the human spirit and the value of never giving up on a dream.
For more information on the Athletes with Disabilities Hall of Fame, please call 248.829.8353 or visit www.adnpage.org.