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Douglas Award 2006

2006 Award: John Hurley

The A. Vibert Douglas Award, which is named after the founder of the Kingston Center, is the centre's highest honour and is bestowed upon members who have made a significant contribution to the Kingston Centre or to Astronomy and its allied sciences.

2006 Award Presentation

2006 Douglas Award Presentation
This year's recipient has worked on the Executive level, since becoming a member of the Centre 9 years ago. Our winner came from Western Ontario, has helped at many public observing events, Astronomy Day, Fall N Stars and has been the Centre Treasurer for over 7 years and has served as Kingston's National Council Representative for the past two years, in fact just today, he attended by teleconference of the National Council meeting, of which I am sure there will be lots to tell at a future date.

It gives me great pleasure to announce the winner of this year's winner A.V. Douglas Award, if you don't know by now, its none other than Mr. John Hurley of Sharbot Lake, via Windsor.

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