Kenmore East Announces Athletic Hall of Fame of 2016
The Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee from Kenmore East High School has announced the Hall of Fame Class of 2016. The Hall of Famers were inducted Friday, Oct. 14 at Banchetti by Rizzo’s in Amherst.
The Class of 2016 includes Zack Ball (‘08), Kris Boyes (‘07), Jennifer Broderick (‘97), Justin Craddock (‘05 ), Jim Dunnigan (’69), Anthony Johnson (‘08), Scott Karstedt (‘94), Tim Metivier (‘08), Sarah Nadrowski (‘09), Patty Stokes (‘63) and Gary Tocke (coach).
See pictures from the Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies 2016
Kenmore East Seeking Nominees for Performing Arts Hall of Fame
Music, drama, artistic talents would join “Who’s Who” of inductees
The Kenmore East Performing Arts Hall of Fame Committee is looking for nominees for its 2017 class. This will be the fourth group honored by the school and previous inductees span the full range of artistic endeavors — all graduates or educators from the 57-year-old school.
Nomination forms can be found at here and are due by mid-September. Any former students, teachers or school staff that have committed their life to the performing arts — as a career or even just a lifetime passion — may be eligible for induction.
Next year’s class — former students and/or school staff — will be honored at an induction event on Friday, April 21, 2017 at 7 pm. The special ceremony will take place in the school’s auditorium and is free to the public.
30 local and national stars from the fields of music, theater and film were previously chosen for this award over the past five years. The biographies of these individuals read like a script for the Lincoln Center awards and the winners cover the gamut across all the different entertainment arenas.
These include a costume mistress who managed the Metropolitan Opera and Saturday Night Live; a film producer of such hits as “A Single Man” & “The Golden Compass”); the special effects genius behind “Avatar”; and the conductor of the U.S. Army Field Band.
On the dramatic side, inductees represent the Broadway stage; television; movies and radio. Comedic twins Paul & Peter Vogt; musical theater stars Corinne Melancon and Brian Charles Johnson; and radio personality, Tom Bauerle, are represented on the special Kenmore East wall.
Musically, the range of talent is phenomenal, including Billy Sheehan and Dave Constantino — members of the rock band “Talas”; a jazz musician and a professional drummer; song-writers & composers; and the makings of an incredible brass section.
For more information on the Hall, induction ceremony or the new members, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 716-874-8402.
Hall of Distinction News
Due to unavoidable scheduling conflicts, the Induction Ceremonies for the Hall of Distinction will not take place this year. The next Induction Ceremony will take place on May 12, 2017. Those currently nominated will remain active for consideration.
New nominations are welcomed.
Click here for a nomination form.
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Kenmore East High School and the Kenmore East High School Alumni Association are pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the 7th Annual Hall of Distinction induction.
Past inductees have exhibited great contributions in their professional fields as well as humanitarian and cultural achievements at the local, national, and international level.
Nominations must be submitted by January 15, 2016. Induction ceremonies will take place at Kenmore East High School on May 6, 2016.
Basket Raffle Winner
Congratulations to Bob Lacey, Class of 68, as the winner of the basket raffle at the KE Alumni Association tent at the Brighton Fire Co. MusicFest.
Thanks to all who stopped by the tent. If you didn’t join the Alumni Association that night, please use our membership form.
We look forward to meeting up with you again next year! Keep checking our website to see of school and alumni activities at KE!
Looking for Representation
KEAA is looking for class representatives.
Kenmore East Yearbooks
Kenmore East Yearbooks are currently being posted at the Kenmore East Website. While all are not available at this point, many from the 60s and 70s are available for review. These will continued to be posted as they become available.
To view those that are available, click here.