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             Archery Hall of Fame Criteria

  

Nomination and voting procedures for Archery Hall of Fame candidates:
An individual, through an archery organization; qualified archery historian; or AHF board of director member, may present for ballot consideration a deserving member of the archery community in the following categories:

  •  Bowhunter

  •  Coach

  •  Competitor

  •  Contributor to the Sport

  •  Educator

  •  Influence on the Sport

  •  Innovator/Inventor

  •  Lifetime Achievement

An individual wishing to bring forward an outstanding member of the national archery community for nomination needs to present the following materials to the Executive Director of the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc:

  1. A formal letter from a local, state, regional, or national archery organization having direct correlation or relationship with the candidate’s career;

  2. A complete and documented biography of all elements of the candidate’s archery career, accomplishments, and;

  3. Published articles reflecting upon the candidate’s accomplishments, and/or other mediums involving the candidate, such as videos; television productions; and/or authored books information, should be included when available.

The nomination package should be directed to:

 

Diane Miller, Executive Director
The Archery Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc.

58 North Main Street
Union City, PA 16438

All submissions will be reviewed by the Board of Directors for authenticity within the category criteria.  A merit year qualification basis has been established, since most candidates will have qualifications in more than one category simultaneously.  A candidate should have accumulated a minimum 50 merit years for qualification and no less than 10 years in at least one category, at the highest level, within the qualification categories, and no less than 20 years total involvement in archery.

All submissions received prior to October 1, in a given year, are reviewed for placement on the Ballot the following year.  The qualified nominees will then be placed on the Induction Ballot.  The Ballots will be mailed to the electorate annually during the fourth quarter of the year prior to the election year.

Nominees achieve induction status based upon a majority of the vote.  But must receive 40% in be inducted. More than one nominee may be inducted
in any given year.

A candidate appearing on the Ballot over a 3 year period, who has not achieved induction status, will be moved to the veterans category with potential for induction by vote of the Veterans Committee at some later date.

The Electorate is composed of the living inductees of the Archery Hall of Fame, members of the Board of Directors, representatives of each of the sanctioned participating national archery organizations, representatives of all supporting industry organizations, selected members of sports mediums, and board recognized archery historians.

Those individuals voted into the Hall of Fame will be notified within 30 days of the Electorate vote count.  Inductions will be scheduled for September of the year the vote is taken. The induction ceremony will be held at the site of the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. in Springfield, Missouri.

All final decisions are at the discretion of the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. officers and Board of Directors.





 

SPECIAL AWARDS

 

Karl E. Palmatier Award of Merit

( Retired Award) "no longer given."

 

The Karl E. Palmatier Award of Merit is reserved for those deserving individuals who have demonstrated career administrative excellence in service to the archery community. Any member of the Board of Directors, Hall of Fame inductees or Electors may present a nominee. The Board will review all nominations. The decision to award shall be by a simple majority vote of the Board of Directors. The decision to present the award in any given year as well as where or when is at the discretion of the Board.

 

The Ann Weber

Hoyt Award of Merit

The Ann Weber Hoyt Award is reserved for those deserving women who have demonstrated excellence in career achievements and service to the archery community as an administrator, bowhunter, business person, coach, competitor or official. Any member of the Board of Directors, Hall of Fame inductees or Electors may present a nominee. The Board will review all nominations. The decision to award shall be by a simple majority vote of the Board of Directors. The decision to present the award in any given year as well as where or when is at the discretion of the Board.

 

 
 

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