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The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is accepting nominations for the 2013/2014 Alberta Sports Hall of Fame induction.

The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is accepting nominations for the 2013/2014 Alberta Sports Hall of Fame induction. Nominations for this honour will be accepted until Jan. 31 at 4:30 pm.

If you know of any man, women or team from Alberta who should be recognized for their achievements or contributions to sport you should consider nominating them into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame. The process is simple with easy to follow guidelines that can be found on the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum website or by calling 403-341-8614 and asking for Debbie.

Visit the website at www.ashfm.ca and get your sport hero recognized for their outstanding accomplishments and dedication to sport in our province.

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