2016 Hall of Honor Banquet Video

Nominations for 2020 Hall of Honor Induction
*Nominations for 2020 must be received by August 1st, 2018.


There are many deserving Laker athletes, coaches and volunteers who have been nominated for this honor. Every two years six members are chosen. The Detroit Lakes Athletic Foundation would welcome nominations of potential future inductees. The eligibility requirements for the Laker Athletic Hall of Honor are:

 

A: The individual must have graduated from Detroit Lakes High School and participated in Varsity Athletics.

Or

The individual must have participated in Varsity Athletics for at least two years in the Detroit Lakes School System. 

Or

The individual must have made significant contribution to the long term betterment of Laker Athletics.

 

B: The individuals scheduled graduation must be a minimum of ten years prior to the nomination.

 

C: Varsity teams are eligible as a whole group but no more than one team can be honored with each entrance group.

 

D: The individual must not be a current employee of the school district or a member of the Detroit Lakes Athletic Foundation Board of Directors and may not be considered or nomination until five years after the completion of his/her employment or term.

 

E: The individual must be a representative example of the Detroit Lakes High School’s concept of dedication and demonstrates high qualities of character and leadership.


The Detroit Lakes Athletic Foundation is a non profit organization raising endowment funds to help insure that future generations have the opportunity to compete in Laker Athletics.

The Detroit Lakes Athletic Foundation would welcome nominations of potential future inductees.  Eligibility requirements

The purpose of this fund is to supplement the needs of the Detroit Lakes Athletic programs for school age children. Equipment purchased must be owned by a qualifying 501(c)(3) organization. The primary emphasis will be on equipment that will be a benefit to all sports.  If no requests exist that will benefit all sports, the advisory committee will review requests from individual sports.  Fair and consistent treatment between sports over a number of years will be a primary consideration in recommending donations.