The Huntsville-Madison County Athletic Hall of Fame is currently looking for nominees for the Class of 2024.

Athletic Hall Of Fame Looking For Nominees For 2024 Class

HUNTSVILLE- Twenty different sports among 355 members make up the Huntsville-Madison County Athletic Hall of Fame and the local organization welcomes nominations for the Class of 2024. The new class will be inducted in the 31st annual Induction Ceremony scheduled for next April.

Those nominating potential Hall of Fame inductees should provide detailed information on the nominee’s career and can include statistics, old record books, scrapbooks, clippings, etc. All nomination material will not be returned.

The criteria to be eligible for the HMCAHOF is simple. The nominee must:

  • Be a current or former resident of Madison County for five continuous years, not counting residency on a military base or college campus
  • Be a resident of the county for 10 continuous years if they performed their athletic achievements prior to moving to Madison County
  • Be at least 40 years of age at the time of induction
  • If a coach or administrator, have a minimum of 30 years of service in athletics to be eligible if they are not retired

Nominees could have excelled at the local, state, national or international levels to qualify.

Nominations must be mailed to the HMCAHOF at P.O. Box 566, Huntsville, Ala. 35804. Nominations may also be submitted digitally at www.hmcahof.com, where forms, more information and a gallery of Hall of Fame members may be found.

For additional information, contact Hall of Fame chairman Vann Pettaway, vann.pettaway@gmail.com, or board member Mark McCarter (256-508-1621) or markfmccarter@gmail.com.

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