From Left to Right: Dave Hallaway (District 6 Governor, Kin Canada), Trent Young (CEO, Rhodes & Williams) and Ken Morton (Chairman, Marsha Morton Golf Tournament). Photo Credit: Rick Arbuckle
This prestigious award is given to Canadians that have made a significant contribution to the community, Canada and its citizens. This award, awarded by the Kin Club of Canada has only been awarded to 65 other people. Past notable recipients include hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, singer and entertainer Céline Dion, past Governor General Michelle Jean, retired football legend Michael “Pinball” Clemons, Rick Hansen and retired General Rick Hillier, to name a few.
Trent has been involved in community work for many years, but for the past 11 years he has been a major supporter of the Marsha Morton Memorial golf tournament. The annual golf tournament in support of Cystic Fibrosis was named in honour of Marsha Morton, a Canadian who succumbed to Cystic Fibrosis in 1988 at the age of 12 and daughter of Ken & Karen Morton, members of the Kin Club of Orleans & District and close friends of Trent.
This year’s annual tournament with the help of Trent and Rhodes & Williams, raised $18,018 toward Cystic Fibrosis. We are proud to congratulate Trent Young who accepted the award at the 11th annual Marsha Morton Golf Tournament for Cystic Fibrosis.
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About the Award
Named after the Kin Canada’s Founder, the Hal Rogers Fellow is the highest award convened by the Kin Canada Foundation. The prestigious Hal Rogers Fellow (HRF) program recognizes individual Kin, Associate Members, alumni and non-Kin who have made a significant contribution to the community, the country and its citizens. Each new Hal Rogers Fellow receives a commemorative certificate, pin and medallion.