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A. Vibert Douglas Award

Douglas Award 2005

Norm Welbanks with the Douglas Award plaques.

Douglas Award 2006

Kim Hay and John Hurley.

Douglas Award 2006

2006 Douglas Award Presentation

2006 Award: John Hurley

The A. Vibert Douglas Award, which is named after the founder of the Kingston Center, is the centre's highest honour and is bestowed upon members who have made a significant contribution to the Kingston Centre or to Astronomy and its allied sciences.

2006 Award Presentation

Douglas Award 2004

Don Cooke receives the Douglas Award

2004 Award: Don Cooke

Don stepped in and ran many of the events the Centre has become well known for, including Chair of the Fall'N'Stars Committee, Astronomy Day, and Sky Is The Limit Festival.

Don Cooke receives the Douglas Award

Douglas Award 1998

1998 Award: Peggy Hurley

The winner of this years award joined the Kingston Center in 1989 and has been a member for 9 years; has been the Astronomy Day Coordinator; has helped various Brownie and Guide groups earn their astronomy badge throughout the years; have given many interesting talks to our members; was Chairperson for the very successful 1997 GA and has been President for the past 3 years. And I am sure that I have left out many things done behind the scenes. Tonight I am proud to present this award to my friend and yours, Peggy Hurley.

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