In the builders category the Hall is inducting Jack and Joyce Leggatt
The Leggatts have made their mark on the local sports scene with their hard work behind the scenes, Joyce
especially with speed skating and Jack with junior golf.
The Scottish natives - Joyce
came to Canada in 1953, Jack in 1964 - have established roots in Canada, living elsewhere only for two years in the early 1970s when they lived in South Africa.
...Joyce started off with the Cambridge Speed Skating Club as secretary and eventually became president.She has also served as vice-president of the Canadian Amateur Speed Skating Association (now called Speed Skating Canada).
The Leggatts volunteered with the local speed skating club as a result of their son Ian's participation in the sport (Ian is now a successful PGA golfer) and Joyce
continued her involvement over three decades with a club that has produced world-class skaters like Derrick Campbell and Kevin Overland.
...Joyce has also served as president of the Ontario Speed Skating Association and more recently as the Ontario association's vice-president of development.
The Leggatts have been involved in the Can-Amera Games since their inception in 1972 and Joyce
with the Cambridge Sports Awards.The Leggatts have also been involved for 14 years with the Top-Flite Junior Golf Tour.
received the Woman of the Year Award in 1994, a special achievement award in 1991 from the Province of Ontario, and was awarded by Speed Skating Canada with the OSSA Award of Excellence in 1991, and the John Hurdis Award 2001.She
also received a recognition award from the Amateur Speed Skating Union