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President and Chief Executive Off...

Phone: (316) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.org
Kansas Sports Hall of Fame
515 S. Wichita
Wichita , Kansas 67202
United States

Company Description: The Kansas Sports Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the history of sports for the state to serve as a source of education and inspiration to all generations....   more

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    Kansas Sports Hall of Fame
  • Director of the Heart of America Chapter
    Minuteman Civil Defense Corps
  • Director of the State Branch
    Minuteman Civil Defense Corps
  • President of the Kansas City Chapter
    Minutemen Civil Defense Corps
  • President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Executive Director

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
Kansas Sports Hall of Fame - Pride of Kansas & Distinguished Kansas Sportsman Awards, 15 June 2015 [cached]
L to R: Pittsburg State University President Steve Scott, Ted Watts, KSHOF President/CEO Ted Hayes
L to R: KSHOF President/CEO Ted Hayes, Wayne Dishman, Ruth Dishman
President/CEO - Ted ..., 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
President/CEO - Ted Hayes
Ted Hayes, Wichita
Ted Hayes - President/CEO
"The State of Kansas Sports Hall ..., 1 Feb 2007 [cached]
"The State of Kansas Sports Hall of Fame is very pleased to be a partner for KYLA's ‘Leadership on and off the field' program," said Ted Hayes, executive director of the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame.
Ed Hayes of the ..., 21 Oct 2008 [cached]
Ed Hayes of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps said photos he took of the people who stole the sign are in the hands of police.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) - Retired ..., 1 Nov 2007 [cached]
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) - Retired Kansas policeman Ed Hayes lives a quiet life with his wife and pet poodles in a spacious suburban home near Kansas City, far from the main front line over illegal immigration along the U.S. border with Mexico.
But over the last 18 months the 66-year-old grandfather has been drawn into the battle nonetheless, becoming active on a second front.
He has joined many individuals, who, with state and municipal leaders, have given up waiting for federal action and are working to control illegal immigration themselves.
The issue has become a priority not only for activists like Hayes but also for state and local leaders around the United States who say illegal immigration limits job opportunities for Americans and severely strains community resources.
Hayes is a member of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC), a national organization that is one of several groups that have formed, including one in Oklahoma called Outraged Patriots.
"It's not about skin color, it's about breaking the law," said Hayes, who oversees Kansas and Missouri chapters of the
Hayes hasn't yet engaged in a Minuteman border patrol, in which armed members actually search along the U.S.-Mexican border for those trying to cross illegally.Continued ...
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