Kaneland Hall of Fame announces inductees

 
Submitted by Kaneland Unit District 302
Posted2/22/2021 11:58 AM

Kaneland's Hall of Fame honors and recognizes alumni, staff members, organizations and supporters who have demonstrated excellence and commitment of service to District 302 communities and have each proven themselves to be an inspiration and role-model to students.

This year, the Hall of Fame Committee is proud induct the following individuals and team:

 

• Pat Hill in the category of Friend of Kaneland, beloved community member of Kaneville, and owner of Hill's Country Store, passed away Jan. 17, 2021 after a fierce battle with cancer. She was past president and trustee on the Kaneville Village Board and instrumental in establishing and continuing the tradition of the annual Kaneville Fest. In addition, she was a contributor to many charitable foundations in the area. She leaves her children, Alexa Hill and Tyler Hill and her husband, Clifford Hill. Pat will be inducted as part of Kaneland High School's annual music awards with a date in May.

• Taylor Andrews (Class of 2011), in the category of Individual Athletic Achievement. Taylor was an undefeated Class 2A State Champion and record holder in the 110 Hurdles. He will be inducted into the Kaneland Hall of Fame as part of Kaneland High School's Senior Athletic Awards with a date in May.

• 2011 Boys' Baseball Team, in the category of Teamwork. This team was the 2010-2011 Class 3A State Champion! They will be inducted into the Hall of Fame during the athletic awards program with a date in May.

Details about the inductees will be up on the school district's website in the coming weeks. As they induct the 2021 honorees, they will also include the Class of 2020 inductees. More information will be available soon. Visit www.kaneland.org/hall-of-fame.

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