ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO

Dennis Kalichuk's "Hall of Fame Tribute Portaits"
- Arts, Sports, Entertainment

Considered are people who have made a significant local impact over a number of years, or
made a mark nationally or internationally, in the arenas of sports, arts or entertainment.  
 
The beautiful Canada Southern Railway Station is the  home for this Hall of Fame
portrait gallery!  
NOTE:  Exhibit is currently removed from the CASO Station during renovations.  
On-line only until further notice....
   
A popular local favourite... his powerful voice and stage presence earned him 3rd place in the huge Canadian Idol competition.  Aaron's debut album is available now and he keeps busy appearing in film and on stage.
Chico Sanchez remains one of the most well known and popular area performers.  Has entertained and brought joy to thousands over many years with his energetic performances as the lead singer for Hogwild.
A beautiful voice and talented country music performer.  An award winner who recorded her first album in Nashville and has shared the stage with some of country's biggest stars.  She remains close to her St. Thomas roots and performs for many local events and charities.
You have to be good to win a world championship at anything.  Roy headlines one of the best Elvis tribute acts in the world - winning the largest competition in Collingwood and being named the World's Best in Las Vegas!
Aaron Walpole
Chico Sanchez - Hogwild
Roy LeBlanc - Elvis
Traci Kennedy
Born in St. Thomas - played pro ball with the Cleveland Indians from 1908 to 1922.  Became the first player to become an announcer after he retired from playing.  Died in 1978.
Jack Gladstone Graney
Joe Thornton
Born in London and raised in St. Thomas, Rachel got her start in films with features such as The Hot Chick and Mean Girls and rose further into prominence with The Notebook.  Continues to be one of North America's top actresses.
Just an incredible acting talent with scores of major films and TV and stage appearances to her credit since the 70's.  Has recently added directing to her resume.
Tito was the friendly deer of Pinafore Park for 17 years...
Sadly Jumbo was killed by a train on railway tracks in St. Thomas...
Rachel McAdams
Helen Shaver
Honourary Mascots...

Jumbo
&
Tito
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St. Thomas HALL OF FAME 750 Talbot St.