Hall of Fame
Illinois Hall of Fame Guide Lines
From the ISTA By-Laws Article XIX
Two Groups of Shooters Should be Considered:It is preferred that the shooter exibits merit in both categores but not mandatory.
1. For shooting ability.
2. For contributions to the sport.
Requirements For The Hall Of FameA ten year minimum of shooting registered targets.
(Unless the shooters career was ended before by death or serious illness.)
1. For shooters being nominated by accomplishments:
Shooter should have carried an outstanding average over the minimum period and/or should have a great number of important wins.
2. For ISTA member being nominated for contributions to the sport:
Members must have contributed their time and efforts on behalf of the trapshooters of Illinois and the I.S.T.A. in a manner recognized far and beyond the efforts and contributions as a regular member.
Election Procedures1. There shall be a Hall of Fame Committee of three I.S.T.A. directors, one from each zone. One of these directors is to chair the committee.
2. The I.S.T.A. President will appoint the Hall of Fame Committee and his appointments must be approved by a majority of the full Board of Directors.
3. It will require a three-fourths (3/4) favorable vote of the full Board to be elected to the Hall of Fame.
4. It is not necessary that each year the Board of Directors elect a member to the Hall of Fame.
5. No more than four elected to the Hall of Fame in a year and only when there has been a series of consecutive years with no nominations or elections. When elections are run in a year to year sequence no more than two members may be elected to the Hall of Fame in that target year.
6. These guidelines may be revised or amended by a three-fourths (3/4) vote of the full Board of Directors.
The guidelines were approved by the board in October of 1999.