In 1998, the Greater Lansing Area Sports Hall of Fame began honoring Lansing area citizens whose efforts, and dedication have improved the quality of life for the greater Lansing area. Citizens who have given to our young people through sports, and other recreational activity an opportunity to grow into contributors of our community.
The Richard “Dick” Letts Community Service Award reflects the spirit of his namesake. A humanitarian, public servant, and civic leader, Letts symbolized the Lansing area’s allegiance to worthy causes. His work with the City of Lansing spanned 44 years and his work with volunteer organizations was endless.
Anyone can nominate someone for the Richard “Dick” Letts Community Service Award by clicking this link Richard Letts Award Nomination Form, and following the instructions on the nomination form.
It is with tremendous honor and reverence, that the Greater Lansing Area Sports Hall of Fame, recognizes the following recipients of the Richard “Dick” Letts Community Service Award.
Click here to view the 2019 nominees for the Letts Award
- Emil Kletke – 1999
- John Demmer – 2002
- Don Monette – 2006
- Tony Noyola – 2008
- Bill Archer – 2010
- Bill Demmer – 2012
- Joel Ferguson – 2013
- Carl Wagner – 2016