2021 Inductees

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Blair Buttar

Born in Edmonton and raised in Leduc, Blair Buttar started playing golf at the Leduc Golf and Country Club when he was 12. It quickly became obvious that he had found his passion. Highlights of his career include winning the 1992 Alberta Junior Championship, winning the 2000 Alberta Amateur Championship and finishing as a runner-up in the 2000 Canadian Amateur Championship.

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Casson Masters

Born in 1975 to Bill and Marilyn Masters, Casson grew up on an acreage in Leduc County where he and his two brothers (Curtis and Mark) would spend countless hours playing hockey together on their backyard pond.

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Corbin Sharun

Corbin Sharun first started playing football at age seven with the Leduc Atom Bobcats. He played all his years of minor football with Leduc, winning numerous awards with the Ti-Cats. He then attended Edmonton's Strathcona Composite High School, where he was a three-year starter for the Lords.

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Linda Christensen

Linda Christensen moved to Leduc with her husband Jens in 1973 when they were newly married. Their first son, Danny, was diagnosed with Down Syndrome, and it was this circumstance that launched Linda on her journey of spearheading Special Olympics Leduc. 

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