Buffalo native Nancy Archie Meyer, a longtime judge and event organizer in figure skating, will be inducted into the Lake Placid Hall of Fame during a dinner ceremony Oct. 13.
Meyer, who resides in Naples, Fla., has been a volunteer and judge for various competitions for 47 years. She began judging during the 1950s and moved to Lake Placid in 1965. Meyer became a member of the Lake Placid Skating Club's board of directors in the 1970s and was a member of the United States Figure Skating Association board of directors from 1981 to 1983.
The Lake Placid Hall of Fame was established by the Olympic Regional Development Authority in 1983, three years after the Winter Olympics were held in the village. There are 87 members of the hall, as well as the members of the 1948 U.S. Olympic four-man bobsled team and the 1980 Olympic men's hockey team.
Lockport resident Brenda A. Mattar will be inducted into the St. Lawrence University Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 6. The 1984 grad was a standout on the women's soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse teams.
Mattar was a three-year captain in both soccer and ice hockey, earning St. Lawrence MVP and rookie of the year honors in hockey. She was also an MVP in lacrosse. She has served as a head lacrosse coach at Buffalo Seminary and as an instructor at Dominik Hasek's girls and boys club hockey school.
Mattar is a 1980 graduate of Buffalo Seminary and a 1992 graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Law. She is an attorney with Mattar & D'Agostino, LLP, and practices in Buffalo.
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