Hall of Fame

General Information

Nominees are evaluated for their significant contributions to the community after reaching the age of 60.  Those selected for induction are role models for leading vibrant, meaningful lives and enriching the quality of life for others.  Their compelling stories demonstrate lifelong commitments to causes, organizations and communities.

Inductees receive a Hall of Fame lapel pin, a framed portrait from a professional photographer, and a personal recognition on stage from county commissioners.  A professionally catered reception with family and friends follows the ceremony.

The legacy of the Hall of Fame is to preserve and foster an appreciation for those remarkable individuals who helped to shape the future of our communities.  More than 450 individuals have been inducted in the Central Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame since 1975

Any individual or organization may nominate a resident of Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Licking, Madison, Pickaway or Union County. Nominees must be 60 years of age or older and a legal resident of Ohio for the past five years or longer.  A married couple may be nominated for one award if both have been equally involved in the same activities and both meet the eligibility criteria.

Hall of Fame Nomination Form

2020 Hall of Fame

The 45th annual Central Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame was an invitation only event held on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at The Gallery of Champions banquet venue in Columbus.  


2019 Hall of Fame

The 44th annual Central Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame recognized the accomplishments of 13 older adults on Wednesday, May 15, at the Martin Janis Center in Columbus. The Soriano Duo performed and Colleen Marshall of NBC4 hosted the recognition program. A reception followed with solo piano entertainment by Rick Soriano.




For any questions, please contact the Hall of Fame Coordinator at 1-800-589-7277.

Frequently Asked Questions


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Current Inductees

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Hall of Fame Nomination Form