The Circus Ring of Fame Inductees

George Scott Circus Ring Of Fame Foundation inductee

Scott, George

  A one-of-a-kind act that his never been duplicated and the most recognized comedy act in circus history, George and his partner the mule Nebraska

Charles schlarbaum Circus Ring Of Fame Foundation inductee

Charles Schlarbaum

Few in American circus history have led as many circus bands in as many performances. Born into a musical family with ties to the circus,

mabel stark Circus Ring Of Fame Foundation inductee

Mabel Stark

Mabel Stark From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mabel Stark Born Mary Haynie December 9, 1889 Princeton, Kentucky Died April 20, 1968 (aged 78) Thousand Oaks, California

The highest of achievements in circus arts and culture is celebrated annually in Sarasota, Florida. The Circus Ring of Fame Foundation organizes and hosts the dignified ceremony on beautiful St. Armands Circle before thousands of admirers. The end result is part Academy Awards “Lifetime Achievement”mixed with a Hollywood Walk of Fame style plaque, representing permanent recognition for the artist. After the ceremony, the inductees remove elegant red velvet covers revealing large bronze wagon wheels and biographical plaques, providing a synopsis of their lifelong contribution to circus arts and culture.

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