The Ottawa MG Club Honours Len Fortin

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Last year, the Ottawa MG Club celebrated its 20th anniversary. Through most of that time Len Fortin has been an active member of the club, going back to its early, formative years. Len's love and passion for all things MG is clearly visible in almost everything that he does. Outgoing and friendly, Len always seems to make time for other club members. In fact if there’s one thing that Len likes even more than MGs, it would probably be the folks who enjoy these little cars.

Len and his wife Deb own an MGA, two MGBs, and are grandparents to their daughter's Midget. Along with his involvement in the Ottawa MG Club, Len is also a member of both NAMGAR and NAMGBR, and is an executive member of BCCI.

During his time with the Ottawa MG Club, Len has served in a number of executive positions, including a term as club President. Len is currently editor of The Dashpot, our clubs quarterly newsletter. He also serves as club Communications Director and fills in as an assistant Web Master. Len produces an annual full-colour club events calendar and he represents our club on the British Car Council, Inc. He attends virtually all club meetings and is present at most club sponsored events and outings.

Len MGALen works tirelessly to promote the Ottawa MG Club and to help ensure that the club continues to be fun and interesting for other club members. He is the heart-and-soul of our club and to many people, his is the face of the Ottawa MG Club. For all that he has done and all that he continues to do to for the betterment of our club, the members of the Ottawa MG Club take great pride in honouring Len Fortin as our inaugural recipient of the Renkenberger Spirit Award.

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Last updated on April 26, 2011.