The women inducted had one person each and all loved dearly, and that was another inductee, Jane Montgomery. Montgomery returned the favor by expressing her gratitude.
"I could not be more proud of the four women going into the Hall of Fame tonight," Montgomery said toward the end of her speech. "I am as proud of your achievements like you were my own daughters."
One other highlight from the night came toward the end when a duo of siblings made their speeches.
Toward the end of Randall's speech, she was thanking all of the people who influenced her, as all the other honorees did. However, there was only one who had the opportunity to thank her big brother for his help, even when they were kids.
"What other 8-year-olds do you know would come home and teach his little sister everything he learned?" Randall said. "He was always patient with me, and willing to share everything so that I could be successful, and I couldn't be more appreciative of that," she said.
Her brother, Rick, was also appreciative of the honor.
"The biggest part of the honor is to be in the group of people that you have a chance to be associated with, because there's so many icons in Camanche's history, so I'm happy to share this opportunity with them."
Borrison closed by saying that the school isn't done bringing in new inductees.
"We want to bring in at least 10 into next year's class because there are so many who have made a great impact to not only our school but also our community," Borrison said.