DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The 2013 honorees on Dayton's Walk of Fame were announced Thursday.
Among them is former Congressman Tony Hall.
Hall is a three time Nobel Peace Prize nominee for his work on poverty issues.
He served the Dayton area in Congress for 24 years.
Also honored is Harvey Geyer who worked alongside the Wright Brothers, manufacturing planes at the Wright Company.
He went on to develop a new process for making steering wheels, which led to the opening of Inland Manufacturing.
Other inductees include Jerry Gilloti, owner of the downtown Dayton jazz club Gilly's, Alice Downing Lucas, Frederic MacFarlane and Dr. Ned Sifferlen.
The induction ceremony will be held Thursday, September 26 at Sinclair Community College.
The Walk of Fame is located in the Wright Dunbar Historic Business District on West Third Street between Williams and Broadway streets.
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