The Maine Running Hall of Fame will induct seven members at its 2016 induction ceremony on Nov. 13 at the Governor’s Hill Mansion in Augusta.

The honorees are:

 Larry Allen of Mt. Desert Island, who helped establish women’s indoor track at the University of Maine.

 Robert Ashby of Brunswick, an outstanding distance runner who has won numerous marathons, including this year’s Bay of Fundy International Marathon at age 47.

 Steve Podgajny of Brunswick, who ran a personal-best time of 2:16:46 at the 1981 Boston Marathon and later founded the Maine Distance Festival, a track meet at Bowdoin College that featured some of the nation’s top runners.

 Phil Pierce of Falmouth, who has completed 30 Boston Marathon and many ultramarathons, and has had leadership roles with the Maine Track Club, Maine Running Hall of Fame, New England 65+ Runners Club and Maine Sports Hall of Fame.

 Gretchen Read of Portland, who became an outstanding masters runner after taking up the sport at age 50.

 Bill Reilly of Brownfield, a top age-group runner with personal bests of 16:59 for 5K and 2:43:58 for the marathon, and a longtime coach at Fryeburg Academy.

 Mike Westphal of Cranberry Island, a former Paul Bunyan Marathon champion who continues to run and raise money for charity despite being diagnosed nine years ago with Parkinson’s disease.

The hall will also honor two of the states oldest races: the Pat’s Pizza Clam Festival Classic in Yarmouth and the Great Pumpkin 10K in Saco.

Tickets for the induction ceremony are $25 and can be purchased at www.eventbrite.com/e/maine-running-hall-of-fame-induction-banquet-tickets-27445193312.

Frank Juliano used a 6-iron to record a hole-in-one on the 15th hole at Willowdale Golf Club on Sept. 5. The 147-yard shot was witnessed by Bob Parent, Glenn Stone and John Bilodeau.

Janice Pierce made a hole-in-one on the sixth hole at Toddy Brook Golf Course on Sept. 15. Pierce used a 6-iron for the 85-yard shot, witnessed by Scott Pierce and Kent Pierce.