Dorreene Wahl was inducted to the Hall of Fame as a builder of curling.
When Dorreene arrived in the Yukon in 1950 she became involved in curling. She was an active member of the Whitehorse Curling Club in 1952 and served on many committees. She also served as the president of the Whitehorse Ladies Curling Club and represented the Yukon at the Canadian AGM that discussed the entry of Yukon/NWT as a member. Not only was Dorreene an acitve club member but she was extremely active at the provincial and territorial level. From 1964 to 1971 she served on the B.C. Ladies Curling Association board (Yukon was a member of that association) in the capacity of President. When the Yukon/NWT Ladies Curling League was established, Dorreene became the Yukon Zone Convener, Vice President and worked on many different committees.
Dorreene curled on teams that were champions of the Yukon Ladies Championships (1963, 1969), Yukon.NWT Ladies Championships (1977-81, 1983) and Arctic Winter Games (1970, 1974, 1976). She also played at the Canadian Sr. Ladies Championships in 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1983.