Catholic leaders honored by Boy Scouts
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|Monday, 28 May 2012 03:59 |
TOLEDO—As the Erie Shores Council, Boy Scouts of America, celebrates its 100th year of Scouting in Northwest Ohio, the council is honoring adult volunteer Scouters and youth who have earned special recognitions this past year.
The Annual Scouter Recognition Dinner begins at 6 p.m. June 7 at Camp Miakonda.
Catholics being honored include John Blodgett of Oak Harbor St. Boniface, Scott Moffett of Toledo St. Clement and Mark Urrutia of Toledo Little Flower, who are all being given the Silver Beaver Award. This is the highest award the council can bestow on an adult volunteer. It is given in recognition of noteworthy service of exceptional character to youth both in and out of Scouting.
Additionally, Mark Brown of Fremont St. Ann, is to receive the District Award of Merit for providing service of an outstanding nature at a district level.
Other awards being given during the ceremony include the Gregory Hendel Lifetime Volunteer Service Award and the John Haar Lifetime Volunteer Service Award. Also being recognized are more than 2,000 adult volunteer leaders who work in various programs with boys ages 7 to 21 and girls ages 14-21.
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