Wednesday, 11 February 2009

National Hall of Leadership

National Hall of Leadership
A one time opportunity during the 100th birthday of the Boy Scouts of America to recognize a outstanding scout, Leader, or any person who has served in a scouting position that has deeply impacted not only the scouting program but the world through their extraordinary leadership abilities. Leadership is more than just serving as a chief executive it is truly about knowing how to deal with people, problems, and attitudes in a appropriate and efficient manner.

Nominations will be submitted online for judging. Every council once the submission period has closed will have access to a electronic database of stories from individuals explaining how the service of youth and adults in your council have made a difference in Scouting and in the Community.

In order to be nominated for this prestigious group the nominee must:
  1. be a living Scout or Scouting volunteer
  2. Does not have to be officially registered with the BSA but must have served as a active scout or Scouting volunteer withing Scouting for at least one year.
  3. Age is not a consideration. The person may be young or old.
The submissions are to be submitted online in a form of a story and must be 450 words or less. The period for nominating has already open and will be open until February 8, 2010 (Hopefully you know what date that is by now if you have be following my blog). Judging will then take place that the annual meeting in May 2010 in Dallas, Texas during the BSA National Annual Meeting.

Yours in Scouting Service
Mark W
Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
Troop 1616

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