The Silver Beaver recognizes adult volunteers for exceptional service to Scouting at the council level. The Silver Beaver Award was introduced in 1931 and is a council‐level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Recipients of this award are registered Scouters who have made an impact on the lives of youth through service given to the council. A limited number of Silver Beaver awards are made each year.
The Silver Beaver is the highest award a Council can bestow upon a volunteer for outstanding service to the Council and the youth that it serves. This outstanding group of Scouters have given their time, talent and treasure to the Council and have not gone unnoticed. The awards will be presented at the annual Council Recognition Dinner.
2020 Council Recognition Dinner
The 2020 Council Recognition Dinner promises to be one of the best EVER for the Lincoln Heritage Council. Join us at the National Corvette Museum, Bowling Green, Ky for an evening of fellowship as we recognize those Scouts who’ve gone above and beyond. Along with the Silver Beaver awards, other awards include (nominations for these awards are below):
Come for the evening, of come for the day and enjoy a special entry into the museum and the Corvette Driving Experience Simulator. You can also come and enjoy special exhibits, programs and the historic aircraft at “Aviation Park”.
If you want to make a weekend of it, Bowling Green offers many activities for yourself and your guest, or even your entire troop. Other local attractions include:
Distinguished Eagle Scout Award – To recognize Eagle Scouts who earned their award 25 years or more ago and have achieved national-level prominence in their field.
Outstanding Eagle Scout Award – It is awarded to an Eagle Scout for distinguished service to his profession and community.
Special Needs Service Award – This award was established to provide clear and visible recognition to adults, volunteer and professional, who serve the community of members with disabilities/special needs of the Scouting movement.
Torch of Gold Award – To recognize individuals who have provided outstanding service in the area of Scouts with special needs.
Veteran Scouting Award – To recognize BSA individual members for tenure in Scouting.
Whitney M. Young Award – Recognizes outstanding service by an adult individual or by an organization for demonstrated involvement in the development and implementation of Scouting opportunities for youth from rural or low-income urban backgrounds.
Date: Saturday, March 7, 2020
Location: The National Corvette Museum
350 Corvette Dr, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Registration begin at 5 pm CST. Program will start at 5:45 pm CST.
* 2020 Silver Beavers (and one spouse/guest each): Free
Silver Beaver Alumni (2019 & earlier) Sponsorship – $75 (includes one ticket to reception, a coin, a patch, and recognition in program)
Host Hotel: Wingate Hotel, 185 Greenwood Ln, Bowling Green, KY, (270) 936-8166 (mention Council Recognition Dinner to receive discount)
|Donald Ray Adams||Four Rivers|
|Debra A. Allen||Iroquois|
|Darrell Bartels||Lewis & Clark|
|Patrick Brown||Lincoln Trail|
|Dan Cerlan||Dan Boone|
|Brian A. Glanz||Cherokee|
|Carl Herde||Executive Board|
|Mike L. Meisenhelder||Audubon|
|Bryan Raines||Lincoln Trail|
|Flora M. Schaller||Tecumseh|