Showing appreciation through recognition
Over the years, Crossroads of America has routinely given awards to distinguished Scouts, Troops, leaders and volunteers. These awards recognize outstanding Eagle Scouts, exceptional adult volunteers and others.
Judge John Price Outstanding Eagle Scout Award
This award is presented annually at the Annual Scouting Awards Dinner. The award and $1,000 scholarship are given to a deserving member of the previous year’s Eagle Scout class. The award takes into consideration a Scout’s troop involvement, leadership positions, school and community activities and service project.
Merle Miller Eagle Project of the Year Award
This award is presented annually at the Annual Scouting Awards Dinner. This high honor is awarded to the Eagle Scout carrying out the most outstanding service project from the previous year. The Scout recognized will have planned and executed a service project with meaningful community impact, involving effective use of leadership skills and extensive personal effort. The award also takes into consideration the planning and creativity involved in the project. Crossroads of America Council gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the Merle Miller family and Ice Miller for making possible this award and the accompanying $1,000 education scholarship.
Silver Beaver Award
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 adult volunteers who have impacted the lives of youth through service. The Silver Beaver Award is the highest honor Crossroads of America Council may bestow on a volunteer.
Questions regarding nominations and the ceremony may be directed to Dan Joyce by email.
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