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Iron Horse District Annual Award Nomination

Iron Horse District Annual Award Nomination

Wednesday, December 31, 2014 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
@Bobby Lyle Billy Gamble Scouting Center   Fairview, TX
Staff Lead: 
Frank Griffin

Iron Horse District Annual Award Nominations

Due December 31st

The award form can be printed or typed and can be submitted by either email, personal delivery or postal mail as follows:
  1. delivered to the Bobby Lyle Billy Gamble Scouting Center, or mailed to:
Address: ATTN: Iron Horse Awards Committee
5600 US. Hwy. 75 S.
Fairview, TX 75069
  1.   Emailed to frank.griffin@scouting.org and budo@ti.com
Sparkplug Award
Each unit can nominate that special person in their unit to honor the efforts of this exceptional volunteer, deserving recognition for their hard work in providing a quality program for the youth in their unit.  (Limit one per every 50 boys registered within the unitThe Sparkplug Award can also be awarded to a “Team”  (i.e. Husband & Wife, etc…) 
Scouting Family Award
Scouting is truly best when the whole family gets involved.  The Scouting family award goes to a household where Scouting extends to the lives of everyone
The following awards are meant to profile the achievements of especially outstanding unit leaders.  
  • Scoutmaster of the Year
  • Cubmaster of the Year
  • Varsity Coach of the Year
  • Venture Crew Advisor of the Year
  • Committee Chair of the Year
  • Charter Org. Rep. of the Year
  • Den Leader of the Year
  • Commissioner of the Year
Doug Molepske Scouting Award of Excellence
An individual in the District who displays the same ideals and beliefs in the Scouting program as our past District Commissioner, Doug Molepske.
Silver Arrowhead
The Silver Arrowhead is a district award bestowed upon volunteers who make a difference in the life of their youth, their unit, and have extended their service to the district level as well. 
District Award of Merit
The District Award of Merit is the highest award the district can present to volunteers who show the uppermost degree of dedication to the Scouting program.  D.A.M. recipients are those volunteers who go above and beyond their unit program, and serve the entireScouting community on the district level.  Community service outside of Scouting is also a hallmark of D.A.M. recipients.