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Sons Of Liberty District
Boston Minuteman Council

District Awards and Recognition

Do you have an Outstanding adult in your Troop, Pack, or Crew?  Have they contributed the extra amount of work, time, effort or ideas?  Are you and/or the boys proud of what they have accomplished?  Then now is the time to nominate that person for any of the following Sons of Liberty District awards:

District Award of Merit - The highest award for service that can be presented on the District level. This award is available to Scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the district level.  Please complete the District Award of Merit apllication.

Charles A. Nason Distinguished Scouter Award - Presented to a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturing Crew leader or District Scouter in recognition of exceptional dedication and service to his or her unit or the Sons of Liberty District. Prerequisite: Must have been awarded the District Award of Merit.

Cub Scout Leader of the Year - Presented to a leader who has demonstrated superior leadership, knowledge and dedication for the betterment of the Cub Scouting program on a unit or District level.

Boy Scout Leader of the Year - Presented to a leader who has demonstrated superior leadership, knowledge and dedication for the betterment of the Boy Scouting program on a unit or District level.

Rookie of the Year - Presented to a Scouter with two years of service or less, who has demonstrated exceptional dedication to the Scouting program on a unit or District level.

Please pick up an application at the District Roundtable or Council Service Center.

Other Recognition Awards:

Veterans Application




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