42nd Salute to Scouting Annual Dinner


42nd Salute to Scouting Annual Dinner
Date/Time
Registration Begins
7/1/2018
Last Day To Register
11/7/2018
Location
200 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116, US
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42nd Salute to Scouting Annual Dinner 

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Revere Hotel ~ 200 Stuart Street Boston MA 02116

Reception ~ 6:00 pm

Dinner & Program ~ 7:00 pm

Conclusion ~ 8:30pm

 

Honoring Jim Brett

Mr. Brett has continued to be a tireless advocate for the physically and mentally challenged. In 2018, he was awarded the Michael and Kitty Dukakis Lifetime Achievement Award from the Massachusetts Association for Mental Health and in 2017 he was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement and Advocacy Award for Individuals with Disabilities from Community Works Services. In 2014 he was awarded the John “Jack” Brett Champion Award from Special Olympics Massachusetts as well as being inducted into the Special Olympics Massachusetts Hall of Fame. In 2013, The University of Massachusetts Boston established the James T. Brett Chair in Disability and Workforce Development, the nation’s only endowed chair in disability and workforce. In 1996, Bay Cove Human Services of Boston named a new community home of disabled adults the “Brett House” in Mr. Brett’s honor. He has also been recognized for his humanitarian work by Action for Boston Community Development’s Lifetime Public Service Award and induction into the ABCD Hall of Fame. In 2018, Mr. Brett was inducted into the Junior Achievement of Northern New England Hall of Fame.  

 

The Annual Salute to Scouting Dinner raises awareness and support for our powerful inner city Scout programs, and provides enhancements needed to remain relevant in America’s changing landscape. The Boy Scout nominating committee and Board of Directors chooses distinguished individuals to honor in recognition of their leadership and philanthropic support of the Greater Boston Community, their charitable work and business leadership exemplifies the ideals and success of Boy Scouts of America.  The BSA prides itself on being one of the country’s foremost family organizations.

Scout Law: A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent

Scouting has been making a difference in the lives of men and women for more than a century. In fact, today there are more than 50 million living Scout alumni. Altogether that number would be the 25th largest nation on earth. Those alumni have taken an oath “….to do their best…” and to be “Trustworthy” “Helpful” and “Brave.” Many of those individuals have taken that oath to heart. They have enhanced our communities and the quality of life in America. Each year the Boy Scouts of America recognize an elite group of business and community leaders who represent the ideals of the Scout Law in their everyday lives.

2018 Salute to Scouting Committee and/or Leadership Contributors

Steve Barnes, Managing Director, Bain Capital

Peter Brennan, Partner, PWC

Bob DiMuccio, CEO, Amica

Jim Dina, COO, Pyramid Hotel Group

Bob Higgins, Managing Partner, Causeway Media

Bernie Horn, CEO, Polaris Capital Management

Mike Jeans, Ret, CEO New Directions

Pattie Jacobs, President, AT&T New England

Tom Kershaw, Owner, Cheers

Jack Klinck, CEO, Hyperplane

Marty Meehan, President, UMASS System

Joe Nolan, Exec VP, Eversource

Dan Strasshofer, Partner, KPMG

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Cost
$750.00 per Scout Support
$5,000.00 per Guardian Sponsor
$10,000.00 per Participating Sponsor
$15,000.00 per Silver Sponsor
$25,000.00 per Gold Sponsor
$50,000.00 per Platinum Sponsor

The Spirit of Adventure Council, Boy Scout of America