Saturday, February 18, 2023  |  7:00 pm

Cornerstone United Methodist Church 
18081 West Rd, Houston, TX 77095

fleur-de-leis on a plateThe District Awards Reception is an evening of fellowship and gratitude as we acknowledge our adult volunteers for their hard work and dedication. Outstanding leaders at the unit and district levels will be recognized.

This event is based last year's participation and performance. There will be awards for both the Soaring Eagle and the Copperhead Districts.  All volunteers in Red Wolf District are invited to attend.

A formal program will begin at 7:00 pm, then immediately after the program, there will be a time for fellowship.

Please show your Scouting spirit by wearing your BSA field uniform.

Registration

The registration fee is $16.50 for the first Scouter and $15 for each additional Scouter. At checkout, pay with a credit card or electronic check. There is no onsite registration or payment.  Council Refund Policy.

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Award Nominations

Due by February Roundtable

Nominate Scouters who have served youth above and beyond the call of duty at the unit and district level for special awards. This is an opportunity to help recognize and thank leaders and volunteers that helped the unit succeed in delivering a great Scouting program. All nominations are confidential. To avoid possible disappointment, do not notify the nominee of this action. Awards are presented to volunteers at the Red Wolf District Awards Reception. 

Nomination Form

Family of the Year Award 

family of the year graphicThe family is an important part of Scouting. Family support for each youth and adult ensures Scouting success.  Parents who volunteer as leaders provide vital support for their children, and the character development of Scouting’s youth make a parent’s job a bit easier and more fulfilling. The Family of the Year Award recognizes a family within the district who has made a significant contribution to their unit, community, and district. 

Partners in Scouting Award 

partners in Scouting award sign Scouts and Scout units rely on the support of community partners to provide a successful program. Community partners consist of businesses, churches, individuals, schools, and service organizations. Community partners contribute facilities, human resources, and financial resources in order to support Scouting. The Partner in Scouting Award recognizes an outstanding entity or individual in the community that generously supports Scouting in the district.

Soaring Eagle District Award

Many Scouters make a significant impact to Scouting, but their service may not be well known throughout the district. Their work is important and directly affects the quality of Scouting at all levels.  The Soaring Eagle Award recognizes Scouters who have excelled in service to Scouting.  Although consideration for the award is primarily given to a Scouter’s service within a unit, service at the district level is also taken under consideration.

Copperhead District Award

Many Scouters make a significant impact to Scouting, but their service may not be well known throughout the district. Their work is important and directly affects the quality of Scouting at all levels.  The Copperhead Award recognizes Scouters who have excelled in service to Scouting.  Although consideration for the award is primarily given to a Scouter’s service within a unit, service at the district level is also taken under consideration.

CARES Award (Copperhead only)

The CARES (Copperhead Adult Recognition of Excellence in Scouting) Award recognizes an adult volunteer whose service and support to a unit has made such a difference during 2021, that without them, the unit wouldn't be the same. Often behind the scenes, they are the positive, influential people who support the Scouts and Scouters in times of stress and pressure. Each unit can nominate one adult for every 50 registered youth. 

District Award of Merit 

District Award of Merit The District Award of Merit is a council award presented by districts in the same manner that the Silver Beaver is a national award presented by councils. The award is available to Scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the district level. The award is made available annually on the basis of one for each 25 traditional units or fraction thereof. The district need not present all the awards to which it is entitled each year. It is not appropriate to nominate a Scouter who has already received this award. A professional Scouter or council employee may not receive this award based on employment service. However, a professional Scouter or employee who also serves as a volunteer Scouter may be eligible, based on volunteer service.

Charter Partner of the Year

The district will honor one chartered partner that has contributed greatly to Scouting. This award promotes strong relationships between chartered organizations and Boy Scouts of America. Awards are presented at the district dinner. Nominees may be religious communities; educational groups; civic, service, or fraternal associations; or business, industry, labor, military, or veterans organizations. Nominees must be currently chartering one or more units in the district. The nominee will display attributes similar to the following:

  • Demonstrates outstanding or distinctive relationships beyond the normal expectation.
  • Provides noteworthy service to youth, contributing to increased youth participation.
  • Cooperates with the district and/or council.
  • Involves the institutional head in the selection of quality unit leadership.
  • Increases the reputation of Scouting within the community organization.

Contacts

For more information about the district awards reception or nomination process, contact Sami Stagg.

http://red-wolf.shac.org/district-awards-reception