Annual Council Dinner Honoring TVC's VIP's
Twin Valley Council Annual Dinner Event
"The day when we honor TVC's VIP's"
Sunday, April 7, 2019
Hors d'oeuvres Buffet at the WowZone in Mankato, MN
$20 per person
Join us on Sunday, April 7, 2019, as we honor TVC's VIP's! This is a fun afternoon of Scouting fellowship. We laugh, share stories, enjoy great food and celebrate how great the volunteers on Twin Valley Council are. There will be a presentation honoring this year's Silver Beaver Award (the highest honor bestowed upon a Scouting Volunteer). There will also be District Award of Merit presentations - all three districts are eligible plus the Rookie of the Year Award is back for 2019.
New for 2019 are the Cubmaster of the Year Award, Scoutmaster of the Year Award, Unit Committee Chair/Member of the Year and Volunteer of the Year.
But the best part about this event, is YOU, our volunteers and parents are who nominate leaders for these awards. Complete an application for as many leaders as you wish (one per position) and submit to Ray Brauer. This is your chance to show "that special volunteer" how much you appreciate them.
Cubmaster of the Year: This award will go a Cubmaster that goes above and beyond to ensure a quality Cub Scouting program in their pack. This could include working with parents and committee to ensure a fun filled annual program plan, great support for pack’s den leaders, or simply adding that “something special” at pack meetings that make a good program great.
Scoutmaster of the Year: This award will go a Scoutmaster that goes above and beyond to ensure a quality Scouts BSA program in their troop. This could include working with parents and committee to ensure a fun filled annual program plan, great support for assistant Scoutmaster’s and/or Patrol Leader’s Council, or simply adding that “something special” at troop meetings/campouts that make a good program great.
Committee Chair/Committee Member of the Year: This award will go to the unit committee chair or committee member that gives outstanding service to their unit. Much of their work may be unseen by the vast majority of unit members, but without them the unit program would not be as strong as it is. The work quietly behind the scene to ensure the unit leadership have the tools and resources they need to be successful.
Rookie of the Year: This is a person new to Scouting, just joining the volunteer ranks in 2018. They not only joined your unit, but hit the ground running with energy and enthusiasm. Their contribution to your unit has been infectious and encouraged others to get involved as well.
Volunteer of the Year: This individual has made a tremendous contribution to Scouting in 2018. Their service to Scouting has had a greater than usual impact on a Scout(s) life and went above and beyond to ensure a fun, safe, and rewarding Scouting program for your unit, the district, the council, or Scouting as a whole.
Cost to attend this event, which you won't want to miss, is $20 per person. Registration will be open until Thursday, April 4, 2019.
Questions please contact Denise Zernechel.