Mt. Mitchell District Banquet

Date/Time:

Jan 29, 2022 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

 

Location:

Mars Hill University - Pitman Dining Hall
124 Cascade St
Mars Hill, NC 28754

 

The 2022 District Banquet is used to help thank the many wonderful volunteers we have serving our youth. 

Registration for Mt. Mitchell 2022 Banquet!

Below is a list of awards and what they are awarded for. To nominate someone for any of these awards, please submit the form below. The more details given the better the committee will be able to select the most deserving person. ALL NOMINATIONS ARE DUE JANURARY 10th. 

 

These awards can be nominated on the form at the bottom of this page. 

Pack of the Year: Based on JTE. Each pack will need to submit the unit JTE form. The Pack(s) with the most JTE points submited will win this award

Troop of the Year: Based on JTE. Each Troop will need to submit the unit JTE form. The Troop(s) with the most JTE points submited will win this award

Cubmaster of the Year: This award is given to a Cubmaster (or Assistant) that has gone above and beyond doing everything they can to support our youth week to week. 

Scoutmaster of the Year: This award is given to a Scoutmaster (or Assistant) that has gone above and beyond doing everything they can to support our youth week to week. 

Rookie Cubmaster of the Year: This award is given to a Cubmaster that has gone above and beyond doing everything they can to support our youth week to week. The stipulation is this must be their first year in the role of Cubmaster.

Rookie Scoutmaster of the Year: This award is given to a Scoutmaster that has gone above and beyond doing everything they can to support our youth week to week. The stipulation is this must be their first year in the role of Scoutmaster.

Charter Organization of the Year: This award is given to Charter Organizations that support Scouting in more ways then one, they are always engaged in their units, and helping the scouts enjoy their time in Scouting. 

Den Leader of the Year: his award is given to a Den Leader (or Assistant) that has gone above and beyond doing everything they can to support our youth week to week.

Unit Committee Member of the Year: This award is designed for a committee member that has supported the units success with all of the administrative, behind the scene work. They helped get the unit's Recharter turned in, or championed the popcorn/camp 

Spark Plug Award is a district level award given out to any volunteer that helped keep the scouting spirt alive. These are parents that always bring the snack to den meetings, or a cubmaster that did an expetional job engaging the youth. To earn this award, you do not need to be a registered scouter. 

Trail to Eagle Award is a district level award given out to a registered scouter that has mentored scouts (usually many scouts) to achieve the prestigous rank of Eagle Scout. 

 

These awards have their own nomination form.

Please fill out the appropriate nomination form and submit them via email to james.hylemon@scouting.org unless stated otherwise.  

District Award of Merit: This is a Council award given out at the district level. Mt. Mitchell District can award up to two for this year. The NOMINATION FORM is due to James or Rick no later then Jan. 10th. To avoid possible disappointment, please do not advise nominee in any way of your action in his or her behalf.

Silver Beaver Award: (Given at the Council Level) Each year the National Office is able to award outstanding Council volunteers with this award. Nominations are due Dec. 10th to Paul Hollier, or mailed to the council office in care of the Silver Beaver Selection Committee. Nomination form can be found HERE.

Unit Leader Awards of Merit: Every unit leader can work to earn this award. There is a requirement form HERE.

New Unit Organizer Award is for those adults who establish a new pack, troop, crew, or ship with a chartered organization, a special silver knot on a yellow, green, and red background is available to wear on the uniform. William D. Boyce Award

Scouters Training Award: This award can be presented to registered Cub Scout adult leaders who have two years’ tenure in the pack and have completed position-specific training and other performance requirements designed to encourage and recognize those who give of their resources to make the pack successful. Tenure does not need to be in the same position. SCOUTER'S TRAINING AWARD APPLICATION

Scouters Key: This award is for adult leaders with three years’ tenure who have completed training and other performance requirements. Below are the 4 most common areas to work towards this award

Distinguished Commissioners Service Award is the highest recognition that can be given to a commissioner who has consistently engaged in distinguished and exceptional commissioner service resulting in significant, positive impact to youth, units, and a district and/or council.