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St. George

St. George Medal

About the Emblem:

The St. George medal is a national recognition recommended by the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Committee on Scouting and awarded by the National Catholic Committee on Scouting.

Eligibility:

  • Any adult who is working in the Scouting Program under Catholic auspices.
  • Working with Catholic youth not in Catholic units,
  • For adults who have made significant contributions in the field of Catholic-Scouting relationships,
  • Lay men and women, Deacons, priests, religious, or non-Catholic,
  • No honorary recognitions will be made.

Purpose:

To recognize the recipient’s outstanding contribution to the spiritual development of the Catholic youth in the program of the Boy Scouts of America. Each Unit, Council and Parish may submit the name of a possible candidate for the reception of this emblem. A candidate may be submitted by the Scout Committee in his parish, by a group of individuals who are active in youth affairs, a registered scouter in the parish, or by the pastor. Approval of the pastor must be acquired before application will be considered.

NOTE: Work accomplishment and dedication is the major criteria for receiving this award, although, a minimum of five years of service to youth and Scouting with three years in the diocese is generally required.

The National Catholic Committee on Scouting permits one emblem annually for each diocese plus one for every 20 Catholic chartered units or fractions thereof. No honorary recognitions are to be made.

Nomination Application

You must have Adobe PDF Reader to read this Application. The link is below.

Nominations are due by March 1!

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Nicholas Trandem,
Apr 13, 2012, 1:48 PM