Sunday, August 23, 2009

Lions Club Community Service Awards Knot

One of our readers, Marty Val Hill, shared the following with us:

I met a Scouter in San Antonio last week who told me the Lions Club and BSA finally established an Award for Lions Club members who wanted to earn the BSA Community Service Awards knot. I asked him to send me the link to their requirements and I have included it below.

This is a brand new award (only five awarded to date). Please forward this email as widely as you think would be beneficial.

The award requirements are online at:

Award Requirements
General Information Sheet
1. Must be a Lion in good standing with his/her local club, be a current registered Lion for five years and be nominated by the current president of a local Lions Club and/or District Governor.
2. Be registered in a Scouting position at a Unit, District or Council level for a combination of five years;
3. Be fully trained in his/her scouting positions and his/her Lions Club/district leadership positions;
4. Have strengthened the relationship between local Lions Clubs and Scouting;
5. Assisted Lions Clubs in forming new scouting units: and
6. Exemplifies the BSA/Girl Scout Laws and Lions Motto.

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