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Boy Scout Service Awards

 

Den Chief Service Award

 

To recognize youth members who serve as den chief for at least a year, understand Cub Scouting, attend den chief training, and are active.

The Den Chief Service Award recognizes Den Chiefs who have served for over a year and completed a number of other requirements. Den Chiefs who earn this recognition are awarded a special cord to wear. They wear the cord in addition to their regular Den Chief cord and may continue wearing the cord even after they are no longer a Den Chief.

http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/BoyScouts/AdvancementandAwards/MeritBadges/dencf.aspxExternal Link

 


Interpreter Strip

 

  http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/BoyScouts/AdvancementandAwards/MeritBadges/inter.aspxExternal Link

To signify that a youth or adult member speaks a foreign language (one other than English)

 

 

 


 

Messengers of Peace

 

Scouting founder Robert Baden-Powell called on participants to carry the spirit of the jamboree home “so that we may help to develop peace and happiness in the world and goodwill among all Scouts.”

The Scouts of the world have been answering that call for more than 90 years.Today, Scouts in dozens of countries are working for peace by solving conflicts in their schools, building links between divided communities, teaching their peers about health and wellness, and repairing environmental damage. To recognize their efforts—and to inspire more young men and women to help Scouting create a better world—the World Scout Committee has launched the Messengers of Peace initiative. 


 

National Honor Patrol Award

Overview

To encourage patrols to have identity, spirit, be active, to do Good Turns and service projects, complete rank advancement, wear the uniform, be organized, participate with the troop, and grow; requirements found in the Patrol Record Book.


 

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