Wall of Fame

Arrow of Light

Arrow of Light

These boys earned Cub Scouting’s highest rank: Arrow of Light. This is the only Cub Scout rank emblem that can be worn on a Boy Scout uniform and an adult leader uniform.

2017
Jonah Boring
Levi Bruner
Aden Dayon
Dacota Jackson
Dylan Leap
Nathaniel Moreno
Jacob Prichard
Benjamin Rodriguez
Evan Sandvig
Logan Shipek
Zachery Sullivan
Kane Van Slyke
Bryce Wade

2016
Seth Arnold
Jeffrey Hagman
Conner Hanlon
Joshua Hess
Michael Jones
Louis Rodriguez

2014
Jeremiah Baker
Eric Bonnes
Tyler Gabriel

2013
Austin Detrempe
Matthew Page

2012
Jonathan Hoefler


Journey to Excellence

Journey to Excellence Gold 100% Boys' Life 2016

Journey to Excellence is BSA’s performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success, and measure the performance of units, districts, and councils. It is meant to encourage excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of BSA. This is an achievement earned by the entire pack, and all pack members wear the most current award on their uniform to show that the pack has earned this award.

2016 – Gold 100% Boys’ Life
2015 – Gold 100% Boys’ Life
2014 – Gold 100% Boys’ Life
2013 – Gold 100% Boys’ Life
2012 – Gold 100% Boys’ Life
2011 – Gold


Three Peaks District Awards

Three Peaks

2016
Dylan K. – Cub Scout of the Year
Geoff Rice – Den Leader of the Year
Denise Boring – Assistant Cubmaster of the Year
Matt Gardner – Cubmaster of the Year
Denise Boring – District Award of Merit

2015
Denise Boring – Cub Scout Leader of the Year

2014
Pack of the Year
Alex B. – Cub Scout of the Year
Earl Jackson – Assistant Den Leader of the Year
Chris Jones – Unit Leader Award of Merit
Dave Boring – Committee Chair of the Year
Lynn Jones – Spouse of the Year
Tim Bonnes – Spouse of the Year
The Borings – Scout Family of the Year

2013
Michael J. – Cub Scout of the Year
Denise Boring – Cub Scout Leader of the Year
Susan Gabriel – Tiger Cub Scout Leader of the Year
Lynn Jones – Unit Driving Force award

2012
Chris Jones – Cubmaster of the Year


Wood Badge Participants

Wood Badge

Wood Badge is Scouting’s premier training course for adult Scout leaders. Wood Badge courses aim to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to the Scout movement. Wood Badge in one form or another is used throughout the Scouting world. The first Wood Badge training was held at Gilwell Park (United Kingdom) in September 1919. Wood Badge training is recognized by the Gilwell totem of the axe and log. When participants complete the course and their personal goal, they are presented with the wood beads.

Course W4-45-17-2
Dave Boring, Fox
Carly Crawley, Bear
Kelli Keenum, Bobwhite
Geoff Rice, Antelope
Jason Yaokum, Fox

Course W4-45-16-2
Matt Gardner, Bear
Steven Leap, Buffalo

Course W4-45-15-2
Denise Boring, Eagle
Earl Jackson, Bobwhite
Chris Jones, Bear

Last updated: October 19, 2017 at 11:34 am