Rev. Skip Masback, Senior Minister at the Congregational Church of New Canaan; Norm Merritt, President & CEO of iQor and Bishop of the Stamford LDS Ward; and Tony Pavia, Principal at Trinity Catholic High School are being honored at the annual Greater Stamford Good Scout Tribute Dinner on Thursday, December 6 at the Stamford Marriott Hotel & Spa.
The Good Scout Tribute Dinner is an annual event that helps over 17,000 young men and women in southwestern Connecticut participate in Scouting each year. The Good Scout Award is presented to individuals who exemplify the ideals of the Boy Scouts of America expressed in the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. Recipients are chosen for their outstanding community service as evidenced by interest and leadership given to many worthwhile organizations as well as the respect and esteem in which they are held by their colleagues.
“Our honorees this year have incredible commitment to their communities and in particular to the values that we in Scouting strive to see in our members,” says Doug Machin, President of the Connecticut Yankee Council Board. “We are thrilled to have this opportunity to honor these individuals for all they have done for young people.”
Past honorees of the Greater Stamford Good Scout Dinner include Bobby Valentine, State Senator L. Scott Frantz, Conair Corporation Senior Vice President Lee Rizzuto, Denis Nayden from Oak Hill Capital Partners, Harold McGraw III of The McGraw-Hill Company, and Americares founder Robert Macauley, among others.
Reservations and sponsorships are being accepted for the dinner. Individual tickets are $200 per person and sponsorship levels and tribute ads are still available. Anyone interested in supporting the dinner should visit www.ctyankee.org/stamford to download a reservation form. For more information on supporting or attending this dinner, please contact Tony Vogl, Director of Development & Marketing at (203) 876-6868, Ext. 259 or email@example.com.
The Connecticut Yankee Council, Boy Scouts of America serves more than 17,000 youth in Fairfield, New Haven and parts of Hartford counties. Scouting’s programs encourage youth to pursue their special interests, make new friends, develop leadership skills and give back to their community. For more information, please visit http://www.ctyankee.org.