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The Bronze Pelican is an award presented by the Diocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting to registered Scouters who have given unselfish service to Catholic Scouting as one of the Church's ministries to youth for a period of three or more years. Selection for this award is based on the nominee's service to Catholic Scouting in the parish, the local region or the entire diocese.

Some examples of unselfish service that may qualify for this award include:bronzepelican-color


Serving as a leader for Catholic religious emblems programs in the unit
• Helping Scouts complete Pray the Rosary patches or Footsteps of American Saints patches
• Supporting a Scout's Duty to God by leading or directly supporting other religious activities for Scouts such as vocations events, religious retreats, prayer events for Scouts, etc.
• Advocating for Catholic content in unit, district, and council program planning

Any registered Scouter in the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois may submit nominations for the Bronze Pelican Award for someone who is not that person's spouse or other immediate family member. An award selection committee appointed by the Diocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting reviews all nominations and recommends adults for this award based on the nominee's service to Catholic Scouting as one of the Church's ministries to youth. The deadline to submit a nomination is December 31.

Download the nomination form here:  bronze_pelican_award.pdf


Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 11:41
 
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