Each year, the award honors an individual in the community who has enriched the region through dedication and commitment to the values of Scouting.
Lee’s involvement with BSA began in 1970, when he became a member of Boy Scout Troop 420. He became an Eagle Scout on March 22, 1975. His Eagle Scout service project consisted of working with veterans at a veterans nursing facility. He later served as Assistant Scoutmaster.
He has served on The Mountaineer Area Council, BSA, where he chaired the council’s first program to create an endowment fund, and has continued his love of Scouting through supporting the many local and regional Scouting events hosted and sponsored by Waynesburg University each year.
Initiatives at Waynesburg include the University’s annual Merit Badge University, an event that brings more than 300 Scouts to Waynesburg to earn merit badges while being exposed to a wide spectrum of academic disciplines by qualified faculty and staff.
The University also offers two resident camps each year, STEM Camp, during which Scouts earn merit badges in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, and a Life-to-Eagle Camp, where Scouts who are at least Star rank can earn merit badges and work on their Eagle portfolio in the school’s state-of-the-art computer lab.
Additionally, through the Waynesburg University Scout Scholarship, incoming students who are Eagle Scouts, Girl Scout Gold Award recipients and Venturing Silver or Summit Award recipients can receive up to $2,000 over the course of four years for their accomplishments within Scouting.
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Ashley Wise, Assistant Director of University Relations
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