Bill Goebel receives BSA Silver Antelope Award
Congratulations Bill Goebel on receiving the Boy Scouts of America’s Silver Antelope Award. Bill is a FocusCFO Area President based in Greensboro, NC.
The Silver Antelope Award is used to recognize registered adult Scouters of exceptional character who have provided distinguished service within one of the geographical regions of the Boy Scouts of America. The recognition is presented by the National Court of Honor on behalf of the four regions of the Boy Scouts of America – Central, Western, Southern, and Northeast.
Completed nomination forms are submitted to local councils for Scout executive approval, then submitted electronically to the National Court of Honor; awards are presented each year at the regional awards luncheon held in conjunction with the BSA National Council Annual Meeting. Recipients receive a certificate, an embroidered square knot emblem for the field uniform, and the Silver Antelope medal. The medal is a silver antelope suspended from an orange and white ribbon for formal occasions and civilian wear. Recipients also receive a lapel pin for non-uniform wear. Less than 1,000 scouters of the 20 million scouters have received this award since it began.