Dan Beard Council News
For the an inventory of press releases from events in the Dan Beard Council, please click here. For the latest updates and news about what’s happening in the Dan Beard Council, please see below.
November 20, 2019 – In June, 1984, David Schaefer lost his high school class ring. Then, in September of 2019, David receives an email through Facebook Messenger from Joe House, who David did not know. Joe, an Eagle Scout from Troop 974 of the West Chester Nazarene Church in West Chester, Ohio, asked David if he lost something and asked about when he graduated his particular high school. David remembered losing his ring and connected with Joe to personally meet him and thank him for returning his lost item. For the story in it’s entirety, click HERE.
April 4, 2019 – In March, more than 1,000 community leaders gathered in for the annual Dan Beard Council Good Scout Award Luncheon. The Dan Beard Council honored Laura Brunner, President and CEO of The Port and Ed Diller, Partner at Taft, Stettinius & Hollister. The Dan Beard Council serves more than 30,000 boys and girls in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky with a program of character development and leadership training.
April 2, 2019 – As of Tuesday, April 2, 2019, the bridge to the south of the Cub World entrance is closed. The repairs may not start until summer of 2020. This means that the only option to access Cub World will be by coming down Price Road past Camp Craig; access from Milford is no longer an option. This will affect all Scout and non-Scout groups and events for the foreseeable future, including (but not limited to) Summer Camp, Challenge Camp, Peterloon, Spook-O-Ree, all weekend Reservations, District Camp-O-Rees and Cub-O-Rees, etc. Please make note and make proper travel arrangements on getting to camp. Click HERE or the image above for more details on this closure.
January 14, 2019 – Birders call a group of eagles a convocation, a congregation or an aerie. But in the case of Daniel, Tim, Ben, Adam, Sam and Joshua Moeller, a more fitting word is “family. Last month, the two youngest members of the Cincinnati-based Moellers earned the Eagle Scout rank. In doing so, Sam and Joshua became the family’s fifth and sixth Eagle Scouts. That means all six Moeller brothers — whose ages range from 15 to 30 — have achieved Scouting’s highest honor. In doing so, they join an even larger family: the community of more than 2 million Eagle Scouts in BSA history.
May 31, 2018 – The Professional Leadership Network (PLN) of Dan Beard Council, Boy Scouts of America hosted the seventh annual Dodgeball Challenge tournament. The proceeds help send under-served local youth to Dan Beard Council’s Challenge Camp, an exciting summer camp program designed to prepare youth to become well-equipped citizens by instilling in them the values of service, leadership and ethics.
May 29, 2018 – Reagan Alley, of Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky, was awarded a $5,000 National Aviation Exploring Scholarship Award by the Boy Scouts of America’s National Aviation Exploring Committee. Two years ago, Reagan joined the Aviation Explorer post of the Dan Beard Council, which he found was a great way to stay in Scouting and focus on his career path.
March 14, 2018 – More than 1,100 people gathered for the annual Dan Beard Council Good Scout Award Luncheon to celebrate the accomplishments of Chris Cole and raise $500,000 for Boy Scout programs.
November 21, 2017 –Strategic advisor for Hilltop Basic Resources, Inc. and long-time Scouter, John F. Steele Sr., will be honored as one of four recipients in the 2018 class of Great Living Cincinnatians. The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber has presented the Great Living Cincinnatian award annually since 1967.
June 5, 2017 – The Professional Leadership Network (PLN) of Dan Beard Council, Boy Scouts of America will host the seventh annual Dodgeball Challenge tournament in support of an exciting summer camp program called Challenge Camp.
July, 2017 – Eight Scouts, ages 13 and 14, and a leader from the Tzofim Israeli Scout Delegation visited the Greater Cincinnati area and Camp Friedlander for two weeks.
December 1, 2016 –CEO of Corporex Cos., and Dan Beard Council board member, William P. Butler, will be honored as one of four recipients in the 2017 class of Great Living Cincinnatians. The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber has presented the Great Living Cincinnatian award annually since 1967. The four honorees will be installed at the 2017 chamber annual dinner at the Duke Energy Center on Feb. 16, 2017