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Outstanding Citizens to be Honored at the 2018 Denville Good Scout Awards Dinner

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Boy Scouts of America, Patriots’ Path Council will be honoring local citizens at the annual Denville Good Scout Award Dinner to be held on the evening of Thursday, April 12, 2018 at Zeris Inn in Mountain Lakes, NJ. 

The Denville Good Scout Awards Dinner recognizes 6 exemplary citizens who have positively contributed to the community through their business or volunteer work and for their embodiment of the values of the century old Scout Oath and Law in their personal and professional lives.

This year’s honorees are:

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Patricia Dyer is an educator retired from the Mountain Lakes Board of Education and community volunteer.

Christopher Golinski is a former elected official in Denville and active community volunteer.

Lance M. Incitti currently serves on the Kiwanis International Board of Trustees ad is active with the Denville Kiwanis Club.

Bill Keating is the Captain of the Denville First Aid Squad.

Harriet Kelem is an active volunteer with Denville Social Services.

Barbara McCloskey is the past president of the GFWC – Woman’s Club of Denville-Rockaway

The event’s chairperson is Douglas Gabel, Denville Township Council President.

Denville and its surrounding communities have a very active Scouting program. Over 100 kids enjoy Scouting in two Cub Scout packs (for boys ages 7 to 11 years) three Boy Scout troops (for boys ages 11-18), and one Venturing crew (for boys and girls ages 14-20). Some of the local organizations that support the Scouting experience are: Denville Community Church, U.M., Union Hill Presbyterian Church, Norman Dean Home for Services, Inc. and the local American Legion Post #390.  

Denville is a part of the Black River District of the Patriots’ Path Council of the Boy Scouts of America.  In this district, some 3,000 youth are served by over 70 Scouting units in communities throughout Morris county.

To be an event sponsor or support this event by purchasing a ticket, please visit www.ppcbsa.org/special-events.

For more information please contact Maria Yosco, Development Executive, at 973-986-0178 or by email at maria.yosco@scouting.org.

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