NESA Dinner

The Council’s annual NESA (National Eagle Scout Association) dinner was held Saturday evening.  Thank you to our local NESA committee for hosting this great event.

Both David Milligan and Arv Palmer were recognized with the National Outstanding Eagle Scout Award. The NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award (NOESA) is a prestigious recognition granted by the local council’s NESA committee to Eagle Scouts who have demonstrated outstanding achievement at the local, state, or regional level.  Both David and Arv have distinguished themselves with years of exceptional service to Scouting, and by their leadership of other organizations.

Arv Palmer has been the Council’s national representative for years. He is currently serving as Council President.  He is an elder at his church, coaches a Bible Bowl team, delivers meals on wheels, and is an active member of the Gideons International.

David Milligan has served as Order of the Arrow lodge advisor for 20 years.  He has been both Scoutmaster and Cubmaster.  He is very active in the Masonic Lodge, volunteers for ‘The Living Word’ outdoor Drama and serves on their board of directors.

These are just a few of the many ways these men continue to fulfill their Scout Oath in their daily lives.  Congratulations to David and Arv.  Thank you for your continued service!

Other Awards presented were the Eagle Scout project of the year – given to Garrett Taylor-Leedy, and a full scholarship to the National Youth Leader Training presented to Charles Hall.

Support the Raymond Nicholson II Eagle Scout scholarship.

These are the patches that were made for Ray Nicholson’s scholarship. $10 each.  Ray earned his Eagle Scout right here in the Muskingum Valley Council.  The Scholarship is a great way to honor Ray’s life and accomplishments while supporting current and future Scouts. All proceeds go directly to the scholarship account.  They are available at the Council office and at Fink’s where Ray worked.

These are the patches that were made for Ray's scholarship. $10 each. All proceeds go directly to the scholarship account. I have 50 of them.  They are also at the Council office and will be at Ray's benefit later this month.