By Leon Worden, SCVNEWS.com
The Boy Scouts of America have announced the honorees for the Seventh Annual Santa Clarita Valley Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner.
The 2012 list of distinguished honorees from Santa Clarita Valley business, government, and philanthropy are Kiki and Jeff Hacker, Marian and Richard Sandnes and Eileen Mann and Marc Winger. The honor is presented annually to those who personify the character, values, and leadership demonstrated in the Boy Scout Oath and Law in their daily life.
A dinner in the recipients’ honor will be held at The Hyatt Regency Valencia on Saturday, October 13 at 6:30 pm. The public is invited to join in recognition of the community leadership exemplified by these three couples.
Exciting auction items are available: the KHTS Antique Fire Truck tour, an SCV street to be named in your honor, seaborne excursions on the lovely Valkyrie yacht, custom makeup by Joseph Saenz, flights and outdoor adventures galore, and more… with the handsome young Scouts of SCV to encourage your bidding.
This year’s remarkable couples join a distinguished group of Santa Clarita Valley community and business leaders. Past Leaders of Character recipients include: Chell and Greg Amsler, Kristie and Kerry Carmody, Myrna and Gary Condie, Cheri and Don Fleming, Jeri and Carl Goldman, Bob Kellar, Cathy and Bill Kennedy, Marilyn and Kevin Malone, Sue and Larry Mankin, the Honorable Howard P. “Buck” and Patricia McKeon, Ann and Rick Patterson, Jacquie and Harold Petersen, Peggy and Larry Rasmussen, Barbara and Joe Schulman, Dianne and Roger Van Hook, Jim Ventress, Laurene Weste and Jim McCarthy.
For attendance or sponsorship information, contact Ransom Boynton at 661-284-6330 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
About the Boy Scouts of America
The Boy Scouts of America was founded in 1910 and is the nation’s foremost youth program. The organization provides adventure and leadership skills to our youth and services to the Santa Clarita Valley community. Spanning over 100 years, total scout membership is well over 100 million.
The Western Los Angeles County Council of the Boy Scouts of America has continually been recognized nationally for excellence in program development, membership growth, and services provided to youth. Proceeds raised during the Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner will directly benefit the existing programs and services being delivered to the 2,500 youth participating in scouting activities within the Santa Clarita Valley.