This is awarded annually to the Scout who most typifies the Scout Oath and Law during the preceding school year. It is named after a former Troop 70 Scout who was killed in action in the Korean War. It was first awarded in 1951.
This recognition is presented annually to the patrol who has had outstanding performance during the year. It is based on patrol contest points and overall participation, advancement, fund raising, and attitude.
Lon Sailers Award
As Scoutmaster for 38 years, Mr. Sailers left a legacy few can equal. Recognition is presented from a special committee of former recipients and troop committee representation. Service to the troop over many years is a requirement with service in key leadership positions.
Dan Herndon Award
Leadership through service is the what Mr. Herndon has demonstrated since he became an assistant scoutmaster in 1964. This award is presented to adults who have served as an ASM and who have had a high level of participation, served in key event leadership roles, and provided service to Scouts on an individual basis. This service must have been demonstrated over at least 10 years.