Scout Mahalo Project

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 2014 HAWAII’S DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN’S DINNER (DCD)
“Scout Mahalo” Project

Scout Mahalo was introduced to this dinner about 14 years ago.  It was very well received and recommended to be a tradition for this dinner.  The Mahalo takes place during the dinner’s opening portion when Scouts are thanking attending guests by going around each table and offering the Scout left-handshake and say “Thank you for your support for Scouting.” 

   

WHAT: 100 Scouts needed (Cubs, Boy Scouts, Venturers & Explorers)

WHEN: July 24, 2014

Scouts need to dress in full uniform and arrive onsite by 3:30 PM rehearsal time for the 5:00 PM actual welcoming

WHERE: Sheraton Waikiki Hotel & Resort, Hawaii Ballroom (2nd floor)

WHY:  For Scouts to showcase interpersonal skills all while welcoming and interacting with. This provides an opportunity for Scouts to learn about the supporters and people that make Scouting possible.

HOW:  Sign-up through your District Executives or email

Rosette.Agustin@scouting.org

   
  • Everyone can expect to leave by 6:45 PM.

  • Pizza and refreshment will be provided after the Mahalo, which takes place at 6:15 PM.

  • Hospitality / waiting room is available to all before, during and after the Mahalo.

  • Self-parking tickets will be validated

Distinguished Citizen’s Dinner

This is the Aloha Council’s biggest fundraising event for our Scouting programs. The Hawaii’s Distinguished Citizen Award honors the individual whose leadership in business, industry, government, education, involvement in Boy Scouting and other community endeavors has contributed significantly to the growth and vitality of Hawaii.

 

Honoree:                          John Dean – CPB President & CEO                           

Dinner Objectives:          Honor a most Distinguished Citizen

                                           Raise needed dollars for the Aloha Council programs

   To communicate Scouting’s achievements and needs to as many community leaders as possible

Date:                                 Thursday, July 24, 2014

Place:                                Sheraton Waikiki Hotel & Resort, Hawaii Ballroom

 

 

 

 

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