Wolf to get top award for Scouting volunteersBrenda Wolf, Jamestown, will be presented the Silver Beaver Award on Saturday at the Kelly Inn in Bismarck.
Brenda Wolf, Jamestown, will be presented the Silver Beaver Award on Saturday at the Kelly Inn in Bismarck.
The Silver Beaver Award is the highest honor to be bestowed upon a local Scouting volunteer. This award is presented annually for outstanding service to youth by the Northern Lights Council, with the Boy Scouts of America’s National Council approval.
Wolf is an assistant scoutmaster with Troop 134 in Jamestown and the Flickertail District commissioner. She has served in many capacities over her Scouting years, including Tiger Cub leader, den leader, Webelos leader, cubmaster, district committee member, merit badge counselor and unit commissioner.
Wolf has received the Tiger Cub Leader Award, Cub Scout Den Leader Award, Webelos Den Leader Award and Cubmaster Award. She has also received the Boy Scout Leader Training Award, Commissioner’s Key, Arrowhead Honor Award, Adult Religious Award and the District Award of Merit. She has completed Wood Badge training, served on Wood Badge staff and is a Brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow.
In addition to her Scouting service, Brenda has volunteered her time with the Stutsman County 4-H Club, Buffalo City Karting Club and Frontier Village Wild West Players. She belongs to Concordia Lutheran Church and has been an active member of the church choir.
Flickertail District of the Boy Scouts of America serves Eddy, Foster, Griggs, Steele, Barnes, Stutsman, LaMoure, Ransom, Dickey and Sargent counties in North Dakota. The Northern Lights Council is a United Way Agency.