The specially distinguished service given by the adults listed below has been recognised by the award of the Silver Acorn in this year’s St George’s Day Awards.
- Margaret Aitken Borders District Secretary
- Bruce MacDonald Scout Leader 108th (Colinton)and Regional ASU member (Longcraig)
- Diane Marshall Deputy Regional Commissioner
- Lawrence Mitchell 51st Group ASU member and AAC member Pentland District
- Peggy Wills AAC member Borders District
- Robert Young ASU Manager Craigalmond District
- The Silver Acorn has also been awarded to Evelyn Rose AAC member Borders District who sadly died in December 2015
Congratulations to Liz Wilson, District Commissioner in East Lothian, for winning a Lifetime Achievement Award at YouthLink Scotland’s Youth Worker of the Year Awards 2015.
Isabel McNab, the Regional Commissioner, nominated Liz under the Uniformed Youth Worker of the Year category, but the panel of judges were so impressed by Liz’s work and dedication to Scouting that they decided she deserved even greater recognition, and awarded her a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Read the full story in the Regional Newsletter April 2015.
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