2014 Golf Classic

For the past 22 years we have held a benefit golf tournament, which is a major fundraiser for our Council. Last year these funds helped provide summer camp scholarships for hundreds of youth throughout the Ozarks.  This year’s tournament will be Monday, May 12th at the Silo Ridge Golf & Country Club. The all-inclusive fee is $175 per person or $700 per foursome. Fee includes, green fees, carts, lunch, all contest holes, mulligans, refreshments & prizes. Please sign up your team today and help us “Drive a Scout to Camp.”

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2014 Distinguished Citizen

The Ozark Trails Council proudly presents the 2014 Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner to be held on Saturday May 17th, 2014 in Springfield, MO at the White River Conference Center.

This year’s recipient is Mr Bob Hammerschmidt. 
Mr Hammerschmidt is a former Council President of the Ozark Trails Council, the father of three Eagle Scouts, and remains active in the Scouting movement today.

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available for the event by calling 417-883-1636. RSVP’s are requested no later than May 3rd, 2014 to the Springfield Service Center.


About The Distinguished Citizen Award

Established by the Boy Scouts of America, the Distinguished Citizen Award recognizes noteworthy and extraordinary leadership of citizens in communities across the United States. Honoring distinguished citizenship delivers a message to our youth that character counts. The lives of distinguished citizens put into place guideposts that serve to inspire our youth to lead, to accept responsibility,
and to care about principles and causes beyond self-interest.

For 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America has led the nation in providing citizenship training for American youth. Through the years, Scouting has provided young people with character-development programs based on values found in the Scout Oath: duty to God, duty to country, duty to others, and duty to self.

Today’s often heard call for a return to ethical behavior, self-reliance, and caring and concern for others refers precisely to the values expressed in the Scout Law, the bedrock of the movement since 1910.