Boy Scouts ~ Chief Kamiaken District

The Palouse Hills Award

In April, the Chief Kamiaken District of the Inland Northwest Council of the Boy Scouts of America held their annual Volunteer Awards Dinner.  At the dinner, District representatives honored Plateau Archaeological Investigations with the Palouse Hills Award.  The award was created in 2001, and is awarded annually to a non-scouter group or business that has done an outstanding job in supporting Scouting at the district level.

The Chief Kamiaken District representatives acknowledged both David and Jenny, not only for the time and exceptional service they have devoted to Troops 444 and 460, but also for loaning Plateau tools, vehicles, and equipment to scouts and leaders for various projects and outings.

In addition to the Palouse Hills Awards, Jenny was presented with the Extra Miler Award for “going the extra mile” in helping scouts prosper in Troop 460.

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