Annual Event Highlights Scouting Programs and Impact
The Blue Ridge Council of the Boy Scouts of America today announced Mike Baur, ScanSource Chairman and CEO, will be honored at its 2020 Blue Ridge Council Patron Dinner. Greenville Triumph Soccer Club Chairman and Erwin Creates President Joe Erwin will serve as Chairman of the prestigious event.
As a longtime advocate of scouting programs, Baur will be recognized for his leadership and service with the Good Scout Award.
The 2020 Patron Dinner will take place on Tuesday, March 10th at 6:00pm in the Ballroom of the Embassy Suites Greenville, 670 Verdae Blvd in Greenville.
Blue Ridge Council CEO Greg Balog commented, “The annual Patron Dinner is our most important single night to amplify all the good created for upstate youth by the Blue Ridge Council’s Scouting, Venturing and Exploring programs. Additionally, it is a great honor each year to recognize someone whose leadership and contributions deserve our thanks. Mike Baur is a great representative of that.“
He continued, “We are thrilled that Joe Erwin has agreed to chair the event for us this year. Joe has a distinguished record of creating companies and growing organizations that cherish and promote the importance of leadership, integrity and service. From his own experience as a Boy Scout, Joe has a special appreciation for the impact scouting can have on youth and the community as a whole.”
The Blue Ridge Council of the Boy Scouts of America provides scouting programs to more than 6,000 youth in eight counties of the Upstate.
About The Blue Ridge Council, Boy Scouts of America
The Blue Ridge Council, Boy Scouts of America serves over 6,000 youth, including more than 2,100 underserved youth, in eight Upstate South Carolina counties.
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