The Turning Point District of the Twin Rivers Council, Good Scout Award honoree this year is Assemblyman Dan Stec. While in the Assembly, Dan has established himself as a champion of transparency and ethics reform, successfully pushing through a Constitutional Amendment that would allow corrupt public officials to be stripped of their taxpayer funded pensions. He also helped guide three Adirondack Park related Constitutional Amendments to successful passage. Additionally, he has been striving to help solve the critical issues New York State faces – aging infrastructure, high speed broadband internet access, high taxes, job growth and education reform. He currently serves as the Vice-Chair of the Assembly Minority Conference, the Ranking Minority Member of the Assembly’s Committee on
Environmental Conservation and also sits on the Assembly’s Economic Development, Local Governments,Social Services, and Tourism Committees.
The event will take place on Thursday, May 9th, at The Great Escape Lodge. The reception will begin at 6:00 pm, with the dinner and program at 7:00. Funds raised for this event will help to ensure ongoing support of our local Boy Scout organization. Registration and information are available at: www.trcscouting.org/wakgsad
Michael Bittel, President & CEO of the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce serve as Master of
Ceremonies. Also to be recognized will be Mr. John Schutze with the Dr. John A. “Doc” Matochik Award for distinguished Scouter. And, we are honoring Glens Falls Printing and Mr. Bob Beyerbach with the “Linc” A. Cathers Award for distinguished corporate supporter.
This event is one of the major fundraisers for the Boy Scouts. We sincerely hope that you will help make this year’s event a great success. Your support will help to continue our local scouting program which will produce the leaders of tomorrow.
In addition to the dinner, we are holding our annual GSAD auction. Please consider donating an item to be auctioned on May 9th. Suggested items include gift certificates, services, collectables—anything you think someone would bid on.
All funds raised through this event will benefit the Turning Point (formerly Wakpominee) District of the Twin Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of America. The district serves Warren, Washington, and Northern Saratoga Counties and supports over 1,300 young people.