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2018 Red Arrow Awards

  July 31, 2018       Announcements       NOAC 2018

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The Red Arrow Award is presented by the National Order of the Arrow Committee for distinguished service to the Order by either non-Scouters or Scouters who are not members of the Order. This distinguished service may take many forms and involves a significant period of time, as opposed to a single event. A limited number of awards are presented to those whose accomplishments are of the highest order. This recognition is presented at the National Order of the Arrow Conference.

2018 Red Arrow Award Recipients

Debra M. Dyson

Debbie is from Irving, TX and served for seven years as administrative assistant for the Order of the Arrow at the National Service Center. In that role, Debbie has provided valuable support to the Order of the Arrow in conjunction with NOACs, national planning meetings, and regional OA training activities. In March 2018, she became Senior Administrative Assistant in the Office of the Chief Scout Executive. Debbie has worked for the Boy Scouts of America in a variety of roles since 1989.

Stephanie Jordan

Stephanie is from Irving, TX and has served since 2010 as administrative assistant for the Order of the Arrow at the National Service Center. In that role, Stephanie has provided valuable support to the Order of the Arrow in conjunction with NOACs, national planning meetings and has helped with lodge requests for Vigil Honor and Founder’s Award recognition items. Stephanie has worked for the Boy Scouts of America for twenty years.