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Commemorative Centennial Medal Recipients
Comeau, James Earl
Herda, Joyce Barbara
Ludberg, James Andrew
Marlow, Arthur Michael
Van Dorstan, Ralf
Scouts Canada Commemorative Centennial Medal
This medal has been created by Scouts Canada to commemorate the past 100 years and
celebrate the beginning of the next 100 years of Scouting in Canada. It will honour our
members and those in the community who have made a significant contribution to
The colors in the ribbon represent our youth sections: Beavers, Cubs, Scouts,
Venturers and Rovers.
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The service rendered must be of a quality nature and not the faithful performance of
the ordinary duties attached to the office or position. The outstanding service performed must have benefited Scouting.
The recipient should have demonstrated:
- Excellence in program delivery
- Excellence in performance and initiatives
- Leadership in creating a culture that encourages and supports youth, adults and staff contributions
- Practices, policies or programs that can serve as a model for others
- Aims and Principles of Scouting
- Innovation through creative utilization of resources
- Ability to carry out predetermined goals or objectives with measurable results
- Ability to make an impact in the Scouting community
Skills and qualities:
- Motivated and energetic
- Team player
- Role model
Activities/initiatives must have taken place or been developed within Scouting within the last three years.
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