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Lloyd Hubler was presented with the prestigious Silver Beaver Award at the 2013 Mississippi Valley Council Annual Dinner on February 9, 2013.
The Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America.
Recipients are registered adult scouters who have made an impact in the lives of youth through service given to the council. The award is given to those who implement the scouting program and perform community service through hard work, self-sacrifice, dedication and many years of service.
Only 3 recipients are awarded annually in the council out of over 1500 adult volunteers. Silver Beaver recipients have never sought out this recognition or any reward for their service and hard work.They give of themselves to help others.
Lloyd has been active in scouting over 2 decades. He has served as Scoutmaster of Troop 63, Committee Chair and Charter Organization Rep of Troop 63 and Pack 63, Unit Commissioner, Shoquoquon District Commissioner, Cub Resident Camp cook and Tribe of the Silver Tomahawk lodge advisor.
He has achieved the paint station of Medicine Man in the lodge. He has been active in his church (Biggsville Presbyterian) and the community.
As an Air Force veteran, he is an active member of American Legion Post #765.
He has previously received the District Award of Merit, Outstanding Scoutmaster, Commissioner Arrowhead and Key training awards, Master's level of Commissioner College training, OA Vigil award, Silver Tomahawk Neolin award and is a fully trained adult member of the Boy Scouts of America dedicated to the scouting program locally and beyond.
As Scoutmaster, he mentored more than a dozen scouts locally and many more beyond the local troop to the rank of Eagle and has been a guiding influence to many young men who went on to become leaders in their communities and professions.