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June 12
Silver Beaver: Everett 'Doc' Mobley

Everett 'Doc' Mobley
Everett "Doc" Mobley
​Silver Beaver Awards will be presented at the council's Annual Meeting & Recognition Dinner on June 14.

The Silver Beaver Award is the highest award a local council can present to an adult volunteer of the Boy Scouts of America. The award is presented to those volunteers who have made outstanding contributions to the Scouting program. Nominations are recommended by the local council and approved by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

     Dr. Everett Mobley continually provides unselfish service and devotion to youth, both inside and outside the Scouting program. His efforts helped many young people obtain uniforms, equipment and transportation for Scouting programs throughout his community. He works to improve the lives of impoverished children in Kennett, Mo., and the surrounding communities.
     He was Scoutmaster of Troop 272, chartered to the Kennett Kiwanis Club, for four years and currently serves as the chartered organization representative. He also was the chartered organization representative for Venturing Crew 2272.
     He shared his leadership and organizational skills to serve Scouting throughout the region while serving as a district commissioner. He currently serves as a unit commissioner and an assistant district commissioner. He was district membership chairman for three years and was a merit badge counselor for the last 11 years.
     He served youth in his church and community in many capacities. He has been a Sunday School teacher, and has worked as a Kiwanis little league basketball program volunteer for 30 years. He was the Kiwanis Club’s liaison to the Key Club for six years, and has been a volunteer probation officer.
     He completed Wood Badge training and was a staff member for five courses. He continues to teach first aid in Basic Leader Training courses. He has completed National Camp School for Challenge Course Directors, and serves in our council’s program.  He received the Scoutmaster Award of Merit, his district’s Leaving a Legacy Award and its Award of Merit.


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