Southeast Wisconsin Council Distinguished Citizen Dinner

The Distinguished Citizen Dinner was held on Monday, June 1, 2009 to benefit the Southeast Wisconsin Council, Boy Scouts of America. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of two Distinguished Citizen Awards, presented to individuals who best exemplify the values which are the cornerstone of the Scouting movement. This year’s recipients were Mrs. Imogene “Gene” Powers Johnson and Carthage College President Dr. F. Gregory Campbell.

Recipients of the award are leaders who have made significant contributions to the life of our community through unselfish leadership in education, business, government, industry, social work and
youth development.

This year’s dinner grossed over $34,000 thanks in a large part to the efforts of our Co-chairmen, Ralph Tenuta, Ray Farley, Ken Buser and Howard Brown. Pictured below is Mrs. Johnson and Dr.
Campbell after receiving the Distinguished Citizen Award.

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