Wisconsin Dells, WI
January 25th, 2014
Feb 28th - March 2nd, 2014
April 25th-27th, 2014
Camp Lake, WI
October 10th-12th, 2014
This award is designed too recognize those within Section C-7, who have gone far beyond their immediate responsibilities as Arrowmen and by doing so have laid a path of excellence for Arrowmen to follow. The award is named after R.D. Dunkin who believed that young people can grow to exceptional strengths and reach their full potential with the right combination of leadership education, mentorship, and love. R.D. Dunkin served as the Central Region Order of the Arrow Chairman for sixteen years.
The Section Chief in consultation with the Section Advisor will appoint the Awards and Recognition Chairman. The Section Adviser in consultation with the Section Chief will appoint the Awards and Recognition Adviser. The Chairman will only have voting power in the case of tie. The Chairman will submit a list of 6 youth committee members, besides himself, for approval to the Section Chief. A quorum will be defined as at least 5 of the 7 youth members. The Awards and Recognition Adviser will be the only adult allowed to be present during the discussion of nominees. The committee may invite people to comment on the nominee at their discretion. If a nominee is a member of the committee they will be asked to remove there self from the conversation. Members of the Award and Recognitions Committee will not be disclosed.
In order to be eligible for the R.D. Dunkin Award Leadership in Service Award, one must be a member in good standing of the Order of the Arrow and have given at least eighteen months of service to the Section as an active member of the Section leadership team. (i.e. Section officer/adviser, lodge chief/adviser, committee chairman/adviser, or committee member). Member of the Section Key 5 (Section Chief, Section Vice Chief, Section Secretary, Section Adviser, Section Associate Adviser(s)) or the R.D. Dunkin Award Leadership in Service Award committee (Chairman or Adviser(s)) are all ineligible to received the award in the year that they are active in this position.
Any person desiring to nominate an individual may submit a completed current nomination form to Awards and Recognition Committee by Friday, March 28th, 2014. Individuals may submit as many as they feel there are worthy Arrowmen. Nominations are not to be held over from previous year.
The committee prior to a vote to determine recipient(s), if any, will review each nominee’s form. The committee may choose to bestow a maximum of four youth and three adults’ awards per year. To be selected the nominee must gain at least fifty-one (51) percent of the votes, but must also be in the top four youth or three adults. All voting ties will be decided by the Awards and Recognition Chairman. The Awards and Recognition Adviser(s) shall have no vote but assist in providing guidance and ensure the vote counting. All votes are cast blind and are not reviewed with other committee members.
The R.D. Dunkin Leadership in Service Award is to be presented at the annual Section Conclave.
Click here for the application in PDF form. (Opens in a new window).
Class of 2011
|Pat Wilson||Pachsegink Lodge|
|Richie Ferolo||Lakota Lodge|
|Dan Dick||Wulapeju Lodge|
|Mike Tangen||Lakota Lodge|
|Frank Fodero||Waupecan Lodge|
Class of 2012
|Robert Gale||Lakota Lodge|
|Andrew Jensen||Michigamea Lodge|
|Jim Naprstek||Waupecan Lodge|
|Tim Tyler||Lowaneu Allanque Lodge|
|Jon Mindrum||Pachsegink Lodge
Class of 2013
|Marshal Savitski||Lowanea Allanque Lodge|
|Ryan Teuscher||Takoda Lodge|
|Kyle Zugel||Waupecan Lodge|
|Justin Jabs||Kanwa tho Lodge|
|David Naprstek||Waupecan Lodge|
|Mike Stanbary||Lakota Lodge|