Deb Reidmiller Honored with National Award

Each year, the BSA presents the national Woods Services Award to an adult in Scouting who has demonstrated exceptional service and leadership in the field of Scouting for disabled people.

Given by the Woods Services in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, the Woods Services Award is the highest recognition awarded by the BSA in this area of service.

This year, Troop 1150’s Advancement Chair Deb Reidmiller has been honored with this award (of two nationally) for her work with the National Disabilities Committee of the BSA, where she is currently serving as the chair of the education and training subcommittee. Scouting is lucky to have Deb as a leader and a mentor.

Bob Brady and Mary Lynne Capen, who is also a recipient of the award, had the pleasure of notifying Deb during the Patriots’ Path Council Executive Committee meeting. Deb will be formally recognized during the national annual meeting of the BSA in May, and at the Patriots’ Path Council recognition event on June 19.