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Honoring the 2020 John Pojman Class of Eagle Scouts &

Silver Beaver Award Recipients

Each Eagle Scout class is named in honor of an individual who has distinguished themselves through their leadership, commitment and service to the Indian Nations Council and the Boy Scouts of America.

John Pojman serves as the Council Commissioner for the Indian Nations Council. John is a Silver Beaver Award Recipient and has influenced countless lives in Scouting. Congratulations John!

About the Council Banquet

The Indian Nations Council recognizes the best of the Council’s youth and the best of its adult leaders at its annual Eagle Scout and Silver Beaver Award Recognition Banquet each spring.


This combined gala event celebrates the success of our Council’s youth in achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, Scouting’s highest youth award, together with recognizing those adult leaders receiving the Silver Beaver Award for their noteworthy service of exceptional character to youth.

Each 2020 Eagle Scout attending the banquet is presented with a medallion commemorating their accomplishment, together with a unique, limited edition, council shoulder patch presented by Tulsa 26 Scouts, Inc. All 2020 Eagle Scouts who reserve your spot to attend the Eagle Scout and Silver Beaver Council Recognition Banquet will receive this collectors patch. Designer and Artwork by Bill Shaffer, Scoutmaster Troop 26.


Emerald | $1500

  • Receives 8 Banquet Reservations

  • Full Page Program Book

Gold | $800

  • Receives 6 Banquet Reservations

  • Half Page Program Book Listing

Silver | $350

  • Receives 3 Banquet Reservations

  • Quarter Page Program Book Listing

Bronze | $150

  • Receives 2 Banquet Reservations

Individual | $40

  • Receives 1 Banquet Reservation

It’s Time to Nominate Silver Beaver Award Recipients!

Now that it is fall, it is time to consider and nominate registered adult leaders worthy to be selected for the Silver Beaver Award. It is the highest award a Council can bestow upon an adult volunteer leader, recognizing noteworthy service of exceptional character to youth, both in and outside of Scouting, together with service to the community.


Too often, exceptional volunteers go unrecognized under the mistaken presumption that a leader has been around Scouting for a long time and probably already has the award. The truth is there are a lot of jewels hidden among our Council leadership who deserve to be justly recognized.


In this time when in-person meetings are fewer, please take the time to think of the adult volunteers within your leadership circle. Consider the individuals on your next Zoom meeting. Who was hidden behind a mask at your last activity that deserves to be a Silver Beaver?


Help us find these exceptional adults and recognize their service!


Mike Holdgrafer, VP – Program on behalf of the

Silver Beaver Award Selection Committee


PS: NEW for 2020. Three letters of recommendation are now allowed plus the nominator’s cover letter. Check out the Nomination Form for full instructions and tips on preparing a nomination. Nominations are due by December 11, 2020.

2020 Nomination Form available here

2019 Silver Beaver Award Recipients

Robert Capehart, Eagle District, Troop 1
Antonio “Tony” Curtis Hansen, Twin Arrows, Troop 10
David Herdman, Sequoyah District, Troop 18
Kenneth Kaminski, Twin Arrows District, Unit Commissioner
Donald Lasley, Neosho District, District Chairman
Eric Macomber, Twin Arrows District, Troop 935
Randall Marrs, Twin Arrows District, Troop 646
Marty Williams, Executive Board, Vice President of Membership

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