BSA Speakers Bank Award
DISCONTINUED as of December 31, 2011
The BSA Speakers Bank was a national resource for volunteers and executives
that provided BSA speakers with a centralized resource of speech templates,
topics, and other presentation tools for use at the local, regional, and
national levels, between 2007 and 2011. This asset served as a critical component as
re-introduced Scouting to communities across America.
The Requirements were:
After a registered speaker conducted a minimum of 20 speeches and provided
feedback, the speaker received a knot.
Knot recipients received recognition at the National Annual Meeting
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July 28, 2012