Religious Awards

The award given by the religious organization consists of a unique medal for each program— usually only worn on formal occasions. The award is also recognized by the wear of an embroidered square knot emblem— silver on purple for youth and purple on silver for adults. The knot emblem is universal in that it does not represent any specific religion or religious award program. Each medal is designed and produced by the religious institution, while the knot emblems are produced by the BSA. 

A Scout is reverent. He is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties and respects the convictions of others in matters of custom and religion.

2016 Youth

   
     Third Quarter
  • Keegan C.  Duluth, MN
  • Cooper F.  Duluth, MN
  • Andrew J.  Duluth, MN
  • Jaeden N.  Duluth, MN
  • JD V.  Duluth, MN
  • John U.  Baxter, MN
  • Tyrus G.  Duluth, MN
  • Martin E.  Duluth, MN
  • Carter V.  Duluth, MN
 
 
    Second Quarter
  • Sam B.  Duluth, MN

 

    First Quarter
  • Zachery M.  Duluth, MN
  • Lucas M.  Duluth, MN
  • Eddie P.  Duluth, MN
  • Keatin G.  Hermantown, MN
  • Dalton S.  Two Harbors, MN
  • Anthony B.  Duluth, MN
  • Dylan L.  Duluth, MN
  • Cael M.  Duluth, MN
  • Ezra W.  Hermantown, MN
  • Jacob G.  Duluth, MN
  • Justin G.  Duluth, MN
  • Kadin G.  Hermantown, MN

 

2016 Adult

   Second Quarter

 

   First Quarter