For Outstanding Service by an Individual to IFSR or Scouting
The IFSR Silver Wheel Award may
be awarded to any Rotarian or Associate who renders exceptional and exemplary
service in support of IFSR activities or the Scout Movement worldwide. The
awards may be given annually as proposed by this Committee if approved by the
Executive Committee. This Committee will establish the nomination process. Any
member may nominate a Rotarian for this award.
Each year IFSR recognizes IFSR members (Rotarians or Rotaractors) who have made unique and outstanding contributions through IFSR to Girl Guiding/Scouting or World Scouting and Rotary International.
This is not a Scouting award but an IFSR award and thus we want to honor those of our members who have contributed in an outstanding fashion.
Nomination forms are available and should be submitted by the first of May to our IFSR office which will forward them to the Awards and Recognitions Chair who will make recommendations to the IFSR Executive Committee and the recognitions presented at the IFSR Annual General Meeting at the annual RI Convention.
Download a copy of the Nomination Form. Nominations must be submitted at least 4 weeks before the IFSR Annual General Meeting which is at the RI Convention which is usually in mid-May.
G John Marmet
On November 11, 2011, Jack Mayo (center) received IFSR's Silver Wheel Award from former RI President, Eagle Scout, and devoted Scouter Cliff Dochterman (left), and IFSR President Brian Thiessen (right). The occasion was a dinner for the Cliff Dochterman Red Coat Endowment to the Permanent Fund of the Rotary Foundation. Several years earlier, Jack received the Cliff Dochterman Award from IFSR President Bud Allison.
The IFSR Youth Service Award may
be awarded to any Rotary Club that renders
service in support of Scout and/or Guide activities. The
awards may be given annually by the IFSR Webmaster. Recipients are selected from articles posted in media and online. Such articles may be brought to the attention of the IFSR webmaster .
This is not a Scouting award nor a Rotary award, but an IFSR award and is intended to reward Rotary Clubs who support local Scout and/or Guide Units and get it publicized in the media and online.
To insure that the award is available worldwide in a timely manner, it is only distributed electronically. The recipient club will be notified of the award and given instructions on how to download and print the certificate. The award can be downloaded and printed by the club themselves or at a print center.
The IFSR Community Service Award may
be awarded by any Rotary Club to a Scout or Guide unit of their choice they wish to recognize for performing community service. The award may be given annually to any Scout or Guide unit by any Rotary Club. Recipients are selected by the Rotary Club.
This is not a Scouting award nor a Rotary award, but an IFSR award and is intended to permit Rotary Clubs to recognize Community Service performed by local Scout and/or Guide units.
To help Rotary Clubs create and print the award locally, this website has a fillable PDF version of the certificate which is easy to fill out: