Scout breakfast to honor LMC’s Barbara Craig and Bertrand Crossing Campus

LaSalle Council, Boy Scouts of America will be sponsoring the Soaring Eagle Breakfast from 8 to 9 a.m. Thursday, March 10 at the Lake Michigan College Bertrand Crossing Campus, in Niles.

This event will honor Barbara Craig and Lake Michigan College Bertrand Crossing Campus.

Two honorees will be recognized at this event.

Barbara Craig, Lake Michigan College executive dean will be presented with the Soaring Eagle Award for supporting scouting and youth residing in southwest Michigan. She has demonstrated outstanding leadership and community service. The recipient of the Good Turn Award will be awarded to Lake Michigan College Bertrand Crossing Campus for their exceptional support of numerous community initiatives and maintaining scouting values.

This event is open to the public.

Table sponsors and individual tickets are available for purchase by contacting the Morris-1st Source Scout Center, LaSalle Council at (574) 289-0337.

Individual tickets are $20 to $30 and table sponsorships begin at $250.

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