BOSTON, MA – The Boy Scouts of America Spirit of Adventure Council hosted the 41st annual “Salute to Scouting” gala at The Westin Copley Place Thursday night, attracting hundreds of scouting supporters, including business and civic leaders who aim to expand Boy Scout youth development programs throughout the Greater Boston area.
At the event, the Scouts honored Anthony Consigli, Chief Executive Officer of Consigli Construction Co., Inc., and Peter H. Reynolds, best-selling Children’s Book Author and Founder of FableVision, as outstanding examples of corporate citizenship and positive community involvement. WCVB TV anchor Randy Price, himself a proud Eagle Scout, served as master of ceremonies.
Consigli received the “Ralph Lowell Distinguished Citizen Award” for his active role in working to address community issues through his involvement with helping others.
The Spirit of Adventure Council also presented the “Distinguished Eagle Scout Award” to Peter H. Reynolds for his extraordinary national eminence in his field as well as his strong record of voluntary community service. The Distinguished Eagle Award is presented to an elite cadre of Eagle Scouts, which includes political, business, and creative luminaries such as President Gerald R. Ford, Neil Armstrong, Steve Fosset, Gov. Dukakis, James Lovell, Sam Walton, James Brady, William Hanna, J. W. Marriott Jr., and Steven Spielberg.