Boy Scouts Commissioner
Commissioners are extremely important volunteers who ensure the success of the Boy Scouts of America. A commissioner may oversee a unit, a roundtable, a council, or an entire district, but the responsibilities are the same.
Commissioners train and inform adult Boy Scout leaders to ensure that every boy receives the many benefits of the Scouting program. They consult with adult Boy Scout leaders, ensuring that the needs of the boys are made known above the troop level. They support adult leaders and take responsibility for solving problems.
Though seen only once a month, the benevolent influence of the Boy Scout Commissioner is far-reaching.
This coinis minted in a proprietary brass alloy, given an antique finish and is selectively imbued with durable high-gloss enamel. The reverse has an area that is ready for engraving. This coin comes packaged in a polybag with a header card.