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San Francisco Bay Area Council
Silver Fawn Recipients
1971 - 1974
First Name
Last Name
Council
Troop/District
Year
Walda
Boxer
SFBAC
Serra
1971
Grace
Broadus
SFBAC
Live Oak
1971
JoAnn
Hallman
SFBAC
1971
Wilma
Sanford
SFBAC
Live Oak
1971
Meta
Adams
SFBAC
Live Oak
1972
Betty
Bell
SFBAC
Golden Gate
1972
Nicke
Loftus
SFBAC
Golden Gate
1972
Juanita
Lowe
SFBAC
Live Oak
1972
Joan
Blair
SFBAC
Twin Valley
1973
Eva
Daskalos
SFBAC
Live Oak
1973
May
Jenkins
SFBAC
Golden Gate
1973
Mae
Monroe
SFBAC
Live Oak
1973
Virginia
Cheatham
SFBAC
Golden Gate
1974
Genevieve
Dean
SFBAC
Charrowood
1974
Lucile
Dutra
SFBAC
Live Oak
1974
Marion
Richardson
SFBAC
Golden Gate
1974
Silver Beaver Recipients (2000-2010)
Silver Antelope Recipients

In 1969 a study by the Boy Scouts of America determined that there was a need for an award presented at the council level to recognize women in scouting.  The results of this study created the Silver Fawn award as the highest award the local council could bestow upon its female leaders and was the equivalent of the Silver Beaver award.  The first Silver Fawn was awarded in 1971 but the award was phased out in 1974 when the Silver Beaver was made available regardless of gender.  Nationally only 2455 Silver Fawns were awarded from 1971 until 1974.  The award consists of a solid silver mule deer suspended from a green and white ribbon.

 

Between 1971 and 1974, 16 San Francisco Bay Area Council members were awarded the Silver Fawn.  Below is the list of San Francisco Bay Area Council members that have received the award.