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Liszeski named District Cubmaster of the Year

Pack 391 Cubmaster David Liszeski presents the Arrow of Light award to one of the members of his Pack during a recent meeting.  Lisenski was recently rescognized as the District Cubmaster of the Year by the Boy Scouts Will Rogers District. As an Air Force Reservists SMSgt. David Liszenski works for the 507th Civil Engineer Squadron, 507th Air Refueling Wing.

Pack 391 Cubmaster David Liszeski presents the Arrow of Light award to one of the members of his Pack during a recent meeting. Lisenski was recently rescognized as the District Cubmaster of the Year by the Boy Scouts Will Rogers District. As an Air Force Reservists SMSgt. David Liszenski works for the 507th Civil Engineer Squadron, 507th Air Refueling Wing.

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Oklahoma -- Senior Master Sgt. David Liszeski, 507th Civil Engineer Squadron, was recently selected as Cubmaster of the Year by the Boy Scouts Will Rogers District. 

Sergeant Liszeski has been the leader of Yukon, Oklahoma's Pack 391 for nearly 2 years. 

He was nominated for this recognition by parents of the Cubs in his pack. According to his nomination package he was cited as an outstanding Cubmaster who has strongly demonstrated the values and spirit of scouting. "He holds both the boys and his leaders in high regard and truly as a part of his family of scouting," the nomination stated. 

The recommendation continued on saying, "His expectations are for only the best from the boys and leaders and are strongly founded in scouting principles. Each meeting and activity is filled with fun and David is always full of pleasant surprises. He recruits, delegates and communicates well with leaders and completes each activity with follow up thank yous, recognition and honest evaluation. David's communication style is open and honest and there is a place at the table for everyone to share ideas. 

"The pack has qualified for the summertime pack award and honor unit during Mr. Liszeski's tenure and has been well represented at all District activities and service projects including monthly roundtables, scouting for food, day camp, and popcorn sales, Salvation Army bell ringing. David Liszeski exemplifies what scouting is all about in terms of his leadership ability, belief and action of strong scouting values, understanding of the program and in relating the program to the boys in his Pack."