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Ackerman-Estvold and partners present check to area Boy Scouts
Post Date: Oct 19 2011
Tags: Boy ScoutsSteve EberleTake this job and love it
Minot, ND – Ackerman-Estvold Engineering & Management Consulting, Inc., along with several partners, presented the Big 4 Boy Scout Camp and local Boy Scout chapters $8,000 to aid in flood recovery efforts. The contribution stems from the Take this Job and Love It campaign conducted in August.  
At the onset of the project, Ackerman-Estvold employees each received $1,000 from the company to contribute to a flood impacted organization, entity or person of their choice. Several of the employees selected the local Big 4 Boy Scout Camp as the recipient of their funds. In addition to the initial company contribution, Steve Eberle of Ackerman-Estvold recruited several other donors to contribute and was able to increase the total monetary contribution to $8,000, which will be used to repair the camp as it suffered significant damages during the summer flooding.
Also on hand to assist in the check presentation were Boy Scouts of America National Chief Scout Executive, Bob Mazzuca, Mark Holtz, Northern Lights Council CEO and Steve McLister, Council President of the Northern Lights Council. As Chief Scout Executive, Bob Mazzuca directs the administration of the organization, which includes approximately 1,100 National Council employees, 5,800 local council employees, and almost 1.2 million adult volunteers who serve more than 4.5 million youth across the nation. This visit marks his first trip to the state of North Dakota and the Northern Lights Council. Mark Holtz oversees the Northern Lights Council which serves North Dakota, northwestern Minnesota, and parts of South Dakota and Montana, including nearly 15,000 youth and approximately 3,900 adult volunteers. There are approximately 900 Boy Scouts in the Minot and surrounding areas that utilize the camp throughout the year.
Other contributors to the project include Ackerman-Estvold staff members Alan Estvold, Nathan Chilson and Justin Froseth, Post Construction, Qualex Construction Inc., Ole Olson’s Towing, Precision Landscaping, Mattson Construction, Dean Hildenbrand and Gateway Building Systems.
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