Earle J. Gluck Award Recipients

The Charlotte Kiwanis Club sponsors the Earle J. Gluck Award at the annual dinner to recognize the outstanding Scout trainer(s) of the previous year. Earle Gluck twice served as president of the local council, including acting as the first council president of the newly named Mecklenburg County Council in 1940. He also was the president of WSOC Radio for a number of years.

 

Award Recipients

 
 

 

 97th Annual Recognition Banquet - Council Training Chair Miriam Olynick, 2013 Earle J. Gluck recipients Rick Jensen, Dan Hardesty, Peter Olynick, Rick Messina and Bill Fox from the Charlotte Kiwanas Club.

Year Recipient Year Recipient
1975 Mike Elliott 2005 Bob Marum
1976 Shirley Ferguson   Jim Sutton
1977 Roy Segee   Tom Ward
1978 Julius Pinkston 2006 Dave Evans
1979 Joel Moser   Greg Jednak
1980 Jim Hancock   Mark Morris
1981 Al Selby 2007 Michael Hartje
1982 Susan Wampler   Lon Nigro
1983 Louise Fair   Eddy Via
1984 Harold Patterson 2008 Roger McFadyen
1985 Phil Briggs   Bob McLaughlin
1986 Patsy Patterson   Andrew Woodard
1987 Charles Knight 2009 Barry Douthitt
1988 Willis Joseph   Don Eaker
1989 Barbara Bogan   Susan Eaker
  Zeke Clark   Peter Heikes
1990 JoAnn Lee   Miriam Olynick
  Dave Marquis   Bill Rose
1991 Susanne Miles 2010 Jim Goda
  Dave Campbell   Ken Hilton
1992 Maria Lemke   Mark Spisak
  John Ashworth III   Ben Yarborough
1993 Peggy Maillet 2011 Bob Coughlin
  George Maillet   Craig Orr
1994 Mary Horne   Darin Reynolds
  Stephen Pace   Darren Seigler
1995 Don Whitehead 2012 Donnie Crump
  Max Treece   Christopher Gamble
1996 Bill Tyler   Bob Lang
  Joy Tyler   John Lee
1997 Al Ferrell 2013  Dan Hardesty
1998 Marvin Bethune    Rick Jensen
1999 Emily Pentecost    Rick Messina
2000 David Keller    Peter Olynick
  Staton Boyette    
2001 Jeff Worboys    
  Bruce Fowler    
2002 Kenn Bullock    
  Dwight McKnight    
  Bill Womack    
2003 Larry Banks    
  Dick Parks    
  Del Whittaker    
2004 Tanya Hartje    
  Stan Nester    
  David Royster    
 

Upcoming Trainings

Belk Scout Camp (map)
This 16 hour course will introduce the participant to skills necessary to handle basic first aid emergencies in a wilderness setting. The course combines lecture with hands-on application of material covered in class. Successful completion of this course certifies the student in WFA for a period of two years and meets the requirements for Philmont and other high adventure camps. Some of the topics covered include: What is wilderness first aid? Patient assessment. Airway management. He...