The American Hungarian Friends of Scouting bestowed its highest honor, the White Stag Award (Csodaszarvas Díj) to three scout leaders on August 31, 2020 at the St. Emeric Church Hall. Judith Gyorky, Michael Szentkirályi and Ilona Strober recieved the award for their outstanding leadership in the Cleveland Hungarian scout movement. Due to the coronavirus, the awards could not be presented as usual at the Scout Ball or Hungarian Festival as these events were cancelled due to the pandemic.
See the video of the ceremony, in Hungarian, here.
The president of the AHFS, Michael Horvath, presented the recipients with their awards with a COVID-19 restricted small number of attendees that included spouses, parents, siblings, scoutmasters and troop leaders. Congratulations to all three award winners for their dedication and good work towards the Hungarian scout youth of Cleveland. It is well deserved!