12th Annual Distinguished Citizen Dinner
Join us for the 12th Annual Distinguished Citizen Dinner on
Thursday November 10, 2016
Grand Hyatt San Francisco
345 Stockton Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
6:00 PM Reception/7:30 PM Dinner
Lloyd H. Dean
Executive Vice President-Business Operations
San Francisco Giants
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The San Francisco Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America’s Distinguished Citizen Dinner was begun in 2005 to recognize our communities leading citizens with the Distinguished Citizen Award. Since 2005, thanks to our past Distinguished Citizens more than $2.5 million have been raised in support of Scouting’s program of Leadership Development, Citizenship Training and Character Development.
Icons of our nation and the Bay Area have been recognized with our “Distinguished Citizens since 2005. These outstanding leaders have included Richard N. Goldman, The Honorable George P. Shultz, Stephen Bechtel, Jr., W.F. ”Rick” Cronk, Charles H. Smith, Alan M. Dachs, The Honorable Howard H. Leach, Conrad W. Hewitt, The Honorable Robert M. Gates, Dr. Robert Ballard and Randall L. Stephenson.
The San Francisco Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America’s 2016 Distinguished Citizen, Lloyd Dean is a giant in our community and one of our nation’s outstanding leader in the healthcare industry as the President/CEO of Dignity Health.
Event Chair Mario Alioto of the San Francisco Giants will give leadership to this year’s event that will raise $500,000 in support of Lloyd Dean.
All contributions to the 12th Annual Distinguished Citizen Dinner will benefit Scouting’s programs especially dedicated to our “at risk” communities.
The goals of the 12th Annual Distinguished Citizen will be to:
1. Salute Lloyd H. Dean for his leadership as one of the Bay Area’s leading citizens and a leader in the healthcare industry leaders.
2. Highlight Scouting’s efforts in the “at risk” communities of Oakland and San Francisco.
3. Expose Scouting’s programs and successes to the corporate community of the San Francisco Bay Area.
3. Raise $500,000 to support the youth of our community through Scouting’s program of Leadership Development, Citizenship Training and Character Development.