Massey receives Boy Scout award

By |  April 23, 2018

Harvey MasseyMassey Services Chairman and CEO, Harvey Massey, a 2008 PMP Hall of Famer, was honored as the 2018 Boy Scout Golden Eagle Dinner Honoree by the Boy Scouts of America Central Florida Council. The Golden Eagle award recognizes outstanding community leaders for their service.

Growing up in Louisiana, Massey was a Boy Scout for several years. He credits his early understanding of leadership and honoring commitments to his experience with the Boy Scouts.

“I am truly honored and humbled to be recognized by the Boy Scouts of America. Having been a Boy Scout, I can share that my involvement in scouting helped broaden my horizons, knowledge and experience growing up” he says. “Scouting provides positive experiences for our youth that will last a lifetime. I offer a special thanks to the Boy Scouts of America for continuing to guide our youth with character-building programs that help produce our future leaders of America.”

The Golden Eagle Dinner is an annual event that brings together business, civic and political leaders of the Central Florida community to share the story of Scouting’s impact on youth. Past dinner honorees have included Arnold Palmer, Mayors Buddy Dyer and Teresa Jacobs, Dr. John C. Hitt, Leonard Williams, Jim Seneff, Lars Houmann, Charlie Gray, and many others.

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