Members of the Nabholz Board accept the Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award from Scout Executive John Carman

From left: John Nabholz, Tim Nabholz, Charles Nabholz, David Nabholz, Scout Executive John Carman, Don Greenland, and Brad Hegeman.

Conway, AR – On Wednesday, the Boy Scouts of America presented Nabholz with the prestigious Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award to honor the company’s instrumental role in serving the youth and scouts of the Quapaw Area Council for several decades. Named for the late Whitney M. Young Jr., a civil rights spokesman and executive director of the urban league from 1961 to 1971, the award recognizes outstanding service by an adult or organization for demonstrating involvement in the development and implementation of scouting opportunities for youth from rural or low income urban backgrounds. This is in fulfillment of Dr. Young’s dream of justice and equality for all.

Charles Nabholz Accepts BSA Award

Charles Nabholz accepts the Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award from Scout Executive John Carman

Charles Nabholz and the Nabholz Board of Directors accepted this award, which was presented by Scout Executive John Carman and Assistant Scout Executive Terry Sharp of the Boy Scouts of America, Quapaw Area Council. The Quapaw Area Council serves over 9,000 boys and girls in 39 Arkansas Counties.

Founded in 1949, Nabholz Corporation has offices in Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, and Oklahoma and serves clients in all 50 states. The company is currently ranked #158 on Engineering News-Record’s list of the Top 400 Contractors in the nation.