Silver Hornero -Argentina

Hornero de Plata - maxima distincion scout la Scouts de Agentina

La Asociación Scouts de Argentina condecorará al padre Ceferino Arce SCJ, conocido por su tótem scout “Aguila negra”, con el “Hornero de Plata”, máxima distinción de la institución, por “su larga y fructífera trayectoria como capellán scout, con el acuerdo y cariño de cientos de jóvenes y adultos que lo tuvieron y tienen como referente en el compromiso con su promesa y ley”.

Argentina Scouts Association decorated the father Ceferino Arce SCJ, known for its totem scout "Black Eagle", the "Homer of Silver", the highest distinction of the institution, for "his long and fruitful career as a Scout chaplain, with the agreement and care of hundreds of young people and adults who had and have as a reference in his commitment to his promise and law. "

Hornero is one kind of Bird.

The distinction
The Silver Homero is the highest distinction awarded by the Scouts Association of Argentina to the people "for their conduct and actions demonstrating outstanding merit or significant and sustained efforts on behalf of the Scout Movement, humanity or the community they serve, and whether national or international. "

The award is a medal to be hung in the neck by a ribbon and bears in relief the figure of a baker standing on its nest. On the back is written texts: Scouts of Argentina, the distinguished name and the date of grant.

The organization noted that the image is used for "the hornero is the national bird, degree granted by choice of children in 1928, symbolizes the work, loyalty, tenacity, creativity and joy, singing as it works, all of the scouts they valued, respected and aspire to have for itself. "