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Robert Sheppard, Sam Wright and Tom Howells of the 1st Aylesbury Boys' Brigade were presented with their President's Badges at last Sunday morning's service. BB Captain Margaret Miskin congratulated the trio and said how good the award would look on their CV. They were all now working towards their Queen's Badge, the highest award in the Brigades.
Her husband John Miskin commented that at least three previous award winners had obtained jobs where their Boys' Brigade awards were said to be a factor in their selection. It demonstrates many qualities desired by employers, including commitment, teamwork and communication skills.

For more details on what is entailed with these awards, click here.

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