BTNAA Biennial Alumni Awards PrograM

mel-hamilton-father-flanagan-award-1Melvin R. "Mel" Hamilton, '65, receiving the Father Flanagan Distinguished Alumnus Award, July 27, 2019 at the 34th Biennial Alumni Family Reunion Recognition Banquet from Fr. Steven Boes, National Executive Director of Boys Town and Phil Dauterive, D'70, President, BTNAA.

Nominate a fellow alumnus or a supporter of the BTNAA for one of several awards and recognition to be presented at the 35th Biennial Alumni Family Reunion in 2021.

To qualify for any of these awards, nominee may be a living person (posthumous awards can be given) and must have been an alumnus (graduate or completed Boys Town’s program of care) staff member, employee or devoted friend of Boys Town National Alumni Association. Nominee must have made significant contributions or accomplishments, either personally or professionally, through leadership, community or public service, fostering the growth and development of Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home (Boys Town) and the Boys Town National Alumni Association. Based on eligibility of candidates, all, none or only one, of these awards may be presented each year.

Click here to read more about the Awards Program and to fill out a nomination form.