Scouts Announce Beebe, Howard, and Stewart as Inaugural Hall of Fame Inductees
The Madison Scouts, Forward Performing Arts, and the Madison Scouts Alumni Association are pleased to announce the newly established Madison Scouts Hall of Fame, the highest achievement recognition and honor to individuals who have participated in the Madison Scouts organization throughout its long history.
“We are thrilled to have finally established a Madison Scouts Hall of Fame to recognize, honor, and celebrate those who have given so much to the organization,” said Executive Director Chris Komnick. “Our inaugural class sets the standard of service and leadership and represents the true character of the corps.” This year’s inaugural class of inductees include C.H. Beebe, Bill Howard, and Scott Stewart.
C.H. Beebe is considered the “father” of the Madison Scouts, having helped re-establish the current corps in 1938 and formally serving as its executive director shortly thereafter and up until his passing in 1968.