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Assistant Scout Master Mark Millhoff received the highest award an adult leader can obtain in the Scouting program, The Wood Badge Award. This award takes a year to achieve.
Millhoff started his career as a commercial diver in Seattle, Wash., before becoming a full-time deputy sheriff with the Portage County Sheriff's Office in 2002. In the summer of 2016, he became a D.A.R.E./ School Resource Officer.
Millhoff has been with the Boy Scouts of America for the past six years and started as an Assistant Den Leader. He became the Cub Master of Pack No. 3556 in Rootstown and an Assistant Scout Master with Troop No. 556, culminating in completing his Wood Badge, which is the highest training for an adult to complete in the Scouts. For the past four years, he also has helped coach baseball for Waterloo.