Muse honored at Broome County Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner on May 2, 2018

Ty Muse

(Binghamton, NY) May 2, 2018 the Boy Scouts of America, Baden-Powell Council honor Ty Muse with its prestigious 2018 Broome County Distinguished Citizen Award during its annual fundraising dinner on May 2, 2018. Held at The McKinley, 29 McKinley Avenue, Endicott, NY 13760. Muse as this year’s honoree will be recognized by Baden-Powell Council and other business and community leaders for his significant achievements and service to the community.

Joe Mirabito, President & CEO of Mirabito Holdings is the 2018 Broome County Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner chair. Over 300 guests will add to the evening’s festivities honoring Muse, including many of Broome County’s top community, government, and corporate leaders.

Broome County’s Distinguished Citizen Award recognizes individuals who set positive examples for others and who demonstrate concern and significant care for their communities. Prior Distinguished Citizen Award recipients include: Bruce Boyea, Jeff Coghlan, Stephen Feehan, John Fitzsimmons, David Gouldin, Douglas Johnson, Dr. Thomas Kelly, Jeff Lake, Ron Lesch, Kenneth Miller, Albert Nocciolino, James Orband, Glenn Small and Dr. James Terzian among others.

In addition to honoring Ty Muse the evening will showcase the positive benefits that Scouting contributes to Broome County. Scouts from Broome County will participate in the evening’s ceremonies. During the evening, Scouts will share their Scouting leadership experiences and show the positive effect that Scouting has on today’s youth.

Proceeds from the Broome County Distinguished Citizens Dinner help fund critical Scouting programs throughout Broome County and its surrounding communities.

About Baden-Powell Council, BSA

Baden-Powell Council provides leadership and character development programs to over 3,600 youth through more than 2,500 adult volunteers. The council serves young people throughout the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes Region serving six-counties: Broome, Tioga, Chenango, Cortland and Tompkins Counties of New York and Susquehanna County in Pennsylvania. Local Scouting dates back more than 105 years when the council’s first Scout troops were established in the Greater Binghamton area. To learn more about Scouting, please visit

Source: Boy Scouts of America, Baden-Powell Council Press Release