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CSRA business leader honored by BSA

The Georgia-Carolina Council, Boy Scouts of America have selected MAU Workforce Solutions CEO, Randy Hatcher as the 2023 Distinguished Citizen. Hatcher oversees more than 20 MAU locations in nine states from his Augusta headquarters at 501 Greene Street. The award was presented at the annual dinner last week at the Georgia-Carolina Nature and Adventure Center in Evans.

Eagle Scout and former Council President, Doug Cates paid tribute to Hatcher for his decades of dedicated service to the community. Hatcher challenged the crowd to keep Scouting in their philanthropic plans.

The capacity crowd also had the opportunity to learn more about the Boy Scouts program in the CSRA from Scout executive, Dan Rogers, including new programs and multiple partnerships being developed with local businesses to provide career awareness Merit Badge Programs to the Scouts. He also noted the day camp programs offered which provide jobs to many young people during the summer months and that membership in Scouting grew by over 6% in 2022, with 18% of membership now being female.

Terry Fossum, an Eagle Scout, author, actor, and businessman who represented the Boy Scouts on the survival reality show, Kicking and Screaming, and won, spoke about the positive impact Scouting has had in his life, and the power of the Scouting program to help young people not only today, but as they become adults.

The event exceeded the $100,000 goal to support local Scouting programs. For more information on the Georgia-Carolina Council, visit

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