The 16-year-old collected bins of toys, videos, games and craft items from parishoners of St. Ursula's Church and the surrounding communities and donated them to Kennedy Kreiger and Johns Hopkins children's centers.
While a scout, he received the Order of the Arrow, 26 merit badges, Brownsea leadership training and attended many summer camps, including a High Adventure summer camp.
The Carney resident was presented with many awards and letters of congratulation from current and former presidents of the United States, as well as the Pope.
He was also given two flags, one that flew over the Capitol of Maryland and one from the Capitol of the United States.
He is the son of Darryl and Julann Robison and is a junior at Calvert Hall College High School, where he is on an academic scholarship.
> Cass Bittner of Parkville, an employee of Stella Maris, received the Mercy Spirit Award, the highest form of praise.
Two Stella Maris staff members are given this annual award for living the values of the Sisters of Mercy.
Bittner was nominated for her work as the volunteer coordnator, where she greets and assists residents and volunteers. She also plans and executes events for the Stella Maris Auxilliary and volunteers.
The mother of two has worked at Stella Maris for seven years.