Presentation on theme: "BSA Organization 113 International Scouting Organizations World Organization of the Scout Movement Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is the US Org. US is."— Presentation transcript:
BSA Organization 113 International Scouting Organizations World Organization of the Scout Movement Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is the US Org. US is divided into 4 Regions We are in the Western Region 5 “Areas” in the W.R. We are in “Area 2” of the W. R. 14 Councils in Area 2 We are in Longs Peak Council 9 Districts, across 3 states We are in _____________District
The World Organization of the Scout Movement To contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise Scout Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. Boy Scouts of America It is the mission of the Boy Scouts of America to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Scout Oath On my honor, I will do my best To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight. The Scout Law A Scout is… Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, And Reverent. The Mission of Scouting
THE MISSION STATEMENT OF THE LONGS PEAK COUNCIL It is the mission of the Longs Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America, to develop character, competence, integrity and leadership in today’s youth, through quality programs, outdoor experiences, and service to community. Vision Prepare today’s youth for tomorrow’s challenges. Longs Peak Council Mission and Vision
Longs Peak Council Serving youth in Northern Colorado, Southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska.
2014 Record of Membership Tiger Cubs467Units Cub Scouts2,265 Webelos2,156 Total Cub Scouting4,888Packs180 Boy Scouts3,567Troops/Teams203 Venturers634Crews/Ships69 Total Traditional Membership9,089Total Traditional Units452 Explorers308Posts14 Learning for Life800Groups4 Total Learning for Life Members1,108Total Learning for Life Units 18 Total Council Membership10,197 Adult Leaders4,150 Our Community’s BEST Long Term Investment...Scouting!
2014 Record of Advancement Tiger Cubs271 Bobcat654 Wolf495 Bear565 Webelos Award456 Arrow of Light387 Total Cub Scout Ranks2,828 Tenderfoot404 Second Class339 First Class303 Star303 Life257 Eagle195 Total Boy Scout Ranks1,801 Total Cub & Boy Scout Ranks4,629 Our Community’s BEST Long Term Investment...Scouting!
Friends of Scouting $24 registration fee goes directly to National FOS is our annual fundraising campaign to support our council, Longs Peak Council.
Investing in the Youth of Longs Peak Council Camping Programs, Facilities and Equipment; Manages and maintains 8 Scout Camps Activities & Events: Klondike, annual gatherings within our district Advancement & Recognition: Merit Badge University events Fall Camporee, campout with activities, for Boy Scouts – who are encouraged to bring Webelos from Cub Scouts Council Camporee Adult Training Programs Youth Leadership Training Manages and Maintains 4 Scout Service Centers Council/District Staff Website / Social Media Insurance Communications and Outreach Order of the Arrow
Friends of Scouting A Great Investment It costs $202 to support one youth in Scouts. The families of the Longs Peak Council's Scouts come from many different backgrounds. But they all share one goal in common the development of competence, integrity and leadership in our youth. Please sponsor one Scout, or choose a level of giving that is best for your family. FOS Special Incentive: $202 donations receive a beautiful BSA coin with Longs Peak Council on one side and scouting founding father Daniel Beard on the reverse.
Recognition $100 Longs Peak Council Patch (yellow) $150 Century Plus $202 Family, For One Scout – Collectible “Founders of Scouting" Coin $250 Leadership – Longs Peak Council Patch Silver $500Patron Plaque – Longs Peak Council Patch Gold $750 Honor $1000 Eagle Club $1500 Golden Eagle $2500 Golden Eagle with Palms $5000 Benefactor Eagle
2015 Scout Share Goal $77 by Units lowest registered Scouts in 2014 Example: 50 youth X $77 = $3,850 goal Packs-Achieve goal and receive 10% off day camp fees and/or $5 off per boy, per night for the *2015 Nicol Cub Scout Summer sessions Rank advancement patches and parent pins (Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos, Arrow of Light) and arrow points. The Oval shaped Webelos badge and Webelos pins not Included. Troops/Teams/Crews-Achieve goal and receive $25 off per person at *Camp Jeffrey/Camp Laramie Peak/Soaring Eagle. $50 per person discount at Elkhorn High Adventure Base. Rank advancement patches (Scout through Life) and merit badge patches Crews-bronze award medal and either the bar ribbon or pin device. * Goal must be achieved by April 1, 2015 to receive discount at camp properties. All recognition are effective from when the unit goal is achieved until December 31 2015.