Program Preview August 10, 2017 proven engagement, undeniable impact.

Program Preview begins at 7 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2120 West Fletcher Ave., Tampa 33612

The Program Preview meeting is for all Scouting volunteers. At this meeting you will recieve materials needed to plan your unit's annual calendar and budget. The program will consist of the following

Popcorn Sale

Council Activities

Fall Recruitment

Scouting for Food

Order of the Arrow

District Roundtable Information

Unit Budget Planning

Unit Program Planning

District Activities

2017 Unit Recharter

University of Scouting

Webelos to Scout Transition

Boy Scout Summer Camp

Cub Scout Day Camp

Cub/Webelos Resident Camp

Fellowship

Camp Cards

Council and District Trainings

Additional Council and District Dates

Council and District Training Dates

and much more

The Boy Scouts of America works with millions of parents and adult mentors to teach kids the skills they need to succeed in life. Through a number of innovative programs tailored to the unique needs of today’s youth, Scouting fosters career exploration, community engagement, and character development.

Scouting programs are an opportunity for your brand to take a hands-on approach to customer engagement while having a positive, meaningful impact on America’s youth. We offer 135 “Merit Badges” that teach Scouts about sports, crafts, science, trades, business, and future careers. Our STEM initiatives (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) expose youth to 21st century skills and competencies.

Our humanitarian programs teach Scouts the importance of doing “a good turn daily,” the Scout Slogan. And our “All Markets” strategy ensures that Scouting reaches underserved and minority populations. Brands have an opportunity to be involved at every level of these programs, providing the expertise, educational materials, and products that provide Scouts a once-in-a-lifetime learning experience while building brand awareness and customer loyalty.

You will be part of the engagement, part of the Impact. We had program brochures, flyers, calendars for the next scouting year 2016 - 2017. The leadership of the Fort Brooke District was there explaining how you as a leader can be the undeniable impact for the youth in your unit.

We had the latest information from the following areas: Activities, Program, Camping, Training, Advancement, Finance, Membership, Commissioners, Roundtable, Popcorn program and Vendors.

Working late or just hungry? The Order of the Arrow was there serving Hot Dogs, chips and drinks at a great price!

Where are you in this scouting movement?

Are you a Scoutmasters, Cubmasters,Crew Advisors, Crew Presidents, Committee Chairpersons, Senior Patrol Leaders, Unit Commissioners, District Commissioners, Unit Committee Members, District Committee Members, District and Unit Popcorn Kernels, Varsity Team Coaches, Varsity Team Captains and Youth Parents.

If you are a leader, ineterested in being one, helping or an involved parent - then you needed to come.

The Impact that you will be starting starts here.

Every person in Scouting learns the motto “Be Prepared”. And while that can mean a lot of things to a lot of people, ultimately the Boy Scouts of America prepares young people for life. We prepare them for life by creating opportunities for learning and growth that foster and strengthen self-confidence, ethics, respect for others, academic skills, and leadership abilities that stay with them their entire lives.

Created By
MARK KRIZ
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