Youth and Adults
There are many more opportunities for youth and adults in the Scouting progam in addition to Cub Scouts and
Boy Scouts. Check them out via the links in the upper group to the left.
A Scout is Reverent.
At the heart of the Scouting movement is "Duty To God." The Cub Scout Promise, Boy
Scout Oath, and Venturing Oath all stress the importance of reverence toward God. Religious awards and
opportunities are available via the links in the second group to the left.
Commissioners are leaders from the district and council who help Scout units succeed. They coach and
consult with adult leaders of Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, Varsity teams and Venturing crews.
Commissioners help maintain the standards of the Boy Scouts of America. Resources for Commissioners can be
found via the links in the third group to the left.
Recognizing that no two Scouts are alike, and the some Scouts have "disabilities" that require extra help
from our trained leaders. These Scouts have allowances for membership eligibility and advancement
Through our Hispanic Heritage group, we are working to offer the Hispanic youth in our communities to
learn new skills for developing Scouting values. We provide a program that builds character, trains them
the responsibilities of citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
Scouting Outreach opportunities can be found via the links in the bottom group to the left.