Chief Logan / Fort Bedford Combined Program Planning Kickoff

Chief Logan / Fort Bedford Combined Program Planning Kickoff

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Join the Chief Logan and Fort Bedford Districts of Laurel Highlands Council, Boy Scouts of America as we get together for an evening of fellowship and Scouting year planning.

Please bring a covered side dish. Hot Dogs will be provided.

Tags: Community And Civic Groups, Clubs, Scouting, Boy Scouting, Scouts BSA, Family Scouting, Boy Scouts Of America

Posted By: Fort Bedford District - Laurel Highlands Council - Boy Scout




Event Details

Date: June 12, 2018
Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm

Location:
Morrison's Cove Memorial Park
201 South Walnut Street
Martinsburg, Pennsylvania 16662

website

Contact:
Bradley Lavan
814.442.2537
bradley.lavan@scouting.org


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More About this Event Poster: Fort Bedford District - Laurel Highlands Council - Boy Scout

THE FORT BEDFORD DISTRICT SERVES BEDFORD COUNTY AND THE FOLLOWING COMMUNITIES:

Berlin
Bedford
Everett
Hyndman
Imler
New Enterprise
Saxton
Schellsburg
Woodbury

FAST FACTS:

WHO WE SERVE
239 boys ages 6 to 10 in Cub Scouts
75 boys ages 11 to 17 in Boy Scouts

SCOUTING UNITS
7 Cub Scout packs
7 Boy Scout troops

2016 YEAR IN REVIEW
60 adults play a key leadership role in the Scouting program and are specifically trained for their position
37 new Scouts were recruited
550 units were collected for Scouting for Food drive
307 merit badges earned

KEY LEADERSHIP - FORT BEDFORD DISTRICT
Brian Clites – District Chair
Sue Prescott – District Commissioner
Bradley Lavan – District Executive

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