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Eagle Scout Reports Accomplishments of Scouting Movement

Part of Story as it appears in Pleasanton Express by Joett Morrison: March 4, 2015


Eagle Scout Jesse A. Fehr of Boy Scouts Troop 194 of Pleasanton, presented the Boy Scouts of America’s report at the Commissioners Court meeting on Monday, Feb. 23. It took place at the Atascosa County Courthouse, in Jourdanton. February 2015 marks the 105th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).

Since the organization launched in 1910, the BSA has served over 150 million youth. In 2014 the Alamo Area Council served nearly 29,000 youth and 7,500 adult volunteers in 736 Scouting units in their 13 county territory.

Last year was our 14th year of consecutive growth. Each year the Boy Scouts of America conducts a Report to the Nation where a delegation of Scouts submits an official brief to the President of the United States as well as to congressional leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.

Read the entire article titled "Local Eagle Scout presents Boy Scouts Annual Report to Commissioners Court" by 
JOETT MORRISON for the Pleasanton Express by CLICKING HEREExternal Link.

 

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