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Making Scouting Accessible for Families

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As the leading youth-serving organization in America, it is the desire of the Boy Scouts of America to bring the benefits of Scouting to the greatest number of youth possible, all while remaining true to our mission and core values outlined in the Scout Oath and Law.   Across the country, conversations are happening about how the BSA can serve all members of the family, including daughters.

As we think about our future, we are interested in gaining your perspective as an active member of the Scouting community for a discussion about how to make Scouting more accessible to today’s families.

If you are a Scouting member who missed July’s discussion about how to make Scouting more accessible to today’s families, please join us at one of the following venues:

Monday September 18, 2017
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Hopewell United Methodist Church (Fellowship Hall)
6100 Courthouse Rd., Chesterfield (close to Rt. 288)

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - Note Location Change to Council Service Center
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Council Service Center
4015 Fitzhugh Ave, Richmond

Please register on a link above so we can plan for your attendance and reserve a chair for you.

We look forward to seeing you on either September 18th or 20th.  Thank you for your important role in serving young people through Scouting!