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Boy Scouts to Welcome Girls

Boy Scouts of America Launch Scouts BSA Program To Officially Welcome First Class of Girls

Toledo, Ohio, January 7, 2019 — The Erie Shores Council of the Boy Scouts of America will host an event to celebrate the launch of the Scouts BSA Program.  Friday February 1, 2019, from 5-7 pm at Camp Miakonda, 5600 West Sylvania Avenue.

According to Ed Caldwell, Erie Shores Council Scout Executive/CEO, “This is an opportunity to celebrate a historic moment in Scouting and to learn more about what Scouting offers families.”  

As we enter our 109th year of Scouting, the Boy Scouts of America will be expanding the values based, leadership program to young ladies. All-female troops are forming now and will officially launch on February 1, 2019.

Join in the celebration and come hear from community leaders and Scouting families on the positive impact Scouting has on our community and youth.

Caldwell adds, “This is a great opportunity to hear first-hand from families and youth on what expanding our programs means for them”

Doors open at 5:00 pm with program from 5:30pm-7:00pm The first 115 in attendance will receive a limited-edition Erie Shores Council “Scout Me In” patch

For more information, check out the weblink: ErieShoresCouncil.org/scoutsbsalaunch

About the Erie Shores Council of the Boy Scouts of America: 

Under the leadership of approximately 2,500 adult volunteers, the Erie Shores Council provides a values-based, character education program for youth in our community, including Cub Scouts (1st-5th grades), Scouts BSA (6th-12 grades).  In addition, Erie Shores Council offers Exploring and Venturing which are co-ed programs for youth 14-20 yrs. old who seek opportunities to “explore” fields of career interest, or wish to participate in high “adventure” activities.

Erie Shores Council serves more than 6,000 youth throughout Lucas, Wood, Ottawa & Sandusky Counties, as well as the town of Swanton, OH.  Erie Shores Council owns two camps which provide outdoor education and camping experiences for Scouts and non-Scouts alike. 

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