Advancement

Advancement2019-03-02T04:55:04-04:00

Council Advancement and Recognition committees  are responsible for implementing and facilitating advancement and processing most special awards and recognition. This is done according to national procedures and local practices under the direction of the council executive  board. Advancement committees operate under the Boy Scouts of America program function. They should cooperate with the other program function elements—outdoor programs, activities and civic service, and training—and also with the membership, finance, and unit-service functions. Accepting the responsibilities outlined in the following pages will help to accomplish this.

ADVANCEMENT NEWSLETTERS

POSITIONNAMEE-MAILPHONE
SOUTHERN SHORES FIELD SERVICE COUNCIL
Advancement ChairTroy Smithtsmith@fabri-kal.com269-217-7745
Eagle Program ChairDennis Parkerdennis.parker@trin.net248-613-7530
Special Needs Scouting Advancement ChairRick Menits
Cub Scout Advancement ChairLaura LysterLaura.lyster@gmail.com
Cub Scout Advancement ChairGary MillerGJayMiller@aol.com269-760-8959
Boy Scout Advancement ChairVacant
Venturing and Sea Scout Advancement ChairDan Lokemtscout205@gmail.com269-788-5024
Merit Badge Program ChairRalph Guitarrmguitar@att.net616-813-9248
Special Scouting Awards and RecognitionVacant
FSC Religious Emblems CoordinatorÿVacant
Hornaday & Conservation ProgramBill Breyfoglerbreyfogle@sbcglobal.net269-349-1258
GREAT LAKES FIELD SERVICE COUNCIL
WATER AND WOODS FIELD SERVICE COUNCIL
PRESIDENT FORD FIELD SERVICE COUNCIL
Advancement ChairJames Longolongo.bsa@gmail.com616-822-0520
Eagle Program ChairJim Newelladv.pffsc@gmail.com616-915-3794
Special Needs Scouting Advancement ChairJim Newelladv.pffsc@gmail.com616-915-3794
Cub Scout Advancement ChairVacant
Boy Scout Advancement ChairVacant
Merit Badge Program ChairJaki Spencermccmbccjaki@gmail.com303-807-1637
Special Scouting Awards and RecognitionVacant
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The Scout Oath

On my honor, I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.