The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the first sponsor of the Boy Scouts of America way back in 1913. One-hundred years later, the LDS church brings hundreds of thousands of Scouts into the movement each year.
Next month, your Scouting family can join the BSA family in celebrating that “Century of Honor” through a special live production held in Salt Lake City.
There’s something in the show for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers, Scouters, Scouting families and non-Scouting families of any religion. The live broadcast celebrates Scouting, not just the LDS church, so it’s relevant to everyone.
As you’ll see in the pulse-pounding trailer after the jump, the 85-minute performance will include original music and media, historical reenactments, special guests and a cast of hundreds of Scouts.
All of this awesomeness will be hosted at the Salt Lake City’s 21,000-seat Conference Center, where the annual Mormon Tabernacle Choir concert is taped each December.
Circle Oct. 29 on your calendar right now. At 7 p.m. MDT on that Tuesday night, the show begins. Watch the trailer and get the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How after the jump.
More about the “Century of Honor” show
WHAT: A nationwide broadcast honoring the virtues and values of Scouting.
WHY: The BSA and the LDS church are celebrating 100 years of partnership. All chartered organizations are invited to use this event for outreach and recruitment.
WHERE: The show originates from the Conference Center in Salt Lake City and will be broadcast to LDS church buildings nationwide and streamed online.
WHEN: 7 p.m. MDT on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013. Rebroadcasts at 9 p.m. MDT Oct. 29 and 5 p.m. MDT Oct. 30.
WHO: The entire community, including civic leaders and those who are not yet involved in Scouting.
HOW: Get involved by meeting with local LDS Scout leaders to find out their plans for an event associated with the broadcast.
MORE INFO: At the official site for the show, scouts100.lds.org.