Get your 2017 National Jamboree questions answered live

From high-octane adventure to making lifelong friends, your Scouts and Venturers will be talking about the 2017 National Jamboree for years to come. 2017-jamboree-logo

An event this memorable takes a lot of planning, which is why the experts are stepping in to help answer all of your questions about the 2017 National Jamboree.

Tune in at 7 p.m./6 p.m. Central on Tuesday, June 28, to a 30-minute Livestream session featuring 2017 National Jamboree Chairman Ralph de la Vega, 2017 National Jamboree Director Matt Myers and Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh.

The panel will answer questions like:

  • Why is the jamboree important to the BSA?
  • How is the 2017 National Jamboree different from those in the past?
  • What’s the No. 1 reason why a Scout should attend the jamboree?

For those troops and crews already registered, the information-packed session will also go over topics like the elimination of late-payment penalties, how to prepare for the jamboree and much more.

If you’re attending or considering attending next summer’s Jamboree or just want to see what all the hoopla is about, you won’t want to miss this session. Tune in here: http://livestream.com/bsa/jamboree.

More on the 2017 National Jamboree:

Why the 2017 National Jamboree will be the best one yet

2017 National Jamboree registration now open for staff and attendees

Find the photo above and other great Jamboree photos of the BSA Flickr page.

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    • If you watch at http://livestream.com/bsa/jamboree, you’ll see an area where you can leave comments during the broadcast. The experts will do their best to answer all questions. However, if your inquiry goes unanswered, we will get an answer for you as quickly as possible. Thanks, and we hope you can tune in!

  1. Hey all, I was watching last night, but the broadcast abruptly ended during the Daniel Webster Council promotion video. I went back to replay it, but it died out at the same point. Does anyone know what was left of the program from there?

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