With Scouts BSA troops formed in all 50 states, the excitement has officially spread from coast to coast.
For the first time in history, families are registering both their sons and their daughters in the life-changing program formerly known as Boy Scouts.
It’s happening from Alabama to Wyoming … and beyond. Yes, there’s already a Scouts BSA troop for girls in Germany — part of the BSA’s Transatlantic Council.
Today, one week after the launch of Scouts BSA, let’s see what Scouts BSA looks like in your state.
I selected one photo for each state from the hundreds available. Remember: This is just the first week. Imagine what the future will bring as more and more families say … “Scout Me In!”
How to upload your Scouts BSA “founder photo”
In the comments section below, share a photo from your Scouts BSA troop’s inaugural meeting, first campout or recent joining event.
Upload the photo as a comment below.
Just click the image icon at the bottom of any comment box and choose which file you’d like to upload. You can also drag an image file directly into the comment box. Max file size is 2 MB, and you can upload these kinds of photos: JPG, JPEG, GIF and PNG.
Be sure to include:
- The “founder photo” of your Scouts BSA troop
- Your troop number
- The city or town where your troop is based
- Your BSA council