It is time once again to recognize our volunteers for all of their hard work and dedication to the Scouting program! Please nominate leaders for the awards listed on this webpage. Please have all nominations turned into the Black Hills Area Council Office by Friday, December 20th, 2019. The Award Luncheon will take place on Saturday, February 22nd!
Applications are being accepted for the United States Contingent to the 24th World Scout Jamboree!
To get started, go to wsj2019.us/apply!
Here you can find the latest information about this once-in-a-lifetime Jamboree website: wsj2019.us
WHAT’s a World Scout Jamboree?
The World Scout Jamboree (WSJ) is the largest regular event organized by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM),
gathering up to 50,000 Scouts from more than 169 countries around the World.
It is an educational event to promote peace and understanding among young people from different cultures.
The World Scout Jamboree includes many activities available at the Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve.
For more information, visit the host website at 2019wsj.org.
The 24th World Scout Jamboree will take place at the Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve in West Virginia from July 21, 2019, to August 2, 2019.
Participation is open to eligible youth (age 14 – 17), unit leaders (18 and older) and International Service Team (IST), who serve as Jamboree Staff (18 and older).
The first Jamboree took place in England in 1920 and the 2019 WSJ will be the 24th Jamboree in Scouting history!
Join in the Fun!
Adventure, Friendship, Service, Sustainability, and Leadership are all wonderful ingredients on their own.
Put them together and they form a truly unforgettable meal.
Willy Xiao, a member of the Jamboree planning team known as The Dream Team, shares his recipe for a World Scout Jamboree.
Stay in touch with all things World Jamboree:
USA contingent website: wsj2019.us
Social Media: @wsj2019usa
World Jamboree Program: 2019wsj.org
Have questions, call: (972) 580-2489
Patriotism and Scouting go hand in hand, that is without question. When the annual Mt. Rushmore Pilgrimage began 80 years ago, Mt. Rushmore was not even complete. Despite that fact Scouts and Scouters still wanted to pay their respects to the Presidents featured on the sculpture. This time honored event has become a key event in Scouting in the Black Hills and this history runs deep. In 1940, the Region 10 conference coincided with the 3rd Annual event and James E. West, the first Chief Scout Executive, was in attendance.
Don’t miss your chance to become a part of the history of this monumental event! Register for Pilgrimage today! https://scoutingevent.com/695-2018Pilgrimage