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Central Florida Council’s Legacy Quest

Be part of the future now! 

The Central Florida Council would like to introduce “Legacy Quest”.  A program of four volunteer teams that help our council continue its journey of excellence in the next 100 years of Scouting. 

 The Legacy Quest is broken into four teams:

legacyblack  1. Camp Masters – serve as an indispensable part of the operations and support volunteer staff at Camp La-No-Che located in the Leonard and Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation and select council wide events.  Provide assistance during the year round program wherever they hear the call.

 

 legacygold2. Scouting Service Squad (S3) – volunteers who assist the administration and operation sections of the council with special events and program preparations.

 

 

 

 legacybronze3. Black Shirts – provide technical and audio / visual support at council events and functions.    

 

 

 

 

  legacysilver4. Council Capital Conservation Crew (C4) – volunteers who provide specialized skills and work with the council Physical Resources Committee, the Director of Support Services and the Camp Rangers to completed pre-determined projects at the Leonard and Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation and other council properties and facilities. 

 

 

Recognitions will be provided for each Legacy Quest team member including an exclusive special edition patch series and a yearly recognition banquet. 

 Click here to join the Central Florida Council Legacy Quest.

 For additional questions please contact Wendy Thomas at wendy.thomas@cflscouting.org or 407-703-0276.