The District Chairperson is the top volunteer Scouting leader of the district , whose job is to motivate a talented team of people. The District Chairperson presides at district committee meetings and represents the district on the council executive board.
The District Chairperson is responsible for the membership, program, and fund development functions of the district and is a member of the District Key 3.
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The District Commissioner is the quality control officer of the district who recruits, trains, and leads a staff of commissioners who coach adult leaders
of every unit to succeed. The District Commissioner is responsible for the unit service function of the district. The District Commissioner is also a member of the District Key 3.
John is your best Scouting friend and counselor—the full-time professional in the district. John is employed by the council and works under the direction of the council Scout executive. John welcomes all suggestions and knows that you will need close cooperation to get the job done through volunteers. John is the third component of the District Key 3.
Chris and his team provides leadership to the Activities, Advancement, Camping, Membership, and Training, and Health and Safety Committees The team’s goals are to meet the Districts goals in outdoor activities, advancement and training and to ensure healthy and safe operations within the District. The team plans and coordinates the annual district events such as Cub Family Campout and District Camporees.
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Justin and his committee implements procedures that help achieve BSA advancement procedures. They
help Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, Varsity teams, and Venturing crews succeed. Units help youth members advance in
rank. If they advance, they will have a good experience and will grow in their Scouting adventure.
Justin also reviews and approves Eagle Project Plans and participates in troop/crew boards of review and/or conducts
district-level Eagle Scout candidate boards of review.
Jeanne and the district training staff’s job is to get adult leaders trained. One of the keys to the success of the Scouting program is trained
volunteer leadership. Second only to the selection of the right person for each responsibility is his or her training in the purposes
of Scouting, the methods through which these purposes are achieved, and the techniques of their individual job.
OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION:
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