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Jeff Moe, Scout Executive/CEO, Boy Scouts of American/Jawhawk Area Council, spoke to the Topeka Rotary Club to celebrate the 100th Anniverary of the Boy Scouts.

Jeff Moe, Scout Executive/CEO, Boy Scouts of American/Jawhawk Area Council, spoke to the Topeka Rotary Club to celebrate the 100th Anniverary of the Boy Scouts.

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  • During our centennial, we honor the enormous impact made by a century of living by the Scout Oath and Law. By showing dedication to five of Scouting’s core values, Scouts, leaders and Scouting alumni can earn a 100th Anniversary commemorative patch. Those values are: Leadership, Character, Community Service, Achievement, and the Outdoors.
  • Hall of Leadership: This is a one-time opportunity to recognize and thank Scouts, their leaders, and Scouting volunteers (both past and present) for the extraordinary differences they make in the lives of others through their leadership. Generations Connection: Celebrates the legacy, and powerful impact, of Scouting on American families. It teaches Scouts to understand the value of their Scouting family tree and encourages first-generation Scouts to carry this special tradition forward. Through a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, official BSA 100th Anniversary trees are now being offered. For each one sold, another will be planted in an area newly designated as the BSA Centennial Forest in Montana.
  • Alumni Connection: We’re inviting our alumni to come back, make a new connection, and get involved with Scouting programs once again. At www.BSAalumni.org, Scouting alumni can find friends and mentors, add photos and stories to the growing BSA 100th Anniversary Online Scrapbook, and more! Anyone who is, or ever has been, active with the BSA is invited – from former Scouts to the millions of Scouting supporters across America.2010 Jamboree:One night during the National Jamboree, we will use virtual hookups to broadcast “A Shining Light Across America.” This amazing stage show will both transmit out and bring local participation back in from a few select locations across the country. It will mark the first time in our history that the entire Scouting family has come together for a single, nationwide opportunity to celebrate and reflect.
  • Pitch For Scouting: Major League Baseball is joining the BSA to celebrate our 100th Anniversary in major and minor league ballparks across the country. From the first pitch to the last out and everywhere in-between, Scouts will be on the field and involved in the game. Emphasizing fun, fitness, and family, this program celebrates the heritage and shared values between both organizations. Adventure Base 100: We’re traveling across the country to give people an exciting, hands-on view of the history and future of the BSA. Rolling into cities across America, Adventure Base 100 unfolds into a 10,000 square foot campus of immersive Scout-related experiences with hands-on digital exhibits, a multi-sensory IMAX-like dome, and much, much more!
  • Pitch For Scouting: Major League Baseball is joining the BSA to celebrate our 100th Anniversary in major and minor league ballparks across the country. From the first pitch to the last out and everywhere in-between, Scouts will be on the field and involved in the game. Emphasizing fun, fitness, and family, this program celebrates the heritage and shared values between both organizations. Adventure Base 100: We’re traveling across the country to give people an exciting, hands-on view of the history and future of the BSA. Rolling into cities across America, Adventure Base 100 unfolds into a 10,000 square foot campus of immersive Scout-related experiences with hands-on digital exhibits, a multi-sensory IMAX-like dome, and much, much more!
  • Pitch For Scouting: Major League Baseball is joining the BSA to celebrate our 100th Anniversary in major and minor league ballparks across the country. From the first pitch to the last out and everywhere in-between, Scouts will be on the field and involved in the game. Emphasizing fun, fitness, and family, this program celebrates the heritage and shared values between both organizations. Adventure Base 100: We’re traveling across the country to give people an exciting, hands-on view of the history and future of the BSA. Rolling into cities across America, Adventure Base 100 unfolds into a 10,000 square foot campus of immersive Scout-related experiences with hands-on digital exhibits, a multi-sensory IMAX-like dome, and much, much more!

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  • 1. Boy Scouts of America
    100th Anniversary
    A Year of Celebration
    Honoringthe enormous impact made by a century of living by the Scout Oath and Law
  • 2. Boy Scouts of America100th Anniversary
    Hall of Leadership
    Opportunity to recognize and thank Scouts, their leaders, and Scouting volunteers
    Generations Connection
    Celebrates the legacy, and powerful impact, of Scouting on American families.
    Official BSA 100th Anniversary trees are being offered through a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation
  • 3. Boy Scouts of America100th Anniversary
    Alumni Connection
    Inviting alumni to reconnect
    Visit www.BSAalumni.org to get involved!
    2010 Jamboree
    July 26 – August 4, 2010
    A Shining Light Across America – July 31 nationwide broadcast
  • 4. Boy Scouts of America100th Anniversary
    Pitch For Scouting
    Partnership with Major League Baseball
    Adventure Base 100
    Traveling campus of Scout-related experiences
    Kicked off with the Rose Parade on January 1
    In Kansas City in October
  • 5. Boy Scouts of America100th Anniversary
    Scouting Traditions
    Pinewood Derby
    Merit Badges
    Camping
    Volunteerism
    Alumni
  • 6. Boy Scouts of America100th Anniversary
    Scouting – Changing with the Times
    Women in leadership roles
    Learning for Life subsidiary
    Venturing program introduced
    Programs for “at-risk” youth
    Merit Badge changes
  • 7. Boy Scouts of America
    100th Anniversary
    Jayhawk Area Council Events
    Calling All Scouts
    February 7 – Commemorative Tabloid in Topeka Capital-Journal
    February 8 – Birthday Party at Capitol and within Units
    July 31 – A Shining Light Across America
    “Building Tomorrow’s Leaders”
  • 8. Building Tomorrow’s Leaders
    Jayhawk Area Council,
    Boy Scouts of America
  • 9. Our Vision
    Development of a Cub Scout Camp
    Improvements to Camp Jayhawk
    Increase Financial Strength
  • 10. Cub Scout Camp
  • 11. Unique Features – Tree Houses
  • 12. Water Feature
  • 13. Program Areas (Nature, Crafts, Wood Working, etc.)
  • 14. Lake Jayhawk – Huck Finn Raft
  • 15. Improvements to Camp Jayhawk
  • 16. Kitchen Improvements
  • 17. Health Lodge
  • 18. Replace Staff Housing
  • 19. Staff Housing Improvements
  • 20. Staff Housing Improvements
  • 21. Camp Office Improvements (in progress)
  • 22. Trading Post Upgrades
  • 23. Aquatics – Swim Tower (in progress) and Changing Area
  • 24. Rifle Range/Program Area
  • 25. Upgrade Shower Facilities
  • 26. Older Scout Programs
  • 27. Bring Electricity to Bell Lodge
  • 28. Campsite Improvements
  • 29. Improve Financial Strength
    Popcorn Sale = $300,000+ in Income
    November/December Timeframe
    Move Funding Ahead to Next Year
    Additional Funds – Endowment Growth
  • 30. How Can I Help?
    Make a gift
    Tell a friend
    Tell us about someone who might be interested
    Get involved
  • 31. Breaking Barriers Program
  • 32. Breaking Barriers Program