The Scoutreach Program Initiative was developed by the Executive Board and staff of the MTCBSA after assessing the need to improve Scouting opportunities in Davidson County. The program is our way to expand the Council’s efforts to remove the barriers, to include financial concerns, so that all youth have the opportunity to join Scouting no matter the circumstance. Scoutreach assistance can provide camperships, uniforms, handbooks, transportation and leadership of a Scout unit.
Middle Tennessee Council recruits strong adult leaders and develops solid relationships with charter organizations to ensure every youth in our Council has the opportunity to be in Scouting.
Middle Tennessee Council Scoutreach program prepares leaders for tomorrow, today and provides youth an opportunity to think and dream beyond what is in front of them.
In order to fulfill the Middle Tennessee Council’s mission, the Council developed a Scoutreach plan to serve in guiding the leadership in providing the Scouting program to all youth in the Council regardless of their circumstances, neighborhood, or ethnic background. Today, young people are faced with multiple challenges and limited character and leadership development opportunities. Scoutreach meets the needs in urban settings across the diverse neighborhoods. Scouting and our Scoutreach program goal is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Our biggest asset in urban and rural neighborhoods is a program designed to gain parent involvement and encourage the Scouts to dream about their future, make new friends, and memories for a lifetime.
William B. Hickman at email@example.com or 931.802.1319
Warren Sawyers II, Centennial District Executive at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615.482.8992
Candy Ruiz, Percy Preist District Executive, at email@example.com or 615.598.0207