Annual Charter Agreement Boy Scouts

The following resources have been developed to guide you through the chartered organization process. For questions or other resources, please contact Member Care at 972-580-2489. Resources are available to assist parents, educators, scouting guides and educational relationships. Many national educational organizations have expressed support for identification. Tracking is a challenge. It is action-oriented and skill-oriented; Be competitive constructively balanced between scholarships and practical application. Nature protection skills are learned through outdoor activities, teaching young people about Christian Serbs and familiarizing them with God`s creative work. The identification relies to a large extent on exceptional relationships with parents and with private and public educational organizations, taking into account the common goals of American youth education and development.