By Utah National Parks Council
Mar 03, 2014

Utah National Parks Council 2013 Annual Report

A delegation of BSA representatives and Scouter descended on Washington, D.C. last week to deliver the 2013 Report to the Nation. As explained by Bryan On Scouting, the report is the cliff notes version of the past year of Scouting, presented to the nation to show the millions of hours of community service, Eagle Scout Awards and more given by or to Scouts.

BSA Report to Nation 2013

Some highlights of the report:

  • Scouts camped a total of 6,093,410 nights  during 2013
  • The BSA has more than 2.6 million youth members and more than 1 million adult volunteers in more than 280 local councils throughout the United States and its territories
  • During 2013, Scouts across America recorded 17,042,938 hours of service to their communities
  • 56,841 Scouts earned the rank of Eagle Scout in 2013 (More Eagle Scout numbers here)

Read the whole report here (PDF).

Utah National Parks Annual Report 2013

The Utah National Parks Council presents it’s own Annual Report to you to show the community the impact of Scouting in Utah. We give highlights about last years activities, as well as statistics on membership and Eagle Scouts Awards (the most of any council in the nation).

Check it out! or click on the link below to download the PDF

2013 Annual Report (PDF)

Annual Report 2013 Front

Annual Report 2013 inside

Annual Report 2013 back

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2 thoughts on “Utah National Parks Council 2013 Annual Report

  1. ScottScott

    It is great to see all the cool things that the Utah National Parks Council are doing. I am excited that so many young men were able to earn their Eagle Scout Rank.

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  2. Allison

    I am new to scouting, but the fiery passion for scouting has already started burning! Sometimes I think I think I get caught up on seeing how Scouting helps the Boy. Naturally, a boy that is a good citizen, physically fit, and has good character will help those around him and improve the community around him. I feel like these statistics and this information are great to see on paper the good Scouting does for the Boy and the Community.

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