By Madison Austin
Nov 03, 2017

The New Eric Dowdle Puzzle: Voted Best Christmas Gift to Give this Year

Just in time for Christmas, our own Maple Dell Scout Camp will become the face of the season’s best gift to give: the newest Eric Dowdle puzzle! See the familiar sites of the Utah National Parks Council’s flagship camp come to life with energetic Scouts, famous Scouting figures and more. Pre-order yours today and help build the future of our camps. 

The Best Christmas Gift

Puzzles will be on sale for $19.99 plus shipping, making this the perfect gift for all your puzzle-loving friends, family members and co-workers. Orders are expected to arrive 2 weeks before Christmas. Your purchase also goes towards supporting the camps of the Utah National Parks Council. 

You can pre-order these puzzles HERE or at utahscouts.org/puzzle

Quantity discounts will also be available, and are as follows:

X6 – $17.99 ea

X12 – $16.99 ea

X24+ – $15.99 ea

Download this flyer HERE.

Renowned folk artist Eric Dowdle captivates people of all ages with wit, charm and detail in his artwork. His quirky and infectious personality is represented in his collection of hundreds of scenes from across the United States, and around the world. These paintings are highly valued by collectors, and this new painting featuring our flagship camp is sure to be a hit this Christmas. 

See Your Family in the New Eric Dowdle Painting

Did you know YOU can be in this painting?

To thank our Keepers of the Flame for investing in our youth, Eric Dowdle will paint you and your family members into this painting! 

To be painted in, simply join or upgrade your Keepers of the Flame donations from $1,000 to $2,500 a year and you and your family can be painted into Eric Dowdle’s new masterpiece!

Upon your upgrade, you will receive a limited edition of the painting, a key of your family location in the painting, a free puzzle and a signed thank you letter from Eric Dowdle for your support to Scouting.

The amount of family members that can be painted in and the size of the painting is determined by a member’s level of Keepers of the Flame. Each level is obtained by the donation of an annual gift for three consecutive years. For example, a Life Member gives $5,000 a year for three years – a $15,000 donation. Levels of recognition are as follow: 

Gold Eagle Palm Member $20,000/ year ($1,700/month) 40×50 canvas w/ linen liner and custom frame Up to 10 people painted in
Bronze Eagle Palm $10,000/year ($850/month)  32×40 canvas w/ linen liner and custom frame Up to 8 people painted in
Life Member $5,000/year ($420/month) 32×40 framed canvas Up to 5 people painted in 
Star member $2,500/year ($210/month) 29×36 framed canvas Up to 2 people painted in
First Class Member $1,000/year ($85/month) 22×28 mounted canvas  

To become a Keepers of the Flame member, call the Development Office here: 801-437-6225

or 

reach out to your District Executive 

The Spirit of Scouting

There is something different – something special – about Scouting. No other movement can take a group of youth and teach them to be great. 

Since its formation four years ago, the Keepers of the Flame giving society has made a marked difference in the lives of Scouts in the Utah National Parks Council. These generous donors have funded programs, capital improvements at camps, and contributed to the endowment fund that will ensure the council can continue to work in the lives of youth for decades to come.

Donations from Keepers of the Flame provide quality Scouting programs, camps, facilities, and high adventure activities that help Boy Scouts build character, become participating citizens, develop personal fitness, and learn to do hard things. 

Thank you for joining us as a member of the Keepers of the Flame. It is only through your support that we ensure that Scouting will thrive in our council. 

 

 

Author: Madison Austin | Marketing Associate, Utah National Parks Council 

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One thought on “The New Eric Dowdle Puzzle: Voted Best Christmas Gift to Give this Year

  1. Dennis Mehr

    I hope someone has talked to Eric Dowdle about how to properly hang the USA flag. He clearly didn’t do it right on a Provo cityscape puzzle. I cannot tell from the photo if he has any vertical hanging flags on his Maple Dell puzzle as he had it backwards in other puzzles.

    Is this print available in a print form and not a puzzle form?

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