Tag Archives: A Century of Honor

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 […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Dec 26, 2013

“May You Uphold Scouting’s Tradition” Centennial Coin

The media reached out a few weeks back about the BSA membership policy, particularly because of the large LDS population in Utah. The Utah National Parks Council has the distinguishing acknowledgement of being the largest council in the nation.  This is due to the strong relationship enjoyed between the LDS Church and Scouting. The reporter […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 31, 2013

LDS Church Celebrates “A Century of Honor” with the Boy Scouts

Tuesday, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrated its 100 year association with the Boy Scouts of America. It was on May 21, 1913 that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints formally sponsored Scouting as the activity arm of the Aaronic Priesthood. Titled, “A Century of Honor,” the program showed how […]