Tag Archives: Darryl Alder

By Nicole Balmforth
Jan 15, 2019

What Volunteerism Means to Our Volunteers

The Boy Scouts of America is a volunteer-based organization which means we depend on the commitment of others to help teach our programs to the youth in their community. According to the Boy Scouts of America website, “the average Scout volunteer gives 20 hours of service each month, and 96 percent of volunteers say they […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 27, 2017

Outstanding Eagle: Darryl H. Alder

Darryl H. Alder Darryl received his Eagle Scout Award back in 1965 and hasn’t stopped Scouting since. He is a recent retiree with more than 30 years of service as a career Scouter. While still a teen, he trained to become an Army Reserve medic. He met his wife Sue in an outdoor BYU class. […]

By Kevin Hunt
Jun 07, 2017

Our Camp Thunder Ridge Big Fish Story

Wanna hear our Camp Thunder Ridge big fish story?   Well, here goes. So, my wife, Lou, and I were with the Thunder Ridge camp staff.  Camp Director, Nick Hutchinson, and Program Director, Brad Lundell, had spent many hours of our staff week training all staff in the required stuff that all camp staff members […]