Tag Archives: scout mom

By Colin Wylie
May 14, 2017

Life Lessons from My Scouting Mom

Each year in May, we have the wonderful opportunity to celebrate the significant role of motherhood. We buy cards, flowers and often will make breakfast in bed. In Scouting, we recognize the critical influence that our Scouting Moms have on the development of the individual and the planting of faith in each Scout. Like in […]

By Darryl Alder
May 08, 2016

There is No Mom Like a Scout Mom

For Scouts and Scouters, there really is nothing like a Scout Mom. No two moms are alike, but most Scout moms have something very important in common: their boys would be lost without them. From helping her Scout pack for his first camping trip to cheering him on as he nervously calls the merit badge counselor, a Scout […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Sep 14, 2015

Sixth Annual Influential Women in Scouting – Sept 25

Join us Friday, Sept 25 to honor the exemplary efforts and service of women in Scouting at the Sixth Annual Influential Women in Scouting event at 6 pm at the BYU Conference Center. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased at utahscouts.org/womeninscouting. Sponsorship opportunities available and appreciated. The following outstanding women will be […]

By Utah National Parks Council
May 10, 2015

What does it mean to be a Scout Mom?

Mothers play a huge role in Scouting. From spending endless hours driving to pow wows and merit badge classes, to sewing on patches and preparing for camp. Scout moms are always there for their Scouts. To celebrate their love, enthusiasm and encouraging words we want to share with you what other moms think about holding the honored […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Nov 22, 2013

With Grateful Hearts, We Thank You

Our hearts are full this Thanksgiving, remembering our blessings and how grateful we are for your support. To all the parents and families who support their sons and Scouts, thank you. There are a lot of good things that compete for your time, and yet you take the time to encourage your youth to participate […]