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Where can I find information on how the BSA is organized?




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This article is from the Scouting FAQ, by Bill Nelson nelsonb@nospam.aztec.asu.edu, Soaring Golden Eagle eagle@rangernet.org and Alan Houser troop24@emf.net with numerous contributions by others.

Where can I find information on how the BSA is organized?

Date: 28 May 1997

Q. Where can I find information on how the BSA is organized, who
makes the decisions, that sort of thing?

A. There are two entities to the BSA: The BSA traditional Scouting
organization and the wholly owned subsidiary: Learning for
Life/Exploring. The BSA has a number of publications that contain its
organization.
All are available to the general public from your nearby Scout =
Shop.
or by mail see: Where can I get official BSA literature & =
catalog?

(in
the rec.scouting.usa FAQ)
Check: The Cub Scout Leader Book and The Troop Committee =
Guidebook

An on-line official description is available for the traditional
Scouting organization at:
http://www.bsa.Scouting.org/comm/scoutorg.htm
An on-line official description of the Learning for =
Life/Exploring is
at:
http://www.learning-for-life.org
More on-line information may be found at:
http://www.usscouts.org/gold/bsaorg.html

 

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