The purpose of the Boy Scouts of America--incorporated on February 8, 1910, and chartered by Congress in 1916--is to provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness.

This is the heart of the Scouting program. When a youth joins Scouting there is a wealth of opportunity that opens up. In the same way, there are numerous chances for the adult leaders.

 For the youth, camping and advancement and all of the activities and events in the unit, council, and district make up a large part of any Scout's program. In addition, the Order of Arrow is a great organization that is part of the Scouting experience.

Training is an essential part of delivering a quality Scouting program. Whether it is for the adult leaders or the youth, the Chattahoochee Council and the Boy Scouts of America offer some of the best training courses you can find to help develop leadership and camping skills.

Attention: Youth Protection is required for all Registered Leaders and All

Top Leaders Must be Trained

Cubmasters Must Have- Youth Protection, Cubmaster Position Specific and This is Scouting

Scoutmasters Must Have-Youth Protection, Scoutmaster Position Specific, Outdoor Leadership Skills and This is Scouting

Crew Advisor Must Have-Youth Protection,Crew Advisor Position Specific and This is Scouting

Each year the district host several events and trainings to help scouting units with programing throughout the year. Please check the council calender for updates and registrations information.