Beginning on February 8, 2009 through February 8, 2010, fourteen road teams of dedicated Scouters traveled throughout the United States of America. Their mission was to visit every Boy Scout Council in the United States to kick off the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America in a unique way.
The teams celebrated Scouting's 100th anniversary by thanking all the local councils for their professional service to the youth of their communities. Every council Scout Executive was presented with a special, framed Centennial portrait (24" x 36") created just for this event. This year long, road journey covered 45,000 miles while making over 350 scheduled stops. This was our way of thanking the Scout leaders of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Mission was accomplished and the celebration continued throughout the 2010 centennial year! Great Job was done by the entire "A Century of Values Team". Now it is up to all of us, for the next 100 years, to keep up the tradition of delivering the Scouting Values to the Youth of the great country. Thank you, America.
Note: The RV employed for the historic journey is for sale and limited ACOV sales of Murals and event patches will continue until the May/June time frame.
For further information, contact Patrick Mallon, firstname.lastname@example.org or (248) 515-4637
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