BEYOND 2020 - GOALS
Share the Council’s Transition Plan and Latest information by:
- Simplify information (This webpage).
- Emailing BSA members.
- Developing practical and effective external communication plans.
- This webpage.
- A Facebook page (coming soon).
- Visual Presence.
- Use yard signs, banners, etc. for “Scout Me In” messaging in our communities.
- Educate and Answer Questions.
- Sharing the transition videos.
- Conduct town hall meetings.
New Unit development goals.
NOW is the time.
Units take at least 6-8 months to develop.
Each District Key 3 should have a plan for one new Pack and at least one new Troop within the geographically each local stake boundaries.
Each new Unit is recommended to have:
Unit bylaws that will include “For the Strength of Youth” from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints as a standard. https://www.lds.org/youth/for-the-strength-of-youth?lang=eng
It is recommended the Unit Key 3 Leadership initially are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for the following purposes:
- Understanding the transition from the church centered to family centered program.
- Flexibility within scheduling due to Ward, Stake and the new Youth initiative obligations.
- There will be no camping or event participation on Sunday.
A central contact volunteer (Champion) will be identified by the BSA District within each Church Stake geographical boundary.
Their purpose will be:
- To interface within the LDS community on behalf of the BSA.
- Be a "familiar face" within each stake for families wishing to continue.
- Duration is Until a Pack and a Troop has been Chartered within each Church Stake geographical boundary.
Chartering Organizations Goals
Each new Unit needs a Chartering Organization that is committed to “For the Strength of Youth” from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints as a standard.
Unit Commissioners Goals
The New Unit Commissioners are key to the success of a new Unit.
Recruit a New Unit Commissioner for every new Unit created or within each Church Stake geographical boundary.