What a night! Over 1,100 were in attendance at the 17th Annual Circle Ten Council Friends of Scouting Dinner.
As a result of this kickoff dinner, including gifts from some of our friends who could not attend the dinner, we raised $3,017,500!
The Scout Oath
For more than 110 years, the Boy Scouts of America has been entrenched in the very fabric of our nation’s history. Duty to country is a central tenet of the Scout Oath which has been our guiding doctrine since our inception.
Conversation with Scouts
Past Council President Joe Stallard conducted a fireside interview with some of our Scouts … Scouts say the Darndest Things
What a Scout Does
The value of Scouting is demonstrated by a few of our Circle Ten Council Scouts. Hear about their great adventures and lessons learned throughout their Scouting journey.
Aniq, from Troop 758, earned 139 merit badges before receiving his Eagle Rank, which at the time was the most in the history of the Boy Scouts. Hear more about Aniq’s Scouting journey.
Admiral William H. McRaven presented the keynote speech at this year’s dinner. While not a Scout himself, some of his greatest moments were influenced by Scouts.