Hear Why a Past OA Chief Says the 2017 Jamboree is ‘An Investment Worth Making’

Hear Why a Past OA Chief Says the 2017 Jamboree is ‘An Investment Worth Making’

Because the national jamboree only happens every four years, many Scouts may only have one shot at attending the BSA’s premier event. Alex Call, who served as the 2015 Order of the Arrow national chief, however, was fortunate enough to attend two national jamborees as a youth member. His takeaway? The jamboree is an adventure of a lifetime, full of new experiences, new friendships, and opportunities for service, all at one incredible Scouting venue: the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. Hear more from Alex in the brief video below, and then sign up at bsajamboree.org today!

 

John Churchill

John Churchill is a communications manager for the Boy Scouts of America, as well as an Eagle Scout and volunteer Scouter. If you have story ideas or questions, reach out to us at communications@scouting.org.

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Hear Why a Past OA Chief Says the 2017 Jamboree is ‘An Investment Worth Making’
Hear Why a Past OA Chief Says the 2017 Jamboree is ‘An Investment Worth Making’
Hear Why a Past OA Chief Says the 2017 Jamboree is ‘An Investment Worth Making’
Hear Why a Past OA Chief Says the 2017 Jamboree is ‘An Investment Worth Making’