The delegation’s presentation outlined the organization’s accomplishments over the last year. This meeting comes on the heels of delegates sharing the report with other top leaders last month, in a tradition that dates to the founding of the Boy Scouts of America.
Like Toby Capps recalled when reflecting on meeting President Gerald Ford at the 1975 Report to the Nation, “It’s great to have this high profile platform to really tell the nation who the Boy Scouts are, what we are doing, and how we matter in the future of our country.”
The 2015 delegation had the opportunity to do just that with the most influential leader in the world, who like all U.S. presidents since 1910, also serves as the BSA’s honorary president. So let’s meet the dream team who took to the White House to meet him.
— OA National Chief (@OANationalChief) March 25, 2015
Report to the Nation Delegation Who’s Who:
Join us in congratulating these young leaders who made the trip of a lifetime and represented the Scouting movement.