The Mission of the Potawatomi Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, in cooperation with chartered partner organizations is to help an ever-increasing number of youth mature into adults exhibiting traits of participating citizenship, character and personal fitness founded upon the moral and ethical values expressed in the Scout Oath/Promise and Law.
Our vision: We cultivate future generations of leaders to serve their communities by increasing the number of youth in Scouting:
Fun and comp[elling programs are focused on activities and outdoor adventures that inspire leadership. character and service;
Known and valued as a leadins advocate for youth;
Relevant, efficient and adaptive to out changing environment;
Financially strong and sustainable;
Culturally diverse as the community we serve;
Volunteers and employees known and admired for their leadership and for their enthusiastic commitment to serving young people;
Easy for our volunteers, families and scouts to use our programs;and
The Scout Oath and Law are primary in everything we do.
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The State of Scouting in Wisconsin
The Boy Scouts of America program is an ongoing adventure that teaches a powerful set of real-life skills and develops fundamental qualities that help its 57,000 youth members, in Wisconsin, become Prepared. For Life®.
In Wisconsin, 19,094 adults serve as Scouting leaders.
Wisconsin Scouts officially recorder 55,527 hours of service to their comunities, at a value of more than $5.5 million.
Our Scouts collected more than 1 million pounds of food through the Scouting For Food Program.