The mission of the Boy Scouts of America

is to serve others by helping to instill core values in young people and in other ways prepare them to make ethical choices throughout their life so that they can achieve their full potential.

Grand Coumbia Council

Highlights of the year 2001

74 young men attained the rank
of Eagle Scout.

Over 5100 youth were served by Scouting in our 10 county area.

640 youth were served through our Learning for Life program.

Over 1300 Scouts attended summer camp at Camp Fife.

Over 220 Scouts attended summer camp at Camp Bonaparte

79 Cub Scouts attended one of the two Resident Camp sessions at Scout-A-Vista.

42 Scouts and Leaders attended Boy Scout National Jamboree at Fort AP Hill in Virginia in July of 2001.

We wanted to give a quick shoutout to a company that has significantly helped out the club. The company is cash for cars and they are a company that buys and removes junk vehicles for cash. You can learn more about the company here. They have multiple locations and the one that has helped us the most if the location out of National City.