The Potawatomi Area Council, Boy Scouts of America is a 501c3 organization
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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.
Potawatomi Area Council serves all of Waukesha County and parts of Dodge, Jefferson, Walworth & Washington county. There are 6,100 youth and over 2,350 adult volunteers in the Scouting programs within the area.
About Potawatomi Area Council, BSA
The Council operates Camp Long Lake in Dundee, WI. Last year, over 1,700 Scouts attended summer camp and several other camping programs.
Also, the Council operated Day Camps and Weekend Camps throughout the Council boundaries that over 1,300 Scouts attended.
The Starlight Serenade Gala is a fundraiser held at Westmoor Country Club in Brookfield on Friday, November 3, 2017 at 6:00p.m. to support the Boy Scouts of America. There will be raffles, auctions, signature drinks, Briggs Backyard Band and themed food.
What Does the Potawatomi Area Council Serve
What is the Starlight Serenade
The Potawatomi Area Council ranked 8th out of all 286 councils in membership retention, leaders trained, advancement, percentage of population served and public service hours recorded. This is the sixth consecutive year ranking in the top 10.
156 Young men earned the Eagle Scouts award 100,103 Scouting for Food items collected 28,380 Service hours tracked by Scout Units 6,059 Merit badges earned 4,112 Rank advancements earned