The Utah National Parks Council saw a record-breaking number of Eagle Scouts in 2019. We’re still working through all of the paperwork, but estimates show over twice the usual annual number of Eagles. We are proud of those Scouts who put in the hard work and service hours to reach this incredible milestone. Congratulations!

But what if you aren’t done yet? With the change in the charter relationship with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the end of 2019, thousands of Scouts found themselves without a unit. Whether you’re looking to continue working toward your Eagle, experience adventure, attend the Jamboree, or learn what Scouting is all about, we can help!

We have 175 packs, troops, crews, and posts accepting boys and girls ages 5 and up, with more on the way. To find one in your area, visit beascout.org.

Not seeing a Scouting unit in your neighborhood yet? Let us know! Contact us at (801) 437-6222 or help@utahscouts.org and we’ll help you find or start a unit.

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Maria Milligan
Has spent several years as a merit badge counselor, several summers as a waterfront director, and her whole life wishing she could do the Pinewood Derby with her 6 brothers. She joined the Utah National Parks Council as a Grant Writer to get her chance.

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