2021-2020 SCOUTING PROGRAM
Ten (10) points for sponsoring each of:
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts
Daisy Scouts, Brownie Scouts
Jr. Girl Scouts, Sr. Girl Scouts
Ten (10) points for sponsoring a new unit
Send copy of charter to Director
Ten (10) points for submitting a candidate for Scout of the Year. Post can submit one candidate per category:
Boy Scout Eagle Scout
Girl Scout Gold Award
Venturing Summit or Sea Scouts Quartermaster Award
The Eagle Scout of the Year will receive a plaque and the Moroz-Pietrowski Post 9973, $500 scholarship. The winner of the Girl Scout and Venturing divisions will receive a plaque and a Department of Michigan $500 scholarship. The sponsoring post will also receive a plaque. One winner will advance to the National for Judging.
Nomination forms can be obtained from the National website www.vfw.org/Scout/ or by contacting the Director. Submit nomination forms (one candidate per category) to the director by April 1, 2022
One (1) point for hosting a Scouting Presentation from a district or higher level scouter. No Max Points
One (1) point for every $50 donated to scouting i.e. Friends of Scouting (FOS), SME, Camperships, Century of Values, Department of Michigan Scouting Program, Donation towards an Eagle project etc. No Max Points
One (1) point for hosting a scouting function, other than normal meetings (i.e. Blue & Gold, Court of Honor, appreciation dinners, etc.) any questions as to what qualifies contact the director
Ten (10) points for every volunteer provided by the post to assist with scouting activities, other than a charter organization representative (i.e. commissioner, adult leader/ adviser, committee members, merit badge councilor, etc.)
There will be Four (4) divisions:
Division I 10-59
Division II 60-99
Division III 100-160
Division IV 161-over
The four division winner will be recognized at the State Convention
Since the Director does not see the Activity report a copy of it or a separate report must be sent either email or snail mail.
None of these points apply to the All-State Program, review requirements, do not confuse the two. For any questions, comments, or concerns please contact the director.
National-Scout of the Year
Some of our earliest ties to
the community involve youth groups and perhaps none are stronger or more
lasting than the relationship between the VFW and America's scouting
organizations. In fact, our partnership with the Boy Scouts of America dates
back to 1915 when VFW Post 2100 helped to establish Troop 1 in Everett,
Our Scout of the Year program provides members of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts who display standout citizenship, patriotism and love of country with the opportunity to be rewarded with college scholarships of up to $5,000.
Before submitting your Scout of the Year application, please review the rules and eligibility requirements.
Larry Thayer, Director
4858 Apache Path
Owosso, MI 48867