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Scouting and the LDS Church

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A Brief history of the LDS Church and its relation to Scouting.
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  SCOUTING & The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints  i Dear Scouter: Te purpose o this resource is to provide you with inormation about Te Church o Jesus Christ o Latter-day Saints (the Church; LDS) that will help you in building a good working relationship with the leaders o the Church. No amount o written inormation could compensate or spending time with the leaders o a chartered organization. However, the knowledge gained by studying the contents o this packet will help you prepare a oundation to build an association that will strengthen the quality o Scouting in your district and council. In addition to the inormation that ollows, we suggest that you obtain the ollowing three separate publications, all o which are published by Te Church o Jesus Christ o Latter-day Saints: ã Scouting Handbookã Church Handbook of Instructions,  “Aaronic Priesthood” ã Church Handbook of lnstructions,  “Primary” We hope you will find this inormation valuable in helping to build a solid relationship with Church leaders. Additional Scouting inormation can be ound at the LDS-BSA Relationships Web site at www.ldsbsa.org or the Church Web site at www.lds.org. Sincerely, David C. Pack, Director LDS-BSA Relationships 15 West South Temple, Suite 1070Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1579801-530-0004 (Bus)801-530-0029 (Fax) www.ldsbsa.org   Prepared. For Life. TM LDS-BSA Relationships  ii  iii Contents A Brie History o Te Church o Jesus Christ o Latter-day Saints ......................Page 1Te Articles o Faith ..............................................................Page 2A Brie History o Scouting in the Church ...........................................Page 3Latter-day Saint Membership in the Boy Scouts o America ............................Page 4Scouting Units ...................................................................Page 4Eagle Scouts .....................................................................Page 5Unit Leadership ..................................................................Page 5Eleven-Year-Old Scouts ...........................................................Page 5iger Cubs ......................................................................Page 5Keeping Current With Registrations ................................................Page 7raining ........................................................................Page 8Roundtable Attendance ...........................................................Page 8LDS Scouting Leadership Conerence at Philmont and Little Philmonts .................Page 9Service at the District and Council Levels ...........................................Page 9Commissioner Service ...........................................................Page 9Council LDS Relationships Committees ............................................Page 10Order o the Arrow ...............................................................Page 10Fund-Raising ....................................................................Page 10Outdoor Program: Policies or Church Units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11Monday Night Activities ..........................................................Page 11Glossary ........................................................................Page 12Appendix .......................................................................Page 13 Tis information, produced by the LDS-BSA Relationships office in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a resource for all interested Scouters to help them understand Scouting in Te Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Tis is an official publication of the Boy Scouts of America and is intended  for the use of professional and volunteer Scout leaders on a national, council, and district level in servicing the Scouting units in Te Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. If you are unfamiliar with LDS terms, we recommend you first review the definitions on page 12.

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