PRLog - Feb. 22, 2012 - SAN ANTONIO -- New Scout Executive, Michael de los Santos, of the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America is thankful and excited to share the news of 100 years of service the Scouts have accomplished here in the Greater San Antonio area and surrounding communities. “This year, the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts will be celebrating 100 years of serving Scouts, their families, and our local communities. 2011 was a wonderful year, and this New Year is off to a great one! Thank you!”
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For the Alamo Area Council’s 100 Year Anniversary, which officially lands on May 16, 2012, the Alamo Area BSA will be sharing with the local community the stories and experiences kids will continue to make. “Please Like us on FACEBOOK and Follow us on TWITTER! Help us celebrate by seeking out and supporting the positive stories these wonderful kids are making in our local community,” says Angel Martinez III, Communications Executive with the Alamo Area BSA.
“It is amazing as we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Alamo Area Council that the traditional values of Scouting continue to be reflected in today’s youth members,” de los Santos said.
The Alamo Area Council, BSA also invites you to celebrate their 100 Year Anniversary by donating to Scouting to support programs council wide for our area kids.
About the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
The Alamo Area Council, BSA, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, serves a 13 county area imparting the Scouting program to over 28,000 youth and 7,000 volunteer adults in South Texas. The Boy Scouts of America continue to prepare young people for life by providing the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training utilizing outdoor activity, citizenship, and sports fitness. For more information on the Alamo Area BSA, please visit www.AlamoAreaBSA.org.
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The Alamo Area Council, BSA, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, serves a 13 county area imparting the Scouting program to over 28,000 youth and 7,000 volunteer adults in South Texas.