Longs Peak Council
Boy Scouts of America
District & Council Commissioner Corps Survey
This survey is intended to gather your input on How the District and Council Commissioner Corps Can Support You in 2009. Input will be used to develop our 2009 plan of action.
Please complete all background information when completing the survey - the purpose is to align strategies with unit types and (2009) districts and in no way identify the feedback provider (please see map showing the new districts beginning 1/1/09 if you have questions).
As issues may vary by Scout unit or by your role, please submit multiple surveys, as necessary. When you click the SUBMIT button, your input will be email directly to the LPC Council Commissioner, Jerry Cotner, who will summarize all data (NOTE: your email will not be forwarded with your input).
Thank you for your time in completing this survey. (Printed copies may be mailed to the Council Office in Greeley, ATTN: LPC Council Commissioner.)
Your opportunity to input to this effort will end Wednesday, December 31, 2008.
Commissioners are district and council leaders who help Scout units succeed. They coach and consult with adult leaders of Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, Varsity Team, and Venturing Crews. Commissioners help maintain the standards of the Boy Scouts of America. They also oversee the unit charter renewal plan so that each unit reregisters on time with an optimum number of youth and adult members.
District & Council Commissioner Corps
It is the responsibility of the Longs Peak Council Commissioner Corps to support the mission and vision of the Longs Peak Council.
Longs Peak Council Mission
It is the mission of the Longs Peak Council, Inc., to provide all possible support to our customers so that they can effect a positive change on the character, fitness, and values of the young people in their communities. This support is delivered in such a manner as to assure the customer's Scouting Experience is both effective and fun.
The Longs Peak Council is a 20,000 member Quality Council, nationally recognized as a model for serving Scouting in a large, suburban/rural environment. Our market share is increasing, and we are viewed by the various ethnic community leaders as The Agency to meet their youth development needs. Our Trustees and Community Boards are reflective of the demographics of the community, and all of our districts are earning the National Quality District Award. We have a trust fund that provides 20% of our annual operating needs and provides for annual capital requirements. Our camps are filled to capacity and are serving all segments of the program. Our staff is composed of self-guided work teams, empowered to rapidly respond to meet the needs of our diverse customer base.
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