2021 was slated to be a year of uncertainty for the Buckeye Council and shaped up to be a year of triumph! 2,400 participants returned to summer camp at Seven Ranges, 1,000 youth joined Scouting for the very first time, and 1,100 went to a cub Family Adventure Camp, and 131 youth earned the rank of Eagle. Scouting isn’t back. It never left. And 2021 demonstrated that Scouting meets the needs of families, and families need Scouting. Scouting is still a movement. And we’re moving forward.
In 2021, Buckeye Council served more than 4,000 Scouts within its 12-county footprint, but expanded to developed unmatched, digitally delivered programs that has served more than 25,000 Scouts across every state and 10 other countries.
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Five of them are females.
25,000 Scouts from
all 50 states and 10
in Buckeye Council's HomeScouting Programs
HomeScouting programs were created by the Buckeye Council to encourage families to continue their Scouting adventure at home during COVID-19
2,400 youth attended
Summer Camp at
joined Scouting last fall during our annual Join Scout Night campaign
Seven Ranges in 2021
2,475 trash bags were filled with trash during the Scout’s International Trash the Trash Day during HomeScouting's Spring BreakOut Program
Merit Badges & Cub Scout Adventures were earned through Buckeye Council programming in 2021
More than 1,000 adults took supplemental training during Buckeye Council's Baden Powell Institute on LEADScouting.org
The annual popcorn sale returned more than $638,400 to support local Scouting within the Buckeye Council
With a successful popcorn sale and support of generous donors the Buckeye Council achieved a healthy and balanced budget
Buckeye Council partnered with NASA and marine experts to host five interactive webinars during Cyber Summer Camp
1,100 Cub Scouts & their families attended Family Adventure Camp.
Here the vision of Scouting comes to life when kids get to launch rockets, shoot bows and arrows, and sleep in a tent for the first time.