Boy Scouts (Mid-America Council of Boy Scouts)


Boy Scouts (Mid-America Council of Boy Scouts)


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Boy Scouts
(Mid-America Council Boy Scouts of America)
Includes Little Sioux Scout Camp
Local Boy Scout Headquarters at 129 Fourth St. closed 6/30/65
The Scout Nonpareil. December 9, 1922
Boy Scouts Buy House In Bluffs; Headquarters for S.W. Iowa Council May 4, 1955
Boy Scouts ask $18,000 To Keep Program Going; United Fund Agencies. August 22, 1957
Scout Councils Favor Merger; Move To Become More Effective. January 14, 1965
Two Scout Councils May Join Hands Across River; Merger Is Recommended. May 11, 1965
2 Merging Scout Groups To Draft Assignments, Budgets; At Thursday Meeting. June 6, 1965
Officers Are Selected For New SWI, Nebraska Boy Scout Group; To Be Called Mid-America Council. June 18, 1965
Scout Office To Close This Week; Operations Will Be Moved To Omaha. June 27, 1965
175 Persons At Final Awards Meet Of S.W.I Scout Council; Merger Is Effective Thursday. June 30, 1965
National Rating For Scout Camps. August 1, 1965
Mid-America Council Boy Scouts Of America; United Red Feather Agency., October 15, 1965
New Home For Boy Scout Council: Nebraska Scene. April 19, 1967
SIPI, Boy Scouts May Team Up Here. September 8, 1968
Boy Scout Executives Are Named. October 25, 1968
1,100-Acre Land Gift To Scout Council; Plan $1.6 Million Campaign. December 13, 1968
Scout Campaign Director Named. January 7, 1968
Bluffs Boy Scouts Hold Rededication Ceremonies. February 9, 1969
Announce Two-Part Scout Camp Plan. April 2, 1969
Wilderness Canoe Trip For Troop 2; 13 Scouts, 4 Leaders. June 22, 1967
Scouting Leaders Get Recognition At Banquet. October 14, 1969
Ground For Scout Camp Is Broken. October 26, 1970
Scouts Seek $10,000 Extra. January 22, 1971
Bluffs Scout Is 42,000th To Sign Up. January 22, 1971
Helping Boys Aim Of Mrs. Dettmann; Your United Fund. October 11, 1971
Scouts Christen Camping At Little Sioux. November 30, 1971
Scout Anti-Drug Program Launched. January 21, 1972
Scout-O-Rama Here In May; First For Trailblazer District. April 7, 1972
It's Not Boys, Just Scouts. May 19, 1972
Boy Scouts Have 'A Blast' At Little Sioux Scout Ranch; Dedication Ceremony Here Today. August 17, 1972
Scout Camp Dedicated. August 18, 1972
Scouts set for excursion; Will recreate Lewis and Clark trek. April 24, 1976
Water, ruined boats plague scouts; Follow Lewis and Clark trail. June 13, 1976
Scouts finish 4,000 mile trek. August 27, 1976
Boys didn't have it easy; On 4,000 mile trek. August 27, 1976
Scout leaders receive honors. October 1, 1976
Scout troop celebrates 30th year. February 11, 1978
Scouting valuable to community; could do more; Constant need for more leaders. April 30, 1978
Scouting seeks to reach out to kids. October 6, 1978
Scouts honor 5 SW Iowans. December 1, 1978
Scoutarama is held at Westfair. April 29, 1979
Boy Scouts seek 'high adventure'. November 30, 1979
Troop 55 pallbearers for its longtime friend. May 26, 1983
Kennedy scouts' future uncertain. May 5, 1984
Scout head plans 'draft.' September 23, 1984
Explorers Get Med Training. November 6, 1984
Faraci to chair Scout Jubilee. September 12, 1985
Boy Scouts plan Camporall. October 11, 1985
Boy Scouts remain popular in Bluffs. February 2, 1992


Nonpareil reporting


Daily Nonpareil


Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil Archives




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Boy Scouts Mid America Council


Council Bluffs, Iowa


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