What does a Unit Commissioner do for Scouts?
Boys join Scouting because they want a program that?s exciting and fun.
Parents allow boys to join because they know Scouting is a great program that educates a boy as he?s having fun.
Consider what would happen if a Scout is not given a quality experience because the unit lacks organization or just plain doesn?t have enough help.
That?s where the Unit Commissioner plays a role. They?re the Scouts? ?Guardian Angel?. They?re the one that passes on the answers, ideas and suggestions that are the lifeblood of Scouting.
Without their help, units could be in real trouble. With their help, unit leaders and committees will know they have a friend who knows what Scouting is all about...a friend who will help them find the answers.
If you have a question for your Unit Commissioner call that person. If you do not know what that person is contact the Council Service Center at (716) 891-4073 for the information.