Service Opportunities


Good turns come in all sizes - but are all equally important. Big examples are, saving a life, rebuilding a home destroyed by a natural disaster, cleaning up our waterways, working with a community to build a park, or representing the United States of America by placing flags on a veteran's grave for Memorial Day. Other qualifying good turns are small, thoughtful acts such as helping a child cross a busy street, go to the store for an elderly neighbor, collect food for the hungry, cut back brush blocking a traffic safety sign, doing something special for a sibling, or by welcoming a new student to your school.

Log Your Service Hours Online

Each time your unit participates in a service project, your project qualifies as a journey to excellence. Journey to excellence is a quality awards program designed to recognize units, districts, councils, areas, and regions in achieving excellence and providing a quality program to a growing youth population in America at all levels of Scouting.  For more information about logging your service hours, please contact the council office.