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Districts of Redwood Empire Council BSA

Most BSA Councils utilize districts as a way to provide improved volunteer engagement for chartered organizations and units located through the geographical area of each council.  Districts are part of the council, and are not separate entities (district volunteers are council volunteers).

Redwood Empire Council continues to utilize districts in order to maximize commissioner service and volunteer committees in support of units.  The district boundaries are determined by the council executive board after studying council area demographics and practical needs of serving chartered organizations and units.

Each district typically has three monthly meetings, two involving the commissioner staff and one with the district committee:

Roundtable - monthly meeting of unit leaders, den leaders, and other unit Scouters, led by the commissioner staff.  Roundtables focus on unit program resources, and details about upcoming district and council activities.

Commissioner Staff Meeting - monthly meeting of commissioners to discuss and work on unit needs and plan future roundtables.

District Committee -- monthly meeting of chartered organization representatives and district members-at-large to plan specific activities, training courses, twilight camps, and similar events, organize membership efforts, and coordinate Friends of Scouting appeals.


Redwood Empire Council Districts

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