Are you looking for an easy way to donate additional money to the Boy Scouts of America Black Swamp Area Council?
Have you previously enrolled? Even though you may have enrolled once, did you know that you need to re-enroll each year after April 1st? There are two ways to check if you are still a contributor; the first is by logging onto the My Account page on the Kroger website and checking the Community Rewards Program section. The second is by checking the bottom of your receipt, if you are still contributing you will see "At your request, Kroger is donating to Black Swamp Area Council, BSA."
Once you have selected us, you will notice the above statement on your receipt in 7 to 10 business days.
BLACK SWAMP AREA COUNCIL BSA
“Janssen Lemley is presenting the BSAC top Popcorn seller Gabe from Pack 13 Harlem Globetrotter tickets.”
The Black Swamp Area Council of the Boy Scouts has named a new Scout Executive/CEO to serve 13 counties of northwest Ohio. Marc Kogan, who comes from the Connecticut Rivers Council will be in place in his new capacity in mid-March.
Marc has over 16 years of experience serving in 2 states and 3 Councils. He was chosen for his exemplary record in fundraising, membership management and volunteer recruitment.
The selection process for the new scout executive was comprehensive and volunteer-driven. A local volunteer board nominated 12 individuals from throughout the council to a Selection Committee: Stan Doty, Curt Brookhart, Mike Wolfe, Steve Wilder, Scott Gray, Bob Chesebro, John Swearingen, Karl Heminger, Phil Havens, Bill Small, Cheryl Parson, and Chair Cary Cox.
“We are excited to have Marc Kogan join the leadership team here. The selection committee considered candidates from all over the United States for this position. All of the candidates we considered possessed the experience and skills to lead the council forward. Marc was selected because we believe he is a wonderful fit for the communities we serve,” Cox said.
The Black Swamp Area Council offices are in Findlay and the council supports scouting in Allen, Auglaize, Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Hancock, Hardin, Mercer, Paulding, Putnam, Seneca, Van Wert, and Williams counties.
The Boy Scouts of America was founded in 1910 with a focus on working together to deliver the nation's foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training.