The National Organization of Sea Scout Alumni Inc. (“NOSSA”) has just announced a generous matching opportunity for gifts to the Sea Scout Alumni scholarship fund. This exciting opportunity will allow donors to double their gifts to the unrestricted fund with the help of an anonymous donor who has agreed to match up to the collective total of $18,000.
Charles Wurster reflects on the progress and accomplishments made at every level.
In his final edition of the Commodore’s Corner, Commodore Wurster answers some questions, shares news on new programs, and reflects on the progress we made over the last ten years.
Sea Scout Ship 16 Confluence of Colonial Virginia Council has been awarded the 2019 BoatU.S. National Flagship Award. Ship 16 has an extensive and well rounded outdoor program, solid youth leadership and great participation in community service.
This month’s Commodore’s Corner includes a marine safety alert for VHF radio interference, and answers questions about the Maritime Explorer Club program, developments with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary Partnership, advancement, and badges of office.
Meet Western Region Commodore Greg Harden.
Just in time for spring recruiting, a new promotional video is ready to share!
Anthony Ware of Prairielands Council in Champaign, Illinois. has been selected as the 2019-2020 Central Region Boatswain.
The Marine Technology Society has a series of upcoming opportunities and accompanying scholarship deadlines
This month’s Commodore’s Corner answers questions about the National Boatswain selection, the Auxiliary pilot program, and the IOWLS roll out.