Western Region, BSA

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Western_Region_(Boy_Scouts_of_America).svgWelcome to the Western Region Sea Scout page. Sea Scouts are all across the Western Region, from Arizona to Alaska.

 

 

The Western Region is an administrative body of the BSA that serves Sea Scouts in five areas.

WR Area 1: Alaska, Washington, Oregon and Idaho

WR Area 2: Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, & Nebraska

WR Area 3: Northern California, Nevada

WR Area 4: Southern California (Los Angeles & Orange County)

WR Area 6: Hawaii, San Diego, Arizona, New Mexico & El Paso, Texas

Internationally: Japan, the Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand.

 

The Region is led by the Regional Key 3 composed of the Regional Commodore, Greg Harden, Regional Boatswain Jordyn Alexis, and Regional Staff Adviser, with the support of the Western Region Sea Scout Committee.

 

Greg Harden

Regional Commodore Western Region

Biographical Info

Prior to serving as the Western Region Commodore, Greg  served as the Western Region Vice Commodore of Membership. Greg grew up on the SSS Intrepid of Palo Alto in the current Pacific Skyline Council. Greg is a firefighting professional.

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