Time Well Spent

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Every parent understands the value of spending personal time with their children. Yet in our demanding, fast-paced society, we often find ourselves looking back at missed opportunities. More than any other youth program available today, Scouting supports parent and child relationships in ways that result in memories of time well spent together.

The Scouting programs are uniquely designed to meet the needs of youth and their parents. Scouting meets these needs through offering fun and challenging experiences that kids and parents do together.

While every parent wants their son or daughter to have fun experiences in their childhood, fun alone is not enough. Children need safe environments and activities that promote strong values and character. These are the elements that families strive to provide that the Scouting programs support.

Kids grow up fast. Give your child a valuable gift by encouraging them to join Scouting today. The time you invest in them today will make a difference in the person they become tomorrow.

Scouting`s Not Just for Kids!

It`s easy for adults to become a part of Scouting. As a Scout Leader, you will have the opportunity to work with boys and their families, improving your community by enriching the lives of the families who live in it through fun-filled, worthwhile programs that teach values. By making the commitment to serve as a leader, you can help to enrich the lives of your boys, making a positive difference in the kind of men they will become and building a better future for our nation.

Thousands of volunteer leaders, both men and women, are involved in the Scouting movement by serving in a variety of jobs - unit leaders; to members of troop, district, and council committees; merit badge counselors; and chartered organization representatives. Every leader has the opportunity to participate in leadership and skills training, access to a vast library of helpful literature, and a support network of fellow leaders and full-time professionals in the Scouting organization.


The Next Step - How to Join

This website contains a wealth of information about the various Scouting programs. Please read about them. When your to get more information about your neighborhood Scouting groups, please click on the following link to the Information Request Form. Once completed, you can submit it to the council. You can also call us at (504) 889-0388.

The information we will need to direct you to a neighborhood Scouting unit is:

    • Your name
    • Your child`s age or grade-level
    • Telephone number or e-mail address
    • School your child attends
    • Major cross streets

With this information we can then provide you with contact information for one or more Scouting units in your neighborhood which you can then call and schedule a visit to one of their meetings. Once you identify the unit you wish to join, they can provide you with an Application to Join Scouting.

Organizing a New Unit

Is your organization looking for a way to provide wholesome, educational activities for youth in your community? Scouting offers an array of programs that include outdoor experiences, leadership training, and values education. Learn how your school, community organization, or religious organization can benefit from starting a Scouting unit. Please call us to schedule a time to meet with an organizer.



Serving Scouting in Southeast Louisiana Parishes of 
Assumption, Jefferson, Lafourche, Orleans, Plaquemine,
St. John the Baptist, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. James,
St. Tammany, and Terrebonne 

4200 S. I-10 Service Rd. West, Metairie, Louisiana 70001 
P.O. Box 1146, Metairie, Louisiana  70004
(504) 889-0388 Fax: (504) 889-1162 Toll Free: (800) 394-9410

 Council Service Center Hours of Operation
Administrative Offices (Suite 101) - 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
Council Services (Suite 125) - 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday