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    2010 ANNUAl REpORT

  • 2010 Annual Report

    Southern Region

    Boy Scouts of America

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    Southern Region Annual Luncheon National Annual Meeting Manchester Grand Hyatt

    San Diego, California Friday, May 27, 2011

    11:20 a.m. Doors Open

    11:30 a.m. Opening Video

    11:34 a.m. Opening Comments David Weekley Regional President

    11:35 a.m. Pledge of Allegiance David Frolander Regional Venturing President

    11:38 a.m. Invocation Don Combs Regional Boatswain

    11:40 a.m. Meal Service

    12:20 p.m. 2010 Regional Review David Weekley Regional President

    12:25 p.m. Council Awards/Recognition • Centennial Quality Councils • Distinguished LFL Councils • OA National Camping Awards

    • Major Gifts Award

    Joe Domino Regional Commissioner

    Dwayne Fontenette Regional OA Chief

    Allen Brown Regional Finance Impact Chairman

    12:40 p.m. Business Meeting • Nominating Committee Report • Election of Board and Advisory Board Members • Election of Executive Committee

    Doug Mitchell Nominating Committee Chairman

    12:50 p.m. Regional Director’s Challenge Ponce Duran Regional Director

    12:55 p.m. Silver Antelope Awards Ceremony John Mihm Silver Antelope Chairman

    1:15 p.m. Closing Video

  • 3 2010 Centennial Quality Councils

    Area 1 Louisiana Purchase Monroe, LA

    Choctaw Area Meridian, MS

    Pine Burr Area Hattiesburg, MS

    Gulf Coast Pensacola, FL

    Area 2 Norwela Shreveport, LA

    Texas Trails Abilene, TX

    Golden Spread Amarillo, TX

    Circle Ten Dallas, TX

    East Texas Area Tyler, TX

    Longhorn Hurst, TX

    Area 3 Capitol Area Austin, TX

    Buffalo Trail Midland, TX

    Bay Area Galveston, TX

    Sam Houston Area Houston, TX

    South Texas Corpus Christi, TX

    Three Rivers Beaumont, TX

    Alamo Area San Antonio, TX

    Concho Valley San Angelo, TX

    Rio Grande Harlingen, TX

    Area 4 Central Florida Orlando, FL

    Gulf Ridge Tampa, FL

    North Florida Jacksonville, FL

    West Central Florida Seminole, FL

    Area 5 Georgia-Carolina Augusta, GA

    Coastal Empire Savannah, GA

    Daniel Boone Asheville, NC

    Mecklenburg County Charlotte, NC

    Central North Carolina Albemarle, NC

    Piedmont Gastonia, NC

    Palmetto Spartanburg, SC

    Coastal Carolina Charleston, SC

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    Distinguished Learning for Life Councils South Florida Council Miami Lakes, FL

    Southwest Florida Council Fort Myers, FL

    Piedmont Council Gastonia, NC

    Capitol Area Council Austin, TX

    Bay Area Council Galveston, TX

    2010 Centennial Quality Councils (continued) Area 6 Shawnee Trails Owensboro, KY

    Lincoln Heritage Louisville, KY

    Cherokee Area Chattanooga, TN

    Great Smoky Mountain Knoxville, TN

    Chickasaw Memphis, TN

    West Tennessee Area Jackson, TN

    Middle Tennessee Nashville, TN

    Yocona Area Tupelo, MS

    Area 7 Occoneechee Raleigh, NC

    East Carolina Kinston, NC

    Tidewater Virginia Beach, VA

    Shenandoah Area Winchester, VA

    Heart of Virginia Richmond, VA

    Area 8 Ouachita Area Hot Springs, AR

    Westark Area Fort Smith, AR

    Quapaw Area Little Rock, AR

    Arbuckle Area Ardmore, OK

    Cherokee Area Bartlesville, OK

    Last Frontier Oklahoma City, OK

    Indian Nations Tulsa, OK

    Area 9 Greater Alabama Birmingham, AL

    Black Warrior Tuscaloosa, AL

    Atlanta Area Atlanta, GA

    Flint River Griffin, GA

    Central Georgia Macon, GA

    Northwest Georgia Rome, GA

    Northeast Georgia Athens, GA

    Okefenokee Area Waycross, GA

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    Risk Management Project Winners $500 Recipients Central Florida Council Apopka, FL

    Cimarron Council Enid, OK

    Daniel Boone Council Asheville, NC

    Flint River Council Griffin, GA

    Golden Spread Council Amarillo, TX

    Indian Nations Council Tulsa, OK

    Mecklenberg County Charlotte, NC

    Middle Tennessee Council Nashville, TN

    Northwest Texas Wichita Falls, TX

    Old North State Greensboro, NC

    Quapaw Area Council Little Rock, AR

    West Central Florida Council Seminole, FL

    $750 Recipients Central North Carolina Council Albemarle, NC

    Gulf Ridge Council Tampa, FL

    2010 Order of the Arrow National Service Award Recipients The Order of the Arrow is pleased to announce the selection of eight lodges for the National Service Award. Established in 1999, the National Service Award recognizes two lodges in each region that have performed outstanding qualitative and quantitative service for their council. The following lodges are being recognized for their 2010 accomplishments.

    Mikanakawa Lodge Circle Ten Council Dallas, TX

    O-Shot-Caw Lodge South Florida Council Miami Lakes, FL

    2010 E. Urner Goodman Camping Award Recipients The E. Urner Goodman Award was established in 1969 as a tribute and testimonial to the Order’s founder. Its purpose is to encourage and challenge Order of the Arrow members and lodges to increase their effectiveness in promoting and increasing Scout camping in each council. Awards are presented to two outstanding lodges in each region annually. The following lodges are being recognized for their 2010 accomplishments.

    Nawakwa Lodge Heart of Virginia Council Richmond, VA

    Wa-Hi-Nasa Lodge Middle Tennessee Council Nashville, TN

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    2010 NESA Scholarship Recipients $20,000 Mabel and Lawrence S. Cooke Academic Scholarship

    Michael Talmadge Smith Alpharetta, GA

    $3,000 NESA Academic Scholarship

    Michael Patrick Bobinski Rock Hill, SC

    Tanner Scott Clark Saint Cloud, FL

    Andrew William Edelman Katy, TX

    Christopher Michael Molnar Greensboro, NC

    David Victor Seitz Dallas, TX

    Brett Hunter Shirley Little Rock, AR

    Samuel Ray Strawbridge Fayetteville, GA

    $2,500 Mabel and Lawrence S. Cooke Academic Scholarship

    Alexander James Delesky Sanford, FL

    Austin Joel Egan Saint Cloud, FL

    Logan Andrew Meyer Dallas, TX

    Tyler Colby Nagai Richmond, TX

    Alan Christopher Smith Montevallo, AL

    Abhishek Joseph Thumaty Duluth, GA

    Paul Martin Travis Jr. Enid, OK

    $1,000 Hall/McElwain Merit Scholarship

    Sean Michael Bailey Saint Marys, GA

    Austin Levi Burdick Flint Hill, VA

    Tyler John Burdick Flint Hill, VA

    Andrew Felipe Borda Cabal Flowery Branch, GA

    Daniel Beaufort Causey IV Darlington, SC

    George Thomas Cooper III Little Rock, AR

    Edward Harlan Dixon Edmond, OK

    Parry James Draper Mascoutah, IL

    Matthew Daniel Houck Greenville, SC

    Stefon Christian Irby Tulsa, OK

    Augustus Rae Maples Lucedale, MS

    Macon Chapman McLean Greenville, SC

    Mark Harrison Nanney Bradenton, FL

    Douglas Austin Parker Charlotte, NC

    Robert Adam Parkin Madison, MS

    Jonathan Carey Quisenberry Enterprise, AL

    Paul Jeffrey Rivera Tallahassee, FL

    Nicholas Alexander Schenk Louisville, KY

    Jonathan David Smith Colleyville, TX

    Benjamin David Wade Taylors, SC

    Horace Edward Walpole III Easley, SC

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    2010 Major Gifts Awards Major Gifts Awards are presented by the Finance Impact Department to local councils following the processes leading to securing major gifts during 2010.

    Alapaha Area Council Valdosta, GA

    Atlanta Area Council Atlanta, GA

    Central Florida Council Orlando, FL

    Chehaw Council Albany, GA

    Greater Alabama Council Birmingham, AL

    Indian Nations Council Tulsa, OK

    Mecklenburg County Council Charlotte, NC

    Piedmont Council Gastonia, NC

    2010 National Endowment Achievement Award Gold Medallion For permanent, donor-restricted gifts to endowment of $5 million or more.

    Circle Ten Council Dallas, TX

    Silver Medallion For permanent, donor-restricted gifts to endowment of $1 million to $4,999,999.

    Indian Nations Council Tulsa, OK

    Sam Houston Area Council Houston, TX

    Alamo Area Council San Antonio, TX

    Bronze Medallion For permanent, donor-restricted gifts to endowment of $500,000 to $999,999.

    Last Frontier Council Oklahoma City, OK

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    Membership/Participation as of December 31, 2010

    2009 2010 Gain/Loss

    Tiger Cubs 83,732 84,677 1.1%

    Cub Scouts 237,706 234,286 -1.4%

    Webelos Scouts 197,429 195,217 -1.0%

    Total Cub Scout–Age 518,867 514,480 -0.8%

    Boy Scouts 226,941 227,599 0.3%

    Varsity Scouts 3,815 3,811 -0.1%

    Total Boy Scout–Age 230,756 231,410 0.3%

    Venturers 67,843 58,738 -13.4%

    Total Traditional Scouts 817,466 804,628 -1.6%

    Explorers 37,909 36,516 -3.7%

    Total Youth 855,375 841,144 -1.7%

    Unit/Post Adults 295,836 284,217 -3.9%

    Council/District Adults 12,237 11,255 -8.0%

    Total Adults 308,073 295,472 -4.1%

    Total Learning for Life Curriculum-Based Participants at December 31, 2010 = 323,290

    Units/Groups as of December 31, 2010 2009 2010 Gain/Loss

    Cub Scout Packs 13,761 13,264 -3.6%

    Boy Scout Troops 11,013 10,722 -2.6%

    Varsity Scout Teams 584 570 -2.4%

    Total Boy Scout–Age Units 11,597 11,292 -2.6%

    Venturing Crews 4,242 4,032 -5.0%

    Total Traditional Units 29,600 28,588 -3.4%

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