A person’s personality is influenced by family, school, friendships and extracurricular activities. As a child grows, stages of development occur within him. In today’s trend, where both parents have to work to make both ends meet, organizations which aim for creation of good valued people are of great value. One of them is the country’s Boy Scouts.
When is the Boy Scouts Day in 2018?
Boy Scouts Day is on February 8, 2018, a Thursday.
Boy Scouts Day in the United States of America is always celebrated annually on the 8th day of February.
History and Purpose of Boy Scouts Day:
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) was incorporated by William D. Boyce on February 8, 1910. Its headquarters is located at Irving Texas and affiliated with the World Organization of the Scout Movement. This largest youth organization in the United States of America celebrates its birthday annually through the Boy Scouts Day, together with other scouting celebrations in the same month.
The Boy Scouts Day celebration 2015:
February of each year is the anniversary month of BSA. The celebration starts with Scout Sunday which is the Sunday before February 8. In 2015, this will be on February 1. The Boy Scouts Day is on February 8 of each year. The Scout Sabbath is on the Saturday after February 8. In 2015, this will be on February 14. Boy Scouts consist of men with the age range of eleven to seventeen.
Activities for the month include Cub Scout blue and gold banquets, community window displays and troop red and white dinners. Cub Scouts are boys with an age range of seven till ten. This young group’s motto is “Do Your Best” compared to their seniors’ “Be Prepared.” Participation may be done through donations, attendance of gala shows and outdoor activities, such as sports events or day camps.
When is the Boy Scouts Day in 2019?
Boy Scouts Day is on February 8, 2019, a Friday.