Lisa Kodra and Christine Hudson shared their families scouting experience on Sunday’s “Triad Moms on Main”
Be a Boy Scout!
Why is Boy Scouts important to our family? “Scouting is fun! The program provides quality time for our family and reinforces the values we are teaching our children: how to be helpful and courteous to others. Through Scouting, our son David has grown into a kind young person who puts others first. He loves teaching younger Scouts how to cook, camp, and conduct science experiments. David’s self-confidence has grown! Scouting has provided exciting opportunities for him and he’s made new friends.” – Lisa, Scouting parent in Greensboro
Thanks Lisa and son, David for sharing your scouting story!
Scouting is Family Time Well Spent!
When Christine encouraged her son, Josh, to join the Boy Scouts eight years ago she had no idea the profound impact it would have on her son and family. The Scouting program instills values in youth like being trustworthy and loyal. It also provides “bonus” family time through fun service projects and outdoor adventure. In today’s fast-paced world, it’s hard to get enough quality time with our children. Through Scouting, Christine has seen Josh grow and mature while making memories of a lifetime.
Thank you, Christine (and her Scout son, Josh) for sharing your encouraging story!
Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America delivers character education, leadership skills, career development, and adventure to boys 6 to 18 years, co-eds 14 to 21, and families in Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Guilford, Person, Randolph, and Rockingham counties. 9,000 youth and 3,000 adult volunteers participate at 300 sites.
Explore a new world of Scouting adventures for your son! Visit www.BeAScout.org or 336-378-9166.