For over 110 years, Scouting has instilled values in our youth, and it has become part of the fabric of our nation. During times of global pandemic and national unrest, the Chattahoochee Council of the Boy Scouts of America has continued to ensure that our mission continues. We strive to provide an inclusive program for all youth in our community.

We stand in solidarity against racism and violence. As Scouts, we are guided by the Scout Oath and Law, and are driven to be ‘friendly’ to others, including people who are very different from us – this has never been more important than it is today.

The Scout Oath and Law commits us to do our duty to our country – and as a country, we should expect better and must do the work of dismantling systemic racism and ensuring the safety and dignity of all minorities. Public safety is essential for our community while maintaining safe, effective, and just law enforcement.

The Chattahoochee Council, whose staff, board, and membership mirrors the diversity of the community we serve, has listened and responded to our community needs. We will continue to listen with open hearts and provide a safe space and outreach needed for our youth, Scouts, and community.

A lot of progress has been made, but so much more work is needed. We must come together to engage in honest and open dialog that will help us find a path forward. We are committed to helping our organization and our nation navigate through this time of change. This is our promise to Scouting, our youth, and our community.




Charles E. Huff, Jr.       Lora Taft                             Juan F. Osorio
Council President        Council Commissioner           Scout Executive