Central Florida Council
Central Florida Council serves Scouts in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, Brevard, Volusia and Flagler Counties. Its headquarters is located in Apopka, Florida, and its primary Scout camp is Camp La-No-Che in Paisley, Florida, adjacent to the Ocala National Forest. In 1922, the Central Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America, was chartered by the National Council to implement a quality Scouting program to all youth in its geographic area. The council is incorporated in the State of Florida.
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... Central Florida Council serves Scouts in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, Brevard, Volusia and Flagler Counties ... Its headquarters is located in Apopka, Florida, and its primary Scout camp is Camp La-No-Che in Paisley ...
... Lodge #326 is a Lodge of the Order of the Arrow associated with Central Florida Council ... which was originally created in 1930, also had chapters in Boy Scout councils in Michigan and Indiana ... The Central Florida chapter retained the Tipisa name, and was also chartered as an OA Lodge in 1946 ...
... West Central Florida Council serves Pinellas County and west Pasco County in Florida ... Over 6,000 youth and 4,000 adult volunteers are currently served by the West Central Florida Council ... The West Central Florida Council earned the prestigious 2008 Centennial Quality Council Award from the Boy Scouts of America ...
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