Activities & Civic Service Committee
The Activities and Civic Service Committee supports Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, Varsity Teams, and Venturing Crews, through their Districts, in the planning, promotion, and operation of multi-unit events.
To that end, the NCAC A&CS committee ensures all units are afforded the opportunity to participate in at least one Display event, one Competitive Skills event, one Civic Service activity, and one Scouting Anniversary event each calendar year.
Eagle Scouts Prepare to Assist at the WWII Memorial during
President Ford's Funeral
To achieve these goals, the NCAC A&CS committee is comprised of the following individuals: Each District's Activities and Civic Service Chairman, a Civic Service Coordinator (also responsible for Scouting For Food), a Scouting Anniversary Coordinator, an International Scouting Coordinator, a Venturing Coordinator, a Regional “Scouting in Action” Coordinator (replaces Scouting on the Mall), a Shooting Sports Coordinator, an Aquatics Coordinator, a Surveys Working Group, Resources Workign Group, and a Program Launch Coordinator.
Activities & Civic Service Supports
If you have a question about what the NCAC Activities and Civic Service Committee does or how we can help you at the unit level, please talk to your District Activities and Civic Service Committee Chairman first. They are closest to your problem/need and are also members of the NCAC A&CS Committee. They are plugged in! Our job is to get you “plugged in,” too. If they cannot answer your question, please feel free to call the NCAC A&CS Committee advisor, Don Durbin, 301-214-9188 at the Bethesda-MSSC (Email: email@example.com). He'll put you in touch with one of the committee members who can answer your question. Happy Scouting!
Chairman: Scott M Smith
Staff Advisor: Don Durbin, 301-214-9188
Meeting Dates: First Monday of October, December, February and April - 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
Meeting Location: The Marriott Scout Service Center, Bethesda, MD (Address & Map)