Southern Region (Boy Scouts of America)


Southern Region (Boy Scouts of America)

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For administrative purposes, the Boy Scouts of America is divided into four regions—Western, Central, Southern, and Northeast.cite web |last=Nelson |first=Bill |url=http://usscouts.org/aboutbsa/bsaorg.asp| title=Organization of the Boy Scouts of America |work=U.S. Scouting Service Project |accessdate=2008-03-12] Each region is then subdivided into areas. Southern Region covers all of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee, and parts of Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. [cite web|url=http://srbsa.org/ |title=Southern Region |publisher=Boy Scouts of America |accessdate=2008-06-28]

Each region has a volunteer president, assisted by volunteer officers and board members, and the day-to-day work of Scouting is managed by the regional director, assistant and associate regional directors, and area directors. Regions and areas are subdivisions of the National Council and do not have a corporate status separate from the BSA.cite book |title=Rules and Regulations of the Boy Scouts of America |publisher=Boy Scouts of America |date=1985]

Councils

* Alabama-Florida CouncilDothan, Alabama
* Alamo Area CouncilSan Antonio, Texas
* Alapaha Area CouncilValdosta, Georgia
* Andrew Jackson CouncilJackson, Mississippi
* Arbuckle Area CouncilArdmore, Oklahoma
* Atlanta Area CouncilAtlanta, Georgia
* Bay Area Council — Galveston, Texas
* Black Warrior CouncilTuscaloosa, Alabama
* Blue Grass CouncilLexington, Kentucky
* Blue Ridge CouncilGreenville, South Carolina
* Blue Ridge Mountains CouncilRoanoke, Virginia
* Buffalo Trail CouncilMidland, Texas
* Caddo Area CouncilTexarkana, Texas
* Calcasieu Area CouncilLake Charles, Louisiana
* Cape Fear CouncilWilmington, North Carolina
* Capitol Area CouncilAustin, Texas
* Central Florida CouncilApopka, Florida
* Central Georgia CouncilMacon, Georgia
* Central North Carolina CouncilAlbemarle, North Carolina
* Chattahoochee CouncilColumbus, Georgia
* Chehaw CouncilAlbany, Georgia
* Cherokee Area Council — Bartlesville, Oklahoma
* Cherokee Area Council — Chattanooga, Tennessee
* Chickasaw CouncilMemphis, Tennessee
* Choctaw Area CouncilMeridian, Mississippi
* Cimarron CouncilEnid, Oklahoma
* Circle Ten CouncilDallas, Texas
* Coastal Carolina CouncilCharleston, South Carolina
* Coastal Empire CouncilSavannah, Georgia
* Colonial Virginia CouncilNewport News, Virginia
* Concho Valley CouncilSan Angelo, Texas
* Daniel Boone CouncilAsheville, North Carolina
* De Soto Area CouncilEl Dorado, Arkansas
* East Carolina CouncilKinston, North Carolina
* East Texas Area CouncilTyler, Texas
* Evangeline Area CouncilLafayette, Louisiana
* Flint River CouncilGriffin, Georgia
* Georgia-Carolina CouncilAugusta, Georgia
* Golden Spread CouncilAmarillo, Texas
* Great Smoky Mountain CouncilKnoxville, Tennessee
* Greater Alabama CouncilBirmingham, Alabama
* Gulf Coast CouncilPensacola, Florida
* Gulf Ridge CouncilTampa, Florida
* Gulf Stream CouncilPalm Beach Gardens, Florida
* Heart of Virginia CouncilRichmond, Virginia
* Indian Nations CouncilTulsa, Oklahoma
* Indian Waters CouncilColumbia, South Carolina
* Istrouma Area CouncilBaton Rouge, Louisiana
* Last Frontier CouncilOklahoma City, Oklahoma
* Lincoln Heritage CouncilLouisville, Kentucky
* Longhorn CouncilHurst, Texas
* Louisiana Purchase CouncilMonroe, Louisiana
* Mecklenburg County CouncilCharlotte, North Carolina
* Middle Tennessee CouncilNashville, Tennessee
* Mobile Area CouncilMobile, Alabama
* NeTseO Trails CouncilParis, Texas
* North Florida CouncilJacksonville, Florida
* Northeast Georgia CouncilJefferson, Georgia
* Northwest Georgia CouncilRome, Georgia
* Northwest Texas CouncilWichita Falls, Texas
* Norwela CouncilShreveport, Louisiana
* Occoneechee CouncilRaleigh, North Carolina
* Okefenokee Area CouncilWaycross, Georgia
* Old Hickory CouncilWinston-Salem, North Carolina
* Old North State CouncilGreensboro, North Carolina
* Ouachita Area CouncilHot Springs, Arkansas
* Palmetto CouncilSpartanburg, South Carolina
* Pee Dee Area CouncilFlorence, South Carolina
* Piedmont Council (North Carolina))Gastonia, North Carolina
* Pine Burr Area CouncilHattiesburg, Mississippi
* Pushmataha Area CouncilColumbus, Mississippi
* Quapaw Area CouncilLittle Rock, Arkansas
* Rio Grande CouncilHarlingen, Texas
* Sam Houston Area CouncilHouston, Texas
* Sequoyah CouncilJohnson City, Tennessee
* Shawnee Trails CouncilOwensboro, Kentucky
* Shenandoah Area CouncilWinchester, Virginia
* South Florida CouncilMiami Lakes, Florida
* South Plains CouncilLubbock, Texas
* South Texas CouncilCorpus Christi, Texas
* Southeast Louisiana CouncilMetairie, Louisiana
* Southwest Florida CouncilFort Myers, Florida
* Stonewall Jackson Area CouncilWaynesboro, Virginia
* Suwannee River Area CouncilTallahassee, Florida
* Texas Trails CouncilAbilene, Texas
* Three Rivers CouncilBeaumont, Texas
* Tidewater CouncilVirginia Beach, Virginia
* Tukabatchee Area CouncilMontgomery, Alabama
* Tuscarora CouncilGoldsboro, North Carolina
* West Central Florida CouncilSeminole, Florida
* West Tennessee Area CouncilJackson, Tennessee
* Westark Area CouncilFort Smith, Arkansas
* Yocona Area CouncilTupelo, Mississippi

R-7B

"SR-7B" is part of the Southern Region for the Order of the Arrow. There are a total of ten sections in the Southern Region. SR-7B covers roughly two-thirds of the state of North Carolina from the Piedmont to the Coast.Section 7B consists of a total of six Lodges. They are as follows:
* Tsoiotsi Tsogalii #70 [http://www.lodge70.org]
* Occoneechee #104 [http://www.lodge104.com]
* Croatan #117 [http://www.croatan.org]
* Wahissa #118 [http://www.wahissa.org]
* Nayawiñ Rār #296 [http://www.nayawinrar.org]
* Klahican #331 [http://www.klahican.org]

Officers

The Section leadership consists of four youth members from throughout the area. They include:
* Section Chief
* Vice Chief of Program
* Vice Chief of Training
* Section Secretary

Each officer has his own adviser to help him throughout his one year term. Their term lasts from Conclave to Conclave (e.g. - From April to April of the following year).

References

External links

* [http://srventuring-bsa.org/newsite/ Southern Region Venturing]
* [http://southern.oa-bsa.org/ Southern Region Venturing Order of the Arrow]
* [http://www.sr7b.org/ SR-7B Website]


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