I don’t know who my Unit Commissioner is, how can I find out?
Unit commissioners help units succeed with a good program that attracts and retains youth members.
Perhaps no other members of the unit service team have a more important or demanding responsibility. As friends, coaches, and counselors of unit leaders, unit commissioners operate quietly, generally in the background. They are effective communicators, providing the resources of the district and council to the units they serve. They aid the chartered organizations that operate the units through charters from the Boy Scouts of America.
To learn more about Commissioner Service, to find out the resources that are available to your unit like who your Unit Commissioner is please contact your District Commissioner.
Mt Monadnock District