A council is a voluntary association of citizens, including representatives of organizations that are chartered by the Boy Scouts of America, to promote the Scouting program within a geographic area. There are four major functions involved in achieving the purposes of a council: membership, fund development, program, and unit service. These four functions and all other responsibilities are accomplished in each council in a manner that is consistent with local conditions and circumstances. The four functions of a council are usually implemented by organizing volunteers into committess with specific responsibilties that tie back to membership, fund development, program and unit service.
Advancement, Camping&Properties, Development, Finance, Membership, Training and Alumni). To lean more about each of these committees click on the Committee name.