For more than 105 years, The Boy Scouts of America have helped build future leaders by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun and adventure in the outdoors. We care passionately about what is happening to kids and our communities – and are dedicated to supporting an exciting, quality program that builds better young people and our future leaders. The Evangeline Area Council serves 3,052 youth and their families within 92 units. These youth consist of boys, ages 6 to 20, and girls ages 14 - 20. Supporting the youth are 1,011 volunteer leaders that teach the Scouts new skills, build their self esteem, and reinforce the values found in the Scout Oath and Law.