Eagle Scout project seeks to document Piedmont scouting history from the 1930’s-1990’s

Scouting runs in the family: Crawford-Jakubiak's grandfather and great uncle (pictured with their mother) were enthusiastic scouts with their local troop in Buffalo, NY.

Calling all former Piedmont Scout and Scouters!

My name is Kane Crawford-Jakubiak, and I am a Life Scout in Troop 11 working on my Eagle Scout Project with the Piedmont Historical Society. My project will help the Piedmont Historical Society by video recording interviews of former Piedmont scouts/scouters from the 1930’s-1990’s who are willing to share their stories of what it was like to be a scout or scouter in Piedmont back when they were previously involved in scouting.

The goal of the project is to help the Piedmont Historical Society document and preserve this unique aspect of Piedmont’s history. I will be working with current Piedmont scouts to video record these interviews. Piedmont is one of the oldest Scouting Councils in the country and Scouting has always been an important part of our community. I hope my project will be able to preserve these stories for future generations.

If you are interested in telling your Scouting Story, please contact me, so we can set up a time for an interview.  I can be reached at piedmontscoutinghistory@gmail.com.

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