About the 64th Brandywine BPSA

The 64th Brandywine Baden-Powell Service Association was founded in 2014 by parents who were looking for community-oriented and inclusive Scouting adventures for their families.

The 64th Brandywine welcomes Scouts from southern Chester Country school districts including Oxford Area, Octorara, Avon Grove, Unionville-Chadds Ford, and the nearby region. Regular meetings are held monthly in the West Grove Borough Building; Scouting activities take us all over beautiful and historic Chester County.

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About the Baden-Powell Service Association

The Baden-Powell Service Association (BPSA) was formed in the U.S. in 2006 as an independent and traditional-style Scouting Association. Our association continues to perpetuate the principles and practices of Scouting laid down by Robert Baden-Powell in 1907 that have been developed and refined in Scout associations around the world for over a century. These principles are so fundamentally sound and the practices so adaptable that Traditional Scouting goes on developing and can never be dated or unsuited to any community. Our aim is to promote good citizenship and wholesome physical, mental, and moral development, as well as training in habits of observation, discipline, self-reliance, loyalty, and useful skills.

The BPSA program is completely volunteer run and focused on keeping the cost-barrier to participate in Scouting low for all families and participants. There is no full-time or part-time paid staff.

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The BPSA is totally independent of, and not affiliated with, either the Boy Scouts of America or the Girl Scouts of the USA. We are members of the World Federation of Independent Scouts (WFIS).

To learn more about BPSA or to find a local group in your area, visit BPSA-US.org.