LHCBSA Web Site Information and Council Policies


This is the Official Web Site for the Lincoln Heritage Council, Boy Scouts of America (LHCBSA). The main goal of this web site is to communicate official, approved information to Boy Scout members. The site is produced by the Lincoln Heritage Council web site staff under the direction of the local staff.

This site follows the Local Council Web site Guidelines


All U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Child Nutrition Programs sponsoring agencies shall comply with civil rights laws and regulations, such as Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (race, color, national origin), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (sex), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (disability), Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (age), American with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 (disability).

Use of material from this site

In general, members may freely reprint material from the LHCBSA web site for their own use, or in local publications as part of the official program of the BSA, as long as proper credit is given as to where the material came from. (A simple byline of "-from the LHCBSA Web Site, www.LHCBSA.org" is fine, or the footer statement that appears on the bottom of each page can be used.)

Please do not copy the material presented here to a local web site. Instead, put a link to the appropriate page. A basic entry like "The new LHCBSA Strategic Plan [on the LHCBSA web site]" is quite common. This ensures that local users will always get the most current copy when the pages here are updated, and it also saves local webmasters from any need to edit or retype our pages. The only exception to this policy is the clipart explictly made available for use elsewhere.


The site is updated regularly, as new material becomes available. See the What's New page for recent updates.

Linking to the site

If you have a web page, you can put a link banner on it to connect to the Lincoln Heritage Council website.


If you have questions about the Lincoln Hertiage Council, you should first try to get an answer locally from your own District Commissioner or District Executive. If you can not get an answer locally, or if you wish to provide comments on the national LHCBSA web site, please see our Questions and Comments page.

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