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Joe A. Long

Executive Director

Middle Tennessee Council

HQ Phone:  (800) 899-7268

Email: j***@***.org

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Middle Tennessee Council

3414 Hillsboro Pike

Nashville, Tennessee,37215

United States

Company Description

The Middle Tennessee Council is committed to the highest possible standards of ethical, moral and legal business and has always committed itself to open communications with the Open-Door Policy, which provides an avenue for employees and volunteers to raise co...more

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www.gcumm.org

"Literally tens of thousands of youth from Tennessee and across the country will benefit from this generous gift from Bill Latimer, and we simply do not have the words to express our gratitude," said Joe Long, executive director of the Middle Tennessee Council.


www.pridepublishinggroup.net

Travis replaces Joe Long, who retired after 12 years as Scout Executive with the Middle Tennessee Council.Long ended four decades of service to the Boy Scouts on a year of extraordinary success for the local Council.


www.theleafchronicle.com

Travis replaces Joe Long, who retired after 12 years as Scout Executive with the Middle Tennessee Council.Long ended four decades of service to the Boy Scouts on a year of extraordinary success for the local Council.Not only did the local organization set new records for the number of Eagle Scouts, summer and winter camp participation, and volunteer service hours to the community, but the Council also completed the acquisition and financing for its new Latimer High Adventure Reservation, which is expected to become a national attraction for Scouts and other non-profit groups.Also under Long's leadership, the Council's Explorer program grew to be the fifth largest in the nation and the local Scoutreach program to enlist underprivileged youth continues to expand as well."Joe has demonstrated spectacular leadership as our Scout Executive over the past twelve years and has touched the lives of literally tens of thousands of local youth," said Hill McAlister, Chairman of the Board for the Middle Tennessee Council.


www.tennessean.com

"It's going to be something that's not only for Boy Scouts but for wilderness preservation," said Joe Long, executive director of the Middle Tennessee Council."That's what the state of Tennessee has been trying to do with the Cumberland Plateau, and we're going to be right in the middle of it."The more than 50,000 youths and adult volunteers in the council's 37-county area could use the property, but other groups will also be allowed.A committee is looking at ways for other non-profit groups to work with the scouts, Long said.That's not the casel, Long said."That's going to continue forever and ever," he said."One day we may be needing another Boxwell."


www.wsmv.com [cached]

After (Oaks served) 10 years with the Boy Scouts, I don't relish doing this, but we had no other alternative to do this, because kids are easily influenced by people in leadership positions," said Middle Tennessee Council Executive Director Joe Long.We leave that to parents and guardians, and that's where we cross the line," Long said.


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