Aloha Council: American Samoa District
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Talofa Lava from the Boy Scouts of Aloha Council:
American Samoa District #121
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A Message From the District Chairman Larry Sanitoa:

Dear Friends,

Thank you for visiting the BSA Aloha Council: American Samoa District’s scouting family
website. If you are deciding to join or have recently joined the scouting program, let me
be among the first to welcome you and congratulate you for being a part of the leading
youth program in American Samoa. Scouting is a part of your extended family. The
programs and activities are all established based on the same family values that
nurture and develop your good citizenship, keeping your overall care and well being in
mind. Scouting is always there for you. The knowledge, skills, and abilities learned plus
the life time friends you make in scouting are the rewards that you will keep forever.  

The success of American Samoa’s scouting program is attributed to the strong support
of the local government and community alike.  Managing and sustaining the scouting
program is possible through the dedication and commitment of scout leaders who are
themselves parents, civic and church leaders that volunteer their service for the
betterment of the youth in our territory. Be proud that you are part of a scouting
organization that networks with the higher echelon of leaders in both government and
civic community.

On behalf of the American Samoa District scout leaders, I take this opportunity to thank
all our supporters, family and friends, especially the Lions Club of Pago Pago for the
generous contributions to sustain scouting in American Samoa.    

Fa’afetai tele ma ia manuia.

Larry Sanitoa, Chairman