It is BSA Troop 1’s desire
that this World Wide Web Internet site primarily function as a communications channel for unit members. This site is
owned and maintained by BSA Troop 1, Montgomery, AL. All text, photographs
and other editorial content are ©1990-2014 BSA
Materials found at this domain may
be used by Scouts and Scouting volunteers for purposes consistent with the programs of the Boy Scouts of America, except
for logo or other materials which specifically identify this website, the troop or the website's authors; further, no one
may utilize materials within this web site which are copyright by others and used here by permission without obtaining the
author's permission. Material found within this domain may not be used or reproduced for commercial or other non-Scouting
purposes without the express permission of BSA Troop 1 or the appropriate copyright holders.
This domain is not an official electronic
publication of the Boy Scouts of America, Tukabatchee Area Council, Ecunchatee District or Church of the Ascension.
The website owner, authors and any organizations mentioned herein disavow liability for misuse of any materials found at this
domain. It is our goal to provide material of value to individuals in our unit and members of the Boy Scouts of America.
If you find material within this web
presence which you find objectionable, please contact the Scoutmaster or webmaster. BSA Troop 1 will revise or remove
the material as it deems necessary to achieve satisfaction for all parties.
- you have questions,
comments or suggestions
- would like to volunteer additional material for inclusion on these pages
seeking rights to reproduce materials from this website
Please contact the Scoutmaster or District Commissioner
Copyright © 1990 – 2014 BSA Troop 1
This Site contains some copyright materials of the Boy Scouts of America. This
copyright material may be downloaded and reproduced by members of the Boy Scouts of America for bona fide Scouting purposes.
It must not be sold, reproduced or repeated in any other form (paper, electronic, video etc) either in full or in part, without
the written permission of the copyright holder.
BSA Troop 1 is committed to respecting and protecting the personal privacy
of its members and those who visit its Web site. This site does not acquire personal information from users. If a user sends
an e-mail to BSA Troop 1, it is by voluntary means, only when it is in the interest of the user to provide it, and to utilize
this information only for the purpose it was provided.
BSA Troop 1's web site is in compliance with the Children's Online Privacy
policy does not apply to any site that the user may jump to as a result of a link on BSA Troop 1's site. Those sites are responsible
for themselves as their content is not controlled by BSA Troop 1. Please contact the administrator of any other web site for
information about their own privacy policies and the information they collect about their site visitors.
How does BSA Troop 1 comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
(COPPA) of 1998?
BSA Troop 1 does not use its web site to collect any personally identifiable
information from children under 13 years of age. Any interface that requests personally identifiable information that appears
on an interface that can be expected to be viewed by children under 13 years of age is accompanied by a notice that submissions
cannot be accepted from users under 13 years of age. Where "age" or "date of birth" is requested, no information will be stored
or transmitted unless the response indicates that the user is 13 years of age or older.
Providing personal information is never a prerequisite for accessing any of
the content or resources on this web site. Specifically, refusal to provide personal information via a web interface will
never result in a user being denied access to any on-line content or resource he would be able to access were the information
Policy Modifications and Deviations
We may modify this
without your prior consent.
It may be necessary to deviate from
this general policy in unique instances and for specific purposes. In such instances, a link will be provided to a description
of the deviation. This link will be placed where it can be reasonably expected to be noticed prior to submitting any information