Central Escarpment

2013 Popcorn Winners

Dear Scouters,

Over the past 10 years, serving as your Council Popcorn Coordinator, I have had the opportunity to see first hand how hard our volunteers, parents and youth work to make the Scout Popcorn fundraiser so successful. I cannot thank you all enough for your hard work, dedication and motivation. Because of your efforts, Central Escarpment successfully sold $760,820 in 2013. An increase of 2 percent over last year; returning to the Groups funds to provide an exciting program for our youth without burdening our families with the additional costs.

Out of 20 Councils in Canada, I am pleased to inform you that our Council was the 3rd highest selling Council.

Scout Popcorn is Scouts Canada’s #1 National Fundraiser and I want to ensure everyone is able to take advantage of this great campaign because its about more than just raising money. It’s about giving youth an opportunity to experience new things and learn new skills that will help them develop into capable, confident and well-rounded individuals. Of course, along the way they can earn some great prizes and Scholarships from Trails End.

Also, our Council top seller, Alex was ranked 2nd highest in Canada. The top Canadian seller was Samantha from Northern Lights Council where she sold $18,000 worth of popcorn!

On behalf of Central Escarpment Council, I would like to thank you for your continued support and commitment to the Scout Popcorn Fundraiser. We will continue to strive to improve the campaign and make it more user friendly. We wish you and your Group great adventures with the funds raised through Scout Popcorn.

Respectfully submitted,
Debra Bechamp
CEC Popcorn Coordinator


To view the National and Central Escarpment prize winners click pdf - here - (17.12 MB)  to view the list.


To view the 2013 Scout Popcorn Photo Contest submissions click - here -.


Click here to view last years winners

Click here to view the 2011 winners

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