Montana Council Annual Photo Contest 2022

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Montana Council Annual Photo Contest 2022

Montana Council BSA has organized an exciting photo contest 2022. The contest features experiences of all Scouts and Scouters that captured the lively nature of Montana through photographs. As we know, there’s always a story behind each picture, and that’s what the contest is all about. The contest is for all scouts and scouters who visited and made memories through pictures at Montana at some point through adventure, camping, hiking to the mountains, work projects, or enjoying the touch of nature. There’s no age limit for this, so all of them can participate. Collect your best photographs and jump to the contest.

The Contest has also exciting gifts and prizes for winners. Besides these, Montana will use those images as their board’s stuff, on social media, advertising in the newspaper and using it on their website as newsletter, and so on.

Montana Council is formed by a group of 4 councils, including Western Montana, Yellowstone, North Central Montana, and Vigilante Area council) with their respected camps on September 1, 1973. The Council also has a partnership with Boone and Crockett Club, which runs a Montana Outdoor High adventure base(MOHAB). The primary purpose of the council is to help young people to make significant, righteous, social decisions and determination over their lifespan by introducing and implanting the worth of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.

Brief Description

Get the quick information about the contest:

OrganizationMontana Council
Education LevelAny Scouts and Scouters
AmountUp to $75 council scout shop gift card And 50 bucks
Access ModeOnline
Number of Awards7
Contest DeadlineJanuary 26, 2022
Application FeesNot required

Who is Eligible?

  • Scouts and Scouters of all ages
  • Youth participants 17 years and under
  • Adult participants 18 years and above

How to Apply?

The interested candidates who wish to participate in the contest should mail the details. One should put Photo Contest in the subject and further add the photographer’s name, address, and contact number

(For youth images, write the youth photographer’s name. Read the below guidelines for reference).

 All the details should get submitted in the following email.


Following are some guidelines for the contest one should consider.

  • Photo must have been taken during 2021 or 2022
  • Youth entries: images taken by participants 17-years-old and under
  • Adult entries: images taken by participants 18-year-old and over
  • “Extra Credit” will be given to those photos showing Scouts in BSA uniforms
  • One photo per email
  • Send as a JPEG
  • Send your highest resolution image possible
  • Limit of three photos per person
  • Contestants permit the Montana Council to use the photos on Montana Council materials, social media, newspapers, and websites.


The participants will get to win exciting prizes and gifts. Moreover, the council will post the images to their website, on social media, which may help you get known, will show it in newspaper and also as material for their board.

Not only this, but the top three youth and top three adults will get special prizes, as well as one lucky person, will get selected for the Grand prize. And for the cherry on the top, featuring Scouts in BSA uniform will get some extra credit. So, dig your best pictures and bring out the best one to win the contest.

Application Deadline

The Interested participants who want to take this opportunity and make the best out of it should submit the required details as already mentioned above before January 26, 2022.

The Participants who submit it before the deadline only will get the chance to take benefit of this contest. Latecomers will lose the opportunity. So please don’t wait, and do it now!

Apply Now

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