In 2009 more than 1,200 people rebuilt at Little Sioux Scout Ranch in Little Sioux, Iowa where four Boy Scouts lost their lives when a tornado struck on June 11, 2008.
What does LSSR stand for?
LSSR stands for Little Sioux Scout Ranch (Boy Scouts of America; Iowa)
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We have 4 other meanings of LSSR in our Acronym Attic
- Licenced Specialist in School Psychology (National Association of School Psychologists)
- Life-Cycle Signature Support Plan (US DoD)
- List of Social Situation Problems (psychometric testing)
- Life Support System Program Office
- Libraries Serving Special Populations Section (American Library Association)
- Lone Star State Paranormal Society (Corsicana, TX)
- Lake Superior Scottish Regiment (Canada)
- Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic
- Linear Stress-Strain Relationship (elastic materials)
- Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic
- Long-Range Secondary Surveillance Radar (Japan)
- Laser Systems Safety Review Board (US Air Force)
- Library Support Staff Resource Center
- Large Scale Solid Rocket Combustion Simulator
- Lord Selkirk Secondary Regional Comprehensive School
- Large Scale Sensing Surface (Les Ateliers Numeriques Inc.)
- Large Scale Survey System
- Lean Six Sigma Sensei (certification)
- Legal Services Support Section
- Lightweight SHF SATCOM Set
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ninety-three Boy Scouts, aged 13 to 17, along with 25 scouting staff members, were gathered to attend a weeklong leadership training camp at the 1,800-acre Little Sioux Scout Ranch in the Loess Hills of Iowa, about 40 miles north of Omaha, Nebraska.
The storm struck at midnight on Wednesday as a group of 93 young campers - aged 13 to 18 - and 25 staff members were attending a leadership training camp at the Little Sioux Scout Ranch in the remote Loess Hills.
Three finalists for 2008 were chosen by readers' votes, and include Pausch and award-winning Christian Music Artist Steven Curtis Chapman, who sustained his family's spirit and faith through the tragic loss of his daughter; as well as the heroic Boy Scouts from Iowa's Little Sioux Scout Ranch, who rescued community members and friends when a devastating tornado ripped through their western Iowa camp site.