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Fun with Son is an overnight campout for newly registered Cub Scouts and their families. Activities include bb guns, archery, sling shots, crafts, sports, campfire and more.
Order of the Arrow (OA) members are invited to attend OA Fall Pow Wow. It is a weekend of sports, games, expos, shows, ceremony competitions, Native American crafts, Pow Wows and so much more.
Cub Scout Leader Pow Wow is a day of training with new ideas and resources for Cub Scout leaders and parents. Over 50 classes are offered.
In honor of our council’s Century of Service, Scouts across 16 counties will dedicate 100,000 hours in one day to a service or land stewardship project in their local community. Have a community project to be considered?
The Boy Scouts of America provides youth with programs and activities that allow them to try new things, provide service to others, build self-confidence and reinforce ethical standards.
Scouting prepares youth for responsible citizenship along with the values of faith and family. They can count on the principles learned in Scouting for the rest of their lives.
You have chosen to make an important difference in the lives of youth. With your guidance as their leader, Scouts will develop character, leadership skills, responsibility and fitness.
Scouting’s positive impact comes from the program, through other Scouts, and the Scout leaders. You learn critical life skills, a greater appreciation for the outdoors and how to get involved in the community to make a difference. Along the way, the program instills the importance of character, teamwork and leadership that will last a life time.