Scout Day at THE NUTCRACKER STORY BALLET – December 8, 2018 – Bring a non-Scout Friend to the event – PURCHASE TICKETS NOW!

A SCOUTING SPECIAL EVENT Youth Dance Ensemble presents THE NUTCRACKER STORY BALLET: A Special Scouting Event! ***This is an exclusive event for Scouts, their non-Scout friends, and their families*** DECEMBER 8, 10AM-12PM Bring your den to “The Land of Sweets” to see The Nutcracker Ballet and to EARN BADGES! For the past 27 years, Youth…

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Let’s Make History – Recruiting Materials to Help Fill Girl Dens

For the first time in over 100 years, we are excited to announce Family Scouting! Now not only boys and girls, but entire families will have the opportunity to experience the fun and excitement that makes Scouting unique. The values taught in the Scouting program builds character, and when combined with the ‘Scouting’ experience, it…

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Upcoming Bring-A-Friend Events

  One of the best ways to recruit new Cub Scouts is ‘peer-to-peer’. When a Scout brings a friend to a scouting event (e.g., pack or den meeting, pinewood derby, field trip, etc), they both have fun! It’s a fantastic introduction to Cub Scouts for the boys and their parents. When a Scout brings a…

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Send Us Your Halloween Drawings For Display on the District Website

Help celebrate Halloween by having your parents EMAIL US a Halloween drawing or a picture of you wearing your favorite Halloween costume. Then, during the week before Halloween, we’ll show your work on the district website. Drawings from previous years! ‘BOO!’ By Lindsay brother of Sam P283 Cub Scout ‘Midnight Fire’  by Mark P537 Cub Scout  Mark also wishes his…

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2018 Annual Unit Recharter Turn-in

All Units should have their recharter packets and be working on the renewal process. Information on charter renewal can be found using the button below. Charters can be turned in to Unit Commissioners at the November 1st Roundtable or later by contacting them. Units that are striving for JTE levels Platinum and Gold must have…

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Do you need to match your uniform to specific meetings?

You’re going to your daughter’s den meeting at 5:30 p.m., and your son’s troop meeting is at 7 p.m. You’ll have to drive straight there from the den meeting — and your uniform is covered in Cub Scout patches. Correct uniforming is important, but obviously, you’re not going to break out the fabric scissors, needle and…

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