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Submitted by Jeff Reynolds, Scoutmaster Troop 58 Danvers. If you are like me, you wear many hats. I work a lot, and that includes more travel than I care to admit to. I have a wife and daughter whose idea of camping is a budget hotel, making full integration of Scouting for the family unit
One of the greatest moments in the Eagle Scout process is the Court of Honor. This is the event that celebrates your success with those who helped you and the rest of the community. We’d like to share some advice that may help make your special event even a little more special. Please use this as a guide to help the community celebrate and learn more about Eagle Opportunities.
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Submitted by Chuck Eaton, Scout Executive Here is a BRAND NEW tool to help make sure that your unit values are aligned with the values of your Scout families! DOWNLOAD the Facilitator Instructions DOWNLOAD the Survey Why Alignment is Important Scouting is families working together to help raise each other’s kids. When we look at … Continue reading “How Do You Scout?”- Unit & Family Alignment Survey
Submitted by Chuck Eaton, Scout Executive Starting this summer with a soft launch, followed by a grand opening in September, Base Camp Express will provide various Scouting programs from our new Woburn location. This facility will be extraordinarily convenient to all Scouters and Scout families and will provide year-round Saturday and evening Merit Badge … Continue reading Coming Soon – Base Camp Express!
Download this Guide NeXus Camps have accommodated co-ed and entirely female groups in the past with no significant issues. This is how we have developed procedures and prepared facilities to provide equal opportunity for all to enjoy our campgrounds. Staff All activities are appropriate for all campers. Regarding interaction with staff members, Youth Protection Guidelines … Continue reading How NeXus Camps Are Prepared for Girl Troops
As a committed Scouter, if you would like to represent Scouting and make a presentation to an Eagle Scout in your community, please let us know by filling out this simple form. We would provide some basic training and you’d receive updates regarding when and where there is an Eagle Scout Court of Honor. … Continue reading Council Representation at Eagle Courts of Honor
We have an important duty, and an incredible opportunity, to focus as an organization on keeping children safe, supported and protected, while preparing youth for their futures through our nation’s foremost program of character development and values-based leadership training. Various media sources have reported that the Boy Scouts of America has hired a bankruptcy attorney … Continue reading Scouting Thrives Update- News from National
Welcome to Scouting! Scouting is an adventure for YOU and your children. For your child, it’s an adventure filled with camping, swimming, learning new and unique skills and making new friends. For you, it’s actually much of the same. You’ll likely find many new friends through your local Scout unit, other parents who are dealing … Continue reading Welcome to your Scouting Journey!
Here’s all of the Membership Recruiting Information for the 2018- 2019 year! The Theme for this year’s membership Campaign is Rocket into Scouting! All youth that signup during the fall campaign this year from qualifying Packs will receive a Rocket to launch at one of the 3 exciting council- sponsored launches. To qualify for the … Continue reading Rocket Into Scouting!
Submitted by: Mariama Sano, Spirit of Adventure Council’s Development Campaign Manager By now – most Cub Scout packs, dens and families have started using their Adventure Cards for several purposes. Entrance to either Base Camp (Lone Tree or Milton), discounts for Winter Camp, STEM camp, Day Camp, cabin rentals or other programs and services offered … Continue reading Added Value to the Adventure Card
A Discussion to Have With Your Chartering Organization and Fellow Parents Submitted by the Council Key 3: ACTION STEPS IF YOUR CUB PROGRAM WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME GIRLS: If your parents and organization are already in agreement, you will be welcome to become one of our Council’s early adopters. Contact the Council (617-615-0004) and … Continue reading Planning to Welcome Girls in Your Pack?