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As school begins, so does a new Scouting year! Fall recruitment is full swing and Programming is set for the year to make sure #ScoutingThrives! Here is an update on how we have been progressing and growing this year and what we hope to see in the future.
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 Ted Cormier-Leger, Cub Scout Dad, Pack 7, Dedham, MA A little over 5 years ago, we got a call that our application to become pre-adoptive, foster parents was approved and our social worker had a little boy in mind for us to meet. Since we had just completed the state’s required classes and … Continue reading The Benefits of Active Parenting
Submitted by Brice Pearce, Cub Scout Camping Advisor Just a few years ago, back in 2012, I began to work with Day Camp for the first time. Initially, I thought it would be just like Boy Scout resident camping, only the days would be shorter. Boy, was I both right and wrong… Not having children … Continue reading Parents + Day Camp = Quality Family Memories
2015 has been an incredible year for New England Base Camp. So much has happened that it is near impossible to make a top list for the year. With that being said, here is our top ten moments or events for 2015: 10) We started to host Birthday Parties at Base Camp This is a … Continue reading New England Base Camp’s 2015 Top Ten
It may not feel like it, but soon the temperature will drop, the snow will fall and the water will freeze. There is not much one can do about it, we are in New England after all. Now is not the time to start to think about the ice damns on your house or the … Continue reading Winter is Coming!
When we listen to Boy Scout leaders it’s clear that for 10 months a year they take pride in their outdoor self sufficiency. An average Troop simply needs a few acres of wooded green space and the SPL and the SM will develop the program from there. Most commonly we hear about “Iron Chef” competitions, … Continue reading Website Preview: Boy Scouts
Camping is the cornerstone of all Scout Programs, and one of the primary reasons councils exist. Spirit of Adventure has listened to our unit leaders and re-tooled our camp properties to best suit the needs of our Troops, Packs and Crews. Packs – The Annual Pack Outdoor Calendar A typical pack has 2 -3 overnight … Continue reading Website Preview: Cub Scouts
Training “Every boy deserves a trained leader” We all know this is true – yet it is difficult to make it happen. Spirit of Adventure has multiple venues and styles of training to meet everyone’s needs. Online The basic trainings and information are all on line through the my.scouting.org portal New England Base Camp – … Continue reading Website Preview: Training
It takes dedication and effort to work with youth in order to help them grow and thrive. When we think about some of the “faces” you see doing this in Scouting, we came up with six key players that help make Scouting Thrive in our communities: Scoutmaster / Cubmaster / Den Leader Although we … Continue reading Who Do You Recognize?