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Cub Scout Winter Camp at Wilderness




What's New - recently added pages or content

Scoutbook page

ScoutReach Program Assistants page

District Volunteer Resources page

Scouting for Food page (added 1/9/18)

Den Chief Training now available online (added 1/18/19)

Scouts BSA Uniform and Handbook Update (added 1/18/19)

Scouts BSA Coming in February 2019

In preparation for the start of the Scouts BSA program and opportunities for girls to participate, materials are now available to explain how troops can begin being organized.

We will also be offering a series of webinars to explain the program and help new troops begin the program planning process.


Visit the Family Scouting page for more information and the Scouts BSA toolkit that includes:

  • New unit worksheet
  • New unit application
  • Charter Organization Agreement
  • Leadership and Membership Requirements
  • Adult Application form
  • Youth Application form
  • Program Planning materials
  • Training for Leaders

Let us know you are interested in Scouts BSA for girls

If you have a daughter that would be interested in participating in Scouts BSA or would like to help organize a troop in your area, let us know. Complete this short survey to let us know you are interested in Scouts BSA.

Become a Certified Youth Protection Trainer

To become a certified YPT trainer, view this Go to Meeting presentation and then contact Darin Steindl with your name and mailing address - you will be sent the training materials so that you can conduct face to face training sessions for other leaders.

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Cub Scout Day Camp

To help communicate Day Camp information and coordinate the registration of youth, we are asking for each pack to have a Pack Day Camp Coordinator. The coordinators will be invited to participate in a webinar in January and closer to the date of the district camp. Please let us know who your pack's coordinator is by completing the Pack Day Camp Coordinator form.

Program Planning-Calendar Book

Every April, the council has distributed a Program Planning booklet that also contained the district and council calendar of events. We would like to know if you would like to continue to receive this in a printed format, or if the electronic format available online is all you need.

Share your thoughts by completing this short survey.

Family Friends of Scouting Scheduling

During the first few months of each year (usually Jan/Feb/Mar), we ask packs and troops to allow a Family Friends of Scouting presentation to be scheduled during the Blue and Gold Banquet, Court of Honor or other pack/troop meeting. The district will have a presenter attend and talk to the parents for about 8-10 minutes about how the council supports the local pack. Parents are then given the opportunity to make a financial pledge to the Friends of Scouting campaign. This is not a high-pressure sales pitch. Schedule a presentation for your pack or troop.

Webelos to Scout Transition

Webelos can move from the Cub Scouting program to the Scouts BSA when they meet these joining requirements:

  • Are 11 years of age, OR
  • Completed the 5th grade, OR
  • Have earned the Arrow of Light and are at least 10 years of age

Visit the Webelos to Scout Transition page for more information.

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