Serving youth through community organizations in Dunn, Mercer, Billings; Golden Valley, Slope, Bowman; Stark, Hettinger, and Adams counties in Southwest North Dakota; also serving youth in Perkins County, South Dakota

 

District 10 Leadership

District Chairman Ali Levent Kilic  (701) 300-1333
District Vice-Chairman Jeremy Berger  (701) 483-7075
District Commissioner Paula Kleinsasser (701) 590-9462
District Executive Beth Ann Pulley (219) 765-8162 cell
Asst. Director of Field Service Rob Gilkerson (701) 223-7204
 

Scouting for Food March 16-23, 2019

Sign up your unit for Scouting for Food! Service is a fundamental pillar of scouting and again in 2019.  Scouting for Food is the largest community service food drive in our area involving Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturers and Explorers.

Your unit should participate in the Council's Scouting for Food community service project.  Let your community know about this service project that helps restock the shelves of your local community food banks.  Let's all work together across the Council and make this year’s effort even more successful than last year’s and collect  more than 85,000 pounds of food across the Northern Lights Council!

Register your unit for Scouting For Food here!


 Spring Recruitment 

We are excited to invite new Cub Scouts into the program year-round! Now is the time to start inviting new Cub Scouts into the program, so they can get ready to join your pack on your adventures at Summer Camp or Day Camp! Just like at Fall Recruitment time, there are so many great resources that you can use to help to make sure your pack has a successful Spring Recruitment! 

The first step to take is to make sure you have a great summer program! Our District Roundtable in April will focus on Program Planning, which will help make sure that the pack has a great Summertime Activities

Questions? Contact Beth Ann Pulley or call her at (219) 765-8162.


 

District Scout Show and Pinewood Derby 

The Roughrider District Scout Show and Pinewood Derby is set for April 13 at Dickinson High School at 11:00 AM. This is a great opportunity to showcase what your unit has been doing and raise the awareness of Scouting with the public.

Please plan on your unit participating in this fun event. An information packet will be available at the February roundtable as well as sent to all unit leaders. Please make sure you have completed your registration and turned it in so that your booth or activity is ready to set-up when you arrive.

We will also be holding the District Pinewood Derby in conjunction with the Scout Show starting at 11:00 AM. Bring your Pinewood Derby cars and race them against some of the best cars in the district. Registration is $5.00 per car. For more information, please contact Beth Ann Pulley or call her at (219) 765-8162.


Roughrider Day Camp May 28 and May 29

The 2019 Cub Scout Day Camp is fast approaching. This year’s theme will be “Passport to Adventure”. The cost is $45 per child which includes t-shirt and patch, and we will have two options for Day Camp this year. The first session will be on May 28, 2019 in Dickinson at Patterson Lake Recreation Area, and the second session will be on May 29, 2019 in Hettinger at Mirror Lake.

Day Camp is a camping program for Lion, Tiger, Cub Scouts, and Webelos in our local area! On Tuesday, May 28 or Wednesday, May 29, Cub Scouts arrive at Patterson Lake Recreation Area in Dickinson or Mirror Lake in Hettinger, respectively, for a day of activities, crafts, nature, sports, BB guns, archery, fishing, games and more.

Dickinson $35/scout by Apirl 15 $45/scout after April 15 Online registration & payment required 

Hettinger $35/scout by April 15 $45/scout after April 15 Online registration & payment required 

Contact Amelia Dustin (701) 260-6769 for any questions.


Western Spring Camporee 

Join us May 31 - June 2 at Heart Butte Scout Reservation located just 15 miles south of Glen Ullin, ND. Enjoy our scenic lakefront property nestled on the South shores of Lake Tschida. Camp will be run on Mountain Time.

Learn survival skills, shelter building, first aid, fire starting, water purification, emergency food prep, and other wilderness survival tactics. Also, hone your skills fishing and steady your aim at our shooting sports stations.

Want to earn a merit badge? Sign up for either Chess or Game Design (limit 20 per merit badge).

Wilderness First Aid Training will be offered (separate event registration)

Scout BSA Leader Specific Training will be Friday night. When registering adults please make the appropriate selection.

Information on Western Spring Camporee follow the links below

Western Spring Camporee 

Wilderness First Aid 


Scout Camp-Out with the Badlands Big Sticks 

Camp out on the field after the game! 

Saturday, June 15 at 6:35 PM 

Overnight Package 

Includes game ticket , hot dog, soda, and breakfast in the morning (Child must be accompanied by their parent/guardian during the camp out.) 

Reserved Seat: $14.00

General admission (bleachers): $12.00

Non-Overnight Package 

Includes game ticket and hot dog & Soda 

Reserved Seat: $12.00

General Admission (bleachers): $10.00

Click here to buy your tickets!


 

Annual Friends of Scouting 

Scouting doesn't just happen by chance it takes a lot of volunteers who are recruited trained and supported.  Friends of Scouting pays for services to volunteers, units and youth. It also provides scholarships and maintenance of four Council camps, supplies and materials to units, and much more.  Each unit should set a date, typically in conjunction with a Cub Pack Blue and Gold Banquet or a Boy Scout Court of Honor for a Friends of Scouting presentation at your unit. Your unit Friends of Scouting presentation should take place prior to March 1, 2019 Units should also recruit a unit Friends of Scouting Chair. Please provide the date of your Friends of Scouting presentation to Amelia Dustin or call her at (701) 260-6769.


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