October-November Edition Available Now
Made by Scouts for Scouts...The October-November edition of Adventures in Scouting is here!  Get the latest Kansas City Scouting news, gear up for fall programs and see who's taking home "Top Honors" in our special recognition issue.    

Only 3 Campouts Left! 
Make your first Scout campout a blast! Designed for new Cub Scouts and their families, our Cub Scout Family Campouts blend the fun of rocketry and traditional camp favorites into an unforgettable weekend at one of our world-class Scout Reservations. Only three campouts left and they will sell out quickly!  

October 29 | Camp Naish
It wouldn't be Halloween without Haunted Trails.The spooktacular family favorite returns October 29 to Camp Naish. Scare up fun for only $8 for participants 5 and up and $4 for children 4 and under. Space is limited and trail sessions are filling up fast! 

Take Your Sale Online
Popcorn season is here, but before you travel door-to-door or set up
shop at a storefront, have you tried selling online? Our online sale is the best way to reach out-of-town friends and family. Simply send an email to your customers asking them to purchase products online. There's no product delivery or collecting money!

November 5 | MCC-Business & Technology Campus

Your Scouting education starts here!  Whether you're a seasoned professional or first time Den Leader, there's a course for you at University of Scouting. Join us on Saturday, November 5 for fresh ideas, shared memories and enthusiasm to put the pizazz into your Scouting program. 
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Council Scouters Honored with Top Award

The Silver Beaver Award is the highest award a local council may present to a volunteer Scouter. The Heart of America Council is proud to recognize this year's Silver Beaver Class for their service to Scouting. Awards will be presented at the Council Annual Banquet on November 16.

Scouting History in the Heart of America Council

It all started as a plan to keep camp spic-and-span.  In this month's edition of Scouting History , our Council Historian explores the origins of the Golden Broom Award and how it kept the Reservation clean for generations. 

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