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This is a companion communication piece to our website . There are a lot of exciting things happening in Scouting and this resource will help keep you in the loop and prepare you for some awesome Scouting adventures!
Cub Scout STEAM-O-Ree
Brown County Intermediate School, Nashville, February 17th
New and improved to include the field of art along with all your favorite activities can be expected. Cub Scouts of all ages and siblings can enjoy a full day of activities learning about computers, physics, engineering, mathematics, robotics, art, and much more. This event fills up fast and is sure to bring amazement and adventure to your Scouts. Please remember to pack a sack lunch or enjoy some of the great restaurants located close by for your convenience. 
HTC Year-round Property Reservations
Reserving Hoosier Trails Council properties has never been easier!  Simply visit the site and click on the little cabin icon, like the one shown here, then answer a few questions and you can reserve and pay for rentals online.  A Scout unit can do all of their reservations for the entire year.
Boy Scout Summer Camp @ MSR
2018 Summer Camp Registration and Merit Badge Sign-ups are now live!
Don't miss out on a summer full of fun and excitement! Longtime Favorites such as Welding, Sailing, Discover Scuba, and COVERT are coming back! We are also reintroducing Photography, Electricity, Moviemaking, Painting, and Rowing Merit Badges to our lineup! Some brand new merit badges we are offering this year include Engineering, Gardening, Animal Science!  The Mountaineer Challenge program will be back for its second year and will be offering Ridge Runner and the new Voyageur challenge, now open all day! We are looking forward to providing your unit and scouts a top-notch program and a week full of memorable experiences!  We can't wait to see you! As always, welcome to camp.   Sites are already filling up, register your troop today.
Indiana National Guard receives $35,520 of Boy Scout Popcorn to support our troops during the Camp Atterbury Super bowl party
Council Executive Board Member, Col. Kirk White, and Council Program Director, Kevin Trojan, made this magical moment happen yesterday. We were proud to be able to do this in honor of our service members and thank Trail’s End Popcorn for their partnership in making this happen.
Wilderness First Aid Training
This event is open to any Scout (at least 14 years old) or Scout leader who is proficient in basic first aid skills AND holds a current certification in American Red Cross CPR with AED or the equivalent. 

We are hosting an advanced first aid course designed to teach skills necessary for providing care to victims of illness or injury in a setting where professional help is delayed. The successful completion of the course is dependent on a working confident knowledge of basic first aid skills. Time does not permit the teaching of these basic skills during the advanced course. 

Whether you are a Scout, an outdoor enthusiast or you work in a remote environment, our Wilderness and Remote First Aid Course gives you the skills you need to respond to an emergency when help may be delayed.