“Teach Scouts not how to get a living, but how to live.”
-Robert Baden-Powell
AWAC Announcements
The Council Office and Scout Shop will be closed on
Wednesday, July 4 for Independence Day.
It's almost Popcorn Season;
mark these important dates on your calendar!
Council Popcorn Kick-Off will be August 22, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the Landmark Center. (6222 Ellison Road Fort Wayne, IN 46804)

Popcorn Show and Sell orders are due on the Trails End Website August 26, 2018 at midnight.

Popcorn Show and Sell Distribution is September 7, 2018 the time and location are yet to be determined.

Popcorn Final Product Return day is October 25, 2018 at the Anthony Wayne Area Council from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.

Popcorn Final Orders due to Trails End Website on October 26, 2018 at midnight.

Popcorn Final Order Distribution will be on November 9, 2018 ; the distribution site will be divided up into counties. The time and location are yet to be determined.

Popcorn Final Payments due December 3, 2018 at the Anthony Wayne Area Council Office.
The 8th Annual Seafood Boil and Auction

The 8th annual Seafood Boil & Auction will be held October 13th, 6:00 PM at Sweetwater Sound in Fort Wayne. The Seafood Boil is a unique and special event for the Anthony Wayne Area Council and northeast Indiana. The event is open to all that want to enjoy a great night of fellowship and help support the youth programs of the Boy Scouts.

Platinum Sponsor: $4,000 (includes 2 tables of eight, full page ad in the event program, banner recognition at the event)

Gold Sponsor: $3,000 (includes 1 table of eight, half page ad in the event program, and banner recognition)

Silver Sponsor: $2,000 (includes 1 table of eight & quarter page ad in the event program)

TABLE: $1,200 (includes 8 tickets to the Seafood Boil & Auction)

COUPLE: $300 (includes 2 tickets to the Seafood Boil & Auction)

INDIVIDUAL: $150 (includes 1 ticket to the Seafood Boil & Auction)

For more information contact Chuck Walker, Director of Development & Camping
at 260-432-9593×245 or chuck.walker@scouting.org.
Council Events
Makahiki 2018

Makahiki is a weekend full of COMPETITION, FUN, & FRIENDSHIP!
Held on the shores of the beautiful lakes of Northern Indiana, this Hawaiian-themed land & water event competition is open to all Scouts in the BSA, Girl Scouts, & American Heritage Girls 14 & over.

Complete with Luau & Pizza Party.
 
Makahiki is more FUN than should be allowed !

Order of the Arrow
Fall Ordeal and Brotherhood Weekend

Friday, 08-10-2018 to Sunday, 08-12-2018.

Fall Fellowship and Vigil Weekend

Friday 09-21-2018 to Sunday 09-23-2018
Camp Chief Little Turtle
For any questions regarding camp, contact Cody Zimmerman at 260-432-9593 or at Cody.Zimmerman@Scouting.org .
FAMILY CAMP 2018
LABOR DAY WEEKEND

Gaga Pit * Disc Golf * Paddle Boards * Swimming * Boating * Fishing
Hiking * Campfire * Archery * BB Guns
Each Family member will receive a commemorative patch
 
$35 Per Family per weekend Preregistration (one week before event)
$45 Per Family per weekend at the door

Camp Ambassador Program 2018

WHAT IS A “CAMP AMBASSADOR?
Greetings Scouters!
I would like to introduce a great new program at the Anthony Wayne Scout Reservation that allows Scouters, Alumni, units, and organizations to help continue to make our property a premiere camping destination for scouts throughout the Central Region. The Council leadership, Camping Committee, Properties Committee, and Summer Camp Leadership Team are always looking for ways to improve camp facilities and enhance our already diverse program. Here is your opportunity to become vested in the long-term sustainability of our camping program and to help make some of these great ideas become a reality!

District Events
Wabash Valley
  • In the month of July there will not be a Roundtable or District Committee Meeting.

  • There will be a Dedication of Ouabache State Park Fire Tower on July 13, 2018.
Pokagon

  • There will be no Commissioners meeting in July.

  • There will be no Roundtable in July.

  • Fremont Pack 3186 is hosting the Steered All 4 Final Race on  Saturday, September 22 at 10:00 am. The race is at Fremont Middle School, 811 Renee Drive, Fremont, Indiana. For questions, contact Joe Stempien at 260-243-6751 or Josh Jones-St. Clair at 260-409-1590. See the Rules, Guidelines, and Flyers attached. 



  • Thunderbird District Cubmobile has been cancelled.

  • Instead of Roundtable in August. there will be a Fall Recruitment Kickoff at St. John Lutheran Church on Thursday, August 2, 2018. The Kickoff will begin at 6:30 pm and will end no later than 8:00 pm.


Lincolnway
  • In the month of July there will not be a Roundtable or District Committee Meeting.
Miami

  • In the month of July there will not be a Roundtable or District Committee Meeting.

Thunderbird
  • In the month of July there will not be a Roundtable or District Committee Meeting.

  • Thunderbird District Cubmobile has been cancelled. 
Training Courses
National Youth Leadership Training 2018
July 15-20 at Camp Chief Little Turtle
  NYLT is an exciting, action packed program that provides youth members of the BSA with leadership skills and experience they can use both in and out of Scouting. Through activities, presentations, challenges, and discussions, NYLT participants will be engaged in a unified approach to leadership that will give them the skills and confidence to lead well. The course uses the patrol method and models a month in the life of a troop. Boy Scouts must be at least 13 years old and at least 1st Class Rank. Venturers and Sea Scouts must be at least 14 years old. (no rank requirement)
 
All participants must complete Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops or Crews. Register early- course size is limited to 48 participants!

Questions? Contact 2018 NYLT Scoutmaster Aaron Ware at  awacnylt@gmail.com

If interested in registering, contact Cody Zimmerman at 260-432-9593.
Powderhorn
August 2 - 4, 2018

Thursday 8:30AM - Saturday 9PM

The cost is $75 Non-Refundable Deposit, and $230 per person. This is a resource course designed to help the unit provide an interesting and exciting program for the older youth and adult leaders. This course will give the unit the tools and resources to safely conduct outdoor/high adventure type activities. It is for any older youth or adult interested in experiencing a unit level, high adventure program!

Certified Angling Instructor Course
Anthony Wayne Reservation
2299 W 500 S, Pleasant Lake, In 46779
September 28 – 30, 2018
Course Fee: $55/per person
Registration closes September 1, 2018
Maximum Attendees: 24     Minimum Age: 15
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Earn Your Aviation Merit Badge
If you are interested in earning your Aviation Merit Badge, click the link below and complete the printable registration.

Here are the instructions for the registration form and they must be followed:
We must have it on one sheet of paper, front and back. The top section with the red header that says “Young Eagles Registration” needs completed for the youth who will be flying. The bottom section will be completed by the pilots on the day of the flight. On the other side of the form, all four lines need completed. Without complete information, we cannot take a youth flying. The form does not need to be printed in color, black and white is fine.
EAA will not accept it if it is not one sheet of paper.

Free Trap and Skeet Shoot Event
9th Annual JAKES Take Aim Event
(For kids ages 12 to 17)

This FREE event is sponsored by the
National Wild Turkey Federation-Three Rivers Chapter

Sunday, August 12, 2018
10am to 4pm
Izaak Walton League of America
17100 Griffin Rd. Huntertown, IN 46748

Click the link below for registration and more information.

News from National
2019 World Jamboree

The theme of the 2019 World Scout Jamboree is “Unlock a New World.”
Registration for the 2019 World Scout Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve is live, details can be found at the link below. This means prospective youth participants, adult volunteers and staffers – known in World Scout Jamboree parlance as the International Service Team (IST) – can register to join the adventure.

The quadrennial event, held at the BSA’s high-adventure base in West Virginia and co-hosted with Scouts Canada and Asociación de Scouts de México, will be the first World Scout Jamboree in the United States in more than half a century.

This historic event will be held July 22 to Aug. 2, 2019.
Youth attendance is limited to BSA registered boys and girls age 14 to 17 on the first day of the Jamboree.
(Birthday between July 22, 2001, and July 21, 2005).