Day Camp 2017
Cub Scouts can participate in many activities including, archery, BB-guns, sling shots, field sports, nature, arts and crafts, Scout skills, and a variety of other events. All areas (especially range activities) place a special emphasis on safety procedures. It's a fun-filled week of challenging Cub Scout activities, exciting adventures, and new friendships. Camp is open to all Cub Scouts who will be in first thru fifth grades as of September 2016. Click Here for more information.

Summer Camp at Woodland Trails
This summer, Woodland Trails Scout Reservation will be offering four weeks of Boy Scout Summer Camp and two sessions of Cub Scout Resident Camp.  We have added many new and improved facilities and new programs. We invite you to attend camp this summer at Woodland Trails.  Click Here  for more information.
Buckskin
The Buckskin Trail is the premier Webelos and Boy Scout Leader Training conducted in the council annually.  Participants who complete the Trail will receive training for Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills, Leader Specific: Scoutmaster/Asst. Scoutmaster Training, Outdoor Webelos Leader Training (OWL), and Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO). Click Here for more information.

BSA Weather Safety
Robert Baden-Powell once said that the definition of the Scout motto Be Prepared is this: "A Scout must prepare himself by previous thinking out and practicing how to act on any accident or emergency so that he is never taken by surprise." Baden-Powell also advocated that young men spend a lot of time learning in and about the out-of-doors. As he said, "The open-air is the real objective of Scouting and the key to its success." However, we still need to be aware of our surroundings and their changing conditions, including what is happening with the weather. For more information Click Here.
Scouting For Food
On March 11th and 18th, Scouts, Scouters and family members will take part in a 29-year-old community service project tradition...Scouting for Food.  Scouts, units and families are all encouraged to do their part to help our friends and neighbors in need through this local food collection effort in every community across our council.  Visit the  Scouting for Food page for additional details. Thanks to Dayton Power and Light for their continued support of this program. You may pick up your bags at the Council Service Center or at your districts roundtable.
Wood Badge Home Beef Stew
Calling all Wood Badge Scouters and Scouters interested in learning about the Wood Badge program.  Join us on March 23rd at Home Beef Stew for fun, fellowship, and Wood Badge silent and live auctions that benefit the Wood Badge Scholarship Fund. Click Here for more information!
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