“In Scouting, a boy is encouraged to educate himself instead of being instructed.”
Robert Baden-Powell
AWAC Announcements
The Anthony Wayne Area Council will be closed
November 22 and 23 for Thanksgiving.
Popcorn Final Order Distribution will be on November 9, 2018 ; the distribution site will be divided up into counties.
The time and location are listed below by District.

Popcorn Final Payments due December 3, 2018 at the Anthony Wayne Area Council Office.

** For Final Payment Please Bring ONE Check or Money Order Made Payable to AWAC . (Please, Do Not Bring in Individual Checks from Customers.) **

For more resources and information, click the link below:
The 8th Annual Seafood Boil and Auction

The 8th Annual Seafood Boil and Auction was a booming success! This event raised over $60,000, which will be used to impact the lives of the youth that are being served in the Anthony Wayne Area Council. There were around 225 individuals in attendance for this night of fun, fellowship, food, and fundraising. The event this year was the best yet and it was only made possible through our sponsors, volunteers, attendees, and staff.

 On behalf of the Anthony Wayne Area Council, we would like to express our deepest appreciation to all of these people and companies.You have made a difference in the lives of the youth in Northeast Indiana by giving your time, talent, and treasure.
Special Thanks To…

Sweetwater Sound:
Chuck Surack; Jeff Bunting, Food Service Manager and Executive Chef ; Renee Hockemeyer , Assistant Kitchen Manager ; Stephanie Haberstock, Lead Pastry Chef ; Renee Hockemeyer , Assistant Kitchen Manager ; Meghan Short, Event Coordinator
Walnut Hill Catering & Events
The Huffman Family
Stu Myers, Auctioneer
Dan Salmon, Auction & Event Coordinator
Majic 95.1 Fun 101.7 LT 99.5, Radio Sponsor
Anthony Wayne Area Council Volunteers
Angola American Legion Post 31
Farmland Jazz Band
Mike DeWald
Mike & Laura Jaicomo
Mimi’s Retreat, Auburn
Thank you for the Donation of Silent Auctions Items:
Aalco Distributing, Aaron Ware, Arrow Fence, AZ Stamps, Brewer’s Art Supply, BSA Foundation, Camelot Ridge Resort, Chestnut Hills, Christianson Jewelers, Chuck & Mandie Walker, Cindy & Craig Keller, Chestnut Hills Golf, John & Nancy Current, David Myers, Deer Run Wilderness Area, DKM Embroidery, Don Halls, Ed Offerle, Hillside Shooting Sports, IHOP, Indiana Pacers, Goshert Family, George Manning, Indiana Pacers, Jim Morris, John Higgins, Ken’s Meat Market, Kurt & Peggy Grimm, Pam Leach, Laycoffs, Little River Wetlands, Louise Larson, Lunch Box Café, Mad Ants, MRO Solutions, Parrish Leasing, Pastors Place, Paterson’s Do it Best, Peg-Perego, Pro-Line, Shigs N Pit, Stan Rice, St. James Restaurant, St. Vincent Boy Scouts, Steel Dynamics Inc., Sweet Aviation, Sweet Cars, Tim Kearney, Tom Jansen, Trails End Popcorn, Trine University, Innovation One, Two EE’s Winery, United Art & Education, Vera Bradley, Wine Time
Thank you for the Donation of Live Auction Items:
Anthony Wayne Area Council Professional Staff, Betsy Yankowiak, BF Goodrich, Chuck Walker, Eagle Marsh, Fort Wayne Mad Ants, Fort Wayne Police Department SWAT team, Indiana Pacers, Jim Huffman of Walnut Hill Catering, Jim Morris, MRO Solutions, Parrish Leasing, Physicians Health Plan,Troop 33, Wally Lester
Lincolnway District Scouting Endowment

“Carry On”
Our vision is to “endow” the District Executive Position in Lincolnway District. That is, to raise enough in a designated endowment fund to pay the annual salary of the Lincolnway District Executive with the annual interest accrued by the fund. This would mean, in effect, that even in lean financial times, there will be enough money available to maintain a District Executive for Lincolnway District. That, in turn, will secure the future of Scouting in Kosciusko and Whitley counties for years, perhaps decades to come.

Pledge Your Support Today!

Please help us in our effort to endow the District Executive position for Lincolnway District. Select a giving level that best fits your budget, make your pledge now and complete your payment before April 1, 2019 to ensure that your initial pledge will be matched 4:1 by the KCCF. (All gifts are tax deductible.)

If you are able to continue your initial gift for an additional 4-5 years, you will be making a significant contribution to our overall $1,000,000 goal!

For instance: An initial gift of $100 paid by April 1, 2019 qualifies for a KC 50 match of
$400 Total=$500.

By continuing with annual gifts of $100 for an additional 5 years, add another $500.
That’s a total of $1,000 toward securing the future of Scouting in our community!

For more information or to pledge your support, click the link below:

Council Events
Backpacks of Hope
The Backpacks of Hope was founded to continue the Life and Legacy of John Zachery Septer's mission of love, faith and hope for people in need. This organization completes their mission by filling and distributing backpacks full of essentials for the homeless and people in need to survive the elements. Their goal for 2018 is to fill 1000 backpacks.

How Can You Help?
Donating new / unused full-size items for us to fill the backpacks.
Items needed are listed below:
BACKPACKS
HATS
GLOVES
SOCKS
TOOTHPASTE
TOOTHBRUSH
DEODORANT
BLANKETS
SHAMPOO
CONDITIONER
RAZORS
SOAP / BODYWASH
FOOT POWDER
LOTION
RAIN PONCHOS
FLASHLIGHTS
HAND / FEET WARMERS
WATER
NONPERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS

The Anthony Wayne Area Council will be taking donations for the Backpacks of Hope drive until November 30th.


Please visit their website to learn more. www.backpacksofhope.org
Camp Chief Little Turtle
2019 Council Outdoor Program & Summer Camp Kick-off

December 8, 2018
At Camp Chief Little Turtle.

FREE Registrations
Troops :Free Scoutmaster & SPL or designees
Packs :Free Cubmaster & Den Leader or designees

Additional Registrations
$12 for additional Leaders or SPL’s

For more information or to register, click the links below.

CCLT is Hiring Staff for Summer Camp 2019!
Why work at CCLT? Do you want to be part of the best staff in the world?
Why throw away another summer sitting behind a desk, flipping burgers, or clicking a keyboard? Do you love the outdoors? Do you like to have fun? If this is you there is a perfect place for you this summer. The Anthony Wayne Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America would like to offer you the opportunity to change lives this summer at our camp. We offer programs in Aquatics, Climbing, High Ropes Courses, 1st Year Campers, Shooting Sports, Ecology, and many more. Imagine a job where get paid to have fun. Here is just a short list of the perks of being on our staff.

Camp Chief Little Turtle is closed November 9 - December 2, 2018 for hunting.

Camp Chief Little Turtle is closed December 21, 2018 - January 1, 2019
for Winter Holidays.
Cub Scout Resident Camp Requirements

Attached below is a link for the Scouting requirements that were met at camp.

District Events
Thunderbird
Thunderbird and Pokagon Klondike will be January 18-20, 2019 at Camp Chief Little Turtle.
More information to come at a later date.

Join The Great Race of Mercy, to retrieve the lifesaving medicine needed to stop the Diphtheria Epidemic from plaguing Nome, Alaska in the winter of 1925. Click the link below to learn more about your mission across the Alaskan Tundra.
Wabash Valley
Wabash Valley Roundtable has been moved to Thursday November 8 due to the church having services for All Saints Day last Thursday. The meeting will be at St. Joseph Catholic Church 1300 N. Main St Bluffton. We begin with food and fellowship at 7:00 p.m. and follow with the meeting at 7:30 p.m. This month we are having traditional Thanksgiving Feast!!!
Roundtable offers a multitude of ideas and information that is beneficial to your unit and youth. This month I will present everything you need to know about re-charter….SO….Please, Please, Please have SOMEONE from your unit attend. It WILL be Fun!!!

Re-charter packets were distributed at the October Roundtable. If you have not received yours, please contact me (Steve 260 710-5637). Re-charters need to be complete and turned in at the Scout office by December 15. MAKE SURE all your adult leaders have completed Youth Protection Training so your re-charter can be processed in a timely manner,

Popcorn Prizes should have been ordered this past weekend (11/2). If you missed it…please get them ordered on the Trails-end website ASAP!!! Laura Thanks You: )

WV Klondike Derby is January 18 – 20, 2019 at the Markle Scout Cabin. Online Registration opens on November 12 at Midnight on AWAC.org. Go to the Calendar date and click on the event. 
Pokagon
Thunderbird and Pokagon Klondike will be January 18-20, 2019 at Camp Chief Little Turtle.
More information to come at a later date.

Join The Great Race of Mercy, to retrieve the lifesaving medicine needed to stop the Diphtheria Epidemic from plaguing Nome, Alaska in the winter of 1925. Click the link below to learn more about your mission across the Alaskan Tundra.
Training Courses
University of Scouting is Making a Comeback! Don’t miss out!
Classes will be offered on
Saturday March 2, 2019
At
Zanesville United Methodist Church
11811 N Wayne St, Zanesville, IN 46799
(15 minutes south of the Scout Shop)

$25 per person in advance
$40 at the door

Mark your calendars and be watching for more details!
Questions: email: awacuofs@gmail.com
Woodbadge Training
April 26—28, 2019
May 17-19, 2019
Anthony Wayne Scout Reservation
 
Wood Badge for the 21st century has been developed for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing leaders, as well as council and district leaders. Its focus is on leadership, not outdoor skills.

For more information or to register, click the link below:


Questions, contact:
Perry Harris—Course Director
260.224.5781
 
Steve Higgins—Staff Advisor
Schust Scout Shop News
The Scout Shop will be closed November 22 and 23 for Thanksgiving.
Nov. 11 – Dec. 29, 2018
All Thorlos socks including the new Classic Scout Sock
Join us Nov. 24, 2018 for Small Business Saturday
Extended store hours 9:00AM -3:00PM

While supplies last, One day only sale prices for Nov.24

AWAC 8 function knife only $6.99
BSA Multitool $19.99
Save 20% on books by Adventurekeen
Pocket Naturalist guides select titles $3.99
$5 off any Boy Scout pants or shorts
Hiking Staff medallions $3.99
Cub Scout Sleeping bags $22.99
Plus, other unadvertised specials
Pinewood Derby Cars are Racing into the Scout Shop!
Buy 1-47 cars at $4.49 each
Buy 48-143 cars at $4.19 each
Buy 144+ car at $3.99 each
To see what's new in the Scout Shop, Like and Follow us on Facebook!
Family Scouting
Since the start of Family Scouting, many young ladies have joined Cub Scouts in the Anthony Wayne Area Council. One of our new Cub Scouts is Maddie Ware. Maddie is a Tiger in Pack 3021. Maddie loves spending time with her dad as she learns new Scout skills at her den meetings. She recently participated in a raingutter regatta and the Super Scout Cub-O-Ree. In her first year of selling popcorn, Maddie earned free Cub Scout Resident camp and some other prizes including a bow and arrows, silly string, and a two person tent. Keep up the good work Maddie!
2019 Scout Family Nights with the Komets
Scout Night 1
Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 7:30 pm
Komets VS Utah Grizzles
Scout Night 2
Friday, March 22, 2018 at 8:00 pm
Komets VS Cincinnati Cyclones
To register for the Komets game, click the link below.


Tickets must be ordered from the Memorial Coliseum Ticket Office.
Tickets are not available at the AWAC Office.
What is Scouts BSA?
For the first time in its 100+ year history, the iconic program of the Boy Scouts of America will be open to young women.

Scouts BSA is a year-round program for boys and girls in fifth grade through high school that provides fun, adventure, learning, challenge, and responsibility to help them become the best version of themselves.

In Scouts BSA, young men and women go places, test themselves, and have one-of-a-kind adventures that can’t be found anywhere else.

The first all female Scouts BSA Troop in the Anthony Wayne Area Council will be chartered by the American Legion Post 97 in Auburn, Indiana beginning in February 2019.

For more information, visit the Scouts BSA page at www.scouting.org/scoutsbsa.