For All things "Scouting at Home"
Scout Families make it clear, they want to Keep Scouting!
Here you will find a resource hub for parents and leaders to help support Scouting at home, with stay-at-home educational activities for any Scout rank, tips for continuing to work on advancements and kid-friendly content that connects Scouting with their daily lives. We will continue to add new content and resources to this hub regularly.

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Scout Challenge - Week 4
Iron Chef Week
  1. Cook a meal for your family, something you have never cooked before, and create the shopping list if you need any items not already at your home.
  2. Foil Pack Creations - get creative with what you put in a foil pack meal then submit a picture of what you cook! 
  3. Create your own cookbook (or recipe box or digital folder) and put all your favorite recipes in it. 
  4. Try a vegetable or fruit you’ve never had before and record a fun 30 second video reviewing how it tastes.
  5. Research healthy snacks and then make two. Take a photo and share your favorite.
  6. Bake a holiday dessert, like egg shaped cookies or a cake, and take a picture to share your success, (or failure!) 
  7. Keep a food journal for a week to learn about your food habits.
  8. Older scouts, compare the cost of purchasing a meal at a restaurant vs. buying the ingredients to make it
This Week's STEM Component
Cub Scout advancements:
Lions : N/A 
Tigers:  Tiger Bites : (1) With your parent, guardian, or other caring adult, find out about good food choices and not so good choices. Identify three foods that you think would be good choices and three foods that would not be good choices. (2) Explain the importance of hand-washing before a meal and clean up after a meal, then show how you would do each. (3) Show that you know the difference between a fruit and a vegetable, and eat one of each. (4) With your parent, guardian, or other caring adult, pick a job to help your family at mealtime. Do it for at least four meals. 
Wolves : N/A 
Bears : Bear Picnic Basket (1) Create your own bear cookbook using at least five recipes you might cook or prepare either on your own or with some adult help. Include at least one recipe each for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a nutritious snack. (2) With a family member, prepare for cooking by explaining the importance of planning, tool selection, sanitation, and cooking safety. (3) Select and prepare two nutritious snacks for yourself or your family. (4) With the help of an adult, select a recipe to prepare in a kitchen, or outdoors, for your family. Help to select the needed ingredients, cook, and serve your planned meal. Clean up after the preparation and cooking. 
Webelos Cast Iron Chef: (1) Plan a menu for a balanced meal for your family. Determine the budget for the meal. Stay within your budget. (2) Prepare a balanced meal for your family if possible, use one of these methods for preparation of part of the meal: camp stove, Dutch oven, box oven, solar oven, open campfire, or charcoal grill. Demonstrate an understanding of food safety practices while preparing the meal. (3) Use tinder, kindling, and fuel wood to demonstrate how to build a fire in an appropriate outdoor location. If circumstances permit and there is no local restriction on fires, show how to safely light the fire, under the supervision of an adult. After allowing the fire to burn safely, safely extinguish the flames with minimal impact to the fire site
Part 1
Sam, Sam, the Science Man is back!

Today Sam has prepared an experiment that is guaranteed to get a riveting reaction! You can use household items to create this experiment right at your home!
Part 2
Virtual Training Opportunities
Cub Leader Virtual Training
April 14th and April 16th 7:00-8:30pm
Leaders must attend both sessions to complete training. Space is limited! Here is the link to sign up for this amazing opportunity to complete your training: 

Complete your Youth Protection Training online at
Scouts BSA Virtual Training
April 20th and 27th. 7:00 - 9:00 pm
This is a required training for all Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, Committee Chairs and Committee Members. Enjoy live interaction with trainers in a virtual meeting via Zoom. This will be a 2 day training for 2 hours each day on April 20th and 27th. At the end of both sessions your training record will be updated to reflect completed training for S24 and WS10.
Do you have questions regarding Advancement for your Scout?
Here is the link for Advancement FAQ:
Answers to key questions about advancement, camping this summer, unit activities and more.
Summer Camp Talk
Given recent events, camp experiences that give youth an opportunity to be outdoors will be more meaningful than ever. Hopefully every youth will find their way to camp this summer. Our camps are full of outdoor adventure, STEM programs, leadership and advancement opportunities, and much more!
* We are still planning on and gearing up for summer camp *
* Early Bird saving date has been extended to April 22 *
* In the event that a camp is cancelled and not rescheduled, refunds will be provided in full *

Have questions or special requests??
Special requests? We will do our best to accommodate your needs! Email us at
Does your Scout require specialized menus catering to medical needs, allergy needs, kosher diets, etc.?

Camp Staff Opportunities
We still have vacancies on our summer camp staffs! If you are at least 15 years old and interested in working at camp this summer, please email to setup an interview.
2021 National Jamboree
Units are currently forming all around the council. Register today and reserve your spot for this unforgettable opportunity!
First and foremost, we trust and pray that you, your family, and your friends are healthy and well. These are difficult and unusual times for many. Given current events, we anticipate even more families will need financial assistance for this year’s programming, and we want to be sure we are equipped to step up for those needing help. Annual membership fees do not support the local Scouting program. This year, and now more than ever, we need your help. If you are able to do so, click the Help button on the right. We thank you for your consideration.