Advancement Defined

From the 2015 Guide to Advancement (2.0.0.0 Section 2): Everything done to advance—to earn ranks and other awards and recognition—is designed to educate or to otherwise expand horizons. Members learn and develop according to a standard. This is the case from the time  a member joins, and then moves through, the programs  of Cub Scouting, …

Fall Family Camp is Coming!

It's time for Fall Family Camp and the fun of practicing your outdoor skills; fire building, camp tools, pioneering...and Webelos Castaway requirements. Come enjoy the fun, friendship, food and campfire program while sharing Troop 115 with visiting Webelos and their family! Date: November 5th - 6th, Webelos activities Saturday 8am to 9pm Location: Beal's Point, …

Make Your Adventure!

In a digital world where young people enjoy escaping to virtual gaming environments, Boy Scouting provides an alternative for learning and experiencing hard skills that increase their self-confidence and independence. When snow starts to fly, scouts enjoy taking on the challenge of making snowshoes, a traditional woodcraft skill with roots tracing back to 4000 BC. Troop …

Scout Sunday

The vision of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Law. The BSA maintains that no scout can grow into the best kind of citizen without recognizing an obligation to God. In the …

Be Prepared…for Cold Weather Camping!

When the temperature drops, fair-weather campers pass on opportunities to get outdoors and enjoy the wilderness. Boy Scouts however, practice their motto to "Be Prepared" and plan accordingly for a safe, enjoyable experience.  Here are some helpful tips for cold weather comfort. Pre-Trip Planning As with all outings, plan ahead to ensure you have the gear and supplies necessary …