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Cub Fun Day
September 26

New Cubs can test their rockets. Bring the whole family!
Returning Cub families are invited to enjoy the day too!
Register today!

2020 Wood Badge Training

New article: Inside the Wood Badge Progam Update


Oct. 9-11 and Nov. 7-8
Class size limted to 48 participants. Sign up now!
Every Scout deserves a Trained Leader!
See a short video message from the course director

2020 Popcorn Sale


What will your Ideal Year of Scouting look like in 2020?

Register your unit with Trail's End here
Review the ONSC Popcorn Kick-Off

Email more information.

Ready For Fall Recruiting?

Information about online registration for Unit Leaders including Be A Scout pin management here

Cub Leaders can find great recruiting ideas here. Enter into the
Recruiting Derby - win prizes for your pack!

Are you a new Cub Den Leader? Check out how to run a meeting here

New BSA National Membership Fees Effective August 1, 2020

Details here


Latest Youth Safety Resources

The safety of children in our programs is the most important priority of the Boy Scouts of America. 

The BSA’s safeguards highlighted below are key parts of our multilayered approach to help keep kids safe. These measures were informed by respected experts in the fields of child safety, law enforcement, and child psychologyand are among the strongest safeguards found in any youth-serving organization. 

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Scouting At Home

Cherokee Winter Camp
December 27-30, 2020

Registration now open!


4 Days and 3 Nights of Cold Weather Camping!
Early Bird Fee $150 until Nov 12
Includes meals & choice of up to 3 merit badges
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Youth Protection and Training

All registered leaders must complete Youth Protection Training, submit to a mandatory criminal background check, follow policies on two-deep leadership and no one-on-one contact, and are required to report any signs of abuse as a mandatory reporter.  Also, Scouts and parents receive educational materials on youth protection in the first section of the Scout Handbook. Our latest Youth Protection guidelines are available at

If you have been a victim of abuse or have any information about suspected abuse, please reach out to our 24/7 Scouts First Hotline at 1-844-Scouts1 for immediate assistance. For more on what the BSA is doing to keep kids safe, please visit:

For more information on Youth Protection click here

BSA National Youth Protection Director shares details on how the organization keeps kids safe.