Thanks for selling! The time is coming close to submit unit prize orders. If you are a Lone-Selling Scout and have not turned in your money and prize order to the Worcester Service Center yet, please do so immediately. Unit prize orders and Incentive Program commissions are governed by the Scout Oath and Law. Kernels are expected to uphold the integrity of the system, and orders will be spot-checked for accuracy. Improper information submitted may lead to forfeiture of the unit commission. Unit Kernels should first complete the Unit Incentive Program Score Sheet. This form will help the popcorn team
The end of our 2018 Popcorn Sale is quickly approaching! But there’s still plenty of time to sell! If your unit has run out of Show & Sell Product, don’t worry! Keep on taking orders until the very end. There are still Sorry-I-Missed-You Door Hangers at the Worcester Service Center (19 Harvard Street, Worcester). Returns & Final Orders Any unit who has left over product must return it on November 3, 9AM-12PM at Polar Beverages – 28-30 Sword Street, Auburn, MA (this is updated from previous information sent). If a unit has less than 10 cases to return, they may do so any
The Heart of New England Council is determined to ensure the safety of all its members. With our newly formed Council, a new system was determined for all of our members. Heart of New England Council will provide Secondary Accident Insurance to all members. This means that in the event that an accident occurs during a proper Scouting function, the policy will make up any shortfall in coverage as provided by the member’s own insurance and that of the Boy Scouts of America. Additionally, the policy will provide both Leaders and Chartered Partners with Liability Insurance in the event that personal claims are
On February 1, 2019, the Boy Scouts of America will begin admitting girls into Scouts BSA. One of the characteristics of Scouting—for over a hundred years—is that no matter when you join, however long you stay, or the rank you attain, the Scouting experience prepares you for life. And for some, the pinnacle of their Scouting experience is achieving the highest rank of Eagle Scout. The policies of the BSA indicate that, except in extraordinary circumstances, a youth desiring to achieve the rank of Eagle must do so before the youth’s 18th birthday. This will continue to be our policy.