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Calendar

Apr
29
Sat
2017
Boston Museum of Science Overnight @ Boston Museum of Science
Apr 29 – Apr 30 all-day

Boston Museum of Science

Camp-in Overnight!

Please see below flyers for more information on our “night at the museum” with the Boston Museum of Science! In order to reserve spots for your Pack you will need to submit the “Unit Reservation Form” with a deposit for the number of spots that you are reserving.

Menu Information

overnight manual 2016

overnights chaperone info

scholarship form

Unit Reservation Form 2016-2017

 

Call the Council office or swing by to sign up!

 

Spring Beaver Days @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Apr 29 @ 8:30 am

 We are looking for volunteers of all ages and abilities
to help prepare the Camp for the Summer!

Beaver Days are work days held throughout the year to help with needed projects at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation.

Click here to register!

Calling all Campers!

We need your help to get camp open! Looking for a way to give back to camp? Want to help improve camp? Come out to one of our Spring Beaver Days!

April 29th – Beaver Day!

All are welcome! One of two Beaver Days held in the Spring each year! You can register as a Troop/Pack or individually! Campsites are free for all of those who volunteer. Start time is 8:30 with lunch included!

May 20th – Beaver Day AND Open House

This Saturday is a big weekend for TVSR! We have a Webelos Under the Stars open house on the West Camp. We have our Scoutmaster Meeting and SPL Camp Orientation on the East Side! To top it off we have a morning of service planned. Start time is 8:30 with lunch included!

Tentative Schedule for the day:

  • 8:30 am Arrival at Benedict Field, Coffee and Water available. (Day visitors park in Jamboree Field)
  • 8:45am Welcome and assignments.
  • Noon  Lunch at Pine Point
  • 1:00-3:30pm Afternoon Projects (April 29 only)
  • 4:00 pm All camp materials and tools returned to Benedict Field

Spring Projects:

King Cottage

  • Painting
  • Landscaping
  • Clearing brush

Probus Building

  • Exterior Painting

Arrow of Light Ring (NEW Webelos Camp fire ring!)

  • Chip debris
  • Cut stumps
  • Build benches

Trading Post (Eagle Lodge)

  • Clean around building
  • Painting
  • Clearing leaves
  • Spreading Mulch

Boonesville Plain

  • Landscaping
  • Planting
  • Spread mulch

Want to improve your own campsite? We’ve got projects in every site. Help get your campsite ready for summer camp! We’d be happy to put you to work on platform repair, campfire ring repair, and spreading mulch in campsites.

Tools

Have a leaf blower? Hand tools? Gloves? Bring them with you! We have a lot of clean up and you might prefer to use your favorite leaf blower over our old rakes. We need your help to get camp ready!

 

Please Bring:

  • Work clothes
  • Boots or tennis shoes (no open toed shoes)
  • Work gloves
  • Any personal tools you may find useful

Items Provided

  • Lunch
  • Water breaks
  • Beaver Day Patch

Weekend Camping

Weekend camping for units is provided free of charge for units who volunteer, must be reserved ahead of time! Contact the Council Service Center to reserve a campsite.

Follow up

Your time at camp counts as service hours for your unit! Don’t forget to log your service hours!

 

May
1
Mon
2017
Quinsigamond District Roundtable @ First Congregational Church
May 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Quinsigamond Roundtables take place the 1st Monday of every month except for Mondays that fall on a holiday!

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.

May
10
Wed
2017
Mill Town District Roundtable @ Heritage School
May 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.

May
12
Fri
2017
Quinsigamond Spring Camporee – Night Ops & Chuckwagon @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
May 12 – May 14 all-day

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Cub Scout Chuckwagon

At this event Cubs of all ages will travel from “town to town” with their covered wagon competing in various Western themed events that will showcase their Scout skills, teamwork and Scout spirit.  Throughout the day keep your eye out for the roaming bandits.  The day will end with all wagons gathering around the campfire

  • Date: Saturday May 13, 2017 (rain or shine). Arrive at 11:30AM. Activities run from 12:30PM to 5:00 PM
  • Registration- Open now, until April 29. Register as a unit at the Mohegan Council office.
  • Cost- $10 per Cub Scout. No walk-ins or siblings allowed
  • You get- A fun day at camp, with a patch, awards and prizes
  • What to wear- Class A uniform or western wear. Dress for the weather
  • What to bring- Unit Roster, “covered wagon”, flag, one water bottle per scout, sunscreen and snacks. Optional: money for snacks and souvenirs.
  • Registration and event information can be found at:

https://www.facebook.com/QuinsigamondDistrict/


Boy Scout Night Ops Spring Camporee

The theme is Call of Duty with Night OPS Missions. There will be activities day and night, including Spy Missions, Search Missions, Decoding Challenges, Glow-in-the Dark activities and other Top Secret events! How cool is that??

Troops will assist with the Cub Chuckwagon event on Saturday.

  • Dates: Friday May 12 to Sunday May 14 (rain or shine). Check in at the Baden Powell site between 6:00PM and 8:00PM. Activities begin at 8:00 PM
  • Registration- Units should email on or before April 14
  • Cost- $10 per Scout
  • You get- Camping and great activities with a patch

For more details, see the registration packet at:

https://www.facebook.com/QuinsigamondDistrict/

Night Ops – Spring Camporee Information Packet

 

May
18
Thu
2017
Council Annual Meeting @ Assumption College
May 18 @ 7:45 am – 9:00 am
May
20
Sat
2017
Spring Beaver Days @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
May 20 @ 8:30 am

 We are looking for volunteers of all ages and abilities
to help prepare the Camp for the Summer!

Beaver Days are work days held throughout the year to help with needed projects at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation.

Click here to register!

Calling all Campers!

We need your help to get camp open! Looking for a way to give back to camp? Want to help improve camp? Come out to one of our Spring Beaver Days!

April 29th – Beaver Day!

All are welcome! One of two Beaver Days held in the Spring each year! You can register as a Troop/Pack or individually! Campsites are free for all of those who volunteer. Start time is 8:30 with lunch included!

May 20th – Beaver Day AND Open House

This Saturday is a big weekend for TVSR! We have a Webelos Under the Stars open house on the West Camp. We have our Scoutmaster Meeting and SPL Camp Orientation on the East Side! To top it off we have a morning of service planned. Start time is 8:30 with lunch included!

Tentative Schedule for the day:

  • 8:30 am Arrival at Benedict Field, Coffee and Water available. (Day visitors park in Jamboree Field)
  • 8:45am Welcome and assignments.
  • Noon  Lunch at Pine Point
  • 1:00-3:30pm Afternoon Projects (April 29 only)
  • 4:00 pm All camp materials and tools returned to Benedict Field

Spring Projects:

King Cottage

  • Painting
  • Landscaping
  • Clearing brush

Probus Building

  • Exterior Painting

Arrow of Light Ring (NEW Webelos Camp fire ring!)

  • Chip debris
  • Cut stumps
  • Build benches

Trading Post (Eagle Lodge)

  • Clean around building
  • Painting
  • Clearing leaves
  • Spreading Mulch

Boonesville Plain

  • Landscaping
  • Planting
  • Spread mulch

Want to improve your own campsite? We’ve got projects in every site. Help get your campsite ready for summer camp! We’d be happy to put you to work on platform repair, campfire ring repair, and spreading mulch in campsites.

Tools

Have a leaf blower? Hand tools? Gloves? Bring them with you! We have a lot of clean up and you might prefer to use your favorite leaf blower over our old rakes. We need your help to get camp ready!

 

Please Bring:

  • Work clothes
  • Boots or tennis shoes (no open toed shoes)
  • Work gloves
  • Any personal tools you may find useful

Items Provided

  • Lunch
  • Water breaks
  • Beaver Day Patch

Weekend Camping

Weekend camping for units is provided free of charge for units who volunteer, must be reserved ahead of time! Contact the Council Service Center to reserve a campsite.

Follow up

Your time at camp counts as service hours for your unit! Don’t forget to log your service hours!

 

Jun
2
Fri
2017
35th Annual Golf Outing for Scouting @ Cyprian Keyes Golf Club
Jun 2 @ 11:00 am
35th Annual Golf Outing for Scouting @ Cyprian Keyes Golf Club | Boylston | Massachusetts | United States

35th Annual
Golf Outing for Scouting
Prepared. For Golf?

Click Here To Register

Sponsorships Available

Title Sponsor $5,000

  • Official event sponsor recognition in all publications
  • Company name and logo on all promotional materials
  • Company name and logo on large BSA Banner
  • 1/2 page ad in the event program
  • Logo on the Mohegan Council website & e-newsletter
  • 8 golfers on day of event

Lunch/Evening Reception Sponsor $2,500

  • Company name and logo on all promotional materials
  • Company name and logo on large BSA Banner
  • 1/4 page ad in the event program
  • Logo on the Mohegan Council website & e-newsletter
  • 6 golfers on day of event

Hole Sponsor $1,000

  • Company name and logo on tee sign
  • Company name and logo on all promotional materials
  • Company name and logo on large BSA Banner
  • Logo on the Mohegan Council website & e-newsletter
  • 4 golfers on day of event

Individual Golfers – $150 player

  • Greens fees on day of event (includes cart)
  • Use of practice range (available 1 hour before start time)
  • Buffet lunch/appetizer reception

Schedule

Registration – 11:00 am

Lunch

Shotgun Start – 12:15 pm
Scramble Format
Driving Range & Putting Green

Evening Reception
Contests, prizes, silent auction & more!

 

Worcester Diocese Scouting Adult Religious Emblem Dinner @ St. Joseph's Parish Center in Auburn
Jun 2 @ 5:30 pm
Worcester Diocese Scouting Adult Religious Emblem Dinner @ St. Joseph's Parish Center in Auburn | Auburn | Massachusetts | United States

Congratulations to our own Marc Millette, Michele Piselli, Scott Despres, and Frank Laliberte!

The Worcester Diocese Catholic Committee on Scouting will be honoring outstanding Boy Scout and Girl Scout of America Adult leaders with a religious emblem for their exemplary service at an awards dinner with Bishop McManus on June 2 nd . These recipients were nominated by their peers based on service to youth, advancement of Catholic Scouting, approved by their pastor and voted upon by the committee. Several different types of awards will be bestowed.

Read the full Press Release.

Jun
3
Sat
2017
47th Annual Walker Memorial @ Walker Memorial Garden
Jun 3 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm
47th Annual Walker Memorial @ Walker Memorial Garden | North Brookfield | Massachusetts | United States

The Scout/Scouter Memorial Service is held each year to honor the memory of Ronald E. Walker and to recognize all recently departed members of the Mohegan Council Scouting community.

All units from Mohegan Council are invited to attend with a color guard.

Please contact the Council Office by May 19, 2017 with the names of Scouts and Scouters who have passed away since last year’s Memorial Service.