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How To Build Your Pack – Recruitment Training

Fall recruitment is almost here!

Join us to learn techniques that other packs have used to create a buzz around Cub Scouting and all it has to offer!

Learn how:

  • Recruiting events can lead to membership.
  • Community advertising can help make your Pack known.
  • Your own Scouts can be your best recruitment asset.

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Disc Golf Scout Day 2018

For all Mohegan Council Boy Scouts! Join the fun and bring a friend to Scout Day at Maple Hill Disc Golf!

Each person will be provided with discs to use and receive training on how to play the game, followed by 18 holes of disc golf. The large Maple Hill game room is included while you are off the course. All of this for just $12 per person! An optional lunch (sandwich, chips, drink) is available for $6, or feel free to bring your own!


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Not just for groups! Individual Scouts are welcome to attend, even with a friend!

To accommodate all Scouts and guests, the program will have two distinct start times, 8AM and 9:30AM. The detailed timeline for each group is shown below.


Group 1
8:00-8:30 – Welcome
8:30-9:00 – Basic Skills review
9:00-11:00 – Tee off and play course
11:00-1:00 – Lunch, Challenges, and Games

Group 2

9:30-10:00 – Welcome
10:00-10:30 – Basic Skills review
10:30-11:00 – Games, skills challenges
11:00-1:00 – Tee off and play course

Groups 1 and 2

1:00-1:30 – Course reopens to the public, Awards for Scouts (and lunch for Group 2)
1:30-3:00 – Games, Challenges, Fellowship
3:00 – Everyone goes home or you can play another round for FREE

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Wood Badge 2019 at TVSR

Wood Badge

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You are invited to join us, and find your own Adventure !


Background

The first Wood Badge course was held at Gilwell Park outside London, England from September 8th to 19th in 1919. Although the founder of the World Scouting Movement, Robert Baden-Powell, had outlined the course syllabus, he did not lead the course.  He left that task to others he had trained, who brought the same dedication to their program and its continuing success.  The participants enjoyed good weather, except for one heavy thunderstorm which, as a participant wrote, “had its instructive value also!”  The roster of the first Wood Badge course numbered 20 Scouters.  The men were organized into three patrols, each one taking his turn as patrol leader, “second,” “bottom” and the other turns in the order of patrol jobs, including cooking.

Over the years, the Wood Badge syllabus has changed with the times, but still symbolizes the pinnacle of Scouter training.  It is the only training award that can be earned in every Scouting organization tied to the World Scouting Movement.   Scouters from all over the globe carry beads.

The tradition continues in the Spring of 2019, as a cluster of Central and Eastern Massachusetts Scout Councils will present the Wood Badge course at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation in Rutland MA.  The Wood Badge experience creates an opportunity for you to develop and apply critical leadership skills.  The skills you will learn will help you become a more effective leader in Scouting, your career, and your community.

Who can attend?

To attend Wood Badge, Scouters must:

  • Be registered adult members of the Boy Scouts of America
  • Have completed basic training for your current Scouting position
  • Be capable of functioning safely in an outdoor environment

What can you expect?

When you attend Wood Badge, you will:

  • See Scouting as a family of inter-related, values-based programs providing skill and character development at an age-appropriate level to our youth.
  • Experience the stages of team development, and practice the leadership skills appropriate for those stages.
  • Become familiar with contemporary team building and leading concepts.
  • Have fun in the company of interesting, like-minded individuals from other facets of the Scouting program.

Course Details

Location:  Treasure Valley Scout Reservation   Rutland MA

Weekend # 1:    Friday, April 26, 2019 through Sunday, April 28, 2019 starting at 7:00 AM Friday

Weekend # 2:    Saturday, May 18, 2019 through Sunday, May 19, 2019 starting at 7:00 AM Saturday

Both weekends are required

Cost:                   $300.00

MUST be paid in full before March 26, 2019

48th Scout/Scouter Memorial Service

Arrive by 5:45pm – Ceremony begins at 6:00pm with Cracker Barrel to follow.

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 18, 2018 with the names of Scouts and Scouters who have passed away since last year’s Memorial Service.

Scout Memorial Flyer 2018