I honestly believe that any Scout who carries out the whole Scout Law in his daily work and play, not only while he is a boy but afterwards also, when he is a man, is bound to make a success of his life." Sir Robert Baden-Powell of Gilwell
This 16-hour, overnight course trains interested individuals ages 14 and older to serve as Leave No Trace Trainers. Trainers are the backbone of Scouting's outdoor ethics program, providing instruction to individuals and units wishing to adopt cutting-edge outdoor ethics into their unit programs.
This training is for Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmaster, Venturing Advisors, Webelos Leaders and others who desire to improve their knowledge of basic outdoor skills. The course will provide leaders with knowledge for taking their Scouts in the out-of-doors. Subjects covered include: flag etiquette, plant identification, packing and hiking techniques, map and compass, cooking and first aid.
This training course will enable you to instruct Scouts in rifle shooting, serve as a merit badge councelor for rifle merit badge, function as a rifle instructor at a BSA range, and operate a BB range for Cub Scouts at qualified events.
This event is open to ALL Cub Scouts.
It is NOT required that you win your District Derby. District Winners will participate for FREE (Winners will be given a ticket for the race. District Chairs need to register their winners). District Winners must race the car they raced at District Level. Additional car entries will have a $3.00 entry fee.
Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers. Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer's Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be reregistered.
Is your unit going on a trip? Don't forget to file a Tour and Activity Plan. Click the logo for more information.
"National Annual Meeting"
While the name of the event remained the same, there were lots of changes introduced at the 2014 National Annual Meeting, held May 21-23 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn., including: The final address from Wayne Perry, the BSA's 34th national president, and the induction of Dr. Robert M. Gates as the 35th national president.
Central NC Council, BSA | 32252 Hwy 24-27, Albemarle,NC 28002