Black shirt with white images.
Adult Md only, while supplies last.
Did you know that our council has an Amateur Radio club? It is open to all youth and adult members of the Muskingum Valley Council and the BSA. If you are interested in Amateur Radio or want to find out what it is, contact Matthew Murphy at email@example.com
Since the first National Scout Jamboree was held in the summer of 1937 on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the jamboree has become Scouting’s flagship event. In the summer of 2013, the Summit Bechtel Family Reserve welcomed Scouts to a whole new jamboree experience with world-class facilities and a focus on outdoor action sports. In 2017, SBR and the jamboree will be even better.
It’s coming, and it’s going to be huge! This council-wide gathering of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers and Explorers promises to be the biggest Scouting event in years! The location will be Ariel Foundation Park in Mount Vernon. The park has lakes for fishing and boating events. The most distinctive element is the spiral staircase which ascends 150 feet up a huge industrial smokestack. The event will have tons of things to see and do all day Saturday, followed by the closing show Saturday evening. Come join 1,000 fellow Scouts and Scouters for a weekend you won’t soon forget!
SCOUTFEST 2016 – Friday, May 13 through Sunday, May 15th
Everything is Possible In Cub Scouting and it all begins at School-night!
Launch your Scouts to new adventures by following the Councils School-night plan. Here are some highlights:
Want all the details? Here’s the 2015 Cub Scout Fall Roundup Leader Guide. Leader guides are also available at the Scouting Service Center.
Is your Google Pin up to Date? If you go to www.BeAScout.org and enter your zip code, a google map will appear with the location of area Scouting Units. Click on the pin for your unit. Does it have a welcoming statement for new families? Does it tell them who to call? Does it say when you meet or what exciting activities are coming soon? If not, Learn to update your pin here: Be A Scout pin instructions.
Guess what?! The Service Center can order anything you want from Scoutstuff.org! Having your items delivered to the Service Center will save you money on shipping.
When your order comes in, you will be contacted and your name goes on the board. If you have not paid for it, we will hold that order for one month before it is returned to the store inventory.
Please contact the Service Center today if you think you have an order ready. We can be reached at 740-453-0571