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Fall Recruitment - The Time is Now!

The Miami Valley Council has a comprehensive membership recruitment plan for Cub Scout fall recruitment. Each Pack in the council has the benefit of staff and volunteer support including training, coaching and on site presence, recruitment materials and incentives. Find out how the council can support your Pack's recruitment efforts and what you need to do to be prepared to do your part.

Drive for Five Award - Start working on requirements now!

Packs, Troops and Crews that fully participate in program planning and have membership growth are eligible to receive free Pinewood Derby Cars (for Packs) or two free weekends of tent camping at Cricket Holler Scout Camp or Woodland Trails Scout Reservation. Over 775 youth earned cars or free camping last year. Is your unit on track for Drive for Five?

2014 Council Popcorn Sale Resources

It's so hot outside and our popcorn sale is getting ready to pop! Now is the time to register for the 2014 Trails' End Popcorn sale so that we can get you the resources that you need for a successful sale. Lots of exciting updates to the sale this year, find out more!

University of Scouting - November 1

University of Scouting is back by popular demand! This year's course will be amazing as always with great opportunities to learn a lot about many different things that you might not necessarily find at any other training.

Railroading Merit Badge Event - November 1 or November 2

All Aboard!!! for the Here we go again on one of the best trips around the Miami Valley Council and beyond!!! Railroading Merit Badge Class Sponsored by the Miami Valley Division of the National Model Railroad Association The dates of the class are: November 1st 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM or November 2nd 10:00 to 4:00PM

2015 Ski Day

Join fellow scouts in a day filled with fun and excitement!

2015 - National Order of the Arrow Confrence (NOAC)

The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) is the premier event of the Order of the Arrow, and is Scouting's second-largest national event. Over 10,000 Arrowmen from across our nation gather for an inspirational and unforgettable experience full of fellowship, training, adventure, and fun!

BSA Adopt a School Program

The BSA® Adopt-a-School Program is program that connects Scout packs, troops and crews across the country with schools in their communities. Units partner with school administrations and offer the volunteer services that most efficiently meet their school’s needs. Four service projects that build strong relationships and Scouts earn a patch. Sign up now!

25% off select sleeping bags Recently Added Content

Save 25% off select sleepingbags and backpacks at the scout shop between October 27th and November 16th. Do your christmas shopping early!

Time to Sign up for Buckskin 2015

This training is for all adults that are involved in the Scouting Program: Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, Cubmasters, Webelos Den Leaders, Troop and Pack Committee Members, Varsity Team Leaders, and Venturing Crew Advisors, as well as all adults offering support to a Pack, Troop, Team, or Crew.

Register for 2015 Summer Camp at Woodland Trails

Units attending Woodland Trails can reserve their same campsite for the 2015 season if they complete the reservation form and make a non-refundable deposit for 2015. Deposits should be made by the end of the camp week to maintain their current campsite. We welcome units that did not have the opportunity to attend Woodland Trails to register for camp.

Leave a legacy in Brick

You can leave a legacy for Scouting at the Leadership Training Center at Cricket Holler Scout Camp. Purchase a brick that will commemorate a special occasion, recognize an accomplishment, or honor individuals or organizations. The brick plaza is an eight phase project. When 150-200 bricks are sold the phase will be constructed.

No more lapse .... be sure to charter before 12/31/14!

There is no longer a charter lapse period associated with unit charters. Members of a unit will no longer be registered with Scouting the day after the unit charter expires. Charters not turned in and completed before 12/31/2014 will be dropped on 1/01/2015. Find out more...

Tour Plan Procedures - Updated

If you are traveling within council boundaries and not doing a high risk event, you may not need a Tour Plan. Please note that all Cub Scout Overnight Camping trips, regardless of where they take place, must have an approved Tour Plan. While we recommend Tour Plans for all unit activities, follow the link to learn when a Tour Plan must be submitted.

Training Manager Enhancements

New “Member Training Report” lists individual member’s current, completed training records and any incomplete position-specific training. A new “District Contact Report” identifies the Key-3s in each unit in the selected district, including contact information and Youth Protection Training status.

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