Get the Latest on (2014) Venturing and (2015) Cub Scout Program Changes Stay informed of the changes coming to Venturing in 2014 and Cub Scouting in 2015.
As youve heard, there are material changes coming to Venturing in 2014 and Cub Scouting in 2015 that will energize these programs to make them more dynamic and relevant to todays youth and families. The following resources exist to help you and your council stay current on the latest information as it is released.
New BSA Medical Forms Deciding which version of the BSAs Annual Health and Medical Record you need shouldnt raise your blood pressure.
Important Information for Life Scouts & Eagle Scouts The Bill of Rights Institute is excited to announce the launch of their BRAND NEW Eagle Scout Competition. The competition is open to high school students who are Eagle Scouts, or Life Scouts who are planning or implementing their Eagle Scout project. The competition asks applicants to answer two questions related to the Constitution and the Founding Principles for a chance to win $1,000!
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Doing Our Fair Share It costs the Shenandoah Area Council over $250 per registered Scout to support a year of the Scouting Program for each youth. The Council can cover over $120 per regsitered Scout by Council Fundraising events, programs, and activity fees and the popcorn sales. We need the support of all of our units to help us reach our year financial goals to continue to put on a great program for our youth.
Memo From BSA National on Additional Insurance for Chartered Organizations To: Charter Organization Representatives
Unit Committee Chairs
From: Mark Pennington, ASE/COO
CC: Chip Bennett, Council Commissioner
Stuart Williams, SE
Re: Memo from National BSA on Additional Insurance Protection for Chartered Organizations
The below memo was sent to all BSA Chartered Organizations by National BSA. We are sending this to ensure that the Chartered Organization Key 3 are aware of the change. If you have any questions, feel free to contact either myself or Stuart Williams at 540.662.2551.
Moving Forward.... Moving Forward - Addressing Misinformation Regarding Membership Standards Policy. Please read this message from Gary Butler - The Assistant Chief Scout Executive - Operations
Mid Year Stakeholder's Report We are happy to report that your support to the Scouting program has seen Shenandoah Area Council experience one of the most successful periods of growth in impact in quite some time. In particular, the first half of 2013 proved what happens when a community rallies around a shared vision.