Serving the Scouts and Scouters in the cities of Bellevue, Papillion, La Vista, Plattsmouth, Springfield, Louisville, Murray in addition to the counties of Sarpy and Cass in Nebraska.
Every Webelos deserves the opportunity to be a Boy Scout. While some Webelos move to a troop with no help at all, many need to know about the Boy Scout program and how to go about finding a good, active troop. Many of their parents will appreciate this same advice and help.
The purpose of the Webelos-to-Scout transition plan is to give Webelos a sampling of the troop program, troop leadership, advancements opportunities, and the excitement of Boy Scouting. The Arrow of Light requirements introduce Webelos to basic Boy Scout elements. Joint den/ troop activities provide a comfort level and familiarization with the Scouts in a troop.
The Webelos advancement program has been designed so that they can earn the Webelos rank in fourth grade and focus on the Arrow of Light and transition ideas in fifth grade. If, however, a boy starts the Webelos in fifth grade, he can still earn both. For more information, please review the Disappearing Packet presented by Mr. "Fritz" McMillin at the Roundtable.
Early Bird Discout of $5 ends October 12.
At St. Martha’s Episcopal Church. 780 Pinnacle Drive, Papillion, NE.
Social half hour 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm, Dinner at 6pm
Cost will be $15 per youth, $20 per person, $30 per couple, $130 per table (8 seats)
Come help recognize our new Eagle Scouts, Den Leader of the Year, Webelos Leader of the Year, Cubmaster of the Year, Scoutmaster of the Year, Venture Crew Advisor of the Year, Commissioner of the Year, Scouter of the Year and our District Award of Merit recipients for 2016!
You can nominate those who give their all for the Scouting Program and meet the requirements for these awards. Applications are available on the District Website. All nominations are due by 31 December 2016.
Questions: Deacon Wes Agar 402-291-6768 2017 Dinner Co-Chair
Wood Badge is an adult training where you work with others to learn and practice leadership skills (as a member of a successful working team) and live the values of scouting.
This course will help you understand the full values-based family of Scouting programs as well as discover ways to use the leadership skills to improve your personal and professional life.
Wood Badge gives leaders the skills they need to strengthen Scouting in meaningful ways and deliver a quality program to our youth.
|WHEN:||September 15-17 and October 6-8, 2017(must attend both weekends), plus one mid-course meeting|
|WHERE:||Little Sioux Scout Ranch|
|COST:||$200; includes meals, lodging, Class B t-shirt and materials for both weekends. A $50 deposit is required upon registration approval. Total fee must be paid in full by August 4, 2017.|
|UNIFORM:||A full, official uniform is required and consists of: