The BSA Guide To Safe Scouting was recently updated in Jan 2017. Please CLICK HERE to view the updated guide.
Are You Hungry?
For nearly 1 out of 5 children in our service area, the answer is yes. Hungry students don't do as well at school. Hunger can lead to hopelessness. Yet hunger is a problem we can stomp out.
As a member of the BSA, you have a chance to help out those in need. Scouting for Food is our annual event where the local Food Banks rely upon us to refill their shelves before summer hits. Summer is a high need time yet slow donate time- not a good combination. BUT your unit can make a large difference in the lives of hundreds of people and it will get your unit out having fun while hunting for those elusive cans of corn!
The purpose of the Council Community Service Award is twofold: to promote character-building and citizenship in Scouts and Scouters who realize their responsibility to serve their city, state and nation, both individually and through group effort; and to recognize Scouts and Scouters who provide certain levels of community service measured by hours performed in such service.
For More Information: MAC Service Award Detail and Order Form.pdf
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