|2017 NATIONAL JAMBOREE
The 2017 National Jamboree will be held at The Summit in the mountains of West Virginia July 19-28, 2017. Boy Scouts who will be at least 12 years old as of 7/19/17 and are at least the rank of First Class are eligible to attend. For an overview of many of the programs and highlights of the National Jamboree, view this 90-second YouTube video: https://youtu.be/VTuX2X6V9cU
The Chippewa Valley Council Jamboree experience will include travel to and from West Virginia with a variety of sights and outings included.
Call 715-832-6671 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|2017 UNIVERSITY OF SCOUTING
Make plans now to be in attendance at the Chippewa Valley Council’s University of Scouting event on Saturday, May 13th, Grace Lutheran Church, Eau Claire.
The day will feature a variety of informative sessions for Scouters and Scout parents of all involvement levels. Current topics include: Troop Advancement education; Leadership mentoring; Board of Reviews for all ranks; the NYLT model in your Troop; Disability Awareness; Troop Program Planning; Duty to God/Religious Emblems; Scoutbook; Lion Scouting Program; Outdoor Cooking; and much, much more. Registration will open and a full course catalog will be available later this month. YOUR SCOUTS want you to attend this great event!
|WOOD BADGE 2017
The Chippewa Valley Council will hold a Wood Badge course in August and September 2017. This life-changing program allows for Scouters to grow in their leadership skills to better help youth. For more information, click here: Wood Badge
|ANNUAL CALENDAR & PROGRAM GUIDEBOOKS
Planning resources for the upcoming year of Scouting are available. These include:
*2016-2017 Council Calendar: lists upcoming events such as trainings, camporees, key summer camp dates, banquets.
*Cub Scout Calendar: simplified version of the Council Calendar which shows just the items pertinent to Cub Scout Packs such as trainings, popcorn sale dates, Cub World camp dates, and Cub Scout activities.
*Cub Scout Guidebook contains information on unit planning, the Journey to Excellence program, Cub World summer camp, adult leader training, School Night for Scouting, and much more.
*Boy Scout Guidebook contains information on unit planning, the Journey to Excellence program, Boy Scout camp, high adventure and much more.
|CUB SCOUT RANK UPDATE
The National Boy Scouts of America recently shared an update providing for some increased flexibility with Adventures for Cub Scout dens. Effective Nov. 30th, some adventure requirements that were previously mandatory will become optional. Units can choose to complete the now optional requirements as they would have previously. Units can also choose to adopt the new requirements which allow Adventures to be completed in approximately two meetings per month. The goal is to make advancement achievable by all Cub Scouts. The new requirements will be posted in a free addendum available at:
For more information visit a lengthier article here:
Units can contact the Scout Service Center (715-832-6671) for a printed copy of the new requirements or with further questions.