Registration for the Council Recognition Dinner Now Open

Council Recognition Dinner May 20th 6:00 pm at Northampton Valley Country Club Dinner Guest $60 Meal choices: Vegetable Napolean, Chicken Francaise, or Prime Rib (additional $5)Late Registration Dinner Guest $65 Tickets purchased May 4th – 8th

Veteran Awards

  The Veteran Award is an adult recognition.   However, tenure as a youth in a Boy Scout, Venture Crew, Varsity Team and/or Exploring Post can be included in the total number of years registered. After 5 years of registered service in the BSA, an adult may, upon application, receive the designation of “Veteran” provided the … https://bsawcc.org/veteran-awards/

Winter Activity Safety Moment

Home Winter Activity Safety Moment Download SUMMARY There is magic to camping in winter. It is one of the most challenging outdoor adventures. However, potentially extreme weather conditions, cold temperatures, and unique hazards associated with outdoor winter activities require careful planning to ensure safety. GENERAL INFORMATION Eating the right type of food when camping or … https://bsawcc.org/winter-activity-safety-moment/

An Important Message from our Scout Executive

Home An Important Message from our Scout Executive As we learn more about the financial discussions underway at our national organization, it’s vitally important to be reminded that Scouting in the Washington Crossing Council is as strong financially and programmatically today as it’s been in many years. Our council is a separate non-profit corporation based … https://bsawcc.org/an-important-message-from-our-scout-executive/

Holiday Giving Tree

Home Holiday Giving Tree The Washington Crossing Council Scout Shop is providing an opportunity for the Scouting community to help local Scout members who may be in need of uniforms and uniform items. This help will be done through The Holiday Giving Tree program starting November 17 through December 20, 2018. The Holiday Giving Tree … https://bsawcc.org/holiday-giving-tree/

Youth Protection and Barriers to Abuse FAQs

Home Youth Protection and Barriers to Abuse FAQs Additional FAQ’s: General Health and Safety,  Annual Health and Medical Record, Shooting Sports program, Family Scouting Information Adult Supervision Q:  The Barriers to Abuse say that there must be two registered adults present for all Scouting activities and meetings.  Does that include merit badge counseling? Fund-raising events? A. … https://bsawcc.org/youth-protection-and-barriers-to-abuse-faqs/

Handbook Giveaway

Home Handbook Giveaway for New Members The SCOUT ME IN fall recruitment campaign is a concerted recruiting effort by the Council and District Membership committees, taking place in September and October in all school systems – private, public, and parochial. Evenings are designated by Cub Scout Packs for all parents to gather at a SCOUT … https://bsawcc.org/handbook-giveaway/

Announcing our Unit Program Planning Guide

Home 2018-2019 Unit Program Planning Guide Through the generous support of local Program Partners and Family Friends of Scouting contributions, we are excited to release our first ever comprehensive Unit Program Planning Guide. WIthin the guide, you will find our 2018-2019 Council Calendar, upcoming events and announcements, as well as program specific worksheets to help … https://bsawcc.org/announcing-our-unit-program-planning-guide/