The Scout Fair provided us with the opportunity to meet with other Troops and Pack and to find out what they are doing within their scouting programs as well as forge lasting relationships....read more
The boy scouts annual canned goods drive help to feed the city's hungry. The program is called Scouting for Food and it's the largest one-day food drive in the Boy Scouts of America. Started in 1985 this annual collection meets a four-month demand for food.....read more
Cub-o-ree is a spook-o-ree and Tiger Day all rolled up into one event. Thrills and chills await Cub Scouts (1st - 5th grade) and their families at Bear Creek Pioneer Park. Scouts will work on advancements (required and elective adventures) and have fun, fun, fun!
Events include activities such as the space derby, tent-to-tent trick or treating, physical fitness, pumpkin carving, water bottle rockets, ghostly campfire, archery, golf ball toss, rope making, push carts, and much, much, more! Families can camp with their pack the entire weekend. It's a spooky good time you won't want to miss!
Early registration is $10 per Scout and sibling (participating in the activities) who register before October 12, 2016 and includes a patch. After 10/13/16, the registration fee is $15 per Scout. Late and onsite registrants are not guaranteed a patch.
Register online - Here
McGee Chapel Boy Scout Troop 50 will camp with the Cub Scouts. Troop 50 will also help to setup the campsite and will be working the Bottle Rocket station
NOTE: We will need to cover our own meals. Parents we will need help with planning the menu.
Boys who join Cub Scouts will receive a rocket patch for joining. Scouts who join before September will also receive a rocket that they will be able build and launch at a fall district event.
Our Rocket actual Launch date will be Announced soon
Cost of a Rocket Per scout $0 - Free if you join the scouts before September
Ignite the Fun in Your Scout
Merit Badge Days
Merit Badge Days are an opportunity for Boy Scouts or Venturers, of any rank, to work on several merit badges. Classes are taught by adults with experience in the field. The following districts hold merit badge events:
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