Nobscot Scout Reservation and Camp Resolute need some help with clean up after the Blizzard this week. We need help shoveling doorways, cabins, and paths to gas tanks. If you can help, please email Dale Blue, Facilities Coordinator or call at (508) 250-2292.
We’re looking for volunteers to serve as Campmasters at Nobscot. A campmaster is a Scouter who serves at council weekend camps whenever troops, packs, or crews are using the property. They provide commissioner-like service; this means helping units check-in and out at the property as well as being a friendly face and a representative of Knox Trail Council.
We provide heated quarters with full kitchen and bathroom. Campmasters select their own frequency of service, but usually serve two to four times a year. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Tom Bednarz or Dale Blue.
March 21, 2015
A great hockey game and a post game Skate on the Ice! The Worcester Sharks are pleased to host the Knox Trail Council Scouts at the DCU Center. Bring your family,crew, troop, pack, or den to a great fun-filled evening.
The game is sure to be a great event for Scouts of all ages. It includes ticket to the game, food voucher for a hot dog and drink, a commemorative patch and the highlight of the evening will be the opportunity to skate on the ice.
Order your tickets today and we’ll see you at the hockey game!
As you know, a new Cub Scouting program is launching June 1, 2015 that will be more fun and exciting for boys, and easier to implement for unit leaders. To ensure units are ready to make the transition, a series of webcasts will be hosted this weekend. The webcasts will outline the coming changes, how to prepare, and when resources will be available.
Help spread the word about the webcasts to your Districts and Units.
No Scout should miss out on the chance to go to summer camp, especially due to financial hardship. That’s why we offer full and partial camperships (scholarships) – to make camp accessible to all.
Help us give more youth the opportunity to grow and learn in the outdoors by supporting Knox Trail Council’s campership fund. Your purchase of Camp Stove Fuel helps to remove financial barriers for youth who want to attend Camp Resolute and saves you money. Purchase through the Knox Trail Council at a deep discount and all of the proceeds will support Scout Camperships for the Summer of 2015.
Camp sparks curiosity, builds confidence, and introduces a whole new way of having fun. It allows kids to learn about and really connect with nature in a way that is difficult to accomplish in everyday life.
Product available include the following:
* Super Fuel – Cleanest-Burning Liquid Fuel for MSR Stoves – 1 quart ($7.50)
* ISOPRO Premium Blend Fuel for MSR Stoves – 8oz. ($3.50) and 4oz/3oz.($2.50)
* Jetboil – JetPower- Isobutane/Propane Fuel Mix – 16oz ($5.50) and 8.11oz ($4.00)
If you have questions, please contact the program team by selecting option 1 when you call the office.
Registration is now open for the Spring Merit Badge College on March 7 & 28, 2015. Sign up today and get the classes you want.
Scouts can choose up to 3 merit badges to work on of their interest. Each class is an hour and twenty-five minutes. To complete the badges in this time frame often requires pre-requisites and a field trip. Read more
Come celebrate the successes of the Knox Trail Council at the Annual Recognition Dinner
The 2015 Annual Business Meeting and Recognition Dinner will be held at the Warren Conference Center in Ashland.
Join us as we recognize the accomplishments of our Silver Beaver recipients….
The presentation of National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) Outstanding Eagle Scout Awards to
In addition we will recognize the NESA Eagle Scout Service Project of the year, James E. West Fellows, and much more. The event promises to be an evening of fun and fellowship, showcasing some of Knox Trail Council’s achievements throughout the year, and an opportunity to salute you and the many others who have helped your council to be one of New England’s finest!
Explore the Boundary Water Wilderness Area in Northern Minnesota!
Are you a Boy Scout or Venturer who is going to be 13 and completed the 8th grade next Summer? Do you enjoy canoeing? How would you and like to go to Northern Minnesota for an expedition of a lifetime?
Join our council contingent and enjoy the wilderness trip of a lifetime. Participants must be registered in a Boy Scout Troop or Venture Crew and be willing to attend training sessions as well as have a ton of fun!
Northern Tier High Adventure Base is the BSA’s gateway to adventure in the Great Northwoods. Scouts explore millions of acres of pristine lakes, meandering rivers, dense forests and wetlands in Northern Minnesota, Northwest Ontario, and Northeast Manitoba.
Muriel Bullard Hart, 91 , of Southborough, died peacefully at her home on Saturday, December 13, 2014 after a battle with cancer. She was the wife of the late Donald L. Hart who passed away in 2008.
Muriel was a graduate of Hopkinton High School and worked for many years as a concierge for the Marriott Hotel in Framingham. She was a volunteer for the Boy Scouts of America for over 70 years and received many awards; among them was an honorary doctorate degree in scouting. Muriel was dedicated to her family and friends. She gave a quality of experience to countless children throughout her many years of scouting. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her.
The World Scout Jamboree is a Scouting jamboree of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, (WOSM) typically attended by several tens of thousands of Scouts from around the world, aged 14 to 17 every 4 years.
The BSA Contingent is now open for registration – Don’t miss out the biggest Scouting event in the world. Read more