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Join Scouting Night Kick-Off Dinner

Attention Cub Scout Leaders! Sign up TODAY for the Wednesday, August 13, 2014 dinner!

Join Cub Scout Leaders from throughout the Knox Trail Council for dinner and the Join Scouting Night Kick-off at White Lodge, Nobscot Scout Reservation, 1 Nobscot Road in Sudbury. Dinner will begin at 6pm. The program will include all the tools to help your Cub Scout Pack have a successful Join Scouting Night in September. Who should attend? Cubmaster, Committee Chair, Den Leader, Membership Coordinator – Register Here!

Get the Latest Scoop on Cub Scouts

You may have heard, the Cub Scout Program will be different starting May 2015. If you are interested in knowing what to expect; you can visit this website www.scouting.org/programupdates.

What will you find there?

The final requirements for all Cub Scout adventures
Direction on transitioning from the current program to the new one
Overview presentations suitable for unit committees, roundtables, and others
Frequently asked questions
An overview of each of the new Cub Scout adventures

Fore! You’re Invited!

The Knox Trail Council invites you to attend the 18th Annual BSA Golf Classic. Proceeds from the event are used to benefit youth development through Scouting programs that serve 21 communities throughout Metro West, MA. This year’s golf outing will take place on Friday, September 26, 2014 at the Juniper Hill Gold Course, located in Northborough, MA.

Our ongoing mission is to encourage the positive development of our young people through Scouting programs that help instill values in… Read more

Camp Staff Ready to Go!

Opening day is almost here! Over the past week our seventy-five member staff have been working together to get our camp ready for the start of the 2014 season! This week has shown that our camps are led by a talented diverse group of staff members.

The staff has spent lots of time going over everyone’s roles in camp for the summer and how we can be the best at our jobs through various training modules and scenarios. We have been bonding as a staff as a whole, with our individual areas, and with our co-counselors through various acts of community building.

We have completed our training, the tents are set up, the programs are written, and we could not be more ready and excited for our campers to arrive! It has been a wonderful Staff Week and we cannot wait for our first session of campers to come and for the summer to get into full swing Sunday & Monday!

Put a Smile on a Scout’s Face…Help send him to summer camp!

In 2013, we awarded 59 youth camperships. The need is even greater this year.

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.

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.
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