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2nd Annual STEM Academy

Join us on April 21-24 at Nobscot Scout Reservation for the 2nd Annual STEM Academy.  Boys and girls, grades 1 through 4 are welcome!

STEM Academy is a hands-on, interactive week, where the participants will be able to explore Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science and more.  In addition to performing experiments, building a project or working with simple machines, there will be field games and hiking.

Registration is $210 and includes all lab materials, lunch all 4 days, a commemorative t-shirt and patch, and certificate of completion.  Registration is limited to 75 participants.  Register Here

Building Tomorrow’s Leaders

The 2015 Friends of Scouting Campaign has officially kicked off and our theme is “Building Tomorrow’s Leaders”. These three simple words have one large impact on the youth we serve and your community.

Our council has so many things to be proud of: two outstanding outdoor properties, quality adult training opportunities, outstanding unit support, and the list goes on. We are committed to serving you but now we need your help………..

Click here to learn more on how you can support the Knox Trail Council so we can deliver that quality Scouting experience you expect.

Scout Night at the Worcester Sharks!

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!

Council Recognition Dinner

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….

Paul Gadd
Joshua Paulin


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The presentation of National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) Outstanding Eagle Scout Awards to

Bill Downey
George Ecker


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!
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Northern Tier

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.

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Why consider a year-end gift to the Knox Trail Council?

Read more about how your gift is a win for the organization and a win for you as the donor………

Cash Gifts

Gifts of cash are the most basic and important source of support for Scouting. They are easy and popular, and you are entitled to a charitable income tax deduction equal to the full value of the gift. Also, the higher your tax bracket, the more your charitable tax deductions are worth to you.

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Webelos Activity Meets

Webelos and Webelos Leaders – Mark your calendar for January 10 & 11, 2015! The Webelos Activity Meets have both fun and advancement planned! The badges being offered are Engineering, Readyman, Scholar and Scientist.  During the program, Webelos pick 2 badges and work hands-on with professionals from the fields to do many of the requirements for the badges.

Click here to register for January 10th at the LDS Church, 240 Hemenway St, Marlborough MA from 1:00pm – 3:30pm.

Click here to register for January 11th at Temple Reyim, 1860 Washington St, Newton, MA from 1:00pm – 3:30pm.

Registration closes Wednesday, January 7, 2015