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*Friday 9 am - 1 pm

 

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The Indian Waters Council, Boy Scouts of America
provides quality youth programs designed to strengthen character,
develop good citizenship, and promote physical fitness.



2014 Camp Barstow
Summer Camp
 
                    
July 13-18
Camp Barstow


Camp Cards
Need Help Paying for Summer Camp!
Your Scout can sell Camp Cards
 
Council Pinewood Derby
May 10

Saxe Gotha Presbyterian - Lexington
May 10
Camp Barstow
Beaver Days At Camp Barstow
May 10 & 17
COPE/Climbing Instructor Training
May 17-18

Camp Barstow
The John Parrish Memorial
1st Annual BSA
Sporting Clays Classic

May 31

Live Oaks Sportsman's Club
STEM Counselor & Mentor Training
coming to Indian Waters Council
May 31 - Location TBD

Stay turned for more information
Cub Scout Day Camp
June 2014
Cub & Webelos Resident Camp
June 29-July 2

Camp Barstow
Scouting with the Blowfish Overnighter
July 18

Capital City Club
National Youth Leadership Training
(NYLT)

July 20-25

Camp Barstow
FLYER
Recruiting Corner
Great For Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts Program

Cub Scout Recruiting & Retention
Habits of Successful Packs
Summertime Pack Activities

2013-2014 School Calendars HERE

Recruiting Guide HERE
Sample Youth Recruiting Events HERE
Pack Leadership Needs HERE
Membership Resources HERE
Parents's Guide HERE

Recharter Handbook HERE
Annual Charter agreement HERE
Youth Application HERE
Adult Application HERE
IWC Unit Account authorization HERE

National Marketing Toolbox for Leaders HERE
Cub Scout Retention Toolbox
HERE

Boy Scout/Cub Scout Training
Cub Leader Training - Super Train - Trainer's Edge -
OWLS - BALOO - Leave No Trace Trainer
to register for any of the trainings HERE

May 10, 2014
Saxe Gotha Presbyterian Church

May 16-18, 2014
 Camp Barstow

August 23, 2014
Northeast United Methodist

November 1, 2014
Council Camporee

November 22, 2014
Saxe Gotha Presbyterian

November 7-9, 2014
Camp Barstow
   

CPR & Wilderness First Aid
Range Master Training
Shooting Sports Training

Rifle Instructor - Archery Instructor - Cub Scout Adult Shooting Sports
to register for any of the trainings HERE
 
May 16-17, 2014
Wilderness and Remote First Aid Training Course
Zion Lutheran Church
Beech Mountain Resort
Scout Rates through the end of March

Flyer
Philmont 2014:
Are You Ready?
Are you ready for the challenge?
YOUTH PROTECTION
Training
is now mandatory for All Volunteers!
to take the course or for more info HERE
JAPAN 2015
World Scout Jamboree:

Applications are available
International Fun And Adventure!

SUPPORT SCOUTING GIVE ONLINE,Click HERE



Volunteers Needed:
The council is looking for volunteers that have a few hours a month
that could help with large administrative jobs. If you are interested
in being a part of this group send an email to Marge Morris . Contact
information needed: name, address, phone number and email address.
When there is a large job that needs to be done an email will be sent to
those on the volunteer listing from Marge Morris. If you are available
to work on the dates specified, just respond back to the email with your
availability. If not, may be the next big job you will be available.



 
 
 

 

Tiger Cubs
boys
age 6
Cub Scouts
boys
age 7-8
Webelos Scouts
boys
age 9-10
 
 
 
Boy Scouts
boys
age 11-17
Venturing
boys & girls
age 14-20
Sea Scouts
boys & girls
age 14-20
 

 

 



 



 
 
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