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Scout Executive Matt Budz is pleased to share the following about our properties with you: 490 Union Avenue Sale Things have slowed down a bit during the winter months as it relates to the amount of traffic visiting the building. We hope as we put the holiday season behind us that we will see [...]
I am pleased to share with you the latest update on our properties. 490 Union Avenue No update regarding the sale of the building. We have peeked some interest but no offers to date. Please share with your network of friends. The building would make a great professional office for a medical or dental group who [...]
National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation's largest hands-on volunteer effort to improve and enhance the public lands in America. In 2014, 150,000 volunteers built trails and bridges, removed trash and invasive plants, planted trees, and restored our water resources. Use of public lands is essential for many camps. It is estimated that 9 [...]
Greetings, Hope that you're enjoying your summer. I wanted to take this opportunity to update you on the various projects relating to our council properties. Council Service Center The for sale sign went up and we have had a few inquires on the office. We have been offered free leased office space from a major donor [...]
Get a jump on your new year of scouting with our premier course for Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters. This fall's Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) course is Friday through Sunday, 9/18/15-9/20/15 (pre-course meeting on 9/9/15). IOLS presents all the basic skills you need to teach your scouts through First Class and provides tips for teaching those skills in a [...]
A unique opportunity for Scouts to complete some of the components in the Cycling Merit Badge including safety guideline, first aid for cycling, traffic laws and participate in a trail ride that will include parts of the Mountain Biking option of the badge. It is preferred that Scouts bring their own bike, but we will [...]
There is magic to camping in winter. It is one of the most challenging of outdoor adventures. The Boy Scouts of America operates the National Cold-Weather Camping Development Center at Northern Tier through the Okpik program. Visit www.ntier.org for comprehensive winter camping preparation information. For more information on winter camping, click here.
Get ready, get set, it’s summer! Believe it or not summer is just a few short months away and we want to tell you about all of our fantastic summer opportunities available for our Scouts! Join us – Thursday, December 11, 2014, 6:30pm Join us on December 11 for the official kick-off to the 2015 [...]