Webelos Adventure Day March 27

Troops 123 and 456 are teaming to provide a day of fun and advancement for our Webelos Scouts.

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Fun in the Snow with Pack 158

Pack 158 had an awesome day in the snow complete with snowsnakes and snowtire snowshoes.

Newest Eagle Scout Project

Darius of T157 completed his Eagle Scout Project at Grace Episcopal Church in Mt. Clemens. What an awesome bench! Thank you Darius and T157.

Hike a Thon

“Take a Hike” and raise funds for your unit

Attend webinar on February 25

https://michiganscouting.org/takeahike/

Register by March 14

http://bit.ly/3nXZ26x

Chippewa District Roundtable

Thursday March 11, 2021

at 7 PM –Zoom Meeting

Due to concerns over COVID-19, our Roundtable Meeting will be in video conference format.

General Session – 7 PM – 7:20 and Cub Scout Breakout Session (begins once general session ends)

Join Zoom Meeting

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Meeting ID: 822 7632 3329

Passcode: 619031

Troop/Crew Breakout Session – 7:25 – 8:30 PM

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Fall Camporee 2021

Save The Date: September 24-26 2021.

Can you Escape? Test your skills in multiple Escape challenges. Are you fast enough, clever enough, skilled enough to make The Great Escape? Plus compete in challenging stations to win clues to help you escape. A camporee unlike any you have attended before…

Cub Scout Fun Day 2021

Saturday, June 12th – Wolcott Mill Metro Park: Camp Rotary – Map

Come out to the Cub Scout Spring Fun Day and have real Adventure for the whole family! Scouts can work on Cub Scout Shooting Sports Award Requirements Level 1.


BB Guns – Archery – Sling Shots – Frisbee Golf
Jenga – Dominos – Tic Tac Toe – Giant Corn Hole


The 2021 Shooting Sports Cub Scout Fun Day is a chance to work on Shooting Sports Awards Requirements Level 1.  The Fun Day for 2021 will be divided into 4 sessions.  During these sessions Scouts will get to participate in BB Gun, Archery, and Sling Shot shooting.  There will also be a small number of additional activities to do before and after shooting.

During the registration process please choose one session to participate in.   Space in each session is limited.   Please only arrive 15 minutes before your session starts.  And depart within 15 minutes of your session time ending.

The Costs: The cost will be $15.00 for each Cub Scout and each Sibling Attending if registered June 5th at 11:59pm. After June 5th at 11:59pm the cost will be $20.00.  Cub Scout fees include a Patch, Rental Fees, and Program Supplies.

The Cost for each Parent in attendance is $5.00, this includes Site Rental Fees and Program Supplies. After June 5th at 11:59pm the parent cost will be $10.00. 

Who Can Attend: All registered Cub Scouts and their families may attend.Weather Statement: The Fun Day will be held in the rain and cold weather that can occur in the spring. Please dress accordingly.

Schedule
Saturday

9:30a – 11:00a———– Session 1

11:00a – 12:30p———- Session 2

12:30p – 2:00p———– Session 3

2:00p – 3:30p————- Session 4

February Roundtable Slide Presentations

If you were unable to attend the Chippewa District February Roundtable or would like to review the slide presentations again– here are the links to the General Session and the Scouts BSA/Venturing Session.

January Roundtable Slide Presentations

Just in case you did not attend our January Chippewa District Roundtable you can still access some of the information that was presented. 

To view the slide pack for the General Session

General Session January Roundtable Slides

To view the Scouts BSA/Venturing breakout powerpoint presentation 

Scouts BSA/Venturing January Roundtable

Order of the Arrow Cross-over Ceremonies

I am John Ostrander, Chairman of Ceremonies for the

Chippewa Chapter of the Order of the Arrow.

I am contacting you on behalf of Chippewa Chapter to offer our services to perform Cub Cross-over to Boy Scout and Arrow of Light ceremonies at any upcoming Pack celebrations.  We are committed to the safety of your Cub Scouts and we are flexible to do either a modified online version of either ceremony or if permitted an in-person ceremony that will follow all appropriate COVID-19 guidelines.

If you are interested, please contact me at ostranderjohn05@gmail.com and also my adult adviser, Mr. Paul Hardy at pjhardy@comcast.net, with a date and time you would like to have your ceremony.  Please give us at least 2 weeks notice prior to your event so that we can be prepared properly. 

Donations are not necessary, but we do accept any donations that you would like to make to the Chippewa Chapter.  These small gifts are used to ensure we have appropriate regalia and supplies for future events. 

Hazardous Weather Training is Required to be “Fully Trained”

Hazardous Weather Required to be Fully Trained

2021 Winter Woodbadge

Come be a part of Winter Woodbadge at D -bar-A Scout Ranch

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This outstanding leadership training course is open to anyone registered with the BSA and over the age of 18. It is considered by many to be the highlight of their
Scouting career. All Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturing and Varsity Scout Leaders, as well as
district and council volunteers and professionals, are urged to attend. Along with perfect
weather and no mosquitoes, we promise a unique learning opportunity, high
performance leadership training, and a truly great Wood Badge Experience.

*****

Weekend 1: April 30 to May 2, 2021  (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Weekend 2 : May 15 & 16, 2021  (Saturday, Sunday)
Both weekends begin at 7:30 a.m. and end SUNDAY at 5:00 p.m.

All sessions must be attended.

Cost: $250.00 if you register by November 8

Cost: $275 after November 8

Register at: https://scoutingevent.com/272-39588-105003

Chippewa District Newsletter

Hello Chippewa District scouter,

Below is a link to the August edition of the Chippewa District Newsletter. Please read and enjoy.

Keep meeting virtually!

YIS,
Dave Putt
Chippewa District Commissioner

30 Day Challenges for Cub Scouts

Resources to help both Parents and Leaders support #ScoutingAtHome

2020 Silver Beaver Recipients

Three scouters in Chippewa District will receive the Silver Beaver Award at the Council Dinner on October 14, 2020. The Silver Beaver Award is the highest level of recognition that a scouter can receive at the local Council level.

Congratulations go out to:

Chris Adamini

Vince Cinquegrani

Elizabeth Witten

How to order Advancement Items on-line

Chief Pontiac Little Brave Program

An Outdoor Patch Program administered by the
Chief Pontiac Programs Committee
for use by all youth organizations including Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Webelos Scouts,
Boy Scouts, Explorers, Venturers and other non - BSA Youth Organizations

Click on the link below to get all the information you need in earning all 18 Little Brave Segments

Questions? Send email to: info@chiefpontiacprograms.org

Michigan Badge

Earning the Michigan Badge is a great Stay-At-Home Project.

Please click on the link below to see the requirements and how to order the Michigan Badge

The Michigan Badge Requirements

Questions? Send email to: info@chiefpontiacprograms.org