For all Parents, Cub Scout Leaders, Cubmasters, and Pack Committee members.We are excited to be able to hold the 2022 Cub Camp Rally on January 25th at 7:00 PM!
WEBINAR ATTENDEE DRAWING All webinar attendees will be entered into a drawing for a Cub Scout Camping gift pack. The winner will be announced at the conclusion of the webinar.
Come and learn about all of the exciting Cub Scout and family camping opportunities to be offered by the Michigan Crossroads Council in 2022! Any leader or parent interested in sending their Cubs to camp this summer can register by clicking the link below.
Building on the hugely popular Cub Scout Leader Institute held last year, we are adding Scouts BSA classes and workshops for Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters and Troop Committee Members, in addition to the Cub Scout classes and workshops for Cubmasters, Den Leaders, Pack Committee Members and Parents.We have drawn from our most popular Cub Scout-specific and Scouts BSA-specific University of Scouting classes and added some interactive workshops.Course materials and other resources will be available in OneDrive folders for you to download.
Thelma Spencer Park, Rochester Hills Saturday 02-05-2022 11:00 AM ET to 3:00 PM ET
This event will go on regardless of weather. Be sure to dress warm and bring extra clothing. Boots and gloves generally will get wet.
Make sure to bring your fishing pole. Bait will be provided.
Event cost includes Hotdog, chips and hot chocolate.
Prizes will be awarded for: most fish, smallest fish, largest fish and the most creative Cub Pack banner. Your fish can only be entered in one category. Make your pack banner is big with bright colors, so your scouts and families can find your fishing unit!
Cardboard Sled Racing (Individual and/or Team)Cub Scouts/Webelos Race Scouts BSA/Venturing/Sea Scout Race Snow Snakes Winter STEM Activities leading Cub Scouts to work on Science Everywhere NOVA MORE TO BE ADDED!!
On November 28, Eagle Scout candidate Michael of Troop 209 along with fellow scouts installed more than 50 feet of boardwalk and an amazing Adirondack bench at the Michigan Nature Association Wilcox-Warnes Nature Sanctuary in Macomb County.
Thank you Michael and fellow scouts for doing your part in preserving and improving our natural areas in Macomb County.
Some of our Chippewa units participated in the Mt. Clemens Santa Day parade on November 20. Here are some photos of Pack 95 from Harrison Township. Thank you for supporting this community event and spreading cheer during this holiday season.
If your unit marched in a Santa parade this fall, please send photos to dputt5@ yahoo.com to be included in the chippy blog.
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 email@example.com and also my adult adviser, Mr. Paul Hardy at firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
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
Snow snakes are a fun wintertime outdoor activity following a Native American tradition. A Snow Snake starts with a one inch diameter dowel that is 3 feet long with steel weighted added for speed. You may carve and varnish the stick and prepare for racing down a snow-packed run. The Chief Pontiac Programs committee is selling snow snake kits for $5 each. Snow Snakes may be purchased in person at CPP sponsored snow snake events or ordered on line directly from the Chief Pontiac Programs Committee at : The CPPC store.
The national organization of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to achieve two key objectives: equitably compensate victims who were harmed during their time in Scouting and continue to carry out Scouting’s mission for years to come.
While the word “bankruptcy” can be intimidating, it is important to know that Scouting programs will continue. Your regular unit meetings and activities, district and council events, other Scouting adventures and countless service projects will take place as usual throughout this process and for many years to come.
Studies prove and parents agree that Scouting helps young people become more kind, helpful and prepared for life, and as long as those values remain important to our society, Scouting will continue to be invaluable to our nation’s youth. Just last year, communities across the country benefited from more than 13 million Scouting service hours, and young men and women earned more than 1.7 million merit badges that represent skills that will help them succeed throughout their lives.
As you talk about the BSA’s Chapter 11 filing, this infographic outlines the three most important things to remember and convey. We encourage you to share this with your friends, families and Scouting community. There’s never been a better time to be involved in Scouting – and we should all share our pride in the movement! For more information about the BSA’s Chapter 11 filings, please visit www.bsarestructuring.org
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is committed first and foremost to
keeping youth safe. Part of that commitment includes continually
updating our youth protection policies to help ensure we are always on
the forefront of youth safety.
you know, one of the BSA’s many barriers to abuse is a mandatory
criminal background check during the adult volunteer application
process. The BSA will now also perform periodic rechecks of criminal backgrounds to support the continued safety of youth in our programs.
complete the process listed below at your earliest availability to help
us continue to provide the safest environment possible for our Scouts
and leaders. Please note that these steps must be completed before your 2020 annual registration can be processed.Review
the separate disclosure document linked below that is being provided to
you separately for your review. It is titled “Background Check
Disclosure.”Once you have reviewed that, print the separate document
titled “Additional Disclosures & Background Check Authorization.”
Review the additional disclosures on that form, then complete and sign
the Authorization using an ink/wet signature. Note: A print signature is required for this document. Electronic signatures will not be accepted.Turn
in the signed “Additional Disclosures & Background Check
Authorization” form promptly to your unit leader or local council
service center.If you choose to decline the background check, or if you
do not complete the Additional Disclosures & Background Check
Authorization form and return it to your unit leader or local council
service center, your 2020 annual registration will not be processed.
are truly grateful for your continued commitment to keeping youth safe
and for helping them learn, grow, and thrive through Scouting programs.