on Tuesday, September 30, 2014
for a Quarterly Staff Meeting.
Thanks to a total of 70 fiber-optic light points throughout the design, soft yellow lights glow through the windows on each house while color-changing lights accent the trees and other features.
Each stocking is finished on the inside with a small pouch that holds a compact control pack with off/on switch for lights. Stocking measures 17½” from top to toe, and is approximately 8¾” wide. Imported.
Premium-quality accessory adds character and dimension to your Lighted Scouting Village scenes. Polyresin tree figurine features a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Leader hard at work on a Christmas tree sales lot. Measures 5″ high x 4½” wide x 4½” deep. .
A welcome addition to the holiday Scouting Village, this piece enhances any collection. Porcelain rendering of a BSA camp dining hall is beautifully detailed—complete with outdoor picnic tables! Measures 8¼” long x 5¼” wide x 6″ high. Includes a linkable 3′ UL power cord and C7 bulb.
Get your gloves…get your boots…get a warm jacket…..and
Ski dates this year are: January 11, February 8 & March 8.
Cost for Lift Tickets, ski equipment rentals , one meal ticket $50.00
Costs for Lift Ticket, Board rental, one meal ticket $89.00
Cost for Lift Ticket, You bring your own board, one meal ticket $50.00
Snowtubing fun for everyone! So come on out and act your age! It’s the hill you dreamed of as a kid! Experience some awesome whoop-de-doos! The best part is the 2 Super Carpet Lifts that whisk you back up the hill to do it all over again! Snowtubes provided, laughs required!
Snowtubing tickets are sold separately, but you can experience the fun of snowtubing with our “add-on” snowtubing ticket when you purchase any ski lift ticket.
Cost for Tubing+ Meal Ticket 9am 10:pm $44.00 (all day)
Additional Meal ticket $6.00
Click here for a PDF version of the information flyier.
Click here to register/pay online
A camporee will be held at Camp Kootaga in Walker, WV on September 19-21, 2014. Activities being planned for Scouts include horse riding, 3 on 3 basketball tournament, Native american games, Archery, BB gun shooting, Fire course challenge,
Trading post, Tug of war tournament, Knot tying, Low cope, Football challenge, Blind fold maze, and more in an action packed weekend while camping in our own “tent city”.
All units will be self-sufficient. Meals will not be provided.
Each first time registered participant will receive a Camporee Patch and returning participants will receive the year patch. Additional patches will be available for purchase.
All Boy Scout Troops, Venture Crews and Explorer Posts!
Camp Kootaga, Walker, WV.
Check in will be at Sparky’s Park starting at 6:00pm and you must check-in to be assigned a campsite.
There will be soup beans and cornbread at Sparky Park Friday evening.
September 19-21, 2014
Horse riding (if weather is good)
3 on 3 basketball tournament
Native american games
BB gun shooting
Fire course challenge
Tug of war tournament
Low cope ?
Blind fold maze
6:00-8:00 Registration at Spark’s Park. There will be soup beans and cornbread at Sparky Park Friday night.
9:00 Adult Leaders meeting and bring your Senior Patrol Leaders at Sparky’s Park
11:00 Lights out and quiet time
8:45am Flag raising and announcements
9:00 Activities begin
1:00 Meet at flag poles
2:00 Activities resume
8:00 Movie and Snacks
11:00 Lights out and quiet time
9:00am Chapel service
9:30 Awards ceremony
10:00 Check out
All activities and scheduling subject to change.
For a Health Form click here
Click here to see a map of Camp Kootaga
Where is Camp Kootaga?
Driving directions Parkersburg:
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Driving directions from Clarksburg
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This event is specifically designed for Boy Scout Troops, Venture Crews and Explorer Posts as an older Scout opportunity.
You will receive your campsite entrance pass at registration. One vehicle per troop (with trailer) allowed to enter each campsite. No vehicles will be permitted in campsite areas after gear is unloaded. Campsites will be assigned upon registration
Shaun Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Mahonegon will be transformed for a weekend of fun, games and activities. Click here for all the information you need.
Sign up now for Great excitement for Cub Adventure Weekend. This year we will focus on Cub Scout Wild Life. So bring your Pack for some great fun. Of course our plans this year include the standard BBs and Archery, as well as other fun and excitement. So sign up for your Cub Scout Wild Life Weekend right away.
Cost is as follows:
$40.00 /Cub Scout or Participating Sibling
$15.00/ Parent or Non-Participating sibling
Click the link below to see the products we are selling!
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Show-n-Sell orders due September 16, 2014
Show-n-Sell distribution September 27, 2014
Popcorn/magazine Sale begins September 27, 2014
Orders will be due no later than October 28, 2014
Take Order popcorn distribution will be on November 8, 2014
Sell $1,500 and earn a $50 gift card to Target or Walmart
Sell $2.000 and receive a Camping Package or HEXBUG Robotic Spider
Sell $3,000 and chose GoPro HERO3-White Edition Camera or
American Express Gift cheque for 5% of total sales (rounded to the nearest $10)
The top 3 salesmen in the Council will receive a $125, $100 or $75 gift card
The top salesman in each District will receive a $50 gift card*
(*Top 3 for council are exempted from winning top seller in District)
- Everyone reads
- Magazines promote literacy!
- 40% of US Households have 2+ magazine subscriptions
- Over 50 magazines to choose from
- Great compliment to popcorn, something to read while snacking
- Great gift
Instructions to allow Scouts to sell Camp Master Popcorn to friends and relatives across the country! It will also show a few key points on how the site will work and how the Online Sales Program will benefit Scouts and Scouting
In 2015, more than 30,000 Scouts and leaders from 161 countries around the world will converge on Kirara-hama, Yamaguchi, Japan, for the 23rd World Scout Jamboree.
The event will provide opportunities to raise awareness about global issues, explore the environment, participate in community service, make friends from around the world, and deepen understanding of developments in science and technology. The world jamboree is a unique opportunity for participants to experience an exciting program of activities, including: Global Development Village, City of Science, Crossroads of Culture, and the Peace Program.
Participants will live and learn with fellow Scouts from around the world. They will be housed in tents along with the BSA contingent but will soon venture out to mingle with tens of thousands of people for two weeks of activities and adventure. That’s right, a world fellowship exercise on an enormous scale!
Make plans now to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime event, where Scouts and Venturers from around the world will meet at the intersection of tradition and innovation to explore energy, technology and harmony.
Click here for a colorful brochure
The Allohak Council is offering, starting in 2014, to offer two high adventure opportunities for Scouts each year. In 2014 the trips are to Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico, and Sea Base in the Florida Keys.
For more information click here
For online E-Training click here. This will give you the opportunity to take training given by the National Boy Scouts of America. You will create a “MyScouting” account (if you have not done so already) and as you complete training, it will update your records at the council leve if you follow the procedures correctly.
“All persons involved in Scouting shall report to local authorities any good faith suspicion or belief that any child is or has been physically or sexually abused, physically or emotionally neglected, exposed to any form of violence or threat, exposed to any form of sexual exploitation including the possession, manufacture, or distribution of child pornography, online solicitation, enticement, or showing of obscene material.
No person may abdicate this reporting responsibility to any other person.
The Scout Executive should also be contacted immediately to remove the individual from our membership ranks and so the Scout Executive can prepare to handle media contacts.”
To make a report to the Scout Executive, call Dale Musgrave at:
Scout Service Center: 304-991-3481
Cell phone: 304-981-3481
Home phone 304-893-6413