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!
(Click here to see the products)
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
You can email the form to John Burns
or fax to 1-304-428-8594
- Unit TAKE Order Form
- Prize Order Form
- Individual Sales
- Unit SHOW n SELL
- Unit SHOW n SELL
Excel Spreadsheet forms
FALL FELLOWSHIP 2014
SEPTEMBER 12-14, 2014 at CAMP MAHONEGON
The Fall Fellowship has become an annual tradition. A time to sit back, relax, get caught up on things, have fun, make new friends, play a game of checkers, work on your Indian costume, take a nap, work on a camp service project, or just enjoy the surroundings. Many things are being planned for this weekend at Camp Mahonegon.
We will be sleeping in the cabins at camp. Come prepared to have a
good time and a lot of great fellowship. Fees are listed on the application.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 6TH!!!!
Click here to register and pay online
Check in by 8:00 PM Friday. Activities to conclude after Sunday breakfast. All fees include meals.
Do not forget to bring the enclosed personal health history with you.
You don’t need a physical, just fill out the enclosed form.
We need as many Arrowmen there as possible so that the elections
go smoothly. This will be when our Lodge Elections will be held
We would like each member to give at least one hour service to our camp
DO NOT SEND IT IN WITH YOUR REGISTRATION.
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.
Registration is OPEN — Click the picture above to register now
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.
By Scout Executive, Dale Musgrave
“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
By Steve Cogar, Vice President Youth Protection
The Boy Scouts of America takes great pride in the quality, integrity, and professionalism of its volunteer adult leaders. Without our fine leaders, the BSA program could not be delivered with the exceptional level of vitality and success it has enjoyed for the past one-hundred years. BSA has long known that one key to success in leadership is training. Effective leaders are set-up to succeed, not to fail, through various training programs that both enhance their ability to provide Scouts with a quality program and protect their safety while doing so.
BSA Youth Protection Training is an integral part of the training regime in Scouting. In the Allohak Council, we are proffering a new initiative in Youth Protection Training that takes the form of a challenge for all registered leaders. That challenge is simple – take the Youth Protection Training every year even though BSA only requires that it be taken every two years. Toward that end, the Allohak Council is committed to making the training available in a variety of ways.
The BSA website is an easy way to complete most BSA required training. For Youth Protection Training, if you have access to a computer either at home or at a local library, simply go to http:/myscouting.org. If you have a user name and password, login and take the training. At the end of the approximately 20 minute session, you will be able to print a certificate of completion. The Council will automatically have verification that you completed the training. If you do not have a user name and password, the login page allows you to create an account which affords you access to all training, including Youth Protection. To do so, just follow the prompts, remember that your Council is Allohak #618, and have your eight digit Scout Identification Number from your membership card available.
The Council is also committed to other innovative ways of providing the training. One goal is to provide each unit leader with a Training DVD that may be played at committee meetings or lent to individual leaders. Once the video is viewed, the leader must contact the Council Service Center at 1-800-654-5272, and speak with John Burns to certify that that training took place. In addition, the Youth Protection DVD will be available at many Council functions such as merit badge midways, universities, and colleges; as well as Summer Camp, camporees, and adult leader training. Leaders who are waiting for Scouts to finish merit badges or who otherwise have about twenty spare minutes at these events will be able to quickly update their Youth Protection training.
The BSA recognizes that one key component in their effort to protect Scouts from sexual abuse is Youth Protection Training for adult volunteers. The Allohak Council, your Council, supports this mindset and believes that we can continue to cement our position as a Council that thrives on innovation by doing more than is required. Login to myscouting.org or ask your leader for a copy of the Youth Protection DVD today. Your Council and your Scouts will appreciate your efforts!
TO: Cubmasters, Scoutmasters, Crew Advisors, Committee Chairs
FROM: Dale Musgrave, Scout executive
RE: Be A Scout
In the spring of 2010, the National Council created “Be A Scout”, a Google maps driven search engine for new families to find a Scout unit near them.
Your unit has a “map pin” that will show up for a person looking for a unit within your zip code. To see the “Be A Scout” site, go to www.beascout.org
Should you want to personalize (or add) your “map pin”, log into MyScouting.org and on the left side, click on Be A Scout and follow the instructions.
Please take a moment to personalize your “map pin”. Prospective new members will be able to learn about your unit and how to contact you.
If you have any question or need assistance, contact your Unit Commissioner, District Executive or the Scout Service Center.
MAKE SCOUTING BETTER!!
What is the Voice of the Scout?
- Comprehensive Scout, Parent, Volunteer and Charter Org feedback program
- System to continuously assess how well we are delivering the Scouting experience over time
- Insight for change comes from the end user
-A Journey to Excellence criteria
- It’s your chance to offer suggestions directly to the national organization and to our local council on how to improve the Scouting program
Who is Voice of the Scout?
- Boy Scout and Cub Scout Parents
- Boy Scouts, Venturers and cub Scouts (via parents)
- Youth-facing & Council/District Volunteers
- Charter Organizations
Q: How often will I receive a request to complete a survey
A Surveys will be sent out twice a year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall. One week after the initial email is sent, a reminder notice will be sent out.
Q: Can we collect survey information on paper?
A: The Voice of the Scout system is dependent on coding in order to display the information on the VOS dashboard. With a database of over 3 million members, this would overtax our resources. As it is unfeasible and a source of potential data contamination, no manual way to enter in paper surveys has been developed.