Category Archives: Cub Scouts

Any activities that are Cub Scout specific

BALOO & OWLS Training in a single course. Sat. Nov. 15, 2014@Pouch. Pre-registration is required.

You asked for it and now we have it. One course. One day. Two fantastic learning experiences. Any adult who has an interest in camping and learning outdoor skills can take this course. Designed for leaders who are in charge of Pack and Webelos overnight activities, this course covers the rules, guidelines, and safety considerations for “Pack Family Camping” and “Webelos Campouts”. It teaches the why and how of Cub Scout camping; planning, equipment, meal preparation, fire safety, stoves, and lanterns; first aid and sanitation; nature hikes, games, and campfire programs. Participants will receive both BALOO and OWLS certification. Local Tour Permits require that a Pack must have a BALOO-certified adult leader attend Cub Scout Campouts and overnight activities.

This is a great course for Tiger, Cub or Webelos parents who have little or no camping experience. Itis an entry level outdoor training with emphasis on outdoor activities and skills pertaining to and geared toward Cub Scout camping and outdoor experiences.

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Cub Leader Specific Training – Sat. Nov. 1st, 2014 @Pouch. Pre-registration required.

Cub Scout Leader Specific is a required training for all new

Pack leaders -Tiger, Cub Scout (Wolf & Bear), Webelos, Cubmaster, Pack Trainer & Pack Committee. This Training covers the topics of den and pack meeting planning, pack finance and management, special activity planning and secrets of successful leaders.

The session includes special breakouts for each leader position. The pre-course requirement is that every person should take “This is Scouting” offered on line at myscouting.org (after you register or sign on – training drop down – e-learning – This is Scouting). We will also be offering an overview of the changes to the Cub Scouting Program which will go into effect in June, 2015

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BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) Training – 3 May 2014

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation

When: 3 May 2014, 8:00AM to 4:00PM
Where: Berlin Lodge, Pouch Camp
1465 Manor Road, Staten Island, NY 10314
Cost: $10 per person

Any adult who has an interest in camping and learning outdoor skills can take this course. Designed for leaders who are in charge of Pack and Webelos overnight activities, this course covers the rules, guidelines, and safety considerations for “Pack Family Camping” and “Webelos Campouts”. It teaches the why and how of Cub Scout camping; planning, equipment, meal preparation, fire safety, stoves, and lanterns; first aid and sanitation; nature hikes, games, and campfire programs. Participants will receive BALOO certification. Local Tour Permits require that a Pack must have a BALOO-certified adult leader attend Cub Scout Campouts and overnight activities.

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GNYC Council Pinewood Derby Finals – Save the Date – 28 June 2014

The Greater New York Councils Pinewood Derby finals are to be held 28 June, 2014 at Yankee Stadium.

1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners from the Aquehonga district pinewood derby, from Tigers, Wolves, Bears and Jr. &Sr Webelos are invited.

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Youth Speaker & Honor Guard Training Seminar – 21 April 2014

This year, our annual Youth Speaker & Honor Guard Training Seminar is scheduled for:
Date: Monday, April 21, 2014 (during school vacation)
Time: 10am – 3pm (light refreshments will be served)
Where: Immaculate Conception Church
21-47 29th Street
Astoria, NY 11105

What is the Youth Speaker & Honor Guard Training Seminar?
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Explorers and Venturers attending the event will learn practical public speaking techniques, tips on speech-writing, proper etiquette, and how to perform in the BSA Honor Guard during fundraising events throughout the year. In addition, participants must bring a prepared speech about Scouting and read aloud to the group, receiving constructive and positive
feedback from seminar leaders.

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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Events 2014

Boy Scout STEM Camp

April 14 to 18, 2014
Alpine Scout Camp, Reeves Lodge
Boy Scouts aged 12 to 18
STEM Camp 2014

Cub Scout STEM Day

March 29, 2014
Long Island Air and Space Museum
Cub Scouts
GNYC STEM Day at Cradle of Aviation 2014

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Order of the Arrow Native American Day – 8 March 2014

Native American day

Staten Island St Patrick’s Day Parade – 2 March 2014

S.I. St. Patrick’s Parade

Sunday, March 2nd , 2014

Meet  at noon

Greg Ave. between Hart Blvd. and Walbrooke Ave.

Wear Scout Uniform / Dress warm for outside

QUESTIONS CALL PAUL 347-277-3009

Aquehonga District Pinewood Derby – February 9 2014

A few changes for the 2014 year:

This year each Scout attendee will receive a commemorative 2014 Pinewood Derby Patch! Oooh, aaah, special!

The Staten Island Mall has moved us to the courtyard outside of the JC Penney store, not in the center court as in years past. Please let  your Scouts know and make announcements during your Den Meetings.

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Boy Scout Leader Specific Training / ITOLS – 2014

This training course is designed to meet the needs of Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, and interested Troop Committee Members, Parents, Webelos Den Leaders, Commissioners, and new adult leaders. Leaders will all benefit from this informative and hands-on program. The outcome and goal of the program is to help you offer the best possible program to the boys in your Troop. The training session will give you the practical skills you need to lead Scouts in the out-of-doors, and help you master basic camp skills required for Tenderfoot to First Class.

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