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Race is Saturday July 11. Start building your cars now! This event is sure to be fun for the entire family and bring some excitement to our summer Cub Scout program. Each Cub is encouraged to build their own car, or a den, patrol, or pack can work together to make a team car. Check-in 7:45 – 8:15, Racing Starts @ 8:15 More information.
This summer your unit will be having its own exciting experience at summer camp, high adventure or unit activities. Share your experience with all of the scouts in Circle Ten Council by creating a 10-second video that we can share during the evening show at Xperience in November! See your video on the Big Hoss TV at the CTXERIENCE and enter to win a FREE GoPro!
Our first big event of the year is Northern Trail to Adventure (NT2A), which takes place at Camp Wisdom. Our volunteer staff is putting together a great program, and we’re looking forward to seeing you there! Read more.

Calling all units! Calling all units! You won’t want to miss the Circle Ten Council XPERIENCE – it’s going to be THE XPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME!

Over NOVEMBER 13 – 15, 2015, Circle Ten Council will host a weekend extravaganza of FUN at TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY.

Thanks to the hardworking volunteer staff and walking den leaders, more than 320 Cub Scouts enjoyed a week of day camp. While they were having fun, the staff was able to teach them scout skills and scout values! We have pictures to prove it!
Webelos Dens: Webelos Woods is a great way to camp with a Boy Scout Troop! This weekend you will also be able to earn activity pins, shoot BBs, and canoe! Troops: This is a great opportunity to host and recruit Webelos for your troop! Show off your leadership skills by running an activity station, cooking a great dinner, and presenting a troop campfire.


Find Photos from Twilight Camp 2015 here.

New handbooks, leader guides updated per the changes to Cub Scout Program are now available

Don't you love to be in control? You've got the Power via; the power to set the record straight and get your training records accurate. Your scouting unit thanks you for committing to get the Leader trained for your current role in scouting. Once you have completed your training go to your unit Training Coordinator who can enter your training directly into the system. Read more.
As Chuck Holden pointed out in a recent blog, volunteer labor is essential to the success of many critical programs in our community. Northern Trail is no different. There are several positions which need to be filled. Don't assume that someone else will do it. Lend a hand today!

Camporee was a big success this year, thanks to the efforts of a lot of people.  Here is the Camporee Video review!

Online Scouting Resources

Need some ideas for a scouting event?  Check out Google, Bing etc.  Use good judgment, not all the material  is appropriate, but there is a world of information out there on the web. 

Scouting Blog

At Scout meetings there is an opening ceremony which usually involves presenting the colors and reciting the Cub Scout promise, Scout oath or Venturing oath. This is done as a reminder that scouting is about instilling these ideas in our children. Presentation on changes to Cub Scout program.

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