October 27, 2013 

  Scouting Blog

You can do more than you think!

I've been involved in scouting a long time, and one of my favorite lines to scouts is simply; "You can do more than you think you can." Read More.

Past Blog Entries

  Training

Boy Scout Outdoor Leader Skills Training, Weekend November 8-10th

Learn how the magic of scouting works. Participate in an actual campout. Advance registration and preparation required.

Oak Leaf Training, November 9-10th

Junior leader training for scouts 1st class and above. Your scout will learn leadership skills. Advance registration and scoutmaster approval required.

University of Scouting Saturday January 4, 2014

Smorgasbord of adult scout learning opportunities. Save the date: Saturday, 2014, January 4 - 8:00am to 5:00pm (Updated flyer.) More information

Wilderness Advanced First Aid 1/31-2/2 & 2/7-2/9

This program trains participants to respond to emergencies in remote settings. The 40-hour curriculum focuses on stabilization, treatment and evacuation guidelines of patients in backcountry environments.

Woodbadge Courses

Advanced training for scout leaders. A life changing experience. Valuable training which is applicable both in and out of scouting. More Information

  Calendar

October
29 Scouting Open House Night, October 29, 2013
November
1 Back Country Advanced Training, Campout
5 District Committee Meeting
5 Annual Business Meeting
7 Commissioners Staff Meeting
8 Outdoor Leader Skills Weekend 11/8-10/2013

More Events

Action Needed

Nominate Adult Volunteers

Sign up for Webelos Woods

Sign up for Oak Leaf Training

Become a District Volunteer

  News

Scouting Open House Night, October 29, 2013

ďA Century of Honor: Celebrating 100 Years of Service to God and Country". Read more

Eagle Project Opportunities

Here are some possible Eagle Scout Projects: Read More.

Council Wide Events

Much more on the website, check it out! www.ntrail.org

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Yours in Scouting,

John Slaughter
Northern Trail Webmaster

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