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Maintaining High Youth Protection Standards Recently Added Content

As one of the nation’s largest youth-serving organizations, the safety and health of our youth is of paramount importance. We all recognize that our community entrusts the development and safety of our children to Scouting and we take that responsibility seriously.

Pow Wow Takes Flight!

Pow Wow Takes Flight!, Saturday, November 8th, at East Windsor High School. Pow Wow is a day of fun, fellowship, and learning for all Cub Scout Leaders. It is a Fall training event, timed to reach those new Cub Scouters who have just joined the Pack as well as to recharge the batteries of returning Cub Scout Leaders.

A Salute to Youth Dinner

The Boy Scouts of America, in partnership with notable organizations which advocate for the health and development of youth, invite you to evening celebration of our youth. Together we’ll hear about the best and brightest of Connecticut’s youth. Come be inspired by young people who exemplify the timeless values of Scouting and the quintessential American spirit.

Ski Sundown Group Program

"All my kids said their instructors were the best this year. Not only nice people but excellent instructors!" Just one of many great comments on the group program Connecticut Rivers Council is offering this winter in partnership with Ski Sundown.

Improve your program by paying attention to the journey to excellence

"Scouting's Journey to Excellence" is the BSA's performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils. It is meant to encourage excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA.

Problems with a Scouting Website?

Many systems are provided and operated by the National Boy Scout Council. Almost all problems, except where noted, need to be resolved by the Boy Scouts National office. To get these problems resolved, please contact BSA National Service Desk at 972‐580‐2489 or email

Unit sign up for 2015 Boy Scout Summer Camp is now open

Units can sign up for 2015 Boy Scout Summer Camp by using the buttons in this article

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