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Summertime Adventure Grants

Units may apply for up to $500 for a summertime adventure activity. The deadline for applications has passed and recipients will be notified soon.

Current and Upcoming Events

  • June 9 – Troop8317 BSA Boat Program begins – click for more information
  • June 14 – District Recognition Night (in place of June Roundtable)
  • June 25-29 – Twilight Camp – More information and registration link here.

Forms needed for youth and adults attending Twilight Camp:


  • Medical Form Parts A&B with copy of medical insurance card – Download here
  • Youth Protection Training Certificate (dated after 2/1/2018)
  • Hazardous Weather Training Certifcate (within 2 years) (will be offered at staff training session)




youth protection

All New Youth Protection Training

Effective now, all prior youth protection trainings will no longer be available​ ​ (this includes Venturing Youth Protection)​​.

The UPDATED Youth Protection Training replaces all other Youth Protection trainings and is REQUIRED for ​ALL​ BSA programs ​ (e.g. Venturing, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Exploring, etc.)​ ​

​The New Mandatory Youth Protection Training​ ​is divided into three ​ modules​:​

  • Overview and Policies
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Bullying

By October 1st, 2018 – ALL NEW and CURRENT registered leaders will be required to complete the UPDATED Youth Protection Training regardless of whether they have recently completed the old training within the two-year validation window. Basically, all current adult members need to re-take youth protection training using the new training​ curriculum​.

You must have a account to take the training, but BSA registration is not required.

The training certificate will only be available for printing after completing the three required training modules and passing the test which completes the Youth Protection Training.

Guide to Safe Scouting

Download the most current Guide

The Guide to Safe Scouting is now available online, updated quarterly. The new version includes changes to the Safety Afloat section, an updated COPE/Climbing section and an updated Transportation section.