Scouting for Clothing Patch Order

Register to order Scouting for Clothing patches, Only $2 plus tax

Order by May 7th to have them delivered to May Roundtable

Be sure to track your service hours online at

Thank you for participating in this year's Scouting for Clothing Drive

Wilderness First Aid Training

Red Cross training and certification for Scouters needing Wilderness and Remote First Aid skills and certification for High Adventure Trips. This course meets the BSA requirement for at least one current trained leader in Wilderness First Aid on High Adventure Treks.

Training will take place at the Auburn Scout Service Center at 5001 Eleven Mile Rd., Auburn 48611.  Class will run Saturday, March 30 from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM and Sunday, March 31 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.  The cost is $80 per participant which includes all training materials, lunch both days, facility use, insurance, and instructor cost.   This course is for any Scout leader or mature youth at least 14 years old needing Wilderness First Aid skills.  This course is limited to 12 total participants.

The course requires that participants have current CPR / AED skills prior to taking the course.  ARC, AHA or similar evidence of recent training is a prerequisite.   Please bring proof of completion on March 30.

This training is considered supplemental training and can be reported on your training record at this site: (The WFA Training Code is N02)

These courses will provide participants a foundation in first aid principles and skills to be able to respond to emergencies and give care in areas that do not have immediate medical services (EMS) response.

The course is approximately 16 hours long (in 2 sessions, Saturday and Sunday and requires participants to complete both daytime sessions). Participants will be required to apply hands-on skills that will be covered in class. The course fee includes a useful American Red Cross workbook and reference cards. Participants should wear comfortable clothing that enables them to preform first aid skills including focused assessments of simulated injuries.

Questions?  Email Mike Hussar at or phone him at 810-569-4091.

Leader Position Specific Training – Monroe

Leader Position Specific Training

Hosted By Running Waters District

March 30, 2019

Fee: $5

Check-in from 8:30-9:00 a.m.

Lambertville United Methodist Church

8165 Douglas Rd, Lambertville, MI

Training is an important part of being a leader. Being trained for your position will give you the tools to

be confident in your leadership role and ensure that our youth have a positive experience that will last a lifetime.

Cub Scout Leadership:

Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster

Den Leader and Assistant

Pack Committee

Scouts BSA Leadership:

Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster

Troop Committee Challenge

Merit Badge Counselor + Board of Review Orientation

Most courses will end around 11:00 a.m.

Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster training will end around 2:00 p.m.

Lunch (pizza!) will be provided, for those who want to stay.


To be respectful of our volunteer trainers' time, registration will be closed one week prior to the course.

Courses with zero registrations will not be held and those instructors will be available for other activities.

To register go to, select the red “Take Training” tab under the picture, then

scroll down to the date of the course and select the course you need – be sure to read the location information

as there may be classes taking place in other parts of the Council on the same day.

For more information, contact:

Munhacke Scouts BSA 22 cal & Webelos Pellet Rifle Ham Shoot

Welcome to the First Annual Spring Shoot

March 30 th  9 AM till Done (normally noonish)

Two divisions competing each for a prize a ham.

Division 1 Scouts, Venture, Explorer, and Adult Partner. 

Division 2 Webelos and Required Adult Partner. 

The Cost is $10 a person 

Start time is 9:00 until finish so please be there ready to go.

No Cubs please Webelos age and above only.

Please pay on line if you can, Thank you

We are allowing walk-ins (bring exact change or check if you do) 


Citizenship in the Nation Merit Badge Day




DeVos Learning Center

at the Gerald R. Ford

Presidential Museum

Saturday, March 30, 2019

9:30a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Boy Scout Citizenship in the Nation Merit Badge Day

Boy Scouts will complete steps 1, 2c, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 of the Citizenship in the Nation Merit Badge during this one-day program. Scouts will discover what it means to be an active citizen by exploring the exhibits of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. Scouts will also come away with a better understanding of our government as well as important lessons of character and leadership taught through the example of President (and Eagle Scout!) Gerald R. Ford.

Limit: 40 participants Registration Deadline: March 22nd, 2019 or until full

Fee: $9/Scout $6/Adult (includes program and pizza lunch) (no refunds after 3/22/19)

Register by visiting:

email: or call: 616-254-0409

Please note: Scouts must bring the Citizenship in the Nation: Merit Badge Series handbook with them. Scouts will need to complete steps 2 a, b, or d, AND step 3 before or after their visit to earn the Citizenship in the Nation Merit Badge. If completed beforehand, Scouts must bring written documentation on the day of the program to discuss with Merit Badge Counselor. Scouts should also come prepared to write a letter to an elected official and must know their address and zip code to do so.


DeVos Learning Center – CIT_Nation

Community Heroes Day

Community Heroes Day

Join us at D-Bar-A Scout Ranch for Community Heroes Day on March 30, 2019 from 10am to 4pm.  There will be a local civil servant meet and greet with policeman, fireman, EMTs, and more! We will also have shooting sports, themed games and crafts, and concessions.

Scouts BSA have the chance to take the following merit badges:

Public Safety

Fire Safety


Crime Prevention


Traffic Safety

Questions: Contact:

Cassie LeBeau

Ranch Program Director



BSA Annual Health and Medical Form
Map to Check-in
Community Heroes Day Flier
Crime Prevention & Fingerprinting Pre-reqs
Fire Safety Pre-reqs
Public Health Pre-reqs
Safety Pre-reqs
Traffic Safety Pre-reqs

BB Gun Shooting Event- Linden

A Cub Scout BB Gun Shooting Sports event will be held at the Linden Sportsmans Club 14343 Hogan Rd.  Linden, MI 48451 , MI Saturday, March 30, Checkin starts at 11:30 AM.

Program runs from Noon- 3 PM.

The cost is $10 per Cub Scout by midnight March 22 and $15 starting March 23.  Deadline to register is Thursday March 28th midnight.

Event is limited to 40 total Scouts (shooters)

The Cub Scout will earn the Shooting Sports patch and receive it at the event..

Due to BSA regulations, Lions cannot participate in this event!


  • 11:30 am-11:55 am– Check-In/Registration 
  • 11:55 am-12 PM—Pledge, Scout Oath and Law (Led by Cub Scouts)
  • 12:00 pm—12:45 am—Safety Training
  • 12:45 am—1:00 pm—Break and divide boys into groups
  • 1:00 pm—1:30 pm—Groups on Range
  • 1:30 pm—2:00 pm–Groupson Range
  • 2:00 pm—2:30 pm–Groups  on Range
  • 2:30 pm—3:00 pm – Pass out Patches and dismiss

We need parents to attend and assist. There is no charge for the adults.

For more info about the Linden Sportmen's Club click here.

Questions?  Contact Kelsey Maser at

(810) 210-4374

BSA Chainsaw Safety Training Course – Rota-Kiwan

Get certified to safely operate a chainsaw, fell, limb and buck trees. Must be able to lift at least 40 pound. Please watch video before attending the course. Wear long pants and bring a pair of leather work gloves that fit well. The class will spend a majority of the time outside so dress weather appropriate.