This month we would like to highlight the outstanding efforts of Pack 1’s Assistant Cubmaster Kelsie Tilman.
Over the past few months, Kelsie has gone above and beyond to ensure the each of the Pack’s dens are meeting and advancing. She put together packets for each Scout to ensure they had all the supplies they needed to #ScoutOn.
Please join us in thanking Kelsie for everything she does for Scouting!
Boy Scouts of America CEO Roger Mosby has a message from you, watch his video:
Now more than ever, social distancing protects us, but Scouting connects us.
And that is why we are excited to invite ALL American families to join us in a National Camp-In on May 2nd – a nationwide day of virtual adventures, skill-building, service, and of course, camping, that we hope will provide a respite of fun for families. I encourage you to attend, and I ask that you also invite neighbors and friends to do the same because we all know that everybody can benefit.
Families can count on the Boy Scouts of America to help make the most of the time we have together, but we are also the organization that will stand shoulder to shoulder with others in times of need.
Since we are all using more technology, I thought the new Cub Scout Belt loop, Protect Yourself Rules Preview Adventure, would be of interest.
The Protect Yourself Rules Preview Adventures may be used as an elective adventure OR they may be earned in place of the Cyber Chip requirement for the Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos, and Arrow of Light badges of rank.
Courageous men and women are putting their personal health and safety at risk every day to make sure we have essential needs. Their jobs range from healthcare employees and emergency services to people handling groceries and delivering packages.
It’s important to say thank you and demonstrate that the Montana Scouting community cares and appreciates their brave actions.
Here’s how you can help:
Make a short video (5 to 10 seconds) of a Scout or Scouter in uniform saying thank you and send it to us. We will edit them together and share the video out to as large an audience as possible.
Here is an example of the kind of message we are looking for:
· “(Your name) (Your Unit) (City) Thank you, _ for keeping our community safe.”
· “Thank you for your hard work and service from (Unit) (City).”
Or even a simple, “Thank you!”
When possible, record videos in quiet, well-lit areas. Please shoot horizontal videos. Multiple Scouts when siblings are ok, but units should NOT get together. Please also include the spelling of the Scout or Scouter’s name at the end of the video (after a brief pause) or in the email.