Silver Beaver Class Announcement & Dinner Registration
Scout Show Save the Date
Additional Programs and News
Exclusive Recruiting Event
District Spring Camporees
Camp Work Days/Beaver Days
Trinity Solar Unit Fundraiser
National, Local, & International News
Scouting in Connecticut
Safety Moment: Food Allergies
According to Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), one in every 13 children has a food allergy. Every 3 minutes, a food-allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room. And while the responsibility for management of a food allergy lies with the individual or the individual’s parent or guardian, all of us need to be ready to assist in preventing — or helping in response to — a reaction.
As you know membership drives our movement. From den meetings in your hometown to filling tents at your favorite camp, membership is a pinnacle piece of our program. We are happy to report that for the third month in a row our Council posted membership growth! On top of that, we rank top 10% nationwide in membership growth percentage, unit growth percentage, and total units! We want to thank all of our Scouts, Scouters, and staff for all of their hard work in making it their mission to positively impact a growing number of youth within our program. We can’t wait to see what comes next! Share far and wide! Come and join a safe, fun, and robust program here in Connecticut. Let’s keep it going!
Sportsman Merit Badge Day @ Workcoeman May 14th
Sportsman Merit Badge Day 8:30am-4:30 pm (Lunch Included)
Scouts BSA Members will have the opportunity to select to participate in a badge from the following list:
The Silver Beaver Award is the highest award the Council can give to a volunteer. This year's class was chosen by the awards committee from applications sent by the recipients' peers on their behalf. We are proud to present the Silver Beaver to these individuals. Join us at the Dinner on May 19th! More information and registration can be found by clicking the button below.
Announcing the CRC Council-wide Scout Show! Coming this Fall!
On October 21st-23rd, 2022 hundreds of Scouts will descend on the Haddam Neck Fairgrounds and take part in the Council-wide fall camporee. The theme, patches, and more details to come soon. The committee is working hard to make it a can't miss event. Cubs, Scouts BSA, and all Scouts & Scouters are invited. Questions or want to help, contact Mike Rutty at email@example.com
Looking ahead to the fall of 2023 the council has gone all-in on a giant territory-wide camporee historically called MassJam. Mark it down in your calendars for Columbus Day Weekend October 2023. It will be held on Cape Cod's Barnstable fairgrounds. For information check out the website by clicking the button below. We will be joining councils from across the territory to help staff, coordinate, and bring participants.
NYLT(National Youth Leadership Training) is BSA’s premier youth leadership development program at the Council level. It’s an exciting 6-day program designed for youth to learn leadership skills that will help them succeed in Scouting and in life.
2022 Tschitani Lodge Picnic- Tschitani Lodge Game-Show-A-Palozza Picnic Sunday, May 22 from Noon - 3:30 pm at Camp Mattatuck, Plymouth, CT Cost: $20 per person. Please arrive between Noon-12:30 pm. Park in the main parking lot and you will be directed to check-in and activities. There will be a Patch Auction and the Lodge Trading Post will be open. Sign up HERE!
Order of the Arrow - June Tschitani Lodge Inductions & Fellowship Weekend. @ Camp Mattatuck, Plymouth CT
We are working dilligently to put together a contingent from our Council to send to the jamboree. Please register on the national site first if your Scout is interested. We are close to finalizing plans. The link is below.
Popcorn sale 2022! Enjoy our popcorn opener to start the 2022 sale. We have teamed up with Trail's End Popcorn again to provide a great fundraising option for Scouts! We have updated the popcorn page on the site complete with dates, information, and signing up for this years sale. Popcorn funds nearly half of our packs programs for the year so if your unit is not selling this easy turn key fundraiser then your Scouts are missing out.https://ctscouting.org/popcorn/
Trinity Solar Unit Fundraiser
Dear Troop/Unit Leaders-
As a way to raise funds and create a way for your scouts and families to understand the importance of renewable energy, we have set up a partnership with Trinity Solar.
If you are involved in any Earth Day activities or events in your community, consider having the scouts ask homeowners if they would like to learn more about how clean, renewable energy can help them save money while supporting the scouts.
By having a homeowner sit with a Trinity Solar pro to review their options, Council receives a contribution for $100. $50 will go to the troop/unit/pack that referred the homeowner.
If the homeowner is interested and decides to have a system installed, Council receives $1000 when the installation is complete. $500 of that is given to the troop that brought in the lead.
It is simple:
Scouts earn money
Council earns money
Homeowner saves money
Environment has a positive impact.
Attached is a sign-up sheet that can be used to collect names and addresses of homeowners that would like to talk to Trinity.