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In this edition:

  • Scouts and Political rallies
  • Aviation Merit Badge Workshops 
  • Wood Badge
  • Scouting for Food
  • STEM Day
  • Council Calendar for Sale
  • Haunt-O-Ree & Haunted Trails
  • Camp T-Shirt day
  • OA Lodge Corner
  • Rechartering
  • And more....

Scouting in Connecticut

Can packs, troops or crews participate in political rallies?


Virtual Aviation Merit Badge Workshops

Workshop Dates:

Saturday, Nov 21st

Saturday, Dec 12th


    Wood Badge is advanced Scout leader training that began in 1919 by Lord Baden-Powell, founder of Scouting and Wood Badge’s first director. It came to America in 1948 and has been updated to reflect current BSA policies and programs. Incorporating the best techniques available, Wood Badge has become the most advanced leadership training course in Scouting!  For leaders at all levels! 

    Wood Badge Information
    Scouting for Food

    For many communities, this annual service project is around the corner.  To be flexible, we have created a Scouting for Food landing page.  It's complete with Scouting for Food Bag request forms, how to's, report card, service hour reporting, and much more. Check it out in the link below. 

    Scouting for Food
    More Information

    Council Calendar

    A 12 month calendar with pictures representing everything about Scouting in Connecticut Rivers Council. Buy a calendar and support Scouting locally. All 3 camps are featured and buy now because we have a limited supply. Also includes one free raffle ticket for a John Deere Tractor! 


    Join us for STEM Day - Saturday, November 7th

    Camp Mattatuck presents STEM Merit Badge Day! STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. This program aims to give Scouts an opportunity to branch out into different aspects of the STEM program. Each day will run from 8:45am - 4:15pm. The program will feature the ability for scouts to earn STEM related merit badges in a day. 

    More Information
    Camp Mattatuck - October 31st
    Rechartering Online

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    Connecticut Rivers Council

    60 Darlin St, East Hartford
    CT 06108 United States

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