News & Events
The Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America’s Executive Board honored Robert E. Thomas at the April Executive Board Meeting.
The NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award was presented to John Points by the Council President Hans Helmerich and Scout Executive/CEO Bill Haines.
Larry Bahler received his 60 year pin during the Indian Nations Council’s recent Executive Board Meeting for his service to Scouting.
An important part of this transition and the success of any Scout is attending summer camp in his first year. In order to engage Scouts and encourage them to stay involved Hale Scout Reservation has developed a special promotion for brand new Scouts.
Bring their camp card in to the Tulsa Scout Shop on May 10, 2014 and get an additional 15% off of your camping gear and sign up for Summer Camp!
The Indian Nations Council Annual Charter Renewal ceremony took place this week.
Just in time for all your Easter Candy sweets and gifts! The Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America will host a SweetShop event on Saturday April 5, 2014 from 7:00 am- 9:00 pm at Russell Stover Candies.
The merit badge will cover the history of mining, explore the status of mining in the 21st century, introduce Scouts to modern mining careers and explore the all-important topic of mining safety. Mining in Society, like the already-popular Welding merit badge, is another STEM-focused merit badge that will help introduce Scouts to real-world careers that are actively hiring.
Often described as “the best all-around guide to outdoor adventure on the market today,” the Fieldbook is your go-to manual.
CS2N offers free training and resources specifically for Boy Scouts earning the Boy Scout Robotics Merit Badge.