The Indian Nations Council proudly congratulates each and every Scout that has achieved the Rank of Eagle Scout so far in 2016. Each Eagle Scout class is named in honor of an individual who has distinguished themselves through their leadership, commitment and service to the Indian Nations Council and the Boy Scouts of America. This […]
TWENTY New Arrow Boxes built by the Council Shooting Sports Committee have been placed at the Cub Scout Day Camps, Cub World, Webelos Resident Camp, the Cub Scout Archery venue at Mabee Scout Reservation, Hale Scout Reservation, and the Williamson Shooting Sports Complex.
Indian Nations Council Scout Reach Troop 424 headed off to Beckley, West Virginia this Tuesday, June 28th. Troop 424 was selected to attend The Summit this summer through the Scout Reach Summit Scholarship.
Lions, a new Boy Scouts of America pilot program for kindergarten boys, will begin in select Councils on a test pilot basis this fall. For the fall of 2016, the Indian Nations Council has agreed to participate in the Lion Pilot Program initiative. For more information about the program, please visit our Lions webpage…
Most people associate Boy Scouting with outdoor adventure – and with good reason. Scouting is an outdoor program designed to develop character, citizenship and fitness. With the Scout Oath and the Scout Law as a guide, Scouting helps a boy develop into a well-rounded young man.
Through the advancement program, a Scout can progress in rank through achievements, gaining additional knowledge and responsibilities. Earning merit badges provides opportunities for Scouts to be introduced to a lifelong hobby or a rewarding career.
In Boy Scouting, youth take responsibility for the activities of the troop. By planning and organizing activities, they develop teamwork and learn to lead as well as follow. Through the support of parents and other organizations, Scouts develop an awareness and appreciation of their role in their community.