TULSA, Okla. – The Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America, is proud to announce the official launch of Jack Zink High Adventure Base (ZBASE). Spearheaded by the Zink Family Foundation and the Indian Nations Council, ZBASE has begun construction at Zink Scout Ranch in Skiatook, Oklahoma.
We are looking for designs for the 2016 Memorial Day Floral Haven Avenue of Flags participation patch. The creator of the winning design will be given a $250 camper scholarship for use at any Indian Nations Council camp program. For more information, please read more.
Broken Arrow Troop 3 presents an “Introduction to Disabilities Awareness and Scouting” at the Twin Arrows District Roundtable at Heritage United Methodist Church on April 14 at 7:00 PM. We would like to invite anyone who wants to know more about disabilities and Scouting to attend.
Grab your Scouting family and friends, and head to the Scout Shop to take advantage of exclusive 25% savings on all regular-priced camp gear, explore the ultimate selection of authentic BSA® camp gear, learn how to expertly fit a backpack and pick up invaluable info on how to pack and prepare for camp.
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.