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DISCLAIMER: THE BELOW SCHEDULE IS THE CURRENT PLAN BUT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE REVIEW OFTEN FOR CHANGES.
August 1 - Everything You Want to Know About Family Scouting
“Catch the Adventure” recruitment night scheduled for Sept. 13
For Cub Scout & Boy Scout leaders & Parents
Sept. 5 - Volunteer Recruitment and Succession Planning
FOS and Charter Packet break-outs instead of Cub & Boy Scouts
For Cub Scout & Boy Scout leaders, FOS presenters and whoever does charters
Oct. 3 - Bobcat Night–Get Your Badges Here! And also learn how to run a den meeting.
For new den leaders, scouts needing the Bobcat badge and any interested parents. Lions are also welcome.
OKPIK – What the heck is that? and Map reading and Orienteering – A paper map?
For the Boy Scouts and Leaders
Nov. 7 - Outdoor Cooking for Cub Scouts
For Cub Scout Leaders & Parents
Spring Camporee Planning: Themes & Locations
All Boy Scouts are invited to participate
Merit Badge Counselor training
For any interested Merit Badge Counselors – You really should do this!
Dec. 5 - Aurora Fire Museum Field Trip – Meeting at the Fire Museum, 53 N. Broadway, 7:00
Find out about our own Explorer Post 99 sponsored by the Aurora Fire Department
Get information regarding the Fire Safety Merit Badge
Jan. 9 - PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE – THIS IS THE 2ND WEDNESDAY
It’s Not Too Cold to Think About Camping!
Day Camp information for Cub Scouts
Boy Scout Camps – Camp Freeland Leslie, NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training),
and perhaps other favorite camps. Bring your favorite to discuss.
Spring Camporee Planning: Station planning
For Cub Scout & Boy Scout leaders and camp coordinators
Feb. 6 - Did You Miss the Training Academy Midway?
This is our Mini Midway with lots of ideas for scout adventures
For Cub Scout & Boy Scout leaders
Mar. 6 - A Scout is Helpful – Service Project and Eagle Project suggestions
We will have organizations here to give you suggestions for LOTS of projects!
Spring Camporee Planning: Finalization
For Cub Scout & Boy Scout leaders and Boy Scouts needing a project.
April 3 - Explore Native American Culture – How it fits in with the Scouting program
Schingoethe Center of Aurora University
Mascoutin Society of Chicagoland promoting Native Cultures andO. A. Ceremonies
May 1 - Dutch-Oven-Palooza (defined in the Urban dictionary as: an all-out crazy party; partying at one place with a ton of people like there’s no tomorrow)
OK, so it might not be THAT crazy, but bring your special Dutch Oven dish or a dish to pass if you haven’t figured out the Dutch Oven thing yet.
You will also need a camp chair, mess kit, or plate, cup, and utensils.