We're Getting Ready To Collect the Voices of Scouts, Parents & Volunteers
As part of a national Boy Scout of America program, the New Birth of Freedom Council is excited to announce their participation in the Voice of the Scout. With over four million members nationally, this program is being adopted as a key way to collect experiences and deliver upon the expectation of members as they participate in Scouting. Beginning mid-March, parents, Scouts & Venturers over 14, volunteers and chartered organizations will begin seeing surveys delivered into their e-mail in-boxes for Voice of the Scout. The surveys have been designed to be very brief, but will give needed insight into the ...
All Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, and Boy Scouts are invited to attend. An exclusive discounted ticket package is now available for all Scouts, family members, adult leaders, and friends. Tickets can be purchased in the upper level end zone for only $45 per person (normally $67.50) or in the upper level sideline at the 20-yard line for just $65 per person (normally $82.50). The first 250 Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, or Girl Scouts signed up to attend will receive a free Scout Day at Beaver Stadium patch.
The deadline to order tickets is Friday, August 8 at 5 pm. The Troop/Pack who brings the most people will receive a group photo following the game on September 6. All Scouts and adult leaders are encouraged to wear Class A uniforms to the game to increase the likelihood of appearing on the Beaver Stadium scoreboards during the game. All Troops/Packs signed up will get a welcome message on our new scoreboards during the game. For groups of 20 or more who would like to sit together, please call Lowell Berg with Penn State Athletics at 814-863-1124 to order via telephone, or submit one order form for your group.
Who: Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and Cub Scouts in Pennsylvania and bordering states
What: The 2nd Annual Scout Day at Beaver Stadium – Penn State Football vs. Akron
Where: Beaver Stadium, State College, PA
When: Saturday, September 6, Time TBA
Trying to find great deals on Hersheypark tickets for this summer? Look no further than the New Birth of Freedom Council’s website for some awesome prices!
Scouting groups, along with families and friends, can take advantage of special on-line pricing on Hersheypark one-day passes through the council’s website. These ticket discounts are only available through the council’s website. These tickets purchased on-line through the council’s website can be used for ALL of Hersheypark’s 2014 summer season dates!
One-day ticket prices available through this program are as follows:
And starting today, you’re getting a streamlined version of the BSA health forms and an easier-to-use website to accompany them. The site is the result of several BSA teams (professionals and volunteers) joining forces to make this process a painless one for you and other Scouters.
The Annual Health and Medical Record (hereafter AHMR) comes in several flavors, and until now some Scouters and parents found it a little difficult to determine which version of the AHMR they or their Scout/Venturer needed.
Taking your Cub Scouts on a local tour or your Boy Scouts on a two-night camping trip? The forms you’ll need are different from those required on a camping trip lasting more than 72 hours.
Visiting the Florida Sea Base, Northern Tier, Philmont or the Summit? Be sure to print off some additional information to give your doctor.
It’s all spelled out for you on the new site. Figuring out which forms you need is a snap thanks to logos, clear language and so-big-you-can’t-miss-’em buttons you’ll click to download the proper form.
Effective January 1, 2014, the Mechanicsburg and York Scout Shops can no longer accept personal credit cards or personal checks for Tax Exempt unit purchases per Pennsylvania State Tax Law.
In order for a purchase at the Scout Shop to be tax exempt, it must be purchased by:
- Unit Check
- Unit Debit Card or Unit Credit Card
- Unit Gift Card
- Unit Account
We apologize for any inconvenience and late notice of this change.
Did you know being an Eagle Scout qualifies you for numerous college scholarships? This year the National Eagle Scout Association will award 150 scholarships to Eagle Scouts through various Eagle Scout scholarship funds. These scholarships vary in size from $1,000 to $50,000.
The scholarships are for tuition, room, board, and books only, and are limited to use at a four-year accredited college or university that offers at least a bachelor’s degree upon completion of the course of studies.
Visit http://www.nesa.org/scholarships.html for a list of available scholarships. Be sure to check out the other links on the same page for religious, civic and institution-specific scholarships that Eagle Scouts are also eligible for.