The online Internet Rechartering Portal is now open for Units to start the recharter process for 2015. Units will need a copy of the recharter packet, which includes important information and access codes needed to log into the system. If you did not pick up your recharter packet at the last Roundtable, please contact the Registrar, or your District or Unit Commissioner, or District Executive. All Charters must be completed and turned in with payment by December 12, 2014.
Register Today for the Ten Commandments Hike II in the Borough of Manasquan, NJ, on Friday, November 28, 2014.
The Hike, which is open to all Scouts and their families, begins at 9 a.m. and will include visits to several houses of worship to allow participants to see the unique differences of communities and houses of worship. Scouts may be able to use this activity to fulfill advancement or religious medal requirements.
Pre-registration is preferred and guarantees the availability of the commemorative patch ($2) that day.
Get all the necessary and updated information about the 2015 summer camp program on December 3, 2014 at 7 PM at the Council Service Center.
Forestburg/Quail Hill Summer Staff Interview Dates:
December 27, 2014 & February 7, 2015
Monmouth Council Service Center
Call (732) 536-2347 ext. 10, to schedule your appointment.
Looking for summer employment in a friendly camp environment?
- Various paid positions are currently available: Ages 15 and Up.
- Counselors In Training (CIT): 14 yrs. old, minimum two week commitment unpaid volunteer position.
- Quail Hill: Program Director, Scout Craft Director, Games Director, Aquatic Director, Archery Director, Health Officer, Area Staff members, & Counselors (age requirements differ by position).
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Boy Scout Section
(off) Schoolhouse Lane, Monroe, NJ
Check-in: 7:00 AM
Opening: 8:15 AM
Start: 8:30 AM
Stations: Devils Canyon, Fire or Freeze (Fire Building), Flag Raising, Knots, Ice Rescue (First Aid), Compass, Ski Race, and Fun Station
Sled Info: All wood – no skis – no wheels – no bamboo
Who: Open to all Boy Scouts, Webelos Scouts, and Scouters
Questions or if you Want to help:
Serge Martynovych or Jeffrey Rumen
Bring: Each Scout brings (2) cans of soup, one for the Klondike Stew that we all share (no creamed soups please) and one for our canned food drive. A collection for The Wounded Warrior Project will be taken.
All Eagle Scouts that earned the rank of Eagle in 2014 are encouraged to apply for the 2014 Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award. The award recognizes leadership and valuable service of an exceptional nature by a Scout to a religious institution, a school, community, or other entity. Each year, local councils select a council-level winner, and from that pool, each region selects a region-level winner. A national winner is then selected from the four regional finalists.
Download an application and submit with a copy of Eagle Project Workbook to:
Attn: Charles Spitz, Awards Committee, Monmouth Council, BSA, 705 Ginesi Drive, Morganville, NJ, 07751.
For more information about NESA and the award visit: www.nesa.org
Klondike Derby challenges Webelos and Boy Scouts in a variety of tasks from fire building and teamwork to first-aid and problem solving. Scouts work in patrols that travel across the frozen tundra to different “towns” to complete their tasks, earning points on teamwork, efficiency of task, and timing.
When: January 17, 2015
Time: Check-in at: 8 a.m.
Where: Quail Hill Scout Reservation
Cost: $8.00 per participant
To register and for more information go to: http://tlklondike.comli.com/
The Conclave for Scouts working on the Ad Altare Dei Catholic Award will be held Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Our Lady of Mercy Church in the Parish Hall (Corner of Pine & Harrison Streets) in Englishtown, NJ. The program begins and ends at Parish Hall. Participants will walk to the Church for stations of the cross, presentation of prayers and blessing. Scouts will also receive information about the Board of Review in January.
Scouts must dress in full “Class A” Uniform and bring the following: lunch/drink, Ad Altare Dei workbook, pen/pencil, notepad, a $5 for donation to the church. Bibles are not needed and all other materials will be provided.
No pre-registration is necessary. Adults are welcome to attend all or part of the day.
For questions please contact Catholic Committee Chairman Fred Stringer.
It’s not too late to participate in the Twin Lights District Winterburg event at Forestburg Scout Reservation, February 13-15, 2015. There are no cabins left, but there are plenty of camp sites for those cold weather loving campers! Cost: $10 per Scout, $5 per adult. Activities include: Sled Races, Curling, Broom Hockey, Model Rocket Launch, Snow Shelter Contest, Rifle & Shotgun Ranges and more. Please submit headcounts and payments to Monmouth Council by Dec. 19, 2014.
Don’t miss “Breakfast with Santa” on Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 8 a.m. – Noon at the Long Branch Elks Lodge, Memorial Parkway at Garfield Ave., Long Branch, NJ. Tickets are $10 per person (25% group discount by Dec. 1) and include an All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast, Candy Canes & Crafts, Advancement Opportunities for Cub Scouts, and a chance to take your own Photo with Santa!
The event is open to all Scouting families, friends and the community and is sponsored by the NESA & Scouting Alumni Associations. Proceeds benefit Monmouth Council, BSA.
For tickets and information email Dan Dunn or call 732-986-3207.
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You can make a difference to a hungry neighbor in your community.
As an organization, the Boy Scouts of America has made a strong effort to help disadvantaged communities through a food drive called “Scouting for Food”. Since 1988, scouts have been participating in this national good turn. Millions of containers of food are collected annually and help provide needed food to local communities to help fight hunger. Scouting for Food bags are available at the Council Service Center.
November is traditionally Scouting for Food Month, but we encourage our Scouting units to collect food year-round to help support local community food banks and outreach organizations.
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