FSR Summer Camp Kick Off
QHSR Summer Camp Open Houses
2015 World Scout Jamboree in Japan

“Gathering of Eagles” Recognition Dinner

All of Monmouth Council Eagle Scouts, who earned their award in 2014, are invited, along with their parents and Scoutmasters to this fabulous evening at Sheraton Eatontown Hotel, 6 Industrial Way East, Eatontown and will begin with a gathering period starting at 6:30 pm on Friday, May 15, 2015.

In addition to the recognition, and dinner, the NESA chapter would like to match each Eagle Scout to a Career Mentor/Sponsor. Could you be that person?

The responsibilities of the career mentor/sponsor are as follows:

  1. Contact the Eagle Scout and try to arrange a date, hopefully prior to or the day of the dinner, to discuss education & career opportunities in the mentor’s field. This date may also involve a tour of the workplace or facility (remember that Youth Protection rules are in effect, and there is no one-on-one contact with any of the Scouts).
  2. Attend the dinner if possible, cost is $45 per person, and seated at the Scout’s table with his parent(s).

The NESA Chapter is developing a database of potential Career Mentor/Sponsors. This will allow us to easily match any Eagle Scout that may attend this year, or any future dinner, with a Career Mentor/Sponsor in a field he is interested in. While we cannot guarantee a match for the upcoming dinner; if a potential match arises we will contact you first to make sure you available. If agreeable, we will then provide you and the Scout with each other’s contact information. Eagle Scouts, non-Eagle Scouts, and women are encouraged to volunteer as a Career Mentor/Sponsor.

NESA Mentor

Posted in Alumni and NESA, Council Activities

Venturing Dodgeball Night

Crew 10 is hosting their first annual Dodgeball Competition. Join us on April 25 at 5 pm to prove your crew is the best! Competition will be held at Sambo MMA / Universal System JW, 712 Ginesi Dr, Morganville, NJ 07751. For more information please see the flyer.

Crew 10 Dodgeball Competition

Posted in Uncategorized, Venturing & Sea Scout Activities | Tagged

Monmouth Council Family Camp 2015

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Where: Quail Hill Scout Reservation
When: Saturday June 13 – Sunday June 14, 2015

Please come out and join us for a fun filled day at Quail Hill Scout Reservation
and participate in a variety of fun Cub Scout activities from 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Camping will take place on the main activity field (right next to the lower parking lots near Lawrence Lodge)

Family Camp Registration & Guidelines

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Posted in Battleground, Cub Scout Activities, Middlesex, Thunderbird, Twin Lights

Monmouth Council Pinewood Derby

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Checkered Flags
Location: Monmouth Mall Speedway (Food Court), 180 NJ-35, Eatontown, NJ 07724
Race Day: May 8th, 2015
Check-in starts at 6:00 PM.
Races start at 7:00 PM.

Council Pinewood Derby Rules

Battleground Klondike 2016 Patch Contest

Hey Battleground Scouts!
Ever want to design a patch for Scouts? Here’s your chance!

We are making plans for the 2016 Battleground Klondike, and need a new patch for the event. What we need is a rough draft of your idea, and if it’s selected, we will have it turned into a great looking patch! To give you an idea of what’s needed, here’s what we started with for the 2015 patch, and what the patch looks like.

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Posted in Battleground, Boy Scout Activities | Tagged

Webelos Woods

2015 Webelos Woods Patch

WHO: All Webelos AND Bears!
Their Leaders & Parents
WHEN: Saturday, May 16 through Sunday, May 17, 2015
Check in begins at 7:30 am Sat. May 16, 2015
WHERE: Quail Hill Scout Reservation
56 LaValley Drive
Manalapan, NJ 07726
SPONSORED BY: Council Activities Committee

Webelos Woods is designed to give First- and Second-year Webelos and Bear Scouts an in-depth preview of Boy Scouting. Webelos Woods reinforces Boy Scout values, skills and FUN!
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Cub Scout Program Change Conference


Ready to learn about the changes coming to the Cub Scout program in June?

Monmouth Council invites all Cub Scout leaders, volunteers, and parents to attend our Cub Scout Adventures Program Update Conference on Sunday, March 29, 2015 from 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM at St. John Vianney High School.

Cub Scout Adventures Program Update Conference Registration

Cub Scout Adventures Program Update Conference flyer

Posted in Advancement, Cub Scout Training, Program Updates

Aqua Camporee – Neptune’s Challenge XXXV


Quail Hill Scout Reservation, June 19-21, 2015

We have an exciting line up of stations and everyone is sure to get wet and have a blast.
All Boy Scout and Webelos patrols are invited.


  • Canoeing and Rowing competition
  • First Aid
  • Armageddon
  • Fun Station
  • Fish Fry
  • Fire on the Water
  • Hoist a Sail
  • Swim Relay
  • Scavenger Hunt – Webelos only
  • Splicing competition – Boy Scouts only
  • Troop and Pack Medleys

Save the date: June 19-21, 2015 and join us for a wet and wild weekend.
Leaders Manual and Registration Forms
Any questions can be sent to the Aqua Chairmen: Joe Zamorski and Ed Myzie

Posted in Boy Scout Activities, Cub Scout Activities, Middlesex

IOLS Spring Training


Registration for the Spring 2015 Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills course is now available.  The course runs April 10-12, 2015.

All Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters must complete IOLS to be registered as a leader in those positions.

IOLS Spring 2015 Flyer and Registration Form

Posted in Boy Scout Training, Venturing Training

Twin Lights Fitness Challenge

What could be better than getting in shape and helping Scouting at the same time? If this sounds like something that you would like, please participate in the Twin Lights Fitness Challenge.

The Fitness Challenge is a program created by the Twin Lights District to encourage our Scouts, Scouters, other volunteers and their families to fulfill the Scout Laws promise to “keep myself physically fit” and at the same time help raise the funds needed to keep Scouting strong in our district. This program is starting at the beginning of the year so that we can take advantage of New Year’s resolutions as well.  So take the challenge and get out there.

For more information please see this guide: Twin Lights Fitness Challenge Participant Guide


Posted in Twin Lights | Tagged