The Upper Cumberland District serves Clay, Jackson, Overton and Putnam Counties in the Eastern Service Area.
Dr. Stephen Johns
Clay, Jackson, Overton, and Putnam Counties
|16||Scoutmaster Position Specific Training|
|28||District Committee Meeting|
|4||Commissioner Staff Meeting
|25||District Committee Meeting|
|2||Commissioner Staff Meeting
|7||Eagle Board of Review|
|23||District Committee Meeting|
|6||Commissioner Staff Meeting
|27||District Committee Meeting|
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturers of the Upper Cumberland, please prepare to embark upon the 2013 Scout-A-Palooza! This is an event for all Scouts. Everyone gets to hang out, have fun, and share their Scout skills with each other. The theme of the weekend is pioneering, so start practicing your lashing now! Can you build a monkey bridge? A merry-go-round? A tripod? Pioneering projects are a fun way to develop outdoor survival skills. You will love the Scout-A Palooza. Bring the whole gang!
Time To Go Camping
June is the beginning of summer, and that means camping! If you have a Cub Scout, or are a Cub Scout leader, then you know that Day Camp is almost here, and you need to get every Cub you can to get on down to Happy Haven Childrens’ Home, where the UC Day Camp is being held. I don’t know if you’ve heard, it’s kind of a hush hush deal, but the theme is “Special Ops”. There is going to be some crazy theme-related activities and displays, not to mention the classic stuff that every boy wants like BB guns, archery, sports, scavenger hunts, and water activities. Send ‘em to camp, and have the evening to yourself, because they are going to sleep early after the hard day of playing they are going to have – not just one day, but ALL WEEK. Once you try Day Camp, you will definitely want to continue the experience with Cub or Webelos resident camp at Camp Boxwell’s Cubworld.
Boy Scout parents and leaders know that Summer Camp is the most important activity of the year for their boys. Whether you are a Craig or Stahlman fan, you love the boat harbor, the swimming, the shooting, the food, and definitely the hilarious antics of the camp staff! Scoutmasters, you may enjoy lounging and napping back at camp, or you may be interested in doing some swimming or shooting too.
Whether you have a Cub Scout, or Boy Scout, I hope you are sending him to camp in June, because he really wants to…really.
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