2018 NYLT and Wood Badge Info under the Training tab!
2018 District Pinewood Derby Registration Open! See link under Activities! Car Check in info is on the page as well!
Scoutbook Lite replacing current internet advancement system second quarter 2018.
New BETA “Scouting” Mobile App is available now!
BSA’’s Information Technology Group, along with many volunteer beta testers, are excited to announce a new Mobile App –Scouting.
This free app is available for both iPhone and Android devices. You can download the BETA today. Expect to see bugs and issues, that we would like you to report back to us. This is not a perfect production.
Search for “Scouting BSA” in the APP Store or Google Play and download today!
Scouting is focused on making it easier for youth and their parents to view and track advancement in the Cub Scouting and BoyScouting is focused on making it easier for youth and their parents to view and track advancement in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting programs—as well as youth recognition in the Venturing program.
The app ties to Scoutbook.com and pulls existing advancement data with an enhanced user interface. The ofﬂine capability allows parents and youth (13 and older) the ability to access advancement data anywhere at any time.
The initial release of the app contains the following functions:
Scouting for Food Recap!
Another Scout Week has come and gone, with much success. Thank you to all the units that participated and have shown Scout Spirit! You all should give yourselves a big pat on the back. Doing what you do for our scout’s day in and day out is truly remarkable, and it is making such a difference in the lives of the scouts that we lead.
This Year’s Scouting for Food was a HUGE Success! Thank you to all who participated and weathered the cold. The way that each of the scouting units chose to set up and ask their communities for donations was very impressive! From making mock camp sites to having the scouts shop with the patrons when they were wanting to donate money. Very well done!! While visiting with the Gallatin Valley Food Bank, I was informed that they alone service over 1,400 families in need each month. The District is proud to announce that the Mountain Valley District was able to collect and donate well over 3,000 pounds of food and over $1,800 in funds total. These donations went to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank, the Headwaters Food Bank in Three Forks, The Livingston Food Pantry, and the Gardiner Community Food Bank in Gardner. We all should be extremely proud of all that we were able to give back to the communities that give so much support to us, the Mountain Valley District.
The Scout windows were a lot of fun! Great job to all who participated! A lot of effort and hard work went into creating them, and it really showed! After careful consideration, the following windows were chosen as the winners of the Ice Cream Parties courtesy of the District:
Thank you again, to all the Units that participated in making this year’s Scout Week Such a success!
Units participating this year: Pack/Troop 551, Pack 552, Troop 516, Troop 649, Pack 3650, Troop 636, Pack 3523, Crew 2649, Troop 679, Troop 676, Pack 3526, Crew 2649 and Pack 3524
Here are pictures of Mountain Valley Scouts in action as well as the winning windows!
Mountain Valley District Scout Office
Bozeman, MT 59718
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
LDS Stake Center Bozeman
3rd & Henderson
7 - 8:30 p.m.
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