Not Too Late to Join a Scout Unit!
We want every youth to have the chance to be a Scout because research shows that youth who are in Scouts for 5 or more years are ultimately happier, healthier, kinder, and spend more time outside. What parent doesn't want that for their child! Get the word out to your friends, their children, and anyone who may be looking for a positive community not just for their child, but also because parents need friends too. It isn't too late! You can start buidling character any time of the year, and units are just ramping up for an amazing year of Scouting adventure for any child, boy or girl, starting Kindergarden through High School.
Call or email Daniel King at the office for more informnation or to ask him to provide applications. (406) 586-0272.
Having trouble finding the RECHARTING Log-in? Here you go!
Cub Scout Uniform Discount Coupon - 25% off when top and bottom are purchased together.
Cub Scout Aquatic's Night was a Success!
Cub scouts had a great time at the Aquatics night at the Swim Center November 2nd. We had 66 cub scouts participating. Many thanks to our swim leaders: Frances Heppler, Julie Evans, Annika Lawrence and Julia Johnson (Venture girls), Chase Heap, Greg and Julia Gilpin, Diane Stovall, and Jason and Betsy who helped with check in and pictures. Thanks also to the Swim Center-their life guards, and to Madison Swanson. The scouts learned how to be safe around water and on boats, reach and throw techniques on how to rescue someone in the water, how to get a properly fitting life jacket, but most of the time was spent in the water learning swimming skills. The boys and girls were able to earn their swimming adventure for their ranks. It was a wonderful event!
Off to CAMP Planning starts NOW!
Even though Summer is a few seasons away, now is the time to plan your CAMPING experience. Scouts who get a week-long camping experience are more likely to advance in Scouts, get the most out of the Scouting program, and simply have the most fun. Here are some things to think about as you plan your next major camping experience:
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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