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New Email Address for Lisa Woody

Posted on Nov 18 2015 - 5:45pm

Due to technical challenges with her old email, Lisa Woody is switching IMMEDIATELY to a new email address:

IMPORTANT REMINDER: Giving Scouts rides to/from events ....

Posted on Nov 13 2015 - 1:44pm

Remember the BSA medical forms you filled out for your son? One one of those, you gave permission for your son to ride with: 

Cooking MB Workshop Session 1

Posted on Nov 11 2015 - 7:27pm

Cooking MB is Eagle-required. Some T840 Cooking MB Counselors will begin teaching this MB in workshop format on Wednesday, November 18. If you are interested, register here. Priority will be given to those who are closer to Eagle; younger Scouts may not get priority even if they register early. 

Circle Ten Council Ethan Giving Tree Program

Posted on Nov 8 2015 - 12:42pm

A Scout is HELPFUL! There are Scouts in need; this is T840's opportunity to HELP! 

All three Scout Shops that serve the Circle Ten Council will be providing an opportunity for the Scouting community to help local Scout members who may be in need of uniforms and uniform items
This help will be done through The Ethan Giving Tree program starting November 14 through December 19, 2015. The Ethan Giving Tree program works on a donation basis. An Ethan tree (similar to an Angel tree) will be set up at the John D. Murchison, Bobby Lyle -Billy Gamble and the Museum Scout Shop’s with Ethan cards on it. Each card will have the first name of the Scout along with the uniform items that they need. There will also be a space for other items they may want such as books, crafts, camping items, etc. Customers and Scout supporters can purchase the item(s) in their local Scout Shop and give them to the store staff to collect for each child. 

We will keep the name of the individual(s) confidential. Only the store staff will have access to the Scout’s name and your contact information. A code will be issued that will match a card in the safe that will have your contact information, so as the donations are collected store staff will contact you so arrangements for pickup can be made.

To see more details plus the form for requesting assistance, click here

Upcoming OA Events

Posted on Nov 8 2015 - 12:34pm
  • 11/19: Monthly Satank Chapter native American meeting at VRBC

Contact Information UPDATED for Eagle Project Workbook

Posted on Nov 7 2015 - 1:22pm

The Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook No. 512-927, October 2015, has been updated in several ways: 

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