1. How much does Scouting cost?
Dues are $180 / Year, and a one time $25 registration fee which includes BSA registration fees, Handbook, Neckerchief, materials, and supplies.
In addition, there are one-time uniform costs.
Of course, these costs may be offset by unit fundraising and other available scholarship funds.
2. When and how often do Scouts meet?
Meeting times and locations vary. Typically, though, units meet weekly or bi-weekly during the school year and less frequently during the summer. Each individual Den will work to set a meeting location and schedule that is convenient for its members.
3. Can special needs children get involved with Scouting?
Absolutely! Scouting seeks to provide the positive outcomes of character development and leadership skills for all eligible youth. Since its founding in 1910, the BSA has guided young men and women of all abilities down their path to success. Based on the individual needs and circumstances involved, unit leadership will work with a child’s parents to ensure a challenging and rewarding Scouting experience.
4. How do I sign up to be a volunteer?
Thank you for your interest in volunteering! There is nothing more rewarding than helping young people take their first steps down the path to success. It’s easy to get started! Simply complete an adult application and submit it, along with the $72 annual registration fee, to your unit’s leadership. We will guide you step-by-step through the process.
*Registration fee may be covered by the pack if funds permit.
6. How do I sign my child up for Scouting?
You’ve made a great choice to explore the fun and adventure of Scouting! To get started, simply complete a youth application and submit it, along with the $90 annual registration fee, to your unit’s leadership. We will guide you step-by-step through the process