Boy Scout Family Mud Run - April 11, 2015
What is Wood Badge?
Wood Badge is the most advanced adult leader training available. A Scouter participating in Wood Badge has the opportunity to understand Scouting as a family of interrelated, values-based programs providing age-appropriate activities for youth. It recognizes contemporary leadership concepts and will help the participant discover how they are relevant to the Scouting movement and apply the skills learned as a member of a successful working team. The course will revitalize their commitment to Scouting by sharing in an inspirational experience that provides Scouting with renewed leadership, resulting in a greater youth retention. Many Scouters consider Wood Badge to be a peak experience in their Scouting career.
Who may attend Wood Badge?
Wood Badge is for all Boy Scouts of America volunteers. It has been developed for unit committee, Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, and Venturing leaders, as well as council and district leaders. The course content and leadership principles introduced apply to Scouters of all positions and will provide a common foundation of leadership skills to be used throughout all program areas.
Each Scouter invited to participate in Wood Badge training must be a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America and have completed the courses for their Scout position specific "Trained" patch. They must complete the annual BSA health and medical form. The course size is limited. To request an invitation, please submit the form below with a deposit of $75.00.
Deposit of $75.00 will hold a space for you until July 20, 2015. The Early Bird fee is $245 due by July 20, 2015 and includes an Early Bird Patch. After July 20th the course fee is $275.00. Course fees include food, instructional materials, handouts, course t-shirt and patch, and the Wood Badge Award. Scholarship forms are available upon request. A deposit of $75 must be paid for scholarships to be considered.
Fall Wood Badge
Click Here to download registration flyer for Fall Course 2015, to be turned in to the LHC office.
Wood Badge Information Flyer
Click here to register online for Fall Course 2015
Click Here for Wood Badge Participant Scholarship Assistance Application
For more information for the Fall Wood Badge Course, contact Course Director Eric Yates, EYates@orrprotection.com or (502) 773-3141.
All Day - September 11-13, 2015 @ Camp Crooked Creek
All Day - October 9-11, 2015 @ Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation
~ Both Weekends Required ~
Aqua Base / Venture Crew Challenge
Camp Roy C. Manchester - Pfeffer Scout Reservation
July 12 – July 18
Early Bird Deadline - Extended to March 13th
Get your Scouts' deposits ($40/Scout) postmarked or dropped off to the Council Office by March 13th to receive the $25 off each registration. After March 13th, the fee for summer camp will be $275. You can also make payments online. Call the Council Office if you have any questions. 502-361-2624.
Camp programs provide numerous opportunities for Scouts to earn merit badges along their advancement trail. Nobody offers more exhilarating or a wider variety of high adventure for young people than the Boy Scouts of America. Through high adventure experiences, The Boy Scouts of America leaves lasting memories with youth and fosters development in character and leadership.
See details about our Summer Camp Kick-Off and Order of the Arrow Chili Dinner!!
Day Camp is a 5 day experience (generally from 8:30 AM-4:00PM) filled with activities, fun and advancement. Cub Scouts will shoot BB guns and archery, discover nature, practice outdoor skills, learn and play sports, make cool projects, and meet special guests. Day Camp is a great way to beat the “summertime blues!!” Registration deadline is 3 weeks prior to camp.
Day Camp #1 - Dan Boone, Shelbyville KY June 8-12
Day Camp #2 - George Rogers Clark, New Albany, IN June 8-12
Day Camp #3 - Wapiti, Russellville KY June 15-19
Day Camp #4 - Cherokee, Louisville KY June 15-19
Day Camp #5 - Chief Old Ox, Charlestown IN June 15-19
Day Camp #6 - Bernheim, Shepherdsville KY June 15-19
Day Camp #7 - Audubon, Owensboro KY June 15-19
Day Camp #8 - Old Kentucky Home, Bardstown KY June 15-19
Day Camp #9 - Seneca, Louisville KY June 22-26
Day Camp #10 - Dan Boone, Buckner KY June 22-26
Day Camp #11 - Tecumseh, Hopkinsville KY June 22-26
Day Camp #12 - Lincoln Trail, Elizabethtown KY July 6-10
Day Camp #13 - Wapiti, Glasgow, Kentucky July 20-24
Day Camp #14 - Four Rivers, RCM, Twilight Camp July 27-31
Day Camp #15 - Tecumseh, Hopkins HS - Twilight Camp July 13-17
Registration will be available in January 2015 online. Visit the Council Calendar on our website http://lhcbsa.org/pages/content/council-calendar
If you'd like to learn more about the Lincoln Heritage Council's Day Camp, please contact Sarah Flowers at 502-361-2624 or email@example.com . We hope to see you there!
Leader's Guide & Info
Camp Fee Assistance Form
2015 Medical Form
Cub Scout Day Camp Participant Application
Lil' Buddy Day Camp Participant Application
Cub Scout Twilight Camp Application
Lil' Buddy Twilight Camp Application
Be on Day Camp Staff!
Adult Leader Training
Cub Scout Leaders
- Leader Specific (by position) - Online Registration coming soon.
- Webelos Leader Outdoor Training (WLOT) (Harry S. Frazier, Jr & Badgett Scout Reservation) - Online Registration Flyer
- BALOO - Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation Online Registrations - Flyer
Boy Scout Leaders
- Leader Specific at Sam Swope Scout Center - August 22, 2015 - Flyer - Online Registration
- Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills *** Online Registrations
- Leader Specific or New Crew Committee Challenge at Sam Swope Scout Center - August 22, 2015 - Flyer - Online Registration
Advanced Adult Leader Trainings
Some courses are available in the e-Learning section of myscouting.org. A login is required, but anyone may create a user account and view the courses. Registered members of the BSA may provide their member numbers (as part of the user profile) to receive credit.
Leave No Trace - LNT & Wilderness First Aid Dates/Flyer; Green Earth Outdoors - Wilderness First Aid Dates/Flyer; LNT Trainers Course Dates/Flyer
Wilderness and Remote First Aid - See flyer for dates. Online Registration - HSFJSR - March , Online Registration - HSFJSR - April , Online Registration - HSFJSR - October , Online Registration - PSR - March , Online Registration - Tunnel Mill - September
The Fundamentals of Training - flyer - New dates/times TBA
Trainers Edge - flyer - May 16, 2015 - Sam Swope Scout Center - Online Registration
LHC 2015 - NYLT (120 Day Out Staff Trainer's Edge) - March 7th @ 8am - 3pm- Sam Swope Scout Center
Other dates to be announced
Supplemental E-Learning on myscouting.org
The Fundamentals of Training
Safe Swim Defense
Climb On Safely
Other Adult Training Opportunities: see our District Training pages (Unit Commissioners, District Commissioners, Chartered Org Reps), or Shooting Sports.
Youth Trainings can be found on our Youth Training page.
Contact David Sikes - Director of Field Services at 502-400-5364 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or for info on Advance Trainings contact Clint Scharff - Deputy Scout Executive at 502-400-5557 or by email at email@example.com
*** Not required for committee positions
Early bird has been extended to March 13, 2015, due to the new online reservation system, Tentaroo. Login information was sent at the beginning of February to all Unit (Pack, Troop, Crew, Team, Ship) Committee Chairs. Please contact Brandy Koenig at firstname.lastname@example.org with any help logging in. Merit badge registration still opens March 6, 2015 at Midnight, for all Troops who've made their full early bird deposits. Deposits can be made online through the Tentaroo system.
2015 Venture Crew Challenge - Aqua Base
New at Camp! All Venturers are welcome to come and have fun for a week of Venturing specific summer camp fun. Please see the Venture Crew Challenge page for details and registration.
District Events - Please check your District pages and email, if you have plans to attend any upcoming District events (dinners, Pinewood Derby's, Klondikes, Cuborees, Merit Badge days). They are updated often, and if you have registered for an event, you will receive an email if there is any updates.
Camp Cards are Here!! Register your Unit now to sell Camp Cards, and help a Scout go to camp. For those already registered, please contact the Council office if you need more.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR ADDITIONAL UPDATES OR COUNCIL NEWS
This is a short-term camping experience designed to introduce Cubs and their parents to a theme-based, summertime camping experience. It's 3 days and 2 nights of exciting and adventurous activities that will make lifetime memories. Cub Resident Camp is held at the Tunnel Mill Reservation (TMR) in Charlestown, Indiana and Roy C. Manchester in Benton, Kentucky. All Scouts must have a parent or guardian to attend.
Webelos Resident Camp is a short-term camping experience designed to introduce Webelos, their leaders, and their parents to a theme-based, summertime camping experience that will help the Webelos be prepared for a smooth transition into Boy Scouting. It's a memorable 4 days and 3 nights of thrilling and adventurous activities that keep campers excited for months after the closing campfire.
INTERVENTION REPORTING FOR BULLYING, HARASSMENT, AND OTHER UNCIVIL BEHAVIOR
The safety of your scout is the number one priority of the BSA. The BSA Youth Protection Guidelines and barriers to abuse are proven to keep young people safe in Scouting. Every Scout, parent, and volunteer, should be protected from bullying, harassment, improper touching and all other negative behaviors. No one should be threatened, harassed or abused, either verbally or physically in any way. Everyone in Scouting is expected to act in accordance with the Scout Oath & Law at all times.
The Boy Scouts of America and the Lincoln Heritage Council want to assure that there is a safe and protected way to report any of the above negative activities where all involved are treated with dignity and in confidence to the level allowed by law. All Violations of the BSA youth Protection Guidelines should be reported to the Scout Executive, Barry Oxley, immediately at Barry.email@example.com.
If you are being subjected to negative behaviors by anyone, please click on the enter button and let us know. We promise to take fast action to protect you and correct the behavior. Also, it is ok to report to us if you think this might be happening to a fellow Scout or Scouter. We will handle the report carefully with respect to everyone involved.
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