Splash Lake Blue Ridge Mountain Council ? Other Internet Links
Blue Ridge Mountain Council
The Blue Ridge Mountains Council, Boy Scouts of America, includes 21 counties and nine cities in southwest and south central Virginia with council headquarters located in Roanoke, Va. A total of 33 full-time and six part-time employees, nearly 6,000 volunteers, over 300 local charter organizations, 470 Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops and Venturing crews provide quality Scouting experiences for over 16,000 youth and families each year.
For more information on the council and council events please visit www.bsa-brmc.org
Pack 418 is a part of the Big Lick District (see highlighted area in map below)
Pack Photo Gallery Online
Our Pack 418 Photo Gallery is online at http://photos.camp418.com. For the password, to access the photos, please ask
Chris or one of your den leaders. Also please feel free to submit your pictures, for
inclusion online, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Pack Home - more than just a meeting place
Our pack home
is Penn Forest Worship Center "A Ministry of the Wesleyan Church"
www.pfwc.net, We are always thankful
for our the terrific facilities and the support the church provides Cub Scout
Pack 418, as well as Boy Scout Troop 418. The members of Penn Forest
Worship Center, including Pastor Myron, have
opened their doors and hearts to all of our scouting families.
Other Web Links
District website. http://www.bsa-brmc.org/biglick.htm This is a good reference for upcoming events sponsored by the district.
Fast Start Training. http://www.olc.scouting.org/ Complete the Cub Scout leader and youth protection training
http://www.cubmaster.org/ This is a great website for just about everything.
http://www.boyscouttrail.com/ This site is packed with helpful information.
http://usscouts.org/advancementTOC.asp#cub for a quick reference. It also has each of the belt loops listed and their requirements. http://usscouts.org/advance/cubscout/academics.asp (academic belt loops) and http://usscouts.org/advance/cubscout/sports.asp (sports belt loops). It also has a lot of great ideas for meetings.
Another all around helpful site. http://www.geocities.com/~pack215/
There are a couple of "extra" badges that each scout can earn. The Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award, Emergency preparedness award, Leave No Trace award and World Conservation award. These are above and beyond the achievements in the handbook. You may review the requirements on this page. http://usscouts.org/advance/cubscout/specialops.asp Please note: Some of the awards listed on this page are not offered in our area.