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BRMC brings Scouting to life! See all the exciting events Blue Ridge Mountains Council has to offer Scouts of all ages.
For all Cub Scouts through-out the Blue Ridge Mountains Concil. Stay in heated cabins, enjoy the weather, and learn valuable skills. Open to first 100 Scouts.
This training experience will provide leaders of all Scout programs with the basic outdoor skill information needed to start a Scouting program right. This is the required outdoor training for all Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters.
Come "Squaching in Alaska" as you demonstrate your Scout skills as done in old-time Klondike Derbys!
Baden Powell began Wood Badge training in 1919 as a way to ensure that the leaders of Scout troops were properly trained. Since then, Wood Badge has been held worldwide, providing advanced leadership training to thousands of Scout leaders.
By taking Wood Badge, Scouters will acquire valuable tools such as listening, communicating, conflict management, project planning and leading change.
Baden Powells's vision of Boy Scouting was centered on the patrol method and youth leadership. Having well-trained leadership within your troop or crew is an important part of providing agood experience for everyone involved. National Youth Leadership Training program (NYLT) provides youth leaders with valuable leadership and training experience.
NYLT teaches Scouts leadership skills and challenges them tothink about what it means to be a leader.