Important Dates: Photo Contest, Anniversary Month, More

  • 2017 Photo Contest: Deadline is TOMORROW, Jan. 31

Scouts and Scout leaders of all ages are welcome to participate in our annual Photo Contest. Dig through those digital files, cameras, and cell phones and send us your best. Show off what your Scouts are doing in your community, or simply impress us with Montana’s splendid nature. There are prizes for the top three youth and the top three adult entries as well as one Grand Prize winner (youth or adult) – and of course there’s “extra credit” for those showing Scouts in BSA uniform. MORE

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  • Scout Anniversary Month: Starting Wednesday, February 1

Anniversary Month Contest kicks off the month of February! Mark your calendar! Units can earn the purple Honor Unit ribbon by completing any two of the listed activities during the month.

Additional activities this year include creating a short video! These accomplishments are fun and an amazing way to show off Scouting in Montana. MORE

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  • A Scout is Reverent: Scout Sunday February 5 and Scout Sabbath is Feb. 10

The Boy Scouts of America designates the Sunday that falls before February 8 (Scouting Anniversary Day) as Scout Sunday, which is the primary date to recognize the contributions of young people and adults to Scouting. Find out more about Scout Sunday and Scout Sabbath.

Scout Sunday 2017, Scout Sabbath 2017 and Scout Jumuah 2017: Everything you need to know

  • RSVP for Eagle Report to the State by February 8

Montana Council 2016 Eagle Scouts and Silver Award recipients: mark your calendars for February 11, 2017 for the annual Eagle Report to the State. You and your family will have a chance to have your picture taken with Governor Bullock, tour the Capitol, and enjoy lunch with Eagle Scouts from across Montana. Sponsored by Montana Council’s National Eagle Scout Association (NESA.) More information will be provided in the near future.

Contact: Jack Sherick | jack_diane@charter.net | 406-452-1545.

Find out More about Eagle Report to the State.