District Recruitment is STRONG!

On the heels of a very successful Cub Scout Recruitment Fair, membership and recruitment in the Lewis and Clark District is proceeding at great speeds!

Lewis and Clark District is on track to exceed our goals and register more than 775 traditional youth in our programs by the end of the calendar year.

Recruitment is not something that we just do in the Fall.  Every month, we should be trying to add youth to our programs.  Right now is a great time to sign up new youth to take advantage of summer programs — camps, hikes, etc.

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What and why is this website?

These pages are the beginnings of an experiment.  Hopefully this will turn into a communication hub where Cub, Scout, Venturing and Varsity leaders in Lewis and Clark District can and will post information to help everyone involved in Scouting in Northcentral Montana stay informed.

This is not a replacement for the official District website, http://lcmtbsa.org.  It is my hope that eventually this site will become incorporated into that official site.  We are now just taking baby steps, though!

Watch these pages for more information.  In Good Scouting,  Aaron.

Webelos Rendezvous is this weekend!

Webelos Rendezvous, a District sponsored campout for Webelos Scouts hosted by Troop 4, begins this Friday evening!  The event has been moved to the archery range near the airport runway due to flooding conditions at Anderson Ranch.

For more information about the event, contact Troop 4 Scoutmaster Tom Coffman.  Rendezvous is a great way to start showing Webelos Scouting skills and to begin the transition from Cub to Boy Scout!

Cub Scout Recruitment Fair on Thursday!

Our annual District Cub Scout Spring Recruitment Fair is quickly approaching, at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 26 in the Gibson Room of the Great Falls Civic Center.

All Cub Units in the District should make a point to attend and bring recruitment literature about their Packs!  Any boy that joins will have the opportunity to attend Cub Day Camp; this includes current Kindergarteners who now are eligible to become Tiger Cubs.