What activities can Scouts do?

Bungee jumping. Hitch hiking. Knife throwing. Archery Tag and other combat style archery activities.

What do you do on Scout Sunday?

Ways to Commemorate Scout Sunday, Scout Sabbath, and Scout Jumuah

  • Wear your Scout uniform and sit together at the front of the church, synagogue, or mosque.
  • Serve as ushers for the church and hand out church bulletins.
  • Conduct a flag ceremony at the beginning of the service.

Can adults help with Eagle Scout projects?

An Eagle Scout project should not be so simple that you can do it on your own. You need to give leadership to at least two other people. The helpers can be of any age appropriate for the work, and they don’t have to be already involved in Scouting.

How many Boy Scout camps are in Michigan?

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance. Here in Michigan, we have four amazing Scouts BSA Resident Camps scattered across the state – each with it’s own unique opportunities.

What is Girl Scout Sabbath?

Girl Scout Sabbath celebrates the powerful ties between Girl Scouting and faith. Girls are encouraged to connect their faith to the Girl Scout Promise—“On my honor, I will try to serve God”—and can earn religious recognitions in the process.

What is Scout Shabbat?

Scout Shabbat is held yearly to coincide with the founding date of the Boy Scouts of America on February 8, 1916. Please join us in celebrating Scouting’s 106th anniversary with Scout Shabbat Services.

What qualifies as an Eagle project?

The Eagle Scout Service Project, or simply Eagle Project, is the opportunity for a Scout (Scouts, B.S.A.), or qualified Venturer or Sea Scout in the Boy Scouts of America (B.S.A.) to demonstrate leadership of others while performing a project for the benefit of their community.

When can you start working on your Eagle project?

Answer: Any Scout who has earned the Life rank may begin on the Eagle Service project while working on the remaining Eagle-required merit badges and leadership position requirements.