Learning for Life and Exploring in Northeastern Pennsylvania
Learning for Life offers classroom-based programs that provide an action-learning process with grade-specific lesson plans for grades K through 12, plus a complete supplement for special-needs students.
Learning for Life helps youth develop social and life skills, assist in character development, and helps them formulate positive personal values.
Exploring is a worksite-based program that gives youth an opportunity to visit community organizations and explore the dynamics of various careers.
Exploring's purpose is to provide experiences that help young people mature and to help them to become responsible and caring adults.
College is expensive. The National Eagle Scout Association wants to help.
The window for 2015 Eagle Scout scholarships — offering cash for college to those who have earned Scouting’s highest honor — is now open. The deadline to apply is earlier this year; applications must be received by Oct. 31, 2015.
For more details on requirements and on how to apply, as well as the answers to some frequently asked questions, keep reading.
Since its founding in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has had fully participating members with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. James E. West, the first Chief Scout Executive, was a person with a disability. Although most of the BSA's efforts have been directed at keeping such boys in the mainstream of Scouting, it has also recognized the special needs of those with significant disabilities. To find out more about advancement for Scouts with Special Needs, click on the "Read more" link, below.
From time to time, area vendors will offer opportunities for you to support Scouting with things you may buy or use everyday. Below are some current offers from area vendors who want to help support Scouting in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
The Order of the Arrow (OA) was founded by Dr. E. Urner Goodman and Carroll A. Edson in 1915 at the Treasure Island Camp of the Philadelphia Council, Boy Scouts of America. It became an official program experiment in 1922 and was approved as part of the Scouting program in 1934. In 1948, the OA was recognized as the BSA's national brotherhood of honor campers and became an official part of the national camping program of the Boy Scouts of America. Today, the OA is recognized as Scouting's National Honor Society.
Lowwapaneu Lodge #191 is the Order of the Arrow lodge of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Council. Formed by the merger of Amad 'ahi Lodge #542 and Acahela Lodge #223 when the Forest Lakes Council and Penn Mountains Council merged.
10/09/2015 - 10/11/2015
DB - Fall Camporee
8:00 am 10/17/2015 - 12:30 pm 10/18/2015
SM/ASM Outdoor Training
11/03/2015 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
DB - Cub Scout/Boy Scout Roundtable
11/04/2015 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
DB - District Commissioner/District Committee Meeting