Camporees, Cub Weekends, Day Events and Fun Things to do...

All events are open to Scouts and their families from any district! Explore a new playground!

This workshop is intended for Life Scouts and a parent, Troop leaders who are new to Advancement or want to know more about senior Scout Advancement. This workshop works through the process of Advancement from Life Scout to the rank of Eagle Scout. The discussion will focus on the requirements for the rank of Eagle with emphasis on:
Eagle Scout Service Project
Preparation of the Eagle Scout Application
Management of the character reference letters

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Fun with Son is an overnight camping event for Cub Scouts and Webelos held at the majestic Quivira Scout Ranch. It is intended to give Cub Scouts an opportunity to go camping and enjoy many of the great activities they love, not long after returning to School from summer break. This also gives new
Cub Scouts an opportunity to experience the activities we all love. Target shooting, both BB guns and archery. Crafts, cooking and much, much more!

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Cub Scout Day of Awesomeness is an ALL DAY event filled with activities designed to get kids immediately active and engaged in the Cub Scout program. This is also an opportunity for new, and returning, leadership to get hands on and see how easy this program can be. Please have at least 1 adult, for every 10 scouts attending, available to help run a program activity. This will be a full day of non-stop action that will highlight a variety of activities offered at, and in some cases are usually limited to, summer camps. MAKE THE MOST OF IT AND STAY FOR THE WHOLE DAY!

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A Day Camp in the evening and late afternoon/evening. 

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South Winds Monster Mash is a fun-filled Halloween themed camp for Cub Scouts, Webelos and Arrow of Light. Scouts will have the opportunity to have new experiences, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Halloween Activities planned include team building exercises, games, crafts, and shooting sports. Activities will be changed as needed. Youth (and adults) are welcome and encouraged to wear costumes! (No open toe/heel footwear). 

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Flag retirement ceremony – Friday evening
Age appropriate outdoor skills training (including hiking) – Cub Scouts
Wood Carving merit badge, Totin’ Chip, Fire ‘N Chit – Scouts BSA
Memorial Campfire fire in honor of Ted – Saturday evening

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Fall gathering is a two-night camping event for Cub Scouts, Webelos, Arrow of Light, Scouts BSA and Venturing youth held at Card Creek Camp on Elk City Lake west of Independence. It is intended to give Scouts an opportunity to go camping and enjoy many of the great activities and adventures they love.

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A weekend camping adventure for first and second-year Webelos, designed to introduce important Scout skills in a fun environment. WW@CK is held annually at Camp Kanza and is staffed by outstanding local Troops from several Districts. Your Webelos will learn hands-on Scouting skills from older Scouts as they prepare to crossover to Troops.

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Black Jack Trail is an experience where the history of Quivira Scout Ranch is delved into and some backpacking is done into the heart of The Ranch leaving all big, fancy equipment behind. This is as opportunity for your Troop to go out with a minimum of equipment, have maximum fun, and use The Ranch to its fullest. There are endless program opportunities on our own Council Camp, and we urge every Troop to take advantage of them.

NO RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY. JUST SHOW UP!

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Quivira Councils premier tabletop gaming event! Spend the weekend competing in tournaments and open the treasure vault! YOU GOTTA BE THERE!   

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The purpose of the God & Country Class is for Scouts and their adult mentors (parents/guardians) to learn more about their relationship with God, their family, their church and their Duty to God as Scouts. This event will provide Scouts the opportunity to earn the Jesus and Me (grades K-1), God and Me (grades 1-3), God and Family (grades 4-5), God and Church (grades 6-8) award for Protestant and Independent churches. We have added the God and Life Award (grades 9-12)

An adult is required for each Jesus & Me and God & Me participant to assist with the course work.

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A Camporee is a time of fun, food, fellowship and a little competition among Scouts. This Camporee is open to all Quivira Council Troops, Crews, and Posts.

This year’s theme continues on about preparing for Winter. It will be setup on 3 Levels of competition, “Unit, Patrol, and Individual”. You will be using some skills you already have and possibly learning some new ones along the way.

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This workshop will be presented on two separate Saturday mornings and is hosted and sponsored by Meritrust Credit Union. These classes will present Scouts with information and guidance about the Personal Management merit badge, an Eagle-required merit badge. The instructor for this workshop is a financial education specialist from Meritrust. Personal management is about the Scout learning the life skills to take control of his life by setting and attaining goals, financial and otherwise. Information presented, and classroom activities performed will prepare the Scout to meet with a Personal Management merit badge counselor and complete several of the merit badge requirements.

*Note: Upon completion of these two sessions, Scouts WILL NOT have fully completed the requirements to earn the badge. However, this workshop will present information concerning requirement numbers 2. 4. 5, 6, and 7 preparing him/her for a productive merit badge counselor session to fulfill those requirements.

Day 1 / November 23rd, 2019, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30am @ 2050 N Tyler Branch Location
Day 2 / December 7th, 2019, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30am @ 2050 N Tyler Branch Location
Attendance both Days is mandatory; this is not a one-day class.

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Registration for this event is CLOSED! Due to reaching the class size limit. 

Trapper’s Rendezvous – A Winter Event you won’t soon forget! For more information and the Trappers Herald visit the Trappers Rendezvous Page! 

Eskimo Run is a fun activity for all Cub Scouts sponsored by White Buffalo District. This one-day Winter Olympics provides a chance to be active in the outdoors during the winter, competing at several activities and games.

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