Saturday, February 17th, 2018, 6:00pm
Rolling Plains United Methodist Church
3350 Moxahala Park Rd, South Zanesville
Come on down and rustle up some grub at the Potluck dinner:
The District will provide Fried Chicken or Pulled Pork, drinks, plates, napkins and cutlery.
Please bring your favorite appetizer, entrée, side dish or dessert to share.
We would like to suggest that those whose last names begin as shown below bring the associated type of dish: (anyone wishing to bring an extra entrée may do so)
A-G: Appetizer H-N: Side Dish O-Z: Dessert
Join us for an evening of fun, fellowship and recognition.
Only $7.00 per person
- District Award of Merit – Dan Beebe
- District Award of Merit – Lori Burnell
- Cub Scouter of the year – Ed Wolfel
- Boy Scouter of the year – Randy Hock
- Herb Dilley Hall of Fame – Joe Kahle
- Journey to Excellence GOLD DISTRICT
RECOGNITION EVENT Flier 2018
Mark your calendars now! Here are three important events that all Scout leaders will want to attend:
- Saturday, March 3rd – Summer Camp Leaders Meeting and Woodbadge Lunch 10:00 AM in the Dining Hall at MVSR
- Saturday, March 10 – University of Scouting at OUZ, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM Click here for details and registration.
- Saturday, March 10 – Celebration of Leadership Luncheon at OUZ (Recognizing all Scouting Volunteers and presenting the Silver Beaver awards) 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Every organization strives to improve. Plans are made, goals are set, performance is tracked. Whether it’s a business, a club, or a family, we all set goals and track performance. In the BSA, those performance standards are the 18 criteria tracked on the Journey to Excellence.
Today We are pleased to announce that the Muskingum Valley Council has achieved ‘Gold’ level performance for 2017. If you are reading this, you can take pride in your role in this achievement! Parents, cubmasters, scoutmasters, committee members, commissioners, venture leaders, activity chairmen, trainers, camp staff, donors, fundraisers, and so many more… you all played a part in this success story.
Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts are advancing and camping at the highest percentages. Our Scouts averaged over 6 hours of service each.
With your help, the Muskingum Valley Council is setting the standard for quality, cost-effective, positive youth development. As we look forward, we can all feel confident that we are prepared to provide more exceptional Scouting programs in 2018.
Saturday, March 10, 2018
Ohio University Zanesville
8:00am to 4:00pm
Early Bird: $20 After March 2nd: $25
Your fee includes the ‘Celebration of Leadership’ luncheon featuring the presentation of the Silver Beaver Awards.
The first 100 participants registered and paid will recieve a 16oz travel mug!
All participants will recieve a University of Scouting patch!
Be sure to read this letter explaining the upcoming fee increase:
Download the letter here
AUGUST 30 Update: We have had a slight delay as we negotiate the moving of a gas line that passes under the new storage building. We expect to have the gas line removed by mid sept and then construction will proceed.
On Tuesday, August 15th, the community gathered to help Scouts break ground on the expansion and renovation of the Scouting Resource Center in Zanesville. Cub Scout Carson Shockley, Eagle Scout Alex Pinson, and Venture Scout Julia Roberts each turned the first dirt, symbolizing the start of the construction. These three Scouts represent the thousands of young people who will benefit from Scouting over the next fifty years, thanks to this project.
The expansion and renovation is the last project of a five year capital campaign. Already, generous donors to the campaign have funded the construction of a S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) center, doubling the size of the dining hall, and construction of the Silver Beaver Village consisting of 5 cabins and a shower house. This final project will cost $1.2 million. A good portion of this has already been raised and we hope to raise the final $600,000 in the next 6 months.
Use this form to enter your proposed activities and anticipated costs. It will automatically calculate your total budget, and the amount of popcorn each scout should sell to pay for their ideal year of scouting!
Take time this summer to plan an exciting year, then bring this completed form to our August 12th Popcorn and Membership Kickoff at MVSR to earn extra commission in this year’s sale!
A 2017 survey of parents in the Muskingum Valley Council shows that they credit Scouting with preparing their Scouts for School, and for life!