My Scouting journey started with my father who was born during the Great Depression. He joined Cub Scouts only to drop out when his family could no longer afford to pay his dues. His dream was to give his family the opportunity to participate in Scouting that he never had. I joined Scouting as a [...]
It is with great pride that the Diocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting announces that the following adult Scouters have been nominated for, and selected to receive recognition on behalf of the Diocese of Worcester and the National Catholic Committee on Scouting; St. George Emblem: Fr. James Mazzone Jamie Pitney Dcn. William White Bronze [...]
Over the past two years, the BSA has worked with experts in the field of child abuse, child sexual abuse and maltreatment to develop new training and resources that will further strengthen our ability to protect youth. These changes include: Fully updated and revised Youth Protection Training developed with leaders in the field of child [...]
The Marlborough and Canton Service Centers will be closed on Monday, April 16th in honor of Patriot's Day.
The National Executive Committee and Board voted that the Lion pilot has proven successful and is ready to officially join the Cub Scouting family! Research and feedback says... Developing character is the #1 reason to join Scouting, according to parents. 61% of Lion youth are new families to Scouting!