Category: BSA National News

A Message from Scout Executive Craig Poland

Dear NCAC Family Member, By now you have probably read or heard about the recent Wall Street Journal article speculating on the Boy Scouts of America’s finances. We want to start by assuring you that Scouting remains strong and steady on the trail to our second century. To address some of the questions and concerns […]

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Eagle Scout Extension in 2019

On February 1, 2019, the Boy Scouts of America will begin admitting girls into Scouts BSA. One of the characteristics of Scouting—for over a hundred years—is that no matter when you join, however long you stay, or the rank you attain, the Scouting experience prepares you for life. And for some, the pinnacle of their […]

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LDS Church Announcement about Scouting

On May 8, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints announced that effective at the end of 2019, they will no longer be using the Boy Scouts of America as their official youth program. “On behalf of the NCAC staff and board of directors I want to express our deep gratitude to the countless leaders and families […]

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Family Scouting Webinar – May 15

Join us on YouTube Live as we answer your questions and give you all the info you need to get ready for Family Scouting! Family Scouting represents the biggest expansion to our movement in over a century and we want to be sure everyone has the resources to support our Scouts – boys and girls […]

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2018 National Law Enforcement Exploring Conference

Attention All Law Enforcement Explorers and Advisors Registration is now open for the law enforcement Exploring event of the year—the 2018 National Law Enforcement Exploring Conference (NLEEC). This summer, registered Law Enforcement Explorers and advisors from around the nation will have the chance to experience a week of competitions, seminars, exhibits, recreation, and more. The […]

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Lions Added to Online Registration!

This just in!   The Online Registration system now accepts Lion and Lion adult partner applications. Unit leaders can send prospective Lion families the URL or QR code for their unit’s application – just like they do for all other Cub Scouts.   When the parent puts in the child’s age and grade the Online […]

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