District Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Newest items are placed at the top of the FAQs.

My unit was unable to send someone to the GMD Recharter Training Sessions.  Is there a recording?

The training materials your unit Recharter Coordinator will need are available online.  The video describing the use of the recharter tool is here.  The PowerPoint with best practices is here.  The NCAC Recharter Site is located here.

Is there a one-pager that describes the 2023 fees that I can share with parents?

Yes, click here.

My unit has submitted paper applications for processing, but does not have enough funds on account at NCAC.  How do we add funds to our account?

Your unit can drop off or mail a check of “NCAC MSSC, Attn:  Registrar, 9190 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20814-3897.”  The check should be made out to “NCAC-BSA.”  Alternately, your unit can call in a credit card number.  Call the NCAC MSSC front desk (301-214-9100), open from 9am to 5pm weekdays, and let them know you would like to deposit money into your Unit’s membership account.  The NCAC MSSC front desk, or your Unit Commissioner can tell you the current balance of your unit account.

We have an 11 year old (still in 5th grade) that want to join our Pack.  The online application gives an error.

Since Scouts BSA age range is 11 – 17, the online Youth Application will give the error, “Birth date is not within the valid age range for this program.?  However, the youth can still join a Pack by submitting a paper application.

Youth Applications have a signature block for the “Unit Leader.”  Who can sign this?

The Unit Leader block on a Youth Application can be signed by any of the Key-3 (Cubmaster/Scoutmaster, Committee Chair or Chartering Organization Representative).  Additionally, units can choose to have online Youth  Applications automatically approved (go to my.scouting.org > Menu > Organizational Manager > Pin).

My unit is unclear about who is responsible for reference checks on Adult Applications.

Once the Adult fills out their Application (paper or online), someone at the unit/Chartering Organization (CO) is supposed to check the listed references, the answers to the questions and confirm the applicant has a current YPT.  Since the Chartering Organization Representative (CR) must sign the Adult Application before it goes to Council, if something comes up during the reference check, the CR needs to determine if that Adult is still acceptable to the CO.  Once the CR accepts the application and forwards to Council, then it is again reviewed for any “Yes” answers to the questions.  If there are any “Yes” answers, the application requires approval of the Scout Executive or designee.  Additionally, if the Background Check turns up something negative or not listed on the Adult Application, future Council review will be needed.  Some units have the CO/CR do the reference checks.  Other units have a membership person in the unit do the reference checks and then discuss with the CR.

We had a scout registered online under one adult and now we need to change to a different parent.  How to do this?

If the online application has not been accepted by a member of the Key-3 (CM/SM, CC, or CR) then the registering adult can just go to my.scouting.org and withdraw the application (Menu > My Applications).  The correct adult can then submit an application.  If withdrawing the application is not possible, then the Unit Leader can just reject the application.  There is a strongly worded warning that appears when one tries to do this, but this doesn’t impact the submission of another youth application in the future.

Our Chartering Organization has changed our Institutional Head/Executive Officer.  How do we update this info?

Fill out a New Unit Application with the new IH/EO’s information, get them to sign it, and provide to your District Executive.  Across the top of the form, in big letters, write “CHANGE OF EO ONLY.”  

Our Pack wants to go to a campground not listed on the Approved list. How do we get that campground added?

The unit would fill out a Pack Overnight Campout Site Appraisal Form and submit to NCAC Director of Camping Services (eric.smith@scouting.org) for review.

Our unit has youth that will turn 18 shortly after the new year and want to continue with scouting.  How to do this?

If the Youth isn’t 18 at the time of the Charter Renewal submission, then the unit should submit them as a youth.  The unit can hold their Adult Application (with CBC and YPT) to submit when needed (to fix a defective or after the charter is renewed).  This application would be a “transfer” and be at no cost.

If the Youth turns 18 before the unit submits their Charter Renewal, then the unit should drop them as a youth and submit them as an adult.

Note, the Youth will likely not be able to do an online application to go from Youth to Adult in the same unit.  The system, at least last year, didn’t allow an online registration to a unit where they were already on the roster.  Obviously, if they want to join a Venture Crew that would be available online as that is a different unit.

A registered adult left our unit and we want them deleted from our roster.  How do we do that?

Registered adults and youth can be removed from your roster at Charter Renewal time.  They are “dropped” as part of the submission to Council.  If there is a specific reason to drop them out of cycle, NCAC can do this. Contact the District Executive.  If you just want to prevent them from accessing your unit records in Scoutbook, your Scoutbook Unit Administrator can change their access.

We have new leadership in our Pack.  How do we get them assigned to their new positions?

As the Chartering Organization Representative, you can move any registered adult into a leadership position by logging into my.scouting.org.  Follow the steps below:

https://my.scouting.org > login > Menu > select unit (if not already selected) > Organizational Manager > Position Manager > Registered Position tab

Then drag the registered adult from their current position to their new position.  Then, remove the previous leader by dragging them down to a Committee Member, ACM/ASM or other position. Click Save Changes (at the bottom).

Changes will be in the system immediately.  Alternately, the unit can provide a hard copy application for you to sign and then we can process through NCAC.  It will take about a week.

What is the Family Den pilot program?

In the past few years, Packs that had boys and girls were supposed to have them in separate Dens.  There is a new pilot program to allow Family Dens (mixed gender).  The video and MOU below describe this pilot program in more detail.  NCAC is accepting MOUs from Packs now.

Pack Kick-Off Presentation (video):  https://public.3.basecamp.com/p/2L848enrxcUEX2S9uT7ogYvB

Pack Family Den MOU:  https://public.3.basecamp.com/p/JUNX5ukZppTQjeubw9jZHhYs

Note:  Two registered adult leaders 21 years of age or over are required at all Scouting activities, including meetings. There must be a registered female adult leader 21 years of age or over in every unit serving females. A registered female adult leader 21 years of age or over must be present for any activity involving female youth. Notwithstanding the minimum leader requirements, age- and program-appropriate supervision must always be provided. 

 Can the Institutional Head/Executive Officer also be the Chartering Organization Representative?

Yes

Can the Chartering Organization Representative also be the Committee Chair?

Yes

What are the annual membership fees that are paid to National BSA (not including any fees by the Unit)?

To ensure The Boy Scouts of America has the resources to fulfill the promise of Scouting, the following structure will take effect on August 1, 2022:

  • $  75 for Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing and Sea Scouts participants ($6.25/month)
  • $  45 for Exploring participants ($3.75/month)
  • $  45 for all adult volunteers – includes cost of background check ($3.75/month)
  • $    2.04 for NCAC insurance (youth and adult).  Note, collect separately for online registrations
  • $100 for a unit charter/affiliation fee
  • $  25 one-time joining fee for new program participants in Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, and Venturing (Not pro-rated)
  • $  15 for Scout Life magazine; this is the first price increase since 2005

Having trouble with Scoutbook, my.scouting.org or any other BSA web site?

You may need to clear your browser cache and/or try a different browser.

How does our unit change Chartering Organizations?

From time-to-time units need to find another charter organization to sponsor their Scouting unit. Here is what needs to occur for these changes to be made in the Scouting system.

First, if the unit and the current charter organization are going their separate ways and it is an agreeable separation, the current charter organization needs to provide the unit with a Letter of Release. In the letter, the charter organization needs to state that they are releasing the unit number along with all assets, both equipment and finances, to the unit to take with them to their new sponsor (NCAC or other CO). If all assets are not being released, it should be specifically stated in the letter what is being retained by the current charter organization, i.e., the unit number will be retained because the current charter organization has other units using the same number and they may decide at a later date to re-activate the unit.

 Second, the unit needs to obtain from scouting.org/forms a copy of the New Unit Application and complete it with all the pertinent data relating to the new charter organization. Also on the form, the unit will indicate what the number will be for the new unit. The unit should contact the District Executive (keenan.pallone@scouting.org) so they can see if the desired number is available for use. The unit should also ensure that the new charter organization is agreeable to using that number or if they would prefer something more closely aligned with their organization.

Third, the unit needs to have the Executive Officer of the new Chartering Organization identify and appoint a Charter Organization Representative (CR). This person needs to complete an adult paper application and have it signed by the Executive Officer. They will also need to complete the CBC form (part of the adult application) and take Youth Protection Training (my.scouting.org > My Training > YPT). The application along with the CBC and YPT forms need to be turned in altogether. The CR may be dual registered in the unit and could be the Executive Officer, the Committee Chair or a Committee Member. While the Executive Officer does not need to complete an adult application normally, they would if they were dual registering as the CR.

This paperwork should be submitted to the council Registrar’s Office as soon as possible after the charter renewal has been submitted. Including a copy of the charter renewal roster with the paperwork is recommended.

Can my Chartering Organization assign more than one COR – we have more than one unit?

No.  The Chartered Organization Representative Guidebook indicates that, “Chartered organizations that operate more than one unit must register the same individual as the chartered organization representative.”  That said, in https://my.scouting.org there is a field for a COR Delegate (Menu, Organizational Manager, Functional Roles) to allow for sharing the workload.  Only the COR can assign a delegate – from the lists of registered adults.  Note, for physical forms, the COR or COR delegate may sign.

Where can I find a listing of local Merit Badge Counselors?

Troop, crew and ship leaders can find the list of merit badge counselors on the unit page in Scoutbook. Scoutbook provides a search for merit badge counselors at that location. and scroll down the page. 

District and council leaders can find a list of merit badge counselors at this link.

Merit badge counselors can find the badges they are approved to counsel by logging into http://scoutbook.scouting.org (use your my.scouting.org UserID and Password to login) and clicking on My Dashboard, My Account, My Positions.

I am a Merit Badge Counselor and want to change from NCAC-wide to my unit only.

Go into Scoutbook (https://scoutbook.scouting.org), My Dashboard > My Account > My Positions > Merit Badge Counselor, (select a MB), Listing Preference to “Unit List”, Update Button.

I am a Life Scout and will have completed my Eagle requirements soon.  Do I need to complete the new eagle-required Citizenship in Society merit badge?

The Citizenship in Society merit badge became an Eagle required MB on July 1, 2022.  Any Scouts that hasn’t completed their Eagle requirements and the Scoutmaster conference before July 1 will need to make time to earn this MB.  A list of CIS Merit Badge Counselors can be found in ScoutBook.

Do new cub scouts have to earn the Bobcat rank if they are older than the others in that group?

First graders, and anyone beyond that grade who is new to Cub Scouting, completes the Bobcat Badge prior to working on their grade-specific badge of rank. Kindergartners, who are Lions, do not work on the Bobcat Badge.  More information about Cub advancement can be found here.

Can Cub Scouts plan a campout for any location or do they need approval?

Cub scouts must be in an approved campout location.  The National Capital Area Council has a listing of Certified Camping Areas for Pack Overnighters.

How can I learn more about assisting Scouts who experience a disability or have special needs?

The basic premise of Scouting for youth with disabilities and special needs is that they want most to participate like other youth—and Scouting gives them that opportunity. Thus, much of the program for Scouts with disabilities and special needs is directed at (1) helping unit leaders develop an awareness of disabled people among youth without disabilities, and (2) encouraging the inclusion of Scouts with disabilities and special needs in Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and Venturing crews. George Mason District’s Special Needs Scouting representative is Scott Willey.

Should the scout holding the flag salute during the Pledge of Allegiance? 

Many flag ceremonies have the color guard “post the colors” before the Pledge.  This allows the color guard to follow the same commands as the audience.  However, if your unit wants them to hold the colors, that is fine.  The color guard member holding the flag pole should use both hands and not salute.  The other members of the color guard should salute.  For more information about flag ceremonies, click here.

I have heard the term “Key 3.”  What is that?

The Key 3 is a group of three top Scouting individuals within each segment of Scouting. Actively involved at the unit, district, council, area, regional, and national level, Key 3 leaders support and serve employees and volunteers that ensure youth members get the best Scouting experience possible.  For a Cub Pack, the Key 3 are the Cubmaster, Committee Chair and Chartering Organization Representative.  For a Scout BSA unit, the Key 3 are the Scoutmaster, Committee Chair and Chartering Organization Representative.  For the George Mason District, the Key 3 are the District Committee Chair, District Commissioner and the District Executive.

Can adults earn scout rank and awards?

Adults could earn rank until 1965 when BSA added the Eagle requirement of “serve actively for 6 months as a troop warrant officer.”  This requirement was actually added in a Handbook supplement in 1963 but was optional until 1965.  Earning Eagle was discouraged after 1940 but there were a number of service men that were not able to complete Eagle Scout before World War II and did earn their Eagle Scout award after the age of 17. 

Effective January 1, 2021, local councils have the authority to grant limited extensions of time for certain youth complete Eagle requirements after age 18. These extensions are available only to youth members who qualify under the requirements listed in the Guide to Advancement (www.scouting.org/advancement).

Scout leaders can earn awards.  Please be sure to review the Adult Awards and Recognition each year and plan, with your adult leaders, to recognize their accomplishments.

How do individuals, not associated with a Unit, pay for their Annual Membership in 2022?

This is the link to pay for a BSA membership for those individual members not associated with any unit.

I turned in an application but it does not show in my My.Scouting account.

Please wait two weeks from submission date to the District Executive. If you don’t see it in your roster, submit a copy of the full application to the District Executive for re-processing.

I’m being asked to submit a copy of my Youth Protection Certificate.  How do I get a copy?

Login to my.scouting.org.  Click on Menu, My Training, then locate the line that lists “Youth Protection Training Y01” and click on the printer icon (just to the left of the “Retake Course>”). When you print it you can generate a paper copy or select PDF and name the file and email it to the person requesting the certificate.

I need a certificate of insurance for my unit, an event or the chartering organization. 

Please fill out a Request for Certificate of Liability Insurance and return to the email listed on the form. You’ll receive a certificate of insurance back within two weeks.  If the group requesting the COLI needs some special language, this needs to be put in writing and submitted with the request. This will add time to the turn-around.

What fundraisers are supported by the council and insurance?

Popcorn sales, in-person and online, are the only official, supported and covered fundraising projects.  Some years, other items (e.g., Camp Cards or First Aid Kits) are available too.  A unit can perform their own fundraising activities (e.g., mulch, wreaths, peanuts, etc.) after getting a Unit Money-Raising Application approved.

Where do I turn in a Merit Badge Counselor application?

Go to the Merit Badge site on the George Mason web page for more information about the required documents.  The documents are sent to Margee Egan (the GM Merit Badge Dean).

Where do I get or turn in an application for membership in Boy Scouts of America?

For a paper application go to: Scouting Forms from the National Council.  As soon as you complete an application (including signatures), scan and send to the District Executive. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL ROUNDTABLE. Applications need to be received immediately for proper processing.

To apply online (the most efficient method) go to: BeAScout.org. Enter your zip code, select the closest unit to your home or a specific unit you know and click the “Apply Now” button.

How should we use the Leave No Trace/Outdoor Ethics training taken by our Adult leader or Scout?

Leave No Trace is an awareness and an attitude rather than a set of rules. It applies in your backyard or local park as much as in the backcountry. We should all practice Leave No Trace in our thinking and actions–wherever we go.We learn Leave No Trace by sharing the principles and then discovering how they can be applied. Leave No Trace instills an awareness that spurs questions like “What can we do to reduce our impact on the environment and on the experiences of other visitors?” Have your trained individual(s) review the rules/regulations of the location for your scout outing and discuss how to utilize the LNT principles.  Use your judgment and experience to tailor camping and hiking practices to the environment where the outing will occur.

How do I report an Injury, Incident or Near-Miss?

Timely, clear, concise, and complete incident reports allow for an appropriate response and an opportunity for analysis while promoting continuous improvements of our programs. You can report incidents, near misses, and youth protection/membership infraction incidents by clicking here. 

BSA has a mandatory Youth Protection reporting policy. All persons involved in Scouting shall report to local authorities any good faith suspicion or belief that any child is or has been physically or sexually abused, physically or emotionally neglected or exposed to any form of violence, threat or sexual exploitation. No person may abdicate this reporting responsibility to any other person. Youth protection/membership infractions can be reported by clicking here.

What activities and equipment can my Cubs/Scouts do/use on an outing?

Age appropriate activities and equipment are listed in the Guide to Safe Scouting. In situations not specifically covered in this guide, activity planners should evaluate the risk or potential risk of harm, and respond with action plans based on common sense, community standards, the Boy Scout motto, and safety policies and practices commonly prescribed for the activity by experienced providers and practitioners.  

What is Roundtable and who should attend?

The District Roundtable provides an opportunity to gather with other unit leaders on a monthly basis and share suggestions and best practices for providing the best possible program for youth involved in scouting activities. Separate Roundtable discussions for Cubs and Scouts BSA units take place on the second Thursday each month at 7:30pm at Thoreau Middle School in Vienna, VA.  Any uniformed leader, Chartering Organization Representative or Committee Member is welcome.

Our unit used to get a Roundtable Ribbon (for our flag) for perfect attendance during the year.  Didn’t get one this year.

The Roundtable Ribbons for your unit flagpole have been discontinued.  Sorry.

What is Program Launch and who should attend?

The George Mason District’s Program Launch is an annual showcase of scouting programs, resources, activities, and information from GM scouters, our  Council, and exhibitors from outside of scouting.  Together, they all offer your unit great ideas and resources to help provide your scouts a great scouting program!

Every unit should have at least one leader at Program Launch. But don’t stop there! Scoutmasters and Venturing Advisors, bring your Senior Patrol Leaders and Crew Officers!  Assistant Scoutmasters and Den Leaders should attend too! The more leaders that attend, the more you’ll be able to bounce ideas around.

What is the George Mason Troop Expo and who should attend?

Late in the fall (usually just before the November Roundtable) various Troops from around the George Mason district will host an information session with Webelos/AOL scouts that will be bridging in the first quarter of the next year.  This gives an opportunity for the Webelos and their parents to learn about the various Troops, interact with Scoutmasters and scouts and plan their Troop visits before deciding on which Troop to join.

What is Wood Badge and who should take this course?

Wood Badge is an advanced, national leadership course open only to Scouting volunteers and professionals. Scouters from Cub Scouting, Scouts BSA, Venturing, Sea Scouts, and Explorers, and district and council Scouters all are welcome. Each Woodbadge course is offered twice a year (spring and fall).  Scouters often indicate they wish that they had taken Wood Badge earlier in their scouting career.  More information can be found here.

What is Powderhorn and who should take this course?

Open to both registered adults and youth who are at least 13 and have completed the 8th grade, Powder Horn is a hands-on resource management course designed to give you the contacts and tools necessary to conduct an awesome high-adventure program in your troop, team, crew, or ship. Contact the district training chair for information.

How does a Pack or Troop typically recognize their volunteers?

Each year, the George Mason District recognizes the Scouters and parents who go above and beyond the call of volunteer duties to provide exemplary service to their units, their district, and scouting in general.

To recognize adults who served/are serving at the unit level there are two types of awards:

  • Unit Commissioner’s Unit Scouter Award – Limited to one (1) per unit
  • Unit Appreciation Award – Maximum 8 per unit.

Please provide a sentence or two describing the individual’s service.  Submit Unit Commissioner’s Unit Scouter Award to Unit Commissioner.  Unit Appreciate Award to gm.adultrecognition@gmail.com.  Submissions are due in early March each year.

Two awards available for uniformed leaders include Cub Scouter Awards, Scouter Awards, the District Award of Merit (the highest honor a local district can bestow upon a volunteer leader for service in Scouting) and the Silver Beaver Award (recognizes one scout who stands out among their fellow Scouters and is recognized by their council for their service).  More information is available by contacting gm.adultrecognition@gmail.com.

How does one enter service hours (like Scouting for Food), camping nights, hiking miles and other outdoor activities?  

The attached link include a three-and-a-half minute video that describes how to enter service hours, camping nights, hiking miles etc. in Internet Advancement 2.0.  Please bring this video to the attention of the volunteer(s) in your unit that track unit activities.  Note, the link’s label is somewhat misleading.  Whether your unit uses Scoutbook or not, since July 2021, all unit activity is tracked in Internet Advancement 2.0 (not Scoutbook).  Recording Activities in Internet Advancement and Scoutbook – Scoutbook Knowledge Base (scouting.org)

What is a Unit PIN?

The Unit PIN is the “business card” that is listed on the  BeAScout.org web site.  This is used by families that are looing for units to join in their area.  It is important that the information on your Unit PIN is current.  Your unit Key 3 members can make updates to the Unit PIN through the my.scouting.org application (Menu, Organization Manager, Unit PIN).

I have two different BSA IDs.  How do I merge them together?

Log into my.scouting.org. In the upper left corner click on Menu and then select Manage Member ID. Make sure that the Member ID you want is there and if it isn’t, ADD it. If it is for your primary position(s) make sure to set it as PRIMARY. 

I tried to get into my https://my.scouting.org account, but cannot remember my security questions.  Who do I call?

Ms. Diana Medina is the NCAC Information Technology Director.  She can reset your password and/or help you get your username.  Ms. Medina can be reached at 301-214-9177 or by email at diana.medina@scouting.org

How do I transfer a scout/Adult to another unit?

Unit leaders or the parent/guardian have the ability to transfer youth from their unit to another – such as in Arrow of Lights transferring to a Scouts BSA troop. Unit leader transfers are done in my.scouting.org on the “Roster” tab of Member Manager or Organization Manager. Transfers or multiple registrations for members or youth can be done under Menu > “My Application” tab. Note, there are no transfers processed during the Charter Renewal period.

At the receiving unit, Youth transfers are approved by unit leaders and Adult transfers are approved by the COR or their designee.  Note, adults can only be self-transferred using the “My Application” tab. When an adult transfers, they will need to answer the basic Youth Protection questions again and cannot transfer if their Criminal Background check is not completed.

Specific steps to complete this transfer are located here.  

We transferred from overseas – how do we register with a unit in the NCAC?

You will be able to see you scout’s record in Scoutbook until your registration expires at the overseas location. 

To transfer the scout, you will need a copy of the scout’s Unit Advancement Details Report.  This can be obtained through the Registrar/Advancements Office at your previous council.  Contact information is below:

You have two options for joining a new unit:

  • Hardcopy Application – Fill out a hardcopy application and attach the scout’s Unit Advancement Detail Report.  Be sure to include your previous BSA ID on the form.  Have the Cubmaster/Scoutmaster sign it and they will turn it in to NCAC for processing.
  • Online Application – Fill out a transfer request on my.scouting.org or beascout.org and have the unit populate the scout’s rank information in Scoutbook.

For an adult transfer, just use the online application in my.scouting.org.

What is the Peace Light of Bethlehem?

Each year, a child from Upper Austria fetches the light/flame from the grotto in Bethlehem. The light is carried in two blast proof miners lamps on an Austrian Airlines jet from Tel Aviv Israel to Vienna Austria from where it is distributed at a Service of Dedication to delegations from across Europe who take it back, with a message of Peace, to their own countries. Austrian Airlines then flies the miners lamps containing the Peace Light from Bethlehem to New York City. The goal of this group is to help the light spread like the branches of a huge tree rooted in New York and spreading across the continent.  More information about the travel of the Peace Light can be found here.

When are the Order of the Arrow elections?

OA election season runs from the first of November to the end of May each year.  However, the first Ordeal is usually in April.  Better to get the elections done early.  Your OA member that attends the monthly meetings can let you know which unit you are paired with for elections.

I am in the Order of the Arrow.  How do I pay my annual dues?

Go to the OA web page and there is a link to pay your dues.  There is a discount for paying early.

I signed up for an NCAC event (University of Scouting) but cannot remember my classes.

You can always look up your registered events at https://scoutingevent.com.  Select the Council you registered in (some people go to events in other Councils).  In the upper right, click on Lookup Registration.  A pop-up will appear and ask for your email and the course registration number.  If you don’t remember the number, click on the bottom right – Forgot Registration Number (the system will send you an email with all your courses for the last several years – click on the correct one).

I am American Red Cross CPR/AED certified.  Can I teach scouts and scouters?

In addition to being certified to teach by ARC, you must teach either directly for the Red Cross or via an Authorized Provider (AP).  NCAC BSA is an AP, and they have negotiated a fairly significant discount on the ARC Fees and are tax-exempt.  However, BSA can only use that AP designation to teach people directly associated with BSA.  Mr. Johnathan Bjornson (jonathan.bjorson@gotogoshen.org) is the administrator for the AP and manages the instructor list.  There are some units (Crews) that have their own AP Agreements with ARC.  

Alternately, if you wish to teach classes for non-Scouts, you can establish your own AP Agreement with some incorporated institution, company or group.  It is a one-page form you can get from the ARC by calling the ARC Help line at 800-RED-CROSS (800-733-2767).

Can my unit use TikTok?

There are no restrictions on the use of social media sites for appropriate Scouting activities/communication.  The NCAC also has Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok accounts.  To access preapproved content, artwork and logos, visit Scoutingwire.