Cub Scouts

Adult Leader Development Conference

The training conference is a morning event geared toward Cub Scouts & Scouts BSA Leaders. Participants will have a general session followed by 3 breakout sessions of their choosing. Through a coordinated effort with the Program Department, there will be scouting activities available onsite for scout-aged children of development conference attendees. We will also have a midway of additional program resources related to our properties & upcoming events.

Each session will be well-structured and engaging, with participants receiving relevant materials that can be immediately utilized to improve unit health. Each session will provide leaders with a call-to-action and timeline for success.

General Session (everyone will attend this session)

Scoutbook: Saving You Time & Energy

Learn the fundamentals of Scoutbook and how to utilize this free service to serve your unit better. The session will include information on creating a profile for your unit and logging advancements/service hours.

Breakout Sessions (choose three sessions to attend)

Better Budgets Create Better Program:

Budgeting made easy for both Scouts BSA Troops and Cub Scout Packs. Learn how to coordinate your fundraising and plan to make your scouting adventure the best it can be.

Calendar Planning and Your Unit’s Ideal Year of Scouting

Planning a year with a focus on fun. This calendar program will give you the skills to prepare your unit’s calendar 18 months out and provide you with council event and activity details to fill the void.

Engaging New Leaders & Parents

Learn how to recruit and engage new parents. Perfect for transitioning that Webelos leader to your troop or getting a new cub parent on the committee or running a den with ease.

21st Century Communication: Connecting to Families and the Community

Communication is key to running a scouting unit. Scoutbook, email, social media and mass text can all play a key role in connecting your families to the pulse of the group and council.

365 Days of Recruiting New Scouts

How does your unit continue to reach new families? Learn best practices, so your unit can be successful during Fall and Spring recruitment while also utilizing peer to peer outreach and Webelos crossover.

Scouts BSA and Cub Scout Panel Discussions

Talk to your local Scouts BSA, and Cub Scout Team Leads to know what is happening in the council. Bring your questions and get the inside scoop from your top staff and volunteers.

Activities for Kids!

We know that attending training often means finding supervision for kids. No need at this development conference! Parents attending the conference can bring their scout-aged kids for a fun-filled morning of adventure. Note that this is not a program activity for your Unit, but instead a convenience for parents.

Scout's Own Maple Syrup Kick-Offs

It's Syrup season!  We are excited to kick-off our second annual Scout's Own Maple Syrup fundraising program in just a few weeks.

Last year, $130,000 went to directly fund our Scouts and their adventures. This year, we’ve expanded our product line to offer even more funding opportunities for our Scouts.

We invite you to any of our three kick-offs in the upcoming weeks to learn more about the products and how to sign up your unit. Sign up here to register for your syrup sale.

Monday, February 11, 2019

6:30 -7:30 PM

Bay Village United Methodist Church

29930 Lake Road

Bay Village, Ohio 44140

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

6:30 - 7:30 PM

Unit Service Center

2241 Woodland Ave

Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Saturday, February 16, 2019

12:30 - 1:30 PM

Lakeland Community College

7700 Clocktower Drive

Kirtland, Ohio 44094

Boo-Tastic at the I-X Center

The I-X Center would like to invite Scouts from the Lake Erie Council out for BOO-TASTIC on the weekends of October 20-21 and October 27-28, 2018!

Come out for an afternoon of fun from 11am-7pm at the I-X Center! Scouts can save on admission by using the code SCOUTS18, normal general admissions tickets are $10.

Cub Haunted!

All Cub Scouts and their families are invited to a weekend of spooks and fun out at Beaumont Scout Reservation for Cub Haunted! The event runs for three weekends this fall. The weekends include October 12-14, October 19-21, and October 26-28, 2018.

Both troop lodges and tent sites are available for weekend camping opportunities. If you cannot make it out to camp, day passes are also available. Activities include hayrides, archery, BBs, a haunted fort & a costume contest!

We are also looking for volunteers to help with the weekend. We are in need of people to assist in the kitchen, and with the activities. Contact Brittany Dunne if interested.

To Learn more click below and sign up now for a Fall weekend of fun!