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FOX VALLEY DISTRICT
Serving: Baldmound, Batavia, Campton Hills, Geneva, LaFox, Lily Lake, Mooseheart, St. Charles,
South Elgin, Valley View, Wayne, and Wasco
Zip Codes - 60134, 60147, 60151, 60170, 60174, 60175, 60183, 60184, 60510, 60539
Up to Date News and Current Events:
Fox Valley Troop Invitations 2014 (updated 2014-11-11)
Link: Troop Invitations Webpage <----Click here NEW!
Who: Webelos Scouts or others interested in joining a Troop
Fox Valley Roundtable
Who: All Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturing, & District Leaders
What: Leader meeting to get up to date info on District activities, news, programs, ideas, etc & networking
When: Thu Dec 4, 2014 - 6:45pm Networking, 7:00pm-8:30 Meeting, (9:00pm FV Activities Meeting)
Where: Fox Valley Presbyterian Church - 227 East Side Dr, Geneva, IL
Themes: Boy Scout - TBD Cub Scout - TBD
Cubscicle 2014-2015 (updated 2014-11-04)
Flier: Cubscicle 2014-2015 Flier
Who: All Cub Scouts
What: Fun indoor and outdoor winter activities including crafts, hikes, teamwork skills, etc
When: See dates below. (Choose only one session) 8:30am-4:00pm
Where: Camp Big Timber – 37W955 Big Timber Rd, Elgin, IL
Winterall 2015 (updated 2014-11-04)
Flier: none yet
Who: All Boy Scouts, Venture Scouts, Webelos Scouts, and Cub Scouts
What: Premier winter camping and competition event with traditional Klondike Derby.
Friday night camping for Boy Scouts (Polar Bear badge opportunity) and Saturday enhanced events. Event occurs regardless of weather – Be Prepared!
When: Sat Feb 7 – Time TBD
Where: LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve – 37W370 W Dean St, St Charles, IL
**Fox Valley Upcoming Events** (updated 2014-11-07)
See the FV Upcoming Events webpage for Fox Valley District for the upcoming year or more.
Packs, Troops, Crews and families ... please use this schedule to coordinate these District events with your calendars. More detailed information is always being added to this list.
AVENUES of SERVICE:
Every division of Scouting, whether a Pack, a Troop, a Crew, or the District, Service is a measure of success on the Journey to Excellence measurement and recognition program. More than that - Service is a principle that has endured as one of the primary tenents of Scouting for over 100 years! The idea that it is good to give back to the community that so freely gives to us is important to the BSA and is one of the endearing qualities that keeps us relevant. Below are current opportunities for Scouting Units to take advantage of and help out the community with service! AND Remember to Log ALL Service Hours on the JTE web-page so your Unit gets credit for a Job Well Done!
Geneva Nursing & Re-Hab: