Upcoming Scouting Events

Summer of Camping 2022

Featured Cub Events




OGLEBAY PARK SCHENK LAKE 8 am to noon https://scoutingevent.com/619-Fish

BROKEN TIMBER OUTDOOR EDUCATION CENTER – 10am to 2pm must preregister for free fishing pole and lunch BEFORE May 27th NO EXCEPTIONS  https://scoutingevent.com/619-Fishing



JUNE 11 (SAT) WILD THINGS GAME & SLEEPOVER (WASHINGTON, PA) Wild Things Game and Sleepover  for scouts and their  families gates open at 6pm first pitch at 7:05 to purchase tickets or for more info contact Erik Stouter at estouter@washingtonwildthings.com  724-250-9555. Cost varies for game, overnight activities and food. NOT A FREE EVENT

JUNE 25 (SAT) GREAT WESTERN SCHOOL HOUSE (living museum experience) Step back in time to 1870 as you experience a day of school in a one room schoolhouse as you play games, do crafts and learn about reading, writing and arithmetic with our Schoolmarm Ms. Rattine. Feel free to dress as they would have in 1870 and bring your lunch pail or sack lunch. The schoolhouse is located just west of the entrance to Ohio University Eastern (take the next lane on the right past the entrance to OUE on Route 40 W.) Make a day of it by visiting The Schaeffer – Campbell Covered Bridge, located on the college pond. The Underground Railroad Museum and Stratton Mill in Flushing, OH. There is a limit of 20 youth per session 9am- 12pm is session 1, 1pm-3pm is session 2.  https://scoutingevent.com/619-GWSH

DRAGON and DAMSEL FLY HUNTS -Saturdays from 9:30am to noon

FIREFLIES and CAMPFIRE – evening programs from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm.

STAR WATCHING ASTRONOMY on Weekend nights from 8pm to 10:00 pm


AUGUST 13 (SAT) CITY CAVE HIKE meet at the Ogden Newspaper Plant parking lot located on the end of 21st Street in Wheeling at 9:00 am. We will be hiking to Lewis Wetzel Cave you will need a flashlight for the pitch-black caves on this daytime hike. https://scoutingevent.com/619-HIKE

AUGUST 27 (SAT) BIRDS OF PREY PRESENTATION by Three Rivers Avian Center at Tomlinson Run State Park, New Cumberland, WV. Meet at 1:00 pm, at the Campground Shelter. Learn about a variety of birds of prey with a very fun and informative program.

Beatty Park 2022 Calendar of Events, Hikes and Activities

May 14(SAT) at 6:30 p.m., Steubenville High School orchestra concertThere will be a concession stand, and attendees should bring fold-up chairs, blankets or stadium seats.

 June 4(SAT) at 10 a.m., Advanced Hiking, steep staircases and a steep hillside to the fossil (learn about fossils)

Aug. 6 (THUR) at 6 p.m., Outdoor Concert by the community choir Friends and country western singer Chelsea Matta Householder will be performing.  There will be a concession stand, and attendees should plan to bring a fold-up chair, blanket or stadium seat. 

Sept. 17(SAT) at 10 a.m., Historical Walking Tour of Beatty Park. Tour begins near the entrance of the park. We will be walking to 10 to 12 historical locations in the park — approximately 1 mile — to see and explain what the features are and those that are gone. We will have large yard sign photos of what used to be at the locations. If you have wondered what the old stone lodge was built and used for, we will be telling stories and sharing all about this location as well as other locations and features. Light refreshments will be served at 11:30. – Sept. 17: 12:30 p.m., historical storytelling with participants meeting at the shelter house. For those unable to walk to the historical locations, we will have photos of them and discuss their purpose and importance to the park in days gone by.

Oct. 1(SAT) at 10 a.m., Children’s Scavenger Hunt; fossils/leaf identification. The children will be given a list of items that they will have to locate in the park while they are walking in the creek, looking for fossils, and searching throughout the park,” she said. Participants should wear boots for the creek and hiking gear and bring water and a snack. Parents must attend with any children under 12 years old.

Oct. 22(SAT) at 2 p.m., Historical Walking Tour, Union Cemetery. Meet at the cemetery at 2 p.m. and park and walk to various burial locations throughout the lower and older sections of the cemetery. Please wear comfortable walking/hiking shoes and dress in layers. The tour will be interesting and engaging and promises to be full of some surprises. she noted. “From Union Cemetery, you may opt to drive to Beatty Park with us. We will park and hike to the old stone lodge at dusk, where we will tell stories. Remember this is the week of Halloween so anything is possible,” she said.

Something for Everyone!

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EPA Award

The Environmental Protection Agency, as part of a public awareness campaign to celebrate its first 50 years, has partnered with the Boy Scouts of America to create an award for members of troops, crews and ships. This new award will recognize youth who research and learn about the subjects of human health and the environment, as the EPA develops its vision for the next 50 years. The objective of the EPA award is to combine a variety of disciplines to challenge and educate youth; introduce them to the breadth of the EPA’s involvement in environmental protection and conservation; and encourage them to research, investigate, experiment, demonstrate, survey, and study air pollution, water pollution, solid and hazardous waste, and ocean dumping.

How to earn the James M. Stewart Good Citizenship Award

Registered Scouts can earn the James M. Stewart Good Citizenship Award by completing all of the following requirements: Take the Jimmy Stewart Museum quiz, Write an essay of at least 500 words on the importance of citizenship in Scouting, Perform a good citizenship project in the community in honor of James M. Stewart. Learn more and order award materials at the official site. https://jimmy.org/scouts-bsa/