Upcoming Scouting Events

The West Virginia Mountaineers and the Scouts have teamed up for the 1st annual Double Header Scout Day on January 21st. As a thank you for purchasing through our Scout Day in the past, we wanted to extend this exclusive offer to you!

All Scouts will receive discounted tickets along with group seating so you can experience the excitement together. Tickets start at just $5 for the Women’s Game vs. Texas Tech (Tipoff @ 1:00pm) & Tickets start at just $25 for the Men’s Game vs. Texas (Tipoff @ 6:00pm). Each ticket includes admission to the game and each Scout in attendance will receive an exclusive 2023 Scout Day Basketball Patch. A portion of each ticket sold goes back to support the your local Boy Scout Council. This offer is open to all Scout Members, families, and friends.

To purchase tickets to the event, simply CLICK HERE. Please be sure to select your council at checkout! 

All patches can be picked up on game day PRIOR to the start of the game. Gates open an hour and a half prior to Tipoff. There will be a table just inside the Gold Gate entrance just down from the Ticket Office. At the table there will be a sign that reads “SCOUT DAY PATCH PICK UP.” The table will remain set up until Tipoff.

Please contact Alexa Miley if you have any further questions at 304-293-8424 or email [email protected] and we hope to see you at WVU Coliseum on January 21st!

Cub Scout Pinewood Derbies
Coming February 2023

Two Trails District – Fort Steuben Mall – Saturday, February 4, 2023 Pre-register with Joe Kovaleski (click here)
Mountain Trail District – New Martinsville Elementary – Sunday, February 19, 2023 Pre-register required (Click here)

Upcoming ScoutBSA/Crew Events

January 28, 2023-Klondike Derby – Sandscrest Scout Reservation (Register Here)

February 19, 2023 and March 19, 2023 at Belmont College Register here

Wilderness First Aid Training for all March 3-5, 2023 Register

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/