We will be having a meeting of the Muskingum Valley Council Radio Club this Saturday after University of Scouting on the Zane State/OUZ campus. University ends at 4p and we will meet in the Campus Center building near the banquet room.
The Radio Club is open to all scouts and scouters of any age. There are no dues and no Amateur Radio license is needed to be a member either! we have several things on the agenda. Hope to see you there.
A 2017 survey of parents in the Muskingum Valley Council shows that they credit Scouting with preparing their Scouts for School, and for life!
- District Award of Merit- Chris Maples
- District Award of Merit- April Strunk
- Cub Scouter of the year- Matthew Kahle & Stefanie Kahle
- Boy Scouter of the year- Zechariah Bauer
- Herb Dilley Hall of Fame- Charlotte Ashcraft
Saturday, March 11, 2017, 6:00pm
St Lukes Lutheran Church
1330 Pine St, Zanesville
Potluck dinner: The District will provide Fried Chicken and Drinks, Plates, napkins and cutlery.
Please bring your favorite Appetizer, Entrée, side dish or dessert to share.
We would like to suggest that those whose last names begin as shown below bring the associated type of dish: (anyone wishing to bring an extra entrée may do so)
A-G: Appetizer H-N Side Dish M-Z Dessert
Join us for a SUPER evening of fun, fellowship and recognition.
Only $7.00 per person
Click here for a registration form:
RECOGNITION EVENT Flier 2017
What is the one thing that every successful Scouter needs?
To be on the cutting edge of course!
Anyone purchasing a knife from the Council Store between February 27th and March 20th will be entered into a drawing for a multi-purpose knife, which includes a seat belt cutter, glass punch, fire starter & flashlight! Come in and check out all our new knives!
Last Thursday evening at the Council’s annual meeting, Judge John Thatcher of Mount Vernon, Ohio was elected president of the Executive Board. John has 4 Eagle Scout sons, and has served as committee chairman of his sons’ pack and troop for many years. Long time council volunteer and past president Arv Palmer was elected Council Commissioner.
Amy Pinson of Zanesville, Ohio is now president-elect and will take the presidency at the conclusion of Judge Thatcher’s term. Other officers elected at the meeting are: Chrystal Rardin – VP Administration, Ed Romito – VP Fund Development, Amy Pinson – VP Finance, Jim Gill – VP Properties, Bill Shriver – VP Program, Chip Udischas – VP Membership, and John Wheeler – Treasurer.
Outgoing President Ed Romito and outgoing commissioner Chrystal Rardin were presented with gifts recognizing their service. Both will continue as members of the Executive Board.
New board members elected at the meeting are: Dean Cole, David Weinberg, Pam Paisley, Bryan Hardesty, Chad Jackson, Linda Udischas,
Ed Romito receives a thank you. Chrystal Rardin receives her thank you gift.
Assembled board members.
5:30pm: Networking/Light Refreshments
6:00pm: Dinner and Program
The Purposes of a Council NESA Committee
- Support the council’s mission and vision
- Help the council achieve its Journey to Excellence goals
- To find and encourage Eagle Scouts to become active re-sources for the council leadership and programs.
Gathering to be held at: Dresden United Methodist Church for a Cost of $15 An RSVP is requested by March 31st, 2017 (740-453-0571). All Eagle Scouts are welcome to attend this inaugural event of the Muskingum Valley Council NESA Committee. Please pass this Invitation onto other Eagle Scouts!
The Battle of Muskingum Valley Scout Reservation!
YOUR COUNTRY CALLS
RECRUITMENT FOR THE BATTLE OF MUSKINGUM VALLEY SCOUT RESERVATION
CIVIL WAR REENACTMENT
2017 Arrowhead District Spring Camporee
April 21st to 23rd 2017 Continue reading
Calling all Superheroes of Scouting (aka: Unit Leaders)
Saturday March 4th, 2017
10:00am – Noon
MVSR Fortress of Solitude (aka: The Dining Hall)
Come find out more about Boy Scout Summer Camp and the SUPER program the camp staff has planned!!!
Note: March 4th is the last day for the $25 deposit so don’t miss out on your opportunity to get you very own Green Lantern (pictured above).
Following the meeting there will be a lunch provided by the Council Woodbadge Committee. Donations will be accepted to go towards the Woodbadge Scholarship fund.
Our latest newsletter is now online. Be sure to read the whole thing!
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