Connecticut Yankee Council, BSA
Lighthouse

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Activities - Build Your Own Cub Car for Limerock Cub Posted May. 29, 2018
Are you looking for a great summer project for your Cub Scout Den or Pack??? Do you remember "soap box racers" or Cub Mobiles" from your youth? Do you think that the Cubs in your Den or Pack might get excited about the prospect of building their own Cub Mobiles and racing with their friends? Than what are you waiting for? Please sign up today (your Cubs will be happy you did!)!

More Information Questions - Contact Bill Reynolds
Training - Powder Horn 2018 Posted Apr. 10, 2018
High Adventure Resource Management Training
Camp Sequassen
8:30 AM Friday, September 28 to
5:00 PM Sunday, September 30

- Open to adult leaders and youth members 14 years of age and older
- Provides an introduction to resources necessary to for a successful high adventure program for Boy Scouts & Venturers
- Helps leaders to safely conduct fun and challenging outdoor activities
- Learn about the health and safety requirements, rules and regulations of the BSA as they apply to outdoor programs
- Learn the skills and resources necessary to operate an outdoor program
More Information Questions - Contact Caroline Griffin
Lighthouse District - LH District Award of Merit Recipients Posted Sep. 26, 2017
The Lighthouse District Award of Merit is an annual recognition for exemplary service to Scouting in the District. Nominations are accepted each year to select one or more candidates to receive this honor. Please click the More Information link to see the list of awardees from 1977 to date. Know a worthy Scouter who isn't on the list? Nominate him or her next spring!
More Information Questions - Contact Stan Malinowski
Activities - Quinnipiac Dancers Posted May. 24, 2018
ATTENTION SCOUT LEADERS
DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL FUNCTION THAT NEEDS A UNIQUE FORM OF ENTERTAINMENT?

The Quinnipiac Dancers, the Council’s Order of the Arrow Native American dancers, can help you with their interpretations of Indian culture through their songs, dance and outfits. We can tailor our performances to your group’s needs.

- Authentic Native American Dance Interpretations.
- Live Native American music.
- Audience participation.
- Handmade outfits depicting modern American Indian pow wow dancers.
- Feathers, bells and beads on flashy colorful outfits.
- All dancers are youth members of our Order of the Arrow Lodge, Owaneco 313.

We will take bookings on a first come first serve basis. Call or email early as the openings fill quickly.

For bookings or further information contact: John
Quimby: 203-248-1556 or johnboat1@hotmail.com
More Information Questions - Contact John Quimby
Activities - Camp Degree - Masonic Scouters Assoc. Posted May. 26, 2018
The Connecticut Masonic Scouters Association and Evening Star Lodge No. 101 A.F. & A.M. will present the CAMP DEGREE on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. Open to all regular Masons with an interest in Scouting, this Entered Apprentice Degree will be performed in a secluded forest location at Camp Workoeman by Scouters in full uniform. Dinner will be served in the camp dining hall prior to the degree. All Freemasons in good standing in regular Masonic lodges are welcome to attend. Those registered in the Scouting are encouraged to attend in full BSA uniform. All others should be dressed comfortably for the outdoors. Bring an apron, camp chair, and don't forget the bug spray. Please click below for more information and to make reservations. Reservations must be received by August 1. Walk-ins will not be allowed. Attendance is limited to regular Freemasons.
More Information Questions - Contact Seth Strohecker