JTE is the BSA's planning, performance, and recognition program designed to encourage and reward the success of our Units
This is a training session to train persons (age 18 ) to be range masters for archery and BB gun ranges. This session will cover the safe setup and operation of such ranges. Successful participants will receive a pocket certificate good for two years.
A trained Range master is required for any unit to conduct an archery or BB gun range.
The COPE and Climbing program of the Cornhusker Council would like to invite you and other members of your unit to join us for Climbing Instructor training. The training will encompass all aspects of ropes, knots and technique related to climbing. Being an instructor has benefit for the Council by helping provide a quality program for the Scouts and outside group who visit our Wall. The benefits to the instructor and their unit are in the skills learned and the and discounted climbs an instructor can earn by being active in the COPE and Climbing program.
The 17th annual running of the Seven Feathers District Pinewood Derby will take place at the Syracuse High School Gym on March 16th, 2019. The Syracuse High School will accommodate a large crowd, so you can bring all the parents, grandparents, siblings, other relatives and friends that you can coax into coming (please be sure to bring at least one adult for every three Scouts). Lunch and concessions will be available on-site during the event. Registration is done online through the Council website and must be completed no later than Wednesday, March 13th, 2019. Be sure that you register for the 7F (Seven Feathers) Pinewood derby and not the Salt Valley or Prairie Winds events.
Scouting for Food is an annual food collection orchestrated by Scouts from Cornhusker Council. Local Scouts distribute door hangers across their towns and return to pick up the food items one week later. Collected food is distributed to needy families throughout the communities of the Council.