UPCOMING EVENTS, TRAININGS, & OTHER GOOD THINGS

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DECEMBER 2019
NOVEMBER 2019
  • ROCHESTER FRIENDS OF SCOUTING BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER - Thursday, November 6th @ 7am-8am. Event is being help at Hilton Hotel- 10 E Center St., Rochester, MN 

      Questions call 507-287-1410

NOTE- Whether it rains or snows....the Rochester Breakfast  will be happening on Wednesday, November 6th

  • SUGAR LOAF FAMILY BOARD GAME LOCK-IN- November 9th/10th  Starts on Saturday evening at 6pm until Sunday Morning at 9am. Location is the Christian Crossing Center in Lewiston. Join us for fun and game, sponsored by Jimmy Jams of Winona.  Cost is $12/person  Game Night Details      Register online link

       Entry Deadline is Thursday, November 7th​

  • LIFE TO EAGLE IN HIAWATHA DISTRICT-  Sunday- November 10th at 6pm at Zumbro Lutheran Church. 

       Life to Eagle Info.

  • SCOUTING FOR FOOD - November 9th door hangar drop off. November 16th pick up food 9am -2pm

  • POLAR CUB PATCH DESIGN -  Attention Cub Scouts- Help us design the next Polar Cub Days Patch. Deadline is Tuesday, November 19th. Winner's patch will be reproduced for Polar Cub Days. Also winner and one parent will receive a FREE day at Polar Camp. Please click on the template to start your design!

  • SUGAR LOAF FRIENDS OF SCOUTING BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER - Thursday, December 5th @ 7am-8am. Event is being help at American Legion Post - 302 E Sarnia St. Winona, MN 

      Contact is Steve Young -1502 W Service Dr. Winona ​

       syoun1@amfam.com 

JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2020
  • POLAR CUB DAYS-  4 consecutive Saturdays- January 25, February 1, 8th &15th. This event is held at Gamehaven Scout Reservation and Cub Scouts and their families are invited to attend. Enjoy the great outdoors and take part in a lot of fun activities.  Polar camp details 

      Online Registration is now open for this event. Please go to   https://ghcforms.tentaroo.com/PolarCamp

For over 100 years, Scouting programs have instilled in youth the values found in the Scout Oath and Scout Law.  Today these values are just as relevant in helping youth grow to their full potential as they were in 1910.  Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives.

GAMEHAVEN COUNCIL

Boy Scouts of America

1124 11 1/2 Street SE

Rochester, MN 55904

CALL

Tel: 507-287-1410

Fax: 507-287-1413

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