You name it, Scouts do it. There are many fun-filled activities that take place at our weekly meetings, and on our monthly outings. Scouts learn life skills such as first-aid, nature, outdoors skills, cooking, conservation, mechanics, swimming, safe boating and many more. Citizenship is one of the foundations of the Scouting program. Scouts learn about government, their community, and become active with service and volunteerism. As Scouts develop leadership skills, they may be asked to help in more of a leadership role in their community or events. Each Scout has special interests, and there are over 200 activity pins, merit badges, awards, and special recognitions that can be earned.