SARS-CoV-2 Meetings and Activities Update
Per guidance from our Chartered Organization, Blessed Sacrament Parish, and the Diocese of Youngstown, all scout meetings and activities are cancelled until June 18th
Additional information may be forthcoming as the current situation develops, so pay attention to our website and calendar over the next couple of weeks.
We are currently waiting for the Governor to allow groups of 25 or greater to meet. Once this is allowed, we are confident we can begin meetings and activities with proper social distancing.
Has been cancelled.Summer Camp:
Summer Camp has been cancelled by the Council and will be replaced with a "Virtual Camp." Details are forthcoming.
please refer to this document
, which outlines how to satisfy advancement requirements while following the Ohio Stay at Home order. If you haven't already, please keep in regular contact with your Patrol and Troop youth Leaders as they should be your first contact for advancement and other concerns. Summer Camp
: We are still waiting on final details from the Council and definitive guidance from the State of Ohio in regards to resident camps. BSA Physical Form
: Parts A + B are required as usual. Part C is not required for this year only. The form can be found at the following site
.Canada Base Camp and Canoe Trip
: Has been pushed to Summer 2021 due to Current Border security in response to the SARs-CoV-2.Spaghetti Dinner
: If you sold any tickets, you may either refund the purchase price or ask to keep the money as a donation. Please remember to turn in any donations to Mrs. Steines or Mr. Burkey when meetings resume.
If you are a Scout or Family member, please make sure you register for an account on this website or update your contact information to receive updated information on your cell phones or email.
You can also sync our Google calendar with yours by clicking on the "+" symbol on the bottom right corner of the calendar on our website.
Remember: "A Scout is Clean," so wash your hands. "A Scout is Courteous," so wear a mask to protect others. And "A Scout is Obedient," so remember to keep your distance and stay 6 feet apart!
If you have any questions, please feel free to Contact Us
-Dr. Ken LaPolla, Scoutmaster