New to Scouting
Scouting values inclusivity and welcomes people from all backgrounds and abilities. It develops a spirit of teamwork and respect for others. Scouts engage in activities such as camping, training and community service. Through structured programs and mentorship, Scouts have the opportunity to learn about nature, develop problem-solving skills, gain self-confidence and become responsible citizens.
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Welcome and congratulations on becoming a new leader in the Scouting programs of the Boy Scouts of America. Thank you for playing such a big part in helping the leaders of tomorrow!
Please click on the button below to learn more about your role.,The page is designed to give you a basic introduction to Scouting leadership, and also provide you with some tools to help you “be prepared” to serve your pack.
Help Make a Difference in a Youth's Life
The mission of the Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
2022 Scouts of the Year
We are happy to announce our 5 Scouts of the Year for the Middle Tennessee Council.
These 5 are a terrific bunch of Cub, Scout BSA, and Venturing Scouts that truly embody the Scout Oath and Law in their everyday life.
Wyatt Hensley, Webelos, Pack 358
Matthew Pyle, Second Class, Troop 593
David Olakunle, First Class, Troop 621
Hannah Neal, Life Scout, Venturing Crew 357, Troop 2019, Ship 1919
Jack Jones, Life Scout, Troop 137