This event is located in your community and is a perfect opportunity for new Scouts to earn their Bobcat Badge and to have a lot of fun while learning. Cub Scouts are able to go fishing, shoot BB guns, archery and more. This event is often the first event a new Cub Scout family will attend.
As the leaves start to turn and the heat cools off, the Middle Tennessee Council hosts four weekends of camping in October at Boxwell Reservation. These family camping weekends offer shooting ranges, crafts, games, and projects. The camp is also an excellent opportunity to make new friends, spend time with family, and share in the fun and fellowship! Come fly a drone at camp.
This family campout is a unique opportunity at Latimer Reservation for families to camp and learn. Cub and Family Camping fulfills a vital part of the Cub Scout experience. It’s an opportunity for new Cub Scouts and their parents to start off with a great camping experience; after all, what young boy doesn’t enjoy camping, BB guns, and archery? We look forward to seeing you at Camp.
This Cub Scout event is located at our beautiful Latimer Reservation in Spencer, TN. This family camping weekend provides a STEM-oriented camping theme as Cub Scouts work on their NOVA awards. Cub Scouts will have fun launching water rockets, seeing the stars and other activities such as BB guns, archery, fishing, human football, and lots of FUN!
The Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America invites you to attend the Annual Memorial Day Flag Placement at the National Cemetery in Madison. This is just one of many ways the Scouts can show their patriotism and citizenship for our Country's Veterans. This tradition was started more than 35 years ago, and still continues to grow.
As Scouts, we know how fortunate we are to have a warm meal every night - whether around the campfire or at the kitchen table. And we know that not everyone is so lucky. That’s the genesis of Scouting for Food, the annual food-collection drive run by Middle Tennessee Council on first week of February each year. Scouting for Food takes place on two consecutive weekends. On the first weekend, Scouts distribute bags and/or door hangers to let their neighbors know about the drive. On the second, Scouts revisit those houses to pick up bags full of canned food, cereal, pasta, peanut butter, juice and other nonperishable items.