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Resources

Here you will hopefully find all the little extras to help you on your scouting journey. If you know of anything that would be of use that isn't already on here, let us know. We are always trying to improve and want to provide as much as possible.

Uniforms

The button up uniforms we wear in formal gatherings is called a Class A uniform. The tee shirt we wear most of the other time is called a Class B. Class A uniforms can be bought through our council scout shop, at Melvin's in Victoria, or through www.scoutstuff.org. The preferred method is through the scout shop. Regardless of where you get it, you can only get the council strip from the scout shop (the pack usually has a few if you need one).


Click here for ordering uniforms and/or handbooks from our council


Class B uniforms are bought as a pack at the beginning of the cub scout year (sometime in September). Get with your den leader or the cubmaster to order these.


Click here for info on patch placement on Class A's

Helpful Websites

 
 
my.scouting.org - this is where you would take any online training.
meritbadge.org - an online reference for requirements for cubs through ventures as well as adult awards.
Forms - this is the BSA website for all scouting forms.
US Scouting Service Project - online collection of blogs, articles, images, and much more.
Boy Scout Trail - a large online collection of games, graces, songs, recipes, and much more.
Animated Knots - this is a great website to learn different knots.
Scout Stuff - the offical scout shop of the BSA (not to be confused with our local scout shop in Austin).
Scouter Mom - this website gives all kinds of great ideas for den meetings as well as items you may need to do them.
Guide to Safe Scouting - these are the rules we must follow to keep all the scouts safe.

Helpful Documents

Camp Green Dickson Info

The physical address to Camp Green Dickson is :


Camp Green Dickson

3360 County Road 381

Gonzales, TX 78629

Click here for more info on Camp Green Dickson as found on the Live Oak District's website.