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Scouting is about building character, developing personal fitness, and learning leadership and citizenship. These goals are achieved in the outdoors. The adventure of hiking, camping, swimming, boating, high-adventure challenges, and touring is woven into the program. What Scouting wants to do, is get kids into the outdoors and experience life. There are three levels of Scouting: Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturing. BoyScoutFacebooklogo

Cub Scouts - If you are a boy in first through fifth grades, or you are cubscoutsroanokeseven to 10 years old, then Cub Scouting is for you, and your family too. Cub Scouting is the first and the biggest of the three Scouting programs. Learn more about Cub Scouting and find a chapter near you at the Blue Ridge Mountains Council website.

Boy Scouting - If you are a boy age 11-17 then Boy Scouting is for you. Boy boyscoutsroanokelogoScouting is a program of fun outdoor activities, peer group leadership opportunities and a personal exploration of career, hobby and special interests, all designed to achieve the BSA’s objectives of strengthening character, personal fitness and good citizenship. Learn more about Boy Scouting and find a chapter near you at the Blue Ridge Mountains Council website.

Venturing - Venturing is a youth development program of the Boy Scouts of America venturingroanokelogofor young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) through 20 years of age. Learn more about Venturing and find a chapter near you at the Blue Ridge Mountains Council website.

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For almost 100 years Girl Scouts have been helping girls discover their self potential. Did you know that 70% of women in the U.S. Congress were Girl Scouts? They’re not alone. About 69% of women executives and leaders have participated in Girl Scouts. Girl Scouting is open to all girls between the grades of kindergarten and 12th grade. GirlScoutsRoanokefacebooklogo

Girl Scouts has designed age – appropriate programs that meet the needs of today’s girls. The goals of Girl Scout programs are to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. The model is based on three principles:

  • Girls discover their world and their own potential and strengthen their values
  • Girls connect with others through caring relationships and team building
  • Girls become empowered to take action and be advocates for themselves and others

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