2019 Council Calendar 

Safety Recall Notice - Boy Scouts of America Neckerchief Slides

If you purchased a slide for the Lion, Wolf, Bear, or Webelos ranks during February 2018 - August 2018 you may return it for an exchange at the Scout store in Wailuku.  Tiger and Boy Scout neckerchief slides are fine.  Please contact the Scout office in Wailuku at 808.244.3724 Ext. 1 if you have any questions.  This is a voluntary recall and you do not need your receipt to initiate an exchange but you shouldn't use the affected slides for safety concerns.

2019 Unit Rechartering

All units (packs, troops, teams, crews, posts) are required to renew their membership with Scouting each year.  Through the process, chartering (sponsoring) organizations, youth member and adult leader information are updated as well as registration fees and Boy's Life subscriptions are collected/paid.

A representative of each unit can now complete the paperwork for renewing a charter online. With Online Rechartering, you can indicate returning members, add new members, and update information for an individual or the chartered organization.

Youth protection training is required for ALL registered adult leaders listed on your recharter. Leaders that need to complete YPT should visit to complete Youth Protection Training prior to rechartering. 

Each unit must select an adult to be its renewal processor and a single login/password is provided.

Recharter Deadline is Friday, November 30th 2018.

For questions, please contact your Unit Commissioner, Scout executive or the Scout office in Wailuku.

Fees for All Units:

  • Registration - $33 per youth and adult.
  • Registration Insurance - $1 per registration
  • Boys Life - $12 per subscription
  • Unit Liability Fee - $40.00 per unit

Recharter Resources: You will need to print the following and include with your recharter paperwork. 

Other Resources: Review these tips and common errors to help ensure timely processing of your units recharter. 

The Scout Me In campaign celebrates the BSA’s expansion to serve families and welcome girls and boys into Scouting in communities across the country. It reinforces that the mission and core values in the Scout Oath and Scout Law are welcoming, inclusive and foundational for both young men and women. Since announcing the BSA’s historic decision to welcome girls into Scouting, more than 3,000 girls across the nation have already enrolled in the BSA’s Early Adopter Program and are participating in Cub Scouts ahead of the full launch later this year.

“As we enter a new era for our organization, it is important that all youth can see themselves in Scouting in every way possible. That is why it is important that the name for our Scouting program for older youth remain consistent with the single name approach used for the Cub Scouts,” said Michael Surbaugh, Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America. “Starting in February 2019, the name of the older youth program will be ‘Scouts BSA,’ and the name of our iconic organization will continue to be Boy Scouts of America.”

Learn more about Family Scouting.



Upcoming events

Dec 4: Roundtable
Dec 5: OA Lodge Meeting
Dec 8 Christmas Tree Sale at Camp Maluhia
Dec 15: CPR/AED Training
Dec 18: Commissioners/Committee Meeting
Dec 19: Executive Committee meeting
Dec 24: Office Closed
Dec 25: Christmas
Dec 26-28: Trading Post Closed for inventory
Dec 26-29: Winter Camp
Jan 2-6: Tournament of Champions parking & car wash

Maui County Council BSA Store Hours: 8:00AM-4:00PM, Monday-Friday except holidays. Phone: 808-244-3724


Service Center

200 Liholiho Street
Wailuku, HI 96793

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