July 15-29, 2017
The purpose of the Boy Scouts of America, incorporated on February 8, 1910, and chartered by Congress in 1916, is to promote an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness.
A school-year program for first-grade (or 7-year-old)
boys and their adult partners that stresses simplicity,
shared leadership, learning about the community, and
family understanding. Each boy/adult team meets for
family activities, then twice a month all the teams
meet for Tiger Cub den activities.
A family- and home-centered program for boys in the
second through fifth grade (or 8, 9, and 10 years old).
Fourth- and fifth-grade (or 10-year-old) boys are called
Webelos Scouts (We'll BE Loyal Scouts) and participate
in more advanced activities that begin to prepare them to
become Boy Scouts. Cub Scouting's emphasis is on
quality program at the local level, where the most boys
and families are involved.
A program for boys ages 11 through 17 designed to
achieve the aims of Scouting through a vigorous
outdoor program and peer group leadership with the
counsel of an adult Scoutmaster. Boys alsomay
become Boy Scouts if they have earned the Arrow
of Light Award or have completed the fifth grade.
Varsity Scouting is an active, exciting program
for young men 14 through 17 built around five program
fields of emphasis: advancement, high adventure,
personal development, service, and special programs
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Designed for young men and women ages 14 (who have
completed the eighth grade) through 20 to gain insight
into variety of programs that offer leadership training,
fitness, outdoor, service, high adventure, and career
hands-on experiences. Venturing promotes the
conditions necessary for the growth and development
of adolescent youth.
Learning for Life
Learning for Life is a wholly owned subsidiary of the
Boy Scouts of America. The mission of Learning for
Life is to serve others by helping to instill values of
good character, participating citizenship, and personal
fitness on young people, and in other ways to prepare
them to make ethical choices throughout their lives
so that they can achieve their full potential. Learning
for Life can help schools prepare students to handle
today's complex society. It's designed to build
confidence, motivation, and self reliance.
The Order of the Arrow
The national brotherhood of honor campers, recognizes
those Scout campers who best exemplify the Scout
Oath and Law in their daily lives, and it has local lodge,
section, and national meetings.
How Can I Join?
For more information on Scouting programs, call or Visit us at our Service Center
Service Center hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Mon - Friday)
200 Liholiho Street
Wailuku, HI 96793
Tel: (808) 244-3724 Email: Click Here
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