Popcorn Sales. Please sign up to sell popcorn! Download the Trails-End web portal/app (https://www.trails-end.com/) to get started. The top seller(s) gets to throw a pie in Cubmaster Kyle’s face at the end of the sale!
Just over a century ago, a group of 19 local residents met to form an organization in Marin County that would provide an educational outdoor program for boys to build character, train in responsible citizenship, and develop personal fitness. At that time, they founded the Marin Council, BSA and on March 1, 1923, they received a Charter from the 13-year-old Boy Scouts of America National Council.
Join us throughout this year in celebrating this Centennial anniversary of providing the quality youth-serving programs for boys and girls known as "Scouting in Marin!"
Check out the photos from our last pack meeting that featured some cool animals and a pie in the face for Cubmaster Kevin by the two highest popcorn sellers!
We filled up two huge vehicles with food. It was an awesome turnout. Thanks to everyone who participated!
The night hike was a lot of fun! Special thanks to Blake for turning his back yard into a blacklight museum. Here are a few photos from the evening.
Here are some pictures from our hike this weekend to Battery Townsley, a WW2 cannon installation along the Marin coast. We got to see an old coastal fort, a huge cannon, and underground tunnels.
We had a great time on the USS Hornet overnight last month, where our Scouts toured the ship, learned about the systems and mechanisms on board, participated in experiments, and listened to ghost stories. If you weren't able to make it this year, you'll have another opportunity on next year's trip!
A wide range of donors at every level is what has sustained the Marin Council so far, and what is necessary for us to continue to provide exceptional Scouting in our community. We depend on donations to improve and maintain our camps as well as help subsidize our camp fees so camp is affordable for all families, including camperships when necessary. Donations also underwrite administrative costs ranging from insurance to utilities, drinking water testing and safety, and governmental permitting. And donations help fund a capable staff, ensuring our Marin Council families are supported in a safe program. Every dollar donated touches a component of what it takes to operate our Council and every donation stays local, supporting our Scouts right here in Marin.
We hope that every Scouting family would become a Friend of Scouting through their donation. To make your contribution today . . . click here!