Life to Eagle Class

Open to youth and adults the Life to Eagle class to help prepare for the Eagle application and project hurdles. You must register to get the link to the meeting. Also you must attend the entire meeting to get credit.

Life to Eagle Webinar details:

  • When……: July 30th
  • Time……..: 7 pm

Cyber Day Camp 2020

Cub Scout Cyber Day Camp

Atlanta Area Council Invites you

Join us July 13 – 17 and get ready for a “dino-mite” summer experience with Cub Scout Cyber Day Camp a Jurassic Adventure with Cyber-saurus! 

When: July 13 – 17, 2020 | Online various times between 9AM – 3PM 
Where: Link emailed after sign up 
Who: Any youth entering grades first through fifth Fall 2020
Cost: Two price options to work with your family 
  1. $15 per youth – comes with a shirt, patch and access to free activities
  2. $65 per youth – comes with a shirt, patch and Camp-in-a-box mailed (pick up locations are available, shipping is additional)  July 1st is the final day to order this bundle ensuring that you will receive the materials for the live event 
What Cyber Camp Activities Will Your Child Completed?
  • 1st Grade or Tiger Scouts
  • 2nd Grade or Wolf Scouts 
  • 3rd Grade or Bear Scouts 
  • 4th and 5th Grade or WEBELOS and Arrow of Light Scouts  
What Special Guests will you see?
  • GSU Fossil exploration – will include fossilization and mummification exploration
  • Painting Class – Two levels of event, one for younger youth and one for older youth
  • Cooking Class – Session with Chef Asata Reid, the recorded class will have minimal requirements and will be a recipe that any youth can complete with minimal adult support
  • Wildlife Experience – Join us for a Bee Keeping / Apiary virtual visit and learning opportunity
  • Museum of Natural History – virtual visit and Paleontology series of videos
  • Fernbank Museum – Dinosaurs alive!
  • National Geographic – Explore Soo Doong Cave
  • Zoo Atlanta – Field Trip Friday
  • America Museum of Natural History – Dinosaur fossils
Daily Schedule: 9 AM – 3 PM 
  • 9 AM – Opening ceremony
  • 30-45 minutes – Den Activity break out
  • Break to do activity in the box or optional other video/activities
  • 1 PM – Back together for virtual lesson/expert
  • After on their own with a hands-on activity
  • 2:30 PM –  Closing ceremony
  • Everything is recorded and will be on-demand | Great for replaying and can be done at any time if parents cant help their kids live


Cyber Day Camp Box Activities Content

Scout Expo 2020

Scout Expo 2020 – Back to Scouting will be held Saturday Sept. 12th, 2020 from 9:00AM – 3:00PM at Roswell United Methodist Church

Roundtable Meeting – 4162020

Northern Ridge Roundtable

Did you miss our first Virtual Roundtable last night?    Interested in what we talked about?    

Don’t worry we’ve got you covered, our Roundtable main session was recorded.    Don’t worry next month we will work on getting the break out sessions recorded as well.     

What’s that?  Did you say you had an idea for a topic?   Fill out our form and we will see if we can squeeze that fantastic idea of yours into the schedule.  

Check out our Roundtable Page for upcoming topics, events and dates.  

Break Out Presentations/Materials

Boys’Life 2020 “Say Yes to Reading!” Contest!

Boys’ Life 2020 “Say Yes to Reading!” Contest!

Read the winning book reports from 2019

Write a one-page report titled “The Best Book I Read This Year” and enter it in the Boys’ Life 2020 “Say Yes to Reading!” contest.

The book can be fiction or nonfiction. But the report has to be in your own words — 500 words tops. 

Enter in one of these three age categories:

  • 8 years old and younger
  • 9 and 10 years old
  • 11 years old and older

First-place winners in each age category will receive a $100 gift card from Second-place winners will receive a $75 gift card; third-place winners, a $50 gift card.

Everyone who enters will get a free patch like the one on this page. The patch is a temporary insignia, so it can be worn on the right pocket of the Scout uniform shirt. Proudly display it there or on another item such as a vest, plaque, or trophy! In the coming years, you’ll have the opportunity to earn other patches.

The contest is open to all Boys’ Life readers. Be sure to include your name, address, age, and grade in school on the entry.

Send your report, along with a business-size, self-addressed, stamped envelope, to:

Boys’ Life Reading Contest
P.O. Box 152079
Irving, TX 75015-2079

Entries must be postmarked by Dec. 31, 2020, and must include entry information and a self-addressed, stamped envelope

Escape the Great Indoors

Cub Scout Advancement Update March 20, 2020

From the desk of Mark Kopel, Advancement Chair

Questions and Answers

Cub Scouting/Scouts BSA/Venturing/Sea Scouting
Rank Advancement and the Coronavirus (COVID-19)


The following questions regarding advancement have arisen as we deal with closures, cancellations, or other issues caused by the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Although there are difficulties and constraints, advancement can continue. Youth, parents, and leaders should work together to implement creative, common sense ways to facilitate advancement while adhering to the Guide to Safe Scouting and following the rules of Youth Protection training.

Please follow this link to the Guide to Advancement (GTA), which remains the primary source for information related to Scouts BSA advancement. It is referenced throughout the answers provided here.   

Please send additional questions to

Bellow are just a few questions, attached below is the full document from National BSA.

Q: May parents sign off on Webelos and Arrow of Light requirements?

A: Yes. Through July 31, 2020, parents and other adults in the Cub Scout’s family, may sign off on Webelos and Arrow of Light requirements. We strongly encourage that parents use the Scouting App or ScoutBook to record completion of their child’s requirements.


Q: If my den is behind in advancement due to COVID-19, can my Cub Scout continue to work on advancement through the summer?

A: Yes. Cub Scouts can continue to work on their current den’s advancement through July 31, 2020.  This is to provide any additional time a Cub Scout needs to complete their badge of rank; if they earn their badge of rank prior to July 31, 2020, they may advance to the next rank


All Scouting Programs

Q: How can advancement be tracked remotely?

A: Scouting units should use ScoutBook to record and track advancement.


To track advancement remotely, parents should:

1)         Connect with their child’s member profile via an invitation that the unit leader sends within ScoutBook.

2)         Once a connection is made, the parent should use the Scouting app, found in both the App Store and Google Play, to stay connected with their unit.

3)         The Scouting app provides parents the ability to report any advancement that was completed at home.

Go to to learn more about how to start using ScoutBook and how to connect parents to their Scouts.

Leadership that Lasts a Lifetime National Youth Leadership Training – NYLT

NYLT is a week-long advanced leadership course designed to teach Scouts the tools, techniques and skills they need to be better leaders – not only in their units, but also at home, in school, and in their daily lives. Led by an exemplary, highly-trained youth staff, NYLT participants work hard and play hard together through group activities, games, and adventures as they experience Scouting at its best. Read more about NYLT

For more information, click here.

Watch this Video for More Information

NYLT Video

2020 Training Update

Youth Protection Training 2020 Update

Adult Registered BSA Members

On-Line Training for Position Specific Courses

On-line position courses are In the attached file.

Please note that position training for ALL BSA Leadership positions can now be located and completed on-line at

Choose a BSA program.  Launch the training series.