2022 Will be our first ever Council Convention!
Education, Fellowship, Food and Fun with other Scouters across the Northern Lights Council. Join us April 29 and 30 in Jamestown for our first every Council Convention. This event does replace our Annual Council Banquet. The awards previously given on that day and each district’s Award of Merit will be a part of our lunch program at the Council Convention.
Northern Lights Council is considered one of the best councils in the nation and it’s because of you, the Scouters, Scouts, volunteers and family that make up our Scouting community. Gathering together to celebrate and recognize all you do for youth. We hope it will become on of your favorite events each year. This is the time of year we get to share our admiration and appreciation for you and get to say thanks, for being the support that keeps Scouting the amazing program it is.
Before you start your registation checkout the Breakout Catalog availabe on registration website
Friday, April 29
7:30 Gathering and Fireside Chat Featuring:
- Scout Executive, Rich McCartney
- National Service Territory 4 Chair-Elect, Reid Christopherson
Saturday, April 30
8:15 am – Breakfast (Included with regular registration we will have special rooms for Wood Badge and Camp Alumni)
9:00 am – 9:30 am – General Session Opening
9:40 am – 10:40 am – Seminar Breakout 1
10:50am – 11:50 am – Seminar Breakout 2
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm – 1st Annual Scouter Appreciation Luncheon
2:10 pm – 3:10 pm – Seminar Breakout 3
3:20 pm – 4:20 pm – Seminar Breakout 4
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm – Seminar Breakout 5
Schedule of Breakouts
- Join us to become familiar with the coaching model and how to use it to better serve our Scouts. In the end, you will be able to…
Recognize the importance of coaching
Employ coaching methods to address different situations
Evaluate Options for Resolution
Council Advancement Committee
Join us for the Council Advancement Committee. All are welcome to this annual in-person meeting.
Cub Scout Shooting Range Traning
This training is required to provide district and council shooting sports ranges for Cub Scouts at events. This does take most of the day (breakouts 1-4) with a break in the middle for the awards luncheon.
Everything we do in life comes with some risk. Learn how we can minimize risk to ourselves, units, and youth as Scouting volunteers.