Monthly Archives: October 2014

Everyone Bookmark This Page!

This page is the landing site for most all the activities: not only for Cub Scout packs, but also for families and most other Scout units.  Included are activity opportunities  for Scouting groups and also individuals.  Many offers are applicable to family and friends groups as well.  Categories of events include: sports, shows, museums and attractions, Cub Scout fun, Webelos only and more!

Visit the page often as information is posted weekly!  The site contains council, district and outside vendor event opportunities.  Discounted tickets and added value experiences are among the many features.  By using this page and these specific offers, not only are you getting a ready-made program at a discount and great experiences, but also helping the Patriots’ Path Council financially.

Liberty Science Center Sleep Over

Start the New Year with a special event!

Special Events

Join us at the 4th Annual New Providence Good Scout Award Dinner on Wednesday, March 11th!

Play golf with us at the 5th Annual Alumni & Friends Golf Classic on Wednesday, May 6th at The Architects Golf Club!

2015 Pawling Mountain Clay Shoot is coming up on Monday, May 11th!

Munsee District Pinewood Derby Championships

Munsee Cub Scouts and Webelos!

Munsee Winter Fun Cub Scout Extravaganza

A Fun Daytime Activity

Munsee Alaskan Challenge / Webelos Klondike

Lets take a journey to Alaska!

Join Munsee district for both a Boy Scout Alaskan Challenge and the Webelos Klondike!

This amazing winter journey will take place on Saturday February 7, 2015.

Registration will open soon!

For more information and updates:

Boy Scouts   Chair Patrick Lewis

Webelos   Chair Dan Turano

Scouting and STEM: Cub Scout Recruiting Night

Fun with science and technology

Toys For Tots Campaign

Help children in need this holiday season through the Toys for Tots campaign.

Registration Notes and Reminders

The fall recruiting season is in full swing and it is important to forward all new youth and adult applications to the registration department on a timely basis.

A new youth and adult applicant must be registered with the Boy Scouts of America in order to participate in unit and/or council sponsored activities. Without current registration participants are not covered by liability insurance at these events.

In addition the ability to present awards is also compromised. These individuals do not appear on the internet advancement roster so awards cannot be recorded and purchased.

Applications may be forwarded to the registration department in three ways

  1. US Mail
  2. Via email addressed to the registrar
  3. Via fax (973) 267-3406 ‘Attention Registration’

Please refer to the fee structure below for registration of individuals through the end of the charter year 2014.  Note that any fees for applications received without payment will be deducted from a unit account maintained in the Scout Shop either at the Cedar Knolls or Mountainside location.

Charter Renewal Report Package Checklist

The charter checklist form will be used to review a unit charter renewal package when it is turned in. A very similar form was utilized last year and this version incorporates some revisions and suggestions received after the charter renewal period last year.

Please note that there are five areas that will be reviewed. These are the most common omissions that delay activation of a charter.

Please click on each topic to be directed to an expanded explanation of the topic.

This procedure has made the process more efficient.  Once the package has been reviewed this form will be given to the person handing in the charter. Units will know from this quick overview that some additional information in needed before the charter will be activated.