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Check out the 2018-2019 Roundtable calendar and make plans to attend.

October 20, 2018 - Fall Cub Event (flier).

November 3 and 10, 2018 - Scouting for Food. View the district master maps on Google Maps.

Download the Trail to Eagle presentation from the January 2018 Roundtable, as the original PowerPoint (~7.6 MB) or an Acrobat PDF (~2.7 MB), thanks to South Mountain District Eagle Advancement Coordinator Mike Caffrey.

Recruit a Scout, earn a patch!

The 2018 and 2019 South Mountain calendars are available (PDF).

Den Leaders, learn about places to take your dens in Pack 333's Go and See Guide for Den Leaders (PDF), courtesy of Michael Philip of Pack 333 and updated for 2016.

Learn about Cub Scout Leaders, Boy Scout Leaders, and Venturing Leaders Position Trained Requirements to make sure all leaders are trained for their positions.

Webelos Leaders, Cubmasters, and Cub parents should read the Parents Guide to Webelos to Scout Transition and Twenty Things I Know Now That I Wish I'd Known Then for hints and help about the transition from Cub Scout to Boy Scout from the South Mountain District Membership Committee.

Please fill out the South Mountain District Scout Family Survey and return it to your unit leader or email to Arby Beisel (Word document).

All training awards must be submitted using these forms.

Learn about cold weather camping in this presentation by Mark Firth, as part of his Wood Badge ticket. Available as PowerPoint (*.pptx, or *.ppt) or Acrobat PDF.

Trail to Eagle - visit Minsi Trails' web page dedicated to helping Boy Scouts' ultimate rank advancement. Read the Eagle Award Candidate Guidelines, get a copy of the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, and download a fillable PDF form the Eagle Scout Rank Application.

Read about the BSA Annual Health and Medical Record on our FAQ page.

Help young people to stay away from using tobacco at and maintain smoke-free lifestyles at

Unit Webmasters, the Council Guidelines for Unit Websites are available as MS Word or PDF.

TeenWorks Program allocates grants of up to $1000 to teens doing community service projects throughout the Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas.

Lightning Safety - learn more about how to be safe when lightning threatens.

Bear Safety - The Pennsylvania Game Commission offers advice on avoiding bear conflicts. Visit the Game Commission's web site to learn more about Living with Bears (PDF). You can also learn more about the Pennsylvania Black Bear.

Canoeing, Boating and Sailing links

Online training links

Duty to God Promotion Patch - read more about this patch.

All registered Scouters in South Mountain District should fill out the district biography form (MS Word *.doc format) or PDF version that can be filled out and printed or saved and sent as an attachment (PDF file must be saved to your computer to do this) and drop off a printed copy at the Council office.

Links for Constructing a Web Site with information for unit webmasters and more.





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