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CCCBSA serves Chester County PA and the northwestern corner of Cecil County MD.
Grades 1-5
Boys 11-17 yrs old
Boys & Girls 14-20

  • Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

    IOLS - Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills

    October 1st -2nd, 2016
    pre-course meeting to be announced

    Camp Jarvis
    914 N. Valley Forge Road, Devon, PA 19333

    Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills is the required outdoor training for all Scoutmasters & Assistant Scoutmasters. IOLS also provides great training for Webelos Leaders and Crew Advisors

    Click Here for more information and to sign up.

  • Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training

    Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training
    October 29th, 2016 (Full training completed in one day.)

    Location: Glenmoore United Methodist Church, 
    1920 Creek Road, Glenmoore, PA 19343
    Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm
    Cost: $5

    This training is designed to help Scoutmasters or Assistant Scoutmasters get up to speed with their leadership position. Gathering and Registration begins at 8:00 am.

    Click here for more information and to register for this course.


  • Chester County Council Cub Camporee (C5)

    Save the date for C5!
    October 22nd and 23rd
    Chester County Council Cub Camporee 2016

    Bring your own tent and join us overnight to get your overnight camping requirement!

    This year the annual Chester County Council Cub Camporee (C5) has relocated to the more centrally located
    Paradise Farm Camps in East Bradford. All current and hopeful Cub Scouts and their parents are invited to attend! C5 will include games, activities, outdoor learning, team building, crafts, and a camping sleepover.
    Checkin and tent setup is from 12 - 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 22, 2016 (please eat lunch before arrival) and activities will take place from 1 - 6 p.m. Dinner will be served Saturday, followed by a campfire ceremony and a campout. Breakfast will be served the next morning and the event will conclude after an exciting Orienteering Competition around the Paradise Farm grounds.

    Location: Paradise Farm Camps in Downingtown, PA

    Cost is $20/person. Register Here

    Make sure to schedule this date in your calendar. Visit our website for more information and a registration link as the date gets closer.

  • Wilderness First Aid
    Wilderness First Aid
    Monday evenings October 17, 24, 31 November 7
    6 -10 pm each evening, participants must attend ALL sessions
    • Wilderness First Aid is a 16-hour training course offered by the Chester County Council and certified by the American Safety and Health Institute.
    • Who: For BSA registered adults and youth, minimum age 15
    • Why: To meet requirements mandated of units organizing a high adventure trek and/or to become a better prepared Scout. This course also fulfills the core first aid requirement for the Venturing Ranger Award.
    • Participants must attend ALL sessions.
    • A portion of the class will be conducted outside, so bring a flashlight and appropriate clothing for the weather conditions.

    Location: Chester County Public Safety Training Campus, 137 Modena Road, Coatesville, PA 19320 (Map)

  • Troop 52 Annual Cub Day

    12th Annual Ken Trimble Cub Day Event
    Scout-lead Badge Earning for Cubs

    Interested Cub Scouts and their families should signup through their den and pack leaders.
    The cost is $10 for scouts and $5 for guests. Registration is due by October 21, 2016.

    Click Here for more info.

    On November 5, 2016, Troop 52 invites local Cub Scouts and their families to the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance (1760 Unionville-Wawaset Road) in West Chester for a day of learning, earning and fun! This year we are expecting up to 300 total guests to attend.

    The schedule includes many perennial favorites such as woodworking projects, carving, knot-tying, camping preparation, fire safety, map reading, geology, hiking and games.

    Parents and leaders are welcome to stay (a must for Lion and Tiger Cubs). Lunch is served to all guests and volunteers on the beautiful BRCA hilltop. The day will conclude with a campfire, songs, skits, and awards – with all scouts participating.

    This yearly occasion is highly anticipated by not just Cubs, but the Boy Scouts as well. It gives them the opportunity to practice their leadership skills which are part of the core teachings of the BSA. And Cub Scouts get an introduction to one of their local Troops that they may choose to join when they crossover in the fifth grade.




Double your impact!

Gifts to the PARC Campaign or the Horseshoe Scout Reservation's Raise the Signal or the Year-round Canoeing campaigns will be matched 1:1 with a contribution to PARC.

Click here to find out more!

"We hope you will take us up on this offer; together we can make an even bigger impact on Scouting!"
Russ & Nancy Neubauer

Fall 2016 NYLT
Sep. 30 - Oct. 2 & Oct. 7 - 9
Outdoor Ethics Guide Training
Training for both Scouts and Adults
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills
October 1-2, Camp Jarvis in Devon
4th Annual Sporting Clays Invitational
October 7
Wilderness First Aid
October 17, 24, 31 and November 7
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