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  • Title: Council802
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Contact Us.. Donate to TAC.. CFC.. International Scouting.. SCOUT-A-THON.. OA.. Resources.. TAC Youth.. Calendar.. Youth.. Parent.. Volunteer.. Alumni.. Training.. Districts.. TAC News.. Program.. Shop.. Camps.. Forms.. Welcome to the Transatlantic Council, Boy Scouts of America website!.. To learn more about the Transatlantic Council,.. click here.. Transatlantic Council has been serving scouts and scouters throughout Europe for over 60 years,  ...   serving overseas in various capacities.. Our districts are very active with lots of fun for the youth as well as development opportunities for volunteers.. We have four council camps which offer summer camp opportunities in some of the most beautiful scenes all across Europe.. Our most up-to-date news can now be found at.. Sitemap.. All Rights Reserved • Transatlantic Council • 2013..

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  • Title: Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Barbarossa and Charlemagne.. Edelweiss.. Mayflower.. Mediterranean.. Rheingold.. Scout Shop Contacts.. TAC Office.. >.. Send a Message to:.. Vince Cozzone: Scout Executive.. Tony Dvorak, Assistant Scout Executive.. Mediterranean District: Pete Maskovich.. Melissa "Missy" Mitchell, Barbarossa and Charlemagne District Executive.. Mayflower District: Cristina Priddy.. Rheingold District: Ivonne Santana.. Tina Conard: Business Manager.. Please contact our.. webmaster.. for any website related issues..

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  • Title: CFC
    Descriptive info: Transatlantic Council, Boy Scouts of America.. Combined Federal Campaign.. CFC #11677.. Our Mission:.. The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling within them the values of the Scout Oath and the Scout Law.. The specific mission of the Transatlantic Council is to provide that same quality program that youth would get in the United States while they are stationed in Europe, whether in a military, foreign service, or expatriate community.. Py providing a quality program for Americans while stationed abroad, we really help young men and women feel like they are "at home.. ".. About Us:.. The Transatlantic Council office is headquartered in beautiful Livorno, Italy, but our Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout Troops, Venture  ...   provide the same quality of BSA program that you would find in America.. We have been established as an independent council since 1950, and we serve thousands of youth over the largest geographical territory of any BSA council.. We have full-time professional staff dedicated to serving scouts no matter where they happen to be located, as well as a fine team of administrative staff at our headquarter office.. Transatlantic Council offers Boy Scout summer camp experiences in some of the most beautiful camping atmospheres, such as: Kandersteg, Switzerland; Garmisch, Germany; and Walesby Forest in England.. We also offer Cub Scout camping experiences through Day Camps located throughout Europe, and residential camp in Munasiedlung, Germany.. Transatlantic Council also has a unique opportunity to participate in international scouting events which are hosted across Europe..

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  • Title: International Scouting
    Descriptive info: International Awards.. International Links.. International Resources.. Welcome to the home of the Transatlantic Council International Committee!.. Iceland Jamboree Flyer.. Caribbean Jamboree flyer.. Intercamp 2014.. Registration is now open for Intercamp 2014 hosted by the British Scouts near Paderborn, Germany from June 6.. th.. to 9.. All registration is done through the Intercamp site and not through Transatlantic Council.. It is open to Troops and Venture Crews.. The link is.. http://www.. intercamp.. info/en/.. Scout Pictionary.. Scout  ...   the International Scouting opportunities right here in our backyard! Please feel free to contact us with any suggestions, additions, etc!.. A letter from the TAC International Commissioner.. International Scouting Opportunities.. *** TAC International Committee wants you to start cooking.. Take a quick look at the TAC Cook Book site and see what's cooking.. https://sites.. google.. com/site/tacinternationalcookbook/.. If you would like to speak with the International Representative in your district, please contact Marilee Bisoni at.. mbisoni@alice.. it..

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  • Title: 2013 TAC Scout-A-Thon
    Descriptive info: 2013 TAC Scout-A-Thon.. 2013 TAC Scout-A-Thon.. Annual Scout-A-Thon.. September 1- December 1, 2013.. All Scouting Units can use additional financial resources in the fall as the new program year kicks off with many new Scouts.. Participate in the Transatlantic Council Scout-A-Thon to assist you with raising money for your program.. The Annual Scout-A-Thon is an opportunity for every Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturer to participate and earn money for things like camp and activity fees.. You may participate for yourself or others in need.. Either way, it helps Scouting! The Scout-A-Thon proceeds will help send more youth to camp and also help the Transatlantic Council to make  ...   fun way to help raise money for your unit and at the same time help support Scouting programs throughout the Council.. WHAT CAN THE UNIT DO?.. First, your unit plans to take part by deciding what their Scout-A-Thon will be (e.. g.. bowl-a-thon, bike-a-thon, jog-a-thon, book-a-thon, etc.. ).. Second, Plan a date and location to hold the event.. Be sure to give yourself enough time to make sure the event is successful.. Finally, fill out the unit commitment form to begin your journey to providing a quality program in 2013-2014 scouting year!.. For more information, contact your District Executive.. Unit Commitment Form.. 2013 Unit Leader Guide.. 2013 Prizes..

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  • Title: OA
    Descriptive info: Contacts.. Elections.. Fall Fellowship Schedule.. Letter from our Lodge Chief.. In Memory.. 2013 Lodge Leadership Development.. Nov 22-24, 2013.. Camp Freedom, Oberdachstetten, Germany.. Register Here.. Black Eagle Lodge 2013 Registration.. Online Registration Available Here.. Printable form.. Vigil Nomination Form and OA Arrow Man of the Year Form.. (Forms updated Mar 2012).. OA Vigil Honor Nomination.. OA Arrowman of the Year.. Founders Award.. We now have a.. Sample OA Call-out ceremony script.. Letter to the Parents (Form Updated Mar 22 2012).. Letter to Parents.. What An OA Candidate Needs to Bring to the Ordeal Weekend.. Great Attitude.. Sleeping Bag/Plastic Tarp for ground cloth or bag wrap as the candidate will sleep one night under the stars.. Tent for second night including anything that makes the tent more comfortable (air mattress etc.. )..  ...   permitted to drink as much water as they desire at any time during the induction).. National OA Website.. oa-bsa.. org/.. Black Eagle Lodge's Where to go Camping guide.. Cheerful service … that’s a hallmark of the Order of the Arrow.. Part of our purpose is to promote Scout camping.. To do that we’ve developed an.. online guide.. on where to go camping in Europe … but need your help! Our vision is to provide a source for Scout units to use as they plan their outdoor programs.. We need feedback on the input we’ve posted there so far, plus we need more input! If you have information on a good activity for Scouts (be it camping, rock climbing, swimming pool … anything that Scouts do!) please let us know!.. blackeaglelodge@gmail.. com..

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  • Title: Resources
    Descriptive info: Scout Religious Services and Information.. Awards.. Boy Scouts.. Commissioners.. Cub Scouts.. Eagle Scouts.. Friends of Scouting.. Historic Trails.. Links.. Publications.. Regulations and Military Publications.. Scouts with Special Needs.. Unit Websites.. Venture Scouting.. For additional resources beyond what is here, please check out.. www.. scouting.. org.. New Unit Membership chair Resources!.. Position Description.. Orientation Guide.. BSA Accident Sickness Insurance.. Experience Iceland!.. Ulfljotsvatn Scout Center, Iceland.. ulfljotsvatn.. is..

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  • Title: Duke of Edinburgh Award
    Descriptive info: Duke of Edinburgh Award.. Duke of Edinburgh Award.. Transatlantic Council adopts Duke of Edinburgh Award for Venturers.. For general information on the Duke of Edinburgh Award, you can link directly to the.. web site.. Registration Form.. Goal Attainment Form Submission.. The Transatlantic Council is adopting this program to support Venture Crews and Varsity Teams.. It requires trained adult mentors and we do not have the capacity to provide a large scale training program across four time zones.. We are happy to assist in formation of Crews or Teams who would like to work on this award.. Each district will recruit one mentor to work with interested youth in the district until we need to expand to community and finally unit based mentors.. Members of Venture Crews and Varsity Teams are all eligbile to pursue the award which is not the case in troops.. •.. The.. US Award is a unique and exciting self-development program available to all young people worldwide ages 14 to 25, equipping them with life skills to make a difference within themselves, their communities and the world.. ·.. Over.. 8 million people from over 144 countries have been motivated to undertake a variety of voluntary and challenging activities through the International Award program.. Award began in 1956 in the UK but has spread across the globe,.. Award remains as relevant today as ever before and experiences record levels of interest each year.. Last year, more than 140,000 participants earned a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award.. Four Tenants.. of the Award –.. Community Service, Physical Fitness, Special Skills,.. and.. Adventurous Journey.. – provide participants with a rare opportunity to better themselves while helping others.. The Award program is an incredible growing experience for all who take the challenge to achieve this prestigious honor.. Three Levels.. The Award is based around three Levels,  ...   hours of purposeful activity each day.. Silver – 3 days+2 nights.. 7 hours of purposeful activity each day.. Gold – 4 days+3 nights.. 8 hours of purposeful activity each day.. Residential Project.. – Only a requirement at Gold Level.. This 5 day+4 night project aims to broaden experience through living and working with others (who are not everyday companions).. The project takes place over a period of five consecutive days or two weekends.. It requires resilience, adaptability and consideration for others.. Time Requirements.. Physical Fitness+Skills+Service Plus… Adventurous Journey Total.. Bronze.. 3 months + 3 months + 3 months All participants 2 days + 1 night.. 6 months.. must do an.. extra.. 3 months.. in.. either.. Fitness.. or.. Skills.. Service.. Silver.. 6 months + 6 months + 6 months Non-Bronze + 3 days + 2 nights.. holders must do.. an extra 6 months.. Gold*.. 12 months 12 months 12 months Non-Silver 4 days + 3 nights.. 12 months.. an.. extra 6 months.. *Plus additional requirement of 5 day / 4 night Gold Residential Project.. Participants must spend at least.. one hour per week.. on each of their chosen activities.. The core requirements of Fitness, Skill, and Service are completed.. simultaneously.. at each level.. Participants must choose a different activity for each Tenant.. Program Leaders.. Advise.. , guide and assist young people to participate in the Award.. Keep.. records of participants and helpers, collect enrollment forms and participation fees and liaise with the national office.. Provide.. participants with Record Books and other literature.. Maintain.. the operation of the Award program within the unit.. Ensure.. the Awards gained are authorized and presented.. Organize.. and carry out the Adventurous Journey and ensure the safety and well-being of the participants.. the operation of the Award in their unit meets the requirements and standards of the US Award national office..

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  • Title: Calendar
    Descriptive info: Calendar..

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  • Title: Begin the Adventure
    Descriptive info: Continue the Adventure.. Boy Scout.. Cub Scout.. Venturing.. Begin the Adventure.. Scouting promises you the great outdoors.. As a Scout, you can learn how to camp and hike without leaving a trace and how to take care of the land.. You’ll study wildlife up close and learn about nature all around you.. There are plenty  ...   you have learned.. TAC E-Newsletter.. Here is the latest TAC E-Newsletter.. (November 2013).. Join our Facebook Group.. Join our Facebook Group for the most up-to-date council news!.. Where Units are Located.. Click.. here.. to find out where TAC units are located.. AFN Events.. Get the word out for your next event by publicizing with AFN!..

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  • Title: Providing a Compass for Life
    Descriptive info: The Adventure of Scouting.. Safety.. Types of Outdoor Activities.. Benefits.. Research Studies.. What to Expect.. How You Can Help.. Providing a Compass for Life.. For almost 100 years, Scouting programs have instilled in youth the values found in the Scout Oath and Scout Law.. Today, these values are just as relevant in helping youth grow to their full potential as they were in 1910.. Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives.. The Boy Scouts of America provides youth with programs and activities that allow them to.. Try  ...   and promote teamwork, Scouting goes beyond that and encourages youth to achieve a deeper appreciation for service to others in their community.. Scouting provides youth with a sense that they are important as individuals.. It is communicated to them that those in the Scouting family care about what happens to them, regardless of whether a game is won or lost.. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Scouting promotes activities that lead to personal responsibility and high self-esteem.. As a result, when hard decisions have to be made, peer pressure can be resisted and the right choices can be made..

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