General Links

  • Boy Scouts of America website: The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, …
  • Connecticut Rivers Council: The Connecticut Rivers Council is one of New England’s largest private youth-serving organizations; the Connecticut Rivers Council delivers Scouting programs that develop character, citizenship, fitness, and leadership skills to more than 32,000 youth and…
  • Pack 24 on Facebook: This is a private group of parents and leaders associated with our pack. FB provides a great opportunity to share ideas, photos, and stay up-to-date on Pack 24 activities. If not a member send a request and we’ll add you.
  • U.S. Scouting Service Project: A group of dedicated volunteer Scouters who have brought the resources of the internet to Scouting and built an online community of resources to help all within our Scouting organization

Leader Resources

  • BSA TrainingLeaders are required to take Youth Protection training and suggested to take other courses such as Fast Start, and leader position-specific training. Training courses traditionally offered in a classroom setting are now available through the E-Learning site with membership to
  • : Scoutbook provides access to valuable tools and resources that will help with the day-to-day management of a unit. Pack 24 has a paid subscription to this service and den leaders will be utlizing this tool to help track your scout’s advancement.
  • The Patch Connection: The Patch Connection specializes in top quality embroidered fun patches for kids including Scouts, Y-Guides and all youth groups and the adult volunteers and commercial enterprises that support them.

Parent/Scout Resources

  • Boy Scout Trail – Uniform Guide: Official resource for Cub Scout, Webelos, and Leader uniforms…as well as proper placement of badges and insignias
  • Uniform Interactive Guide The Boy Scouts of America has always been a uniformed body. Its uniforms help to create a sense of belonging. They symbolize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.