Council Registrar receives National Recognition

  Congratulations to our very own Johnnie Mae Hooper, Council Registrar, who recently completed requirements to be recognized as a Certified Registrar by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America.  This is a very important recognition as it validates that Johnnie has passed rigorous standards of maintaining the integrity and internal controls of […]

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2017 Sporting Clays Classic to be held October 6th

You don’t want to miss this great event!  If you hunt, shoot, or just like to have a great time with 4 of your best buddies, this is the event for you.  Registration is now open (and space is very limited) for the 2017 Quapaw Area Council Sporting Clays Classic.  5-Person teams compete for bragging […]

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A Message of Thanks to the 2017 Camp Rockefeller Staff

On July 15th, I had the great pleasure of attending the summer camp staff’s closing banquet. After a long day of hard work closing down camp, about 70 staffers came to the Donald W. Reynolds Scout Training Center for an exquisite meal. Their theme was 1970s and many dressed the part for some added fun! […]

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2017 July Council Operating Committee Meeting Attendance Report

  It is vital to the successful delivery of Scouting that key volunteer leaders attend these meetings and then bring back what they have learned, share the decisions they have made, and keep the district and local units informed. Find out how your district has been represented at council-level operating committee meetings by clicking This […]

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The Quapaw Scouter Newsletter is Back!

Get the latest news about all the events, activities, trainings, and news from around the Quapaw Area Council in the ALL NEW Quapaw Scouter Newsletter!  Click on the link below to download a copy today! Scouter May_June 2017

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Chainsaw Safety Course Scheduled

This workshop is free to participants, primarily aimed at forest landowners, emergency responders, and anyone who operates a chainsaw. This course covers all aspects for BSA certification requirements and is a requirement to run a chainsaw on any BSA properties. Lunch will be provided. Dana Hinkley, of Berlin, NH, has done numerous safety workshops for […]

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Council Achieves Journey to Excellence Gold

“Journey to Excellence” is the Boy Scouts of America’s coun-cil performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils. It is meant to encourage excel-lence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA. In 2016, and for the first time, the Quapaw […]

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