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Welcome to the Northeast Iowa Council!

Since February 8, 1917 the Northeast Iowa Council, Boy Scouts of America strives to follow its mission by improving our youth membership, educational programming, and Council owned facilities. Within the past 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America has grown to serve over 91 million individuals. Within the Northeast Iowa Council, we have grown to serve over 3,929 youth within the four eastern counties of Iowa which include; Allamakee County, Clayton County, Delaware County, Dubuque County and Jo Daviess County, Illinois.

Family Scouting

The Northeast Iowa Council is providing information in order to provide some clarity surrounding the recent announcement of the BSA welcoming girls into its iconic Cub Scout program and delivering a Scouting program for older girls that will enable them to advance and earn the highest rank of Eagle Scout. Go HERE for more information.

Scout Shop Hours

Scout Shop Hours
Monday-Friday
9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Through October 26

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Recruitment Tips #6: Recruiting Adults year-round

As with Scouts, recruiting adult volunteers should be done year-round as well.

**Again, the key is ASKING for their help. Start with something small (say bringing a snack for a meeting). Then as you see the volunteer get more engaged, ask them to do something else (perhaps plan a den outing, or make calls).

**Always thank any volunteer who helps as this small recognition can be the difference of them doing more.

**Talk to your current parents to determine their strengths, interests, and free-time. That will tell you where they may be able to help in the Pack.

**When you have a volunteer new to a task, be sure to follow-up with them along the way.

**Ask hesitant parents to be co-leaders. This will get them involved and divide the tasks.
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