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Why Join Scouting?

By registering your child in a Scouting program, he or she will have a lot of fun – while being challenged to develop leadership skills in an environment that stresses the importance of moral and ethical behavior.

If your son or daughter is in the first grade through fifth grade (or 7, 8, 9, and 10 years of age), he or she will join a Cub Scout pack (youth who have finished Kindergarten can join in June as Tiger Cubs).
*Note: The Lincoln Heritage Council is piloting a Lion Cub program for Kindergartners. For more information on signing your child up for Lion Cubs, contact our Scout Office, or fill out the form on our Lion Cub page.

If your son is 10 years old and has completed the fifth grade, or is at least 11 and not yet 18 years old, he may join either a Boy Scout troop or Varsity Scout team (must be at least 14 but not yet 18 to join Varsity Scouts),

If your son or daughter is at least 14 (and has completed the eighth grade) and not yet 21 years of age, he or she may join a Venturing crew or Sea Scout ship.

Be A Scout

To find a unit for your youth, please go to BeAScout.org. Once you have found the unit that best suits your child, you will complete, sign and submit an application so they can become official members of the Boy Scouts of America.

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Scouting Programs

By registering your child in a Scouting program, he or she will have a lot of fun - while being challenged to develop leadership skills in an environment that stresses the importance of moral and ethical behavior.

Join Scouting

To find a unit for your youth, follow the button below. Once you have found the unit that best suits your child, you will complete, sign and submit an application so they can become official members of the Boy Scouts of America. Be A Scout additional informati

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Thank you for your interest in contacting the Boy Scouts of America. Lincoln Heritage Council helps chartered organizations in its geographic area effectively use the Scouting program and to expand the use of the program to other community groups.