Duties Include: • Provide a spiritual tone for troop meetings and activities. • Give guidance to the chaplain aide. • Promote regular participation of each member in the activities of the religious organization of his choice. • Visit homes of … Read More

Chaplain Aide

The Chaplain Aide works with the Troop Chaplain to meet the religious needs of the Scouts in the troop. He also works to promote the religious emblems program. Reports to: The Assistant Senior Patrol Leader (and works with the Troop … Read More


The Boy Scouts of America was granted a federal charter in 1916 to provide a program of character development, citizenship training, and mental and physical fitness for all boys. The BSA issues charters annually to approved community organizations to operate … Read More

Chartered Organization

A religious, civic, fraternal, educational, or other community organization that has applied for and received a charter to operate a Scouting unit.


The Cheermaster is appointed by the Patrol Leader and is responsible for keeping moral high in the Patrol. Reports to: The Patrol Leader Cheermaster duties: • Keep morale high. • Learn songs, yells, stunts and campfire programs. • Set a … Read More

Chief Cook

The Chief Cook is appointed by the Patrol Leader and prepares eatable food for the patrol. Duties rotate for each outing. Reports to: The Patrol Leader Chief Cook duties: • Gather food from the chow box/Patrol bin. • Organize the … Read More


Chilkoot Trail in Alaska In 1897 the “ship full of gold” landed in Seattle and started the Klondike Gold Rush. About one hundred thousand get rich quick miners headed for the Yukon Territory and Alaska, about 4,000 actually found gold … Read More