The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Troop 151 promotes this mission through a fun and challenging program which provides boys the opportunity to:

Learn life and recreational skills
Gain self reliance and esteem
Develop leadership and team work skills
Create a sense of pride through community service
Build strong character values
All of which support the Aims of Scouting Which Are To:
Build Character, Foster Citizenship and Develop Fitness.



Mohegan Council News

It is with mixed emotions that the Mohegan Council of the Boy Scouts of America announces Jeff Hotchkiss's departure as Scout Executive / CEO, effective September 30, 2018.

Since 2012, Jeff has played a critical role in the development and success of the Council, and while his proactive leadership will be missed, the Council wishes him the best of luck in his next Scouting adventure. Jeff served Scouting in the Worcester area for 6 years and provided dedicated service and saw many significant accomplishments, including:

Decreased annual budget deficits from (-62,312) in 2012 to zero in 2016 and balanced thereafter, by involving volunteers and staff in budget building, increasing revenue, decreasing expenses. Reduced annual membership losses by 97% (-646 to growth in 2016) & increased youth retention to 80%. Increased Cub Day Camp attendance by 39%, Webelos Resident Camp by 20%, Boy Scout Resident Camp by 10% and overall camp income by 10%. Developed first camp strategic plan in more than two decades. Brought six-megawatt solar farm from construction to production and crafted the spending guidelines for this vital income. A second one megawatt solar project was completed in December of 2016. Partnered with local company foundation and university to install solar lighting at all campsites and took our ecology center off the grid.

The Council cannot thank Jeff enough for the dedication, passion, enthusiasm and motivation he has given to local Scouting. He will be greatly missed by the staff, Executive Board, Scouts and Scouters alike. We look forward to following the success of his career and are hopeful and excited for the next chapter of Scouting in Central MA as we begin forming the Heart of New England Council. If you have any questions or concerns during this transition process, please do not hesitate to reach out to Assistant Scout Executive Nick Thornton (*protected email*) or Business Manager Jeff Harris (*protected email*).

Thu, Sep 20, 2018
Did you know your Scout can sell Popcorn online?

Scouts can sell Popcorn online as part of their sale to be able to share on social media, get long-distance sales, and more! Product sold online is shipped directly to the purchases, and the Scout gets the credit. Check out Lucy L. from Pack 144, Oakham's online store!

Product choices are different online, with some exclusive flavors, including Cashew Thunder and Cherry Cheesecake! Different size combo tins are available to mix and match.

How do I set up a profile for my Scout?

Easy! Your Unit Kernel should log into their account, and establish as Seller ID for the Scout. Parents will receive an e-Mail with instructions.

Once a Seller ID is established, navigate to Log into existing accounts, or create a new account using the Scout's Seller ID.

Can lone-selling-Scouts sell online?

Absolutely, parents of Scouts from units who are not participating in the Unit Incentive Program should contact *protected email* to have a Seller ID established for them.

Thu, Sep 20, 2018

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