Thursday, June 23, 2011


At the battle of San Juan Hill over a hundred years ago, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt (later the first and only Chief Scout Citizen) didn’t shout “Charge,” or “Go Get ‘em” to his Rough Riders! He shouted, “FOLLOW ME!”

NAYLE is the BSA’s premiere Outdoor Leadership Training for Scouts, Venturers and Sea Scouts—both young men and young women. The closing date for the Central and Northeast region courses is fast approaching: FRIDAY, JULY 8TH!

At NAYLE, you’ll experience fun activities and group challenges, all outdoors, that will change your life and your approach to leadership! Here’s what one participant said:

“I had the best time of my life! NAYLE brought it all together in a once-in-a-lifetime experience I took home and used in my life. It’s not just Scouting!

NAYLE is for YOU if you’re…

14 years old and not yet 18.
Completed NYLT or “The NYLT-to-NAYLE Bridge.”
In good physical condition for outdoor activities.

Iif you’re in the CENTRAL REGION, contact:

Becky Fisk, Course Dir., Email:
Check it out at: Then click NAYLE link
Dates: August 1-5, 2011
Camp: S-F Scout Ranch, Knob Lick, MO
St. Louis Area Council (

If you’re in the NORTHEAST REGION, contact:

John Glockner, Course Dir., Email: – [908] 928-1115
Check it out at:
Dates: August 7-11, 2011
Camp: Onteora Scout Reservation, Livingston Manor, NY
Theodore Roosevelt Council (

NAYLE Course Fee:

$355, includes all meals, lodging, training materials, NAYLE cap, and 2 NAYLE t-shirts. (Payment in full due with registration.)

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