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Unit Meeting Guidance

The Daniel Webster Council wants to ensure the safety of our Scouts, Adult Leaders, Volunteers, Chartering Organizations, and our extended Scouting family. As part of reopening the Scouting program, before a unit, patrol, den, or any other Scouting group meets face-to-face, all parties must agree that a unit can meet. This document must be signed and on file at the Council Service Center before any meetings may begin under these guidelines.

Units Must Agree to:

  1. Follow all guidelines, as outlined in this document.

  2. Follow all social distancing policies put in place by local, state, and federal governments. This includes any

    guidance from the CDC and the Health Department.

  3. Comply with any other requirements made by meeting location or Chartered Organization.

  4. Adhere to the BSA Youth Protection policies

Note anyone found to not adhering to established guidelines will have their permission to meet revoked.

Updated 6-15-21

The Daniel Webster Council wants to ensure the safety of our Scouts, Adult Leaders, Volunteers, Chartering Organizations, and our extended Scouting family. We thank you for helping meet the needs of our communities throughout these difficult times.

The Council Service Center will remain closed until further notice. You can visit our satellite office located at Nuttle Lodge at Camp Carpenter (300 Blondin Road in Manchester) from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.

Reporting an Incident

If there is a confirmed case of COVID-19 as a result of an indoor activity, the in-charge adult leader/volunteer should:

  1. Contact the Bureau of Infection Disease Control (BIDC) at 603-271-4496, and
  2. Contact the Daniel Webster Council Office using incident@nhscouting.org
  3. Enter the incident as a General Liability claim with the National office.
  4. Complete the Model Contact Tracing Tool and provide it when asked.

Daniel Webster Council Resources

The following documents are the current standards in place for all Scouting activities. The documents below supersede all prior guidance that has been issued.