Easter Bunnies on Belgrade

TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR; Online registration has now closed

An Adult Easter Egg Hunt full of great prizes!

Saturday, April 13, 2019
200 Block of Belgrade Avenue North Mankato
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
$10 per adult


Twin Valley Council VIP’s Annual Dinner

“The Day We Honor TVC’s VIP’s!”

Sunday, April 7, 209
2-5 p.m.
Hors d’oeuvres Buffet at the WowZone in Mankato, MN
$20 per person

Join us on Sunday, April 7, 2019, as we honor TVC’s VIP’s!  This is a fun afternoon of Scouting fellowship.  We laugh, share stories, enjoy great food and celebrate how great the volunteers are in Twin Valley Council.  There will be a presentation honoring this year’s Silver Beaver Award (the highest honor bestowed upon a Scouting Volunteer).


New Phone System

Twin Valley Council Upgrades Phone System!  

We have a new phone system!  That’s the good news. 
We all need to adjust to different phone numbers and extensions – That’s the bad news!

Recently, the Center for Scouting updated all phones.  There are many updated features to the phones.  One such update is the ability to call the local 507-387-3123 number and be transferred to Ranger Tom at Cuyuna!  

The main phone number for the Center for Scouting will stay as 507-387-3123.

Please update your records as the direct extension line (507-387-3124) will no longer work.  New direct line numbers are:

  • Ray Brauer 507-387-0295
  • Erik Karre 507-387-0294
  • Rebecca Daul 507-387-0292
  • Elizabeth Paul 507-387-0293
  • Janelle Cedergren 507-387-0291
  • Shelley Corry 507-387-0290
  • Admin Building at Cuyuna 507-387-0298
  • Ranger Tom at Cuyuna 507-387-0299


Eagle Scout Extention

Scouts BSA – Eagle Scout Extension Request Process

My.Scouting is now updated to align with Scouts BSA troop offerings. Please consult this step-by-step guide to find how to request an Eagle Scout extension for eligible Scouts, ages 16-18 that joined on or after 2/1/2019.


Values Event 2019

Twin Valley Council LogoThursday, March 21, 2019. You’re Invited to attend the  Annual Mankato Values Event sponsored by Blethen Berens, to help us celebrate the volunteerism of: 
Phil KeithahnDuane Rader,John Roise, and Kiwanis Holiday Lights (more…)

‘Trained’ Leader Designation to Require Hazardous Weather Training

Effective April 30, new direct contact leaders must complete Hazardous Weather Training to be considered position trained. And here is one story about why this is so important.

Imagine as a leader with a group of excited Scouts you arrive at a council camp for a camporee on a rainy Friday afternoon. Saturday morning is filled with the sounds of Scouts participating in the scheduled activities, only to have the weather turn blustery with sustained winds of about 30 mph and gusts up to 48 mph. The trees of the heavily forested area start swaying madly back and forth.

As a leader, what would you do? Would you continue with the camporee or evacuate the camp? (more…)