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Adobe Walls District Highlights- June 2010

Posted in Adobe Walls by goldenspread on Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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District Chairperson– Dr. Joe Hillhouse-  jhillhouse@clearwire.net

District Commissioner– Rick Jones

District Executive– Vacant

June Calendar

3- District Roundtable

Cub Scout Camp

The Camp MK Brown Day Camp begins on June 7-9 and we are anticipating a great time had by all!.  It is nt too late to sign up for camp.  Everything is in place for a great three days of camp.  For more information, please contact the Scout Office at 806-358-6500.

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Golden Eagle District Highlights- June 2010

Posted in Golden Eagle by goldenspread on Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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District Chairman:  Greg Wynne, wynnerscircle@clearwire.net

Amarillo/Canyon District Commissioner: Scott Hollabaugh, cscott.hollabaugh@gmail.com

Hereford Area District Commissioner: HS Fuller, hsfuller42@yahoo.com

Hereford Area Program Aide:  Vacant

District Executive: George Etier, getier@bsamail.org

June Calendar

3          Eagle Project Reviews, 6:30 PM, St. Thomas Catholic Church

3-4       Camp Don Tiger Twilight

14-17   Camp Don Cub Camp

17        Eagle Board of Review

Eagle Project Reviews & Eagle Boards of Review

Adult troop leaders of Boy Scouts needing either Eagle Project Reviews or Eagle Boards of Review should contact Golden Eagle Advancement Chairman Gary Ries at 358-0552 to schedule them.  Eagle Project Reviews are conducted on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm in conjunction with Roundtable at St. Thomas Catholic Church.  Eagle Boards of Review are conducted on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Scout Office.

Fishing Derby

The Fishing Derby held at Southeast Park in Canyon on Saturday, May 22.  Everyone in attendance had a great time and the prize winners that day were:

First Fish

Tigers – Korbin Scroggins – Pack 64

Wolves – Bryce Mager – Pack 64

Bears – Johnathan Silva – Pack 4

Webelos – Samuel Cleeton – Pack 64

Biggest Fish

Tigers – Korbin Scoggins – Pack 64

Wolves – Brian May – Pack 10

Bears – Johnathan Silva – Pack 4

Webelos – Tyler Overall – Pack 130

Shortest Fish

Tigers – Matt Heffly – Pack 16

Wolves – Kaden Edwards – Pack 16

Bears – Johnathan Silva – Pack 4

Webelos – Triston Helsley – Pack 97

Most Fish

Tigers – Korbin Scroggins – Pack 64

Wolves – Brian May – Pack 10

Bears – Morgan Mager – Pack 64

Webelos – Tyler Overall – Pack 130

Most Unusual – 1st to catch a snapping turtle

Joshua Cherry – Pack 64

I will be at Camp MK Brown from June 3rd thru July 3 serving as Camp Director.   I hope each of you have a great summer with lots of Scouting adventures.

George

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Lone Wolf District Highlights- June 2010

Posted in Lone Wolf by goldenspread on Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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District Chairman- Duwane Skipper- duwaneskipper@yahoo.com

District Commissioner- Bob Post- postbob@allegiance.tv

District Executive- Steve Knollenberg- stevek.bsa@gmail.com

June Calendar:

10-12    Guymon Cub Twilight Camp, Thompson Park, Guymon, OK.

20-26    Boy Scout Summer Camp, session 1, Camp M.K. Brown, Mobeetie, TX.

27-7/3   Boy Scout Summer Camp, session 2, Camp M.K. Brown, Mobeetie, TX.

28-30    District Cub Day Camp, Palo Duro Lake, Spearman, TX.

July Calendar:

2-4        Council Service Center closed, Independence Day

9-11      Shooting Sports Camp, Camp Don Harrington

16-17    Dalhart Day Camp, Dalhart Bowhunters Club, Dalhart, TX.

23-8/4/2010   Centennial Boy Scout Jamboree, Ft. A.P. Hill, Virginia.

Palo Duro Lake Cleanup Recap

The Palo Duro River Authority asked me to pass along a great big, “Thank you!” to all the Lone Wolf units, leaders and Scouts who participated in this year’s cleanup.  The work you all did does a great service to the River Authority.  Congratulations, for a job well done!

Cub Scout Day Camps and Cub & Webelos Resident Camps

As this school year is over, now is the time to be signed up to attend one of our District, or Council Cub Day Camps.  Your Pack should be attending at least one of these camps.  In-district offerings include Cub day camps in Guymon & Spearman in June, and Dalhart, in July.  This year, we are offering more resident camping activities to all our Cubs and Webelos.  Look for dates and further details elsewhere in this newsletter.

Guymon & Spearman Day Camp Need Volunteers

We need additional volunteer help for our District’s Cub camps in Guymon & Spearman.  Please see the calendar above for dates and locations.  For more information please contact Kimberly Anderson at 806-736-0093, or Steve Knollenberg at 580-651-2615.

Have a great Scouting Summer

The summer months are upon us, which means GREAT Scouting opportunities for our kids!  Make sure your Cubs & families are going to one of our Day, or Resident Camps, and your Boy Scouts are going to Summer Camp.  All of our summertime camping programs are designed to keep you kids charged up about Scouting.  Summer camping programs truly do give your kids memories that last a lifetime!  Have a great Scouting summer!

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Quanah Parker District Highlights- June 2010

Posted in Quanah Parker by goldenspread on Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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District Chairperson – KC Hamill- Kc.hamill@goHastings.com  (806) 570-3744 (cell)

District Commissioner – Katie Loyall  jamesloyall@sbcglobal.net               (806) 220-9693 (cell)

District Executive – Vacant- Contact Anthony Escobar at 8-6=358-6500

June Calendar:

17     Eagle Board of Review

Every Scout Deserves a Trained Adult Leader!

Very soon any unit that does not have trained adult leaders will not be able to rechart. When you are trained it makes it a lot easier for you to get involved and do things right; and the boys get a better program and a better experience. Therefore this 2010, the Golden Spread Council’s goal is to have 100% leaders trained in all districts. If your unit has changed Cubmaster or Scoutmaster, or has new parents involved in it; they should get training right away. All the necessary training is on-line at https://myscouting.scouting.org/. If you need your Scouting ID in order to log in, please feel free to contact the Scout Office at (806) 358-6500 and ask any of the staff. Also, there will be additional training during the year so pay attention for dates and sign up. If for some reason you and your leaders cannot come to training, call Katie Loyall at 806-220-9693 and let her know. Katie along with the QP Unit Commissioners will come to you and train everybody. Don’t let this drag for too long, get TRAINED!!

Eagle Project Reviews & Eagle Boards of Review

Adult troop leaders of Boy Scouts needing either Eagle Project Reviews or Eagle Boards of Review should contact Golden Eagle Advancement Chairman Gary Ries at 358-0552 to schedule them.  Eagle Project Reviews are conducted on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm in conjunction with Roundtable at St. Thomas Catholic Church.  Eagle Boards of Review are conducted on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Scout Office.

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Santa Fe District Highlights- June 2010

Posted in Santa Fe by goldenspread on Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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District Chairperson– LH Webb-  sevencross@hughes.net

District Commissioner– Michael Stavenhagen-  mstavenhagen57@aol.com

District Executive– Gaylyne Manns- gmannsbsa@gmail.com

June Calandar

No scheduled meetings

Cub Camps

Now is the time to register for Cub Camps.  Many have Early Bird Registrations which will save you money by paying early.  Don’t miss out this summer!

Training

Every boy deserves a trained leader.  There are a lot of trainings offered on line on our website at www.goldenspread.com

Also, here is the link for some trainings offered throughout the Council

http://www.goldenspread.org/Programs/Programs.htm

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Venturing District Highlights- June 2010

Posted in Venturing by goldenspread on Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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District Executive:                Brad Drozell brad.drozell@scouting.org

June Calendar

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C.O.P.E
Do you know what COPE is all about?  Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience or C.O.P.E. is the challenge course (ropes course) program of the Boy Scouts of America. COPE is a series of physical, mental and emotional challenges facilitated by trained staff directed at enhancing personal growth. If you think you would like to know more, please contact Brad Drozell at 358-6500 or brad.drozell@scouting.org.  Make sure and sign up for the COPE- Merit Badge University class that will be offered on January 23, 2010.

Activity Committee

Come and be apart of putting together activities for our Venturing district.  Our next meeting will be held on June 17, 2010, 6pm, at the Scout Service Center.

Venture Crew Meetings
If you would like to be involved with more than one crew, attend one of these meetings to check out what all Venturing has to offer! Remember to bring a friend! Boys and girls are welcome, ages 14-20.
2009- Kwahadi Dancers- Contact Charles Ritchie for information, (806) 353-1505.
2012- Shooting Crew-Contact Bob Altman for more information(806) 358-6500.

2245- Pistol Shooting Crew-Contact Verna Popp for more information (806) 358-6500.
2072- Comanche Trail Church of Christ Youth Group-Contact Derek Chance for more information, (806) 457-8054.
2510- City Church Climbing Crew-Contact Chad Clement for more information, (806) 517-1379.

***If you would like more information about your crew in the Venturing section of the newsletter: success stories, advancement progress, etc., contact Brad Drozell (806) 358-6500. 

Venture District

The Venture activities committee is putting together some fun activities for this summer, but first you should be aware that we are now on Facebook (so look us up.)  Also, our first activity for the summer will be a Road Rally on July 2nd and 3rd.  Venturers will take a road trip out to Camp MK Brown and along the way you will have a list of activities to complete.  Once you arrive at MK Brown you will have the opportunity to swim, shoot shotguns, and campout over night.  Then you will return home the next day.  If you have any questions please call Verna Popp at the Scout Service Center (806-358-6500) for more information.

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Council Highlights- June 2010

Posted in Council News by goldenspread on Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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Cub Scout Summer Camp Information 

All the District Cub Scout Camp and Cub Scout Resident Camp Flyers are available at the link below.  Start planning now for your Cub Scout Camping experience.  All camps have an Early Bird Registration deadline so please watch your dates so you can save money.    

Cub Scout Camp and Cub Scout Resident Camp Flyers 

Boy Scout Summer Camp Information 

The 2010 Boy Scout Summer Camp is still accepting registrations for any Troops who would like to attend.  It is NOT TOO LATE to have a great week at Camp MK Brown.  For more information, please click on the link below.

Registration Form 

Leaders Guide 

Camp Staff Needed 

We are still in need of a few youth camp staff.    Applicants must be 15 years old or older and be willing to commit from June 13 through July 3.  We offer paid positions, tent housing, great meals, and the opportunity to have a lot of fun.  positions available are 2 General Instructors, 2 Waterfront Instructors, 1 Polaris Director (over 18 years of age), and 2 Dining Hall Staff.  We have new Camp leadership this year who have lots of great things planned for the staff.  Applications can be found at the link below. 

Camp Staff Application 

Scouting Safely

We should all be concerned about the safety of our Scouts.  The following website offers great information of Scouting Safely and we encourage you to take a look at it.

Scouting Safely

 

Youth Protection Training BSA Policy Change

To increase awareness of this societal problem and to create even greater barriers to abuse than already exists today in Scouting, the Boy Scouts of America is implementing several important changes to further enhance its Youth Protection policies.

Effective June 1, 2010, the following YPT policy will take affect:

1.  YPT is required for all registered leaders.

2.  New Leaders are required to take YPT before they submit their application for registration.  The certificate of completion  must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.

3.  YPT must be taken every two years.  If a volunteer’s YPT record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteers will not be registered.

To ensure these policies are fully implemented, please take the following steps:

* If you have not taken YPT within the last two years, log on to www.myscouting.org and take the training.  You will need your membership number located on your BSA Membership Card.  Call the Scout office if you don’t have it.

*If you have taken YPT on-line but did not input your membership number, log back on to the Training section of www.myscouting.org and input your member ID so the training will be linked with your records.

*  If you have taken YPT within the past two years but did not take it online, log in to www.myscouting.org to ensure your records are up to date, or contact the Scout Office and have us verify that your YPT records are accurate.

*  Finally, please share this information with all of your registered adults.

Youth Protection Training is available online at http://scouting.org/Training/YouthProtection.aspx

More information may become available soon and we will update you immediately via Constant Contact.

Are you a Trained Leader? 

The BSA has mandated that each Council has 100 percent of its Top Leaders~~ Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, and Venture Crew Leader~~ fully trained this year.  We will be offering many training opportunities to get you trained and once the 2010-2011 calendar is published in August, you will see even more training opportunities.  What we have found however, is that many leaders do not have the basic training which includes Youth Protection (good for two years only), Fast Start, and This is Scouting all which can be done on-line in the comfort of your home.  All you need is your BSA membership Card (you will need the ID number) and a computer with Internet.  If you know someone who needs the training and doesn’t have a computer or internet access, let them know we have set up a computer at the Scout Office to be used by any volunteer who needs to take on-line course.  If you can’t locate your card, please call the office at 806-358-6500 and Stephen can give you your ID number.  Please take care of your training requirements now.  Remember that “Every Boy Deserves a Trained Leader”-are you a Trained Leader? 

On-Line Training Link 

Junior Boy Scout Staff Needed 

Do any of your Boy Scouts need service hours?  If so, the Camp Don Day Camp could use you!  The Camp Director would like several Boy Scouts to help staff the Day Camp on June 14-16 from 9am to 4pm or any part of those days.  You will receive a Camp Tshirt, Patch, and lunch for the day(s) you are helping.  The pay is the satisfaction that you are providing enjoyment to young scouts!  For information, have the Scout contact Scott at 806-358-6500 no later the June 7. 

Does your Troop Members Need Service Hours? 

We are looking for any Troop who would like to spend a few hours on a Saturday cleaning up, cutting  grass, weedeating,  and performing general outside type maintenance at the Scout Service Center.  If you are interested, please contact Stephen Keel at 806-358-6500  

 Camping Brochure 

The Order of the Arrow has produced a “Where to go Camping” Booklet that describes many area locations to take your Scouts Camping.  The booklet also includes lakes, state parks and many other resources for you to use for your program.  Please take a look at this awesome document at the link below. 

Where to go Camping 

Craig Retirement Community Parade

If your Scouts are interested in marching in a parade, the Craig Retirement Community located at 5500 W. 9th Street in Amarillo is organizing one.  If you are interested, be there at 6pm on June 17 (in uniform of course).  Call Rhonda at 468-1102 for more information.

Amarillo Venom Indoor Football Scout Night

The Venom are offering all Scouts one more opportunity to attend a game.  Tickets cost $10.00 and can be purchased by calling Robbie Russ at 806-350-7277.  The game is on June 12th.

BSA Alumni Connect 

We are looking for a few good BSA Alumni!   We are looking for past BSA members (adults and youth) Alumni to help provide memories for upcoming celebrations and history.  If you know of a Scouter who is no longer active or was a Scout as a youth, let them know that they can go to the link below and reconnect with Scouting. 

BSA Alumni link 

Philmont Training Center 

The Philmont Training Center is nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northeastern New Mexico near Cimarron on the grounds of Philmont Scout Ranch.  More then 70 week-long courses are conducted each summer for unit, district and council volunteers.  A special feature of the Training Center is that families are invited and encouraged to share in the experience.  A staff is available to lead family members of all ages through a variety of activities that include horse rides, hikes, crafts, games, nature walks, archery, and much more.  

The Philmont Training Center has a course for every Scouter who is interested in learning how to provide a better, stronger Scouting program.  To register, go to www.myscouting.org and register under the Events Reservation Tab or call 575-376-2281 or visit them at www.PhilmontTrainingCenter.org 

Shooting Sports Camp 

Shooting Sports Camp will expose Scouts to Shooting Sports disciplines and activities in the areas of Archery, Rifle, 5-Stand, Trap, and Action Archery. Friday and  Saturday evening will be packed with Shooting Sports related demonstrations and exhibits. The NRA has generously provided some of our camp materials. 

This camp is open to all registered Boy Scouts and Venture Scouts and will be held on Friday, July 9, 2010 through Sunday, July 11, 2010. Check-in between 3p.m. and 5p.m. – Camp Don Harrington is located 12 miles south of Amarillo, TX on South Washington Street. 

 The cost is $95.00 for Scouts and $85.00 for adults that register before Friday, June 18th, 2010.  After that date, the fees go to $105.00 for Scouts and $90.00 for adults.  

Camp Fees will include use of camp, archery equipment, guns, all necessary ammunition and targets, instruction by trained staff, and various recognition items. Meals include a Friday Evening dinner, Saturday’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Sunday’s breakfast and lunch.  Dinner on Friday will begin at 5pm along with camp orientation and safety briefings.  More information can be found at the links below. 

Shooting Sports Camp Flyer
Shooting Sports Camp Registration Form 
 
Golden Spread Council Shooting Sports Wish List 

Cloth Sandbags for gun supports 

Shooting mats for prone shooting 

Riding lawnmower or Gas powered ATV to help move Clay Throwers 

Range Spotting Scopes 

Windmill for Sporting Clays Range 

Pop-up Canopies for range shade 

Flagpole 

Handcart or Dolly to help move shells and clays 

A10- Gun Safe 

6- 32 Gallon plastic trash cans 

10 Metal Troughs 

Metal Shooting Station Signs 

Please contact Bob Altman 358-6500, raltman@bsamail.org if you wish to help, or have any questions regarding this list. 

Council Program Kickoff and School Night Orientation

This awesome and very important event is scheduled for August 14, 2010.  The location has not been finalized but the date should be put in your busy schedule.  All units should attend!.  This event will showcase our entire council calendar for 2010-2011 PLUS we will provide everything you need to have a succesful School Night once we begin our recruiting schedule.  Again, please put this date on your calendar and we will have more information in July and August.

Eighth Annual Sporting Clays Classic 

It is hard to believe but it is now time to start preparing for the Golden Spread Council’s Sporting Clays Classic tournament and auction.  This year’s tournament will be our Eighth Annual Sporting Clays Classic.  This year’s Classic will be held on Friday, August 20 and Saturday, August 21. Our tournament has grown from 24 teams in 2003, to this year’s projected 50 teams and over 200 shooters.  These teams will come from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Colorado all in support of Scouting.  As you know, all proceeds from the tournament go towards supporting our local Boy Scout programs

With this many teams and shooters, we are in need of 150+ volunteers to help us run a fun and safe tournament. This letter is a request to you and to members of your troop or crew to consider volunteering some time to help us during this year’s Sporting Clays Tournament.  We respectfully ask that all volunteers be 13 years old or older (or be accompanied by an Adult) due to nature of this tournament.  

Volunteers are needed in lots of different areas and for various times. Volunteers will be needed on both Friday, August 20 and on Saturday, August 21.  As a volunteer, you can help on one or both days.  You can also specify to work mornings or afternoons or all day.  Every volunteer will receive a t-shirt as recognition for their time and help. 

Scout Leaders please share this information with your fellow leaders, Scout parents and with your troop and crew members. 

Please follow this link to our volunteer commitment sheet.  If you can help this year, please fill out the commitment sheet and return to the scout office as soon as possible. For more information please call Bob Altman at the Scout Service Center-358-6500.  

Volunteer Committment Sheet 

2010 Popcorn Sale Information 

Don’t miss out on this fall’s Trail’s End Popcorn Sale!  Register Your Unit Today!     

This fall’s sale is going to be bigger and better than ever. New products, prizes and incentives. Many packs and troops in thee Golden Spread Council use this as their only fund raiser for the year. This is a fun, fast, paced sale that not only provides funds for your unit’s program but also supports the Scouting programs and camps that you use in the Golden Spread Council.  Sign up today and be prepared to offer your Scouts the greatest program possible.  This year’s sale will be bigger and better than ever!     

 Here’s how to register for this year’s sale.   

To be sure that you don’t miss any of the information about the 2010 Trail’s End Popcorn sale, now is the time to let us know your pack or troop wants to participate. 

 We need to know: your district; your unit number and whether you are a pack, troop, crew or post; the name of your unit Popcorn Kernel; along with their email address (required); street address and phone number (with area code). 

To sign up your unit to sale Popcorn this fall please click on the following link! 

Popcorn Sign-Up Form 

Flag Retirement Ceremony 

A Flag Retirement Ceremony will be held at Lake Meredith Amphitheater on August 28 2010 @ 7pm.  On Saturday August 28, 2010 at 7pm, Borger Boy Scout Troops 560 and 507 will be holding a public flag retirement ceremony at Lake Meredith Amphitheater (adjacent to the Fritch Fortress camping area).  The ceremony is free and all are welcome to attend.  Any scouts wishing to help retire flags are welcome, please come about a half hour early for instructions. 

The ceremony will last about one hour, and we have about 200 flags left over from last year’s ceremony.  No disrespect should be shown to the flag of the United States of America; The Flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning.  The grommets that are left after retiring the flags will be saved as tokens of remembrance.  

If you have flags that you would like to have us retire, please arrange a drop off by calling James Farrer at 806-553-5859.  If you would like to have a flag retired in honor of someone who has served in the armed forces please contact James Farrer.  If you are a life scout and would like to organize the ceremony for your Eagle project, please contact James Farrer.   If you need further directions to Lake Meredith Amphitheater, please contact them at 806-857-3151 

Northern Tier National High Adventure Program 

If your Boy Scout Troop or Venture Crew is interested in going to the Northern Tier High Adventure Base in 2011, give Scott a call at 806-358-6500 to get the information you will need to make a reservation.  Reservations begin April 1, 2010 and are first come, first serve. 

Health and Safety Support Committee Confirms BSA Policy on Physical Exams 

The BSA’s Health and Safety Support Committee, which is composed of volunteers in the health and safety field across the country, thoroughly reviewed the BSA’s policies requiring physical examinations to be completed and signed by a certified and licensed health-care provider-a physician (MD, DO), nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant. This included a review of material provided by various individuals and organizations representing the chiropractic community. 

The committee determined the current requirements remain the best policy for the BSA, based on the fact that chiropractors are not certified to treat all of the identified high-risk factors included in the BSA’s activities (available at www.scouting.org, under “Scouting Safely“) and are not regulated universally across the United States. 

Simply stated, physicians (MD, DO), nurse practitioners, and physician’s assistants will be the only health-care providers to perform physical for the Boy Scouts of America. 

Campmaster Training Now On-Line 

Are you interested in spending a weekend at Camp Don and staying in the new Campmaster Building?  If so, why not join the Campmaster Corps.  Duties including checking in units, making sure they are settled in their campsites, giving advice on how to properly use our equipment and facilities and checking them out upon departure.  This is a great opportunity to help units grow in the camping program and enjoy a weekend at camp.  The Campmaster building is ready for you to enjoy.  Central air and heat, full kitchen and bath plus two bedrooms and a living room await you!  Training is now on-line!.  Go to the link below, take the training and then call the Ranger to set up a date and time so he can show you where the utilities connections are at Camp and all the other things you need to know.  Once that is completed, we will add you to the list of Campmaster!  

Campmaster Training Link 

Merit Badge Counselor Registration 

If you are a current registered Merit Badge Counselor, you must recertify every year.  It’s a simple process but must be done now.  Please click on the link below, complete and print the forms and send it to the office.  If you wish to be a Merit Badge Counselor, you must complete an Adult Registration Form and the form linked below.  There is no charge to be a Counselor. 

Merit Badge Form 

Venturing Program Changes 

The National Executive Board recently approved a resolution to change the eligibility requirements for Venturing to ensure consistency among Venturing, high-adventure bases, and other core programs. 

The current age and grade eligibility requirement for participation in the Venturing program is 14 years of age and completion of the eighth grade. 

Effective May 1, 2010, the minimum age requirement will be changed to 14 years of age, or 13 years of age and completion of the eighth grade. The maximum age for participation remains under 21 years of age. 

In support of this change, attached is a list of frequently asked questions. This information is posted at www.scouting.org/venturing 

Kwahadis Shows 

The Kwahadis will perform Song of the Eagle at the Kwahadi Kiva on May 28, 29, 30, June 4, 5, 6*, 18, 19, 25, 22, July 2, 9, 10, 11*, 16, 17, 2010 (Sunday 3 pm matinees).  Over 2500 Scouts spent the night in the Kiva last summer.  We will schedule additional shows on evenings when we have enough visiting Scouts or tour bus groups.   Lodging, meals, performances, and museum are available. 

Philmont Shows 

The Kwahadis will perform at the Philmont Training Center at 7:00 pm for hundreds of Scouters of all over America on June 14, 21, July 12, and July 19.  This will be the 25th year of Kwahadi shows at Philmont! 

The Kwahadi program began in Troop 9 in the fall of 1944.  Since that time over 1600 boys and girls have presented over 4000 performances in 48 states and overseas.  As the 65th Anniversary year began in the fall of 2008, 25 Kwahadis represented North America and performed with the Korean National Ballet in the opening ceremony of the International Xtreme Games in Busan, S. Korea.  Afterwards the group present five shows in various venues around the city during their 10 day visit, and enjoyed site-seeing and the fine hospitality of the Korean hosts! 

Memorials and Tributes 

In  Memory  of:                      From: 

None this month

January through May Eagle Scouts

First Name Last Name City Troop District
D Benson Amarillo C-2087 GE
J Brandherm Guymon T-160 LW
Brockman Hereford T-50 GE
Cooksey Amarillo T-87 GE
Corder Amarillo T-97 GE
Cutright Amarillo T-80 GE
N Dugie Amarillo T- 87 GE
Z Fick Texhoma T-142 LW
D Floyd Guymon T-160 LW
S Grigsby Amarillo T-94 GE
Hinckley Amarillo T-94 GE
D Kelley Amarillo C-2087 GE
E Law Amarillo T-87 GE
Q McElwain Amarillo T-79 GE
Moats Claude T-80 GE
D Myers Amarillo T- 87 GE
J Oliver Amarillo T-94 GE
Pullen Amarillo T-98 GE
J Ray Canyon T-31 GE
Rodriguez Canyon T- 4 GE
Sirmon Amarillo T-86 GE
Standish Amarillo T-80 GE
Tillery Amarillo T-80 GE
Walsh Amarillo Crew 2087 GE

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