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Adobe Walls District Newsletter- November 2011

Posted in Adobe Walls by goldenspread on Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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District Chairperson – Richard Carter – 806-274-3463 slrjcarter@cableone.net

District Commissioner – Rick Jones – icsinstructor57@yahoo.com

District Executive – Eric Byrne- eric.byrne@scouting.org

November Calendar

11 – Popcorn Distribution (A&T Yard Pampa)

23 – Scout Office Closes at noon

24 – Thanksgiving

25 – Scout Office Closed

December Calendar

1 – District Roundtable (Pampa)

4– Christmas Parade (Pampa)       

Unit Visits

SCHOOL RECRUITMENT IS FINALLY ARE OVER! We did an awesome job with over 300 new scouts and several new units in development in Adobe Walls District. Now that we have them, we need to put together the activities to keep them. During November District Chair- Richard Carter, District Commissioner- Rick Jones, and I will be traveling the district to visit the various units during pack/troop meetings and parent planning meetings.  We already have several scheduled; so please email me at eric.byrne@scouting.org with your November and December unit schedule so we can drop in and say hello.  This is NOT and inspection but an opportunity to put names to faces and meet all the new boys and their families.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone. For more information, please contact Eric Byrne at 806-584-8045 or by email.  If you know of a potential Cub Scout, Boy Scout, or adult leader that is on the fence, please let me know; it’s never too late to welcome another scout to our family.

Spook-O-Ree 2011

Last weekend, October 29th was the annual Spook-O-Ree at Camp MK Brown. We had an awesome turnout and it appears that everyone had a great time. There were several cool touch-a-trucks, and lots of stations for the cubs to visit that kept them going all afternoon. CampDon had two weekends of Spook-O-Ree and I heard it was a good turnout as well. I am hoping everyone in our district will visit next year’s event because there are new ideas and thing on the table that will make it even better.  I was happy to see everyone have a good time and look forward to next year. If you, or any of your boys have ideas of what we can do to make Camp MK Brown Spook-O-Ree even better next years, Call or email at the above locations.

Christmas Parade

OK Adobe Walls! I have talked to a lot of people at many different units in our district about building the unity in Adobe Walls. We are going to have our first district unity event on December 3rd inPampa. The Pampa Christmas parade is that day and we are going to come together and honor the Eagle Scouts of Adobe Walls.

The plan is to have Cub and Boy Scouts walking in front of a float carrying Eagle Scouts past and present (no matter what their age is) I would like for each unit to bring as many boys that day in their uniforms and with their unit flags. I will send out an email to all the unit leaders with more details as we get them together.

Anyone that knows an Eagle Scout, please let your unit leader know so we can invite them that afternoon to be honored by our boys and leaders. If you have a way to contribute or have an idea to make this opportunity even better, please contact me.

I would like to show the community that Scouting is strong and united in our district. If this works out, we will take it on the road to parades in other town in Adobe Walls, so please…..lets show everyone how proud we are of our boys and lets build on the unity within our district.

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Golden Eagle District Newsletter- November 2011

Posted in Golden Eagle by goldenspread on Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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District Chairman:  Dean Sather

Amarillo/Canyon District Commissioner: Scott Hollabaugh, scott.hollabaugh@att.net

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

District Executive: Brian Lamirande  806-358-6500 or brian.lamirande@scouting .org

November Calendar

17- Eagle Board of Review

You will be contacted for all other meetings!

Please welcome your new District Executive, Brian Lamirande.  Brian just started on November 1, 2011 and will be meeting all of you as soon as possible.  If you are at the Scout Office, please introduce yourself to Brian!!!!

Location, Location, Location

Roundtable – St. Thomas Church on Coulter   7:00 pm

District Committee – St. Stephen United Methodist Church on Western  7:00 pm

District Commissioners – St. Stephen United Methodist Church on Western 7:00 pm

Eagle Board of Review – St. Luke Presbyterian Church, 3001 S. Bell  6:30 pm

Be sure to check out all of the Council-wide events, programs, and trainings shown throughout this newsletter.

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Lone Wolf District Newsletter- November 2011

Posted in Lone Wolf by goldenspread on Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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District Chairman- Duwane Skipper- duwaneskipper@yahoo.com

District Commissioner- Bob Post- postbob@allegiance.tv

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

November Calendar:

3- District Committee & Commissioners meeting, 7:00 p.m., FUMC, Spearman, TX.

12- Popcorn pickup, Dalhart, Perryton, Guymon

19- District Recharter Training Seminar, Spearman, TX.  TBA

19- District Awards Banquet, Spearman, TX

December Calendar:

1- Dalhart Roundtable meeting, 7:00 p.m., CUMC,Dalhart,TX.

6- Perryton Roundtable meeting, 7:00 p.m., FUMC,Perryton,TX.

8- District Committee & Commissioners meeting, 7:00 p.m., FUMC, Spearman, TX.

13- Guymon Roundtable meeting, VMUMC,Guymon,OK.

Roundtable Leader meetings

There will be no Roundtable adult leaders meetings, in November.  The next scheduled meetings will be in December.

Recharter Training Seminar

There will be a Recharter Training Seminar for unit leaders on Saturday, November 19, 2011, in Spearman, TX.  Your units recharter packet will be available for pick up, at that time.  Come for the recharter seminar and stay for the District Banquet!  Watch for further details in an upcoming Constant Contact.

Popcorn Sale status

Preliminary indications are that our District’s units had a very successful popcorn sale, this fall.  More detailed numbers will be passed along, as they become available.  Congratulations for a job well done!  These popcorn sales monies should go a long way towards ensuring your boys a fun-filled program year!

Popcorn Pickup

The sales portion of our annual popcorn sales campaign is now complete.  Popcorn delivery points will be in Dalhart, Perryton and Guymon, again this year.  Popcorn will be available for pickup on Saturday, November 12th,  2011. 

A detailed pickup schedule (including maps of all locations) will be sent out via Constant Contact, after Wednesday, November 9th, based on each Unit’s choice of pickup locations.  Please be on time for your scheduled pickup.  Your fellow volunteers, who are helping with the distribution, really appreciate your consideration.

Roundups – School Night for Scouting

Our District’s recruiting efforts for this year are still underway.  We are currently focusing on Boy Scout recruiting.  As you continue to sign up new scouts, we need to make every effort to get their applications turned in quickly.  Recharter time is rapidly approaching and we want all the new boys & leaders entered into ScoutNet, before we do the production run of the recharter packets.  One of the benefits to you is that you won’t have to enter the new recruits yourself, during the online recharter process.

Unit Recharters

Unit recharter time is almost upon us.  All of our unit charters expire on December 31, 2011.  We need to have the rechartering process completed by December 1, 2011.  This allows our Council staff adequate time to correct any errors, or help you with online procedural questions.  We are utilizing online rechartering again this year.  This is our seventh year to do a portion of the recharter via the Internet.

What does your unit need to be doing to get ready?

  • Complete any applications for any new Scouts, or leaders, and submit them, along with the required registration and Boy’s Life fees, to the Council Office, now.  This will save you from having to manually enter new members and leaders during online rechartering.
  • All applications for membership need to be complete: all birthdays, Social Security numbers and driver’s license numbers filled in, all signature blocks signed (this includes unit Committee Chair and Chartered Organization Head or Representative’s approval signatures for all adults, and Authorization for Background Check) and application dates.
  • Recruit/designate one adult leader from your unit to complete the online recharter portion of the process.
  • Remember, rechartering is not complete until all paperwork and fees have been received by the Council Office!

Please remember that the National Council registration fee is $15.  Don’t forget to add the $1 mandatory insurance fee for each paid adult and youth.  Recharter packets for your Unit will be distributed during the month of November.

District Award of Merit and Council Silver Beaver Award Nominations

Now is the time to be thinking about which of our fellow volunteer Scouters to honor with this year’s District Award of Merit, and the Council Silver Beaver Award.  These two honors are the highest awards that our District and our Council can bestow upon on our fellow Scouters, for service to youth.  Please take a moment and go here:  http://www.goldenspread.org/Forms/District%20Award%20of%20Merit.pdf

and here:  http://www.goldenspread.org/Forms/silver%20beaver.pdf  to review the qualifications for, and to download the appropriate nomination forms.  Nominations for the District Award of Merit are due to Steve no later than, November 1, 2011.  Nominations for the Council Silver Beaver Award are due no later than December 1, 2011.

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Quanah Parker District Newsletter- November 2011

Posted in Quanah Parker by goldenspread on Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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District Chairperson–  Joni Mickna – sjmickna@sbcglobal.net (806)674-7040 (cell)

District Commissioner– Steve Rodriguez Steve.Rodriguez1978@gmail.com (806) 231-3380 

District Executive– Chase Roach chase.roach@scouting.org  (806) 341-4491  

November Calendar

12- Popcorn Pick up day

Greeting

Hello, I’m Chase Roach the new District Executive for the Quanah Parker District. I am looking forward to many years of growth and prosperity in the QP District. I have been a life long Scouter as an Eagle, Order of the Arrow, and Volunteer Assistant Scoutmaster. My last 20 years in retail sales and management has been a great preparation for the next 20 years as a Professional Scout. I look forward to meeting all of you and growing the Scouting Organization we all hold so dear.

Spook-O-Ree—SUCCESS!!

Quanah Parker had 10 Packs that came out and enjoyed all the great activities at Spook-O-Ree this year. It was also a pleasure to have Troop 29 and Troop 132 help out with parking this year. With a record number of single day visitors their hard paid off with perfect parking!! Way to go!! Troop 62 also did an amazing job with their fun events they’ve been hosting for 25 years. Way to go Troop 62. As I walked around it was a great pleasure to know that Quanah Parker had such a huge influence on the fun that I watched in every boys eyes through out the day. So, thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to Scouting.

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Santa Fe District Newsletter- November 2011

Posted in Santa Fe by goldenspread on Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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District Chairperson– George Hall – ghall68@hotmail.com

District Commissioner– Michael Stavenhagen-  mstavenhagen57@aol.com

District Executive– Gaylyne Manns- gmannsbsa@gmail.com

November Calendar

8 – District Meeting

Fall Recruiting

Fall recruiting is coming to an end as of today we are 10 youth over membership for the end of the year.  4 units reorganized with new leadership, Santa Fe District is on the rise.

Popcorn

Thanks to all for all Units in Santa Fefor getting popcorn orders in on time.  Sure made it easier for me and you.  Remember the Delivery site will be in Mclean this year at the I-40 Youth group on 2nd and Commerce.  It will take place from 9:30 am to 11:30 am on November 12th.  I will send out reminders when it gets closer.

Spook-O-Ree

Spook-O-Ree at MK Brown was the best one ever. Thank you to all Santa Fe Troops and Volunteers that made it a success.  We have already started working on next year’s event!

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Ventuirng District Newsletter- November 2011

Posted in Venturing by goldenspread on Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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District Executive:          Shannon Scott: 806-358-6500 or shannon.scott@scouting.org

District Chairman:         Jay Barrett:  806-326-2800

District Commissioner:  DeLynn McGehee:  806-681-1623

Introduction from Shannon Scott

Hello Everyone!  As you may or may not know, on September 2nd, 2011, I joined the staff here at the Boy Scouts as the new Venturing District Executive of Amarillo.  I am happy to be here and look forward to getting to know and work with everyone!  If you have any questions, suggestions, comments or anything at all, please feel free to contact me any time.  Thank You!

November Calendar:

1-   Unit 2607 COPE (Group 1)

1-   Unit 2605 Field Trip at Coffee Memorial (Groups 1 & 2)

3-   Unit 2607 COPE (Group 2)

4-   Unit 2605 Field Trip  at Coffee Memorial (Groups 3 & 4)

5-   Troop 560 COPE

6-    Healthcare Pre-First Nighter at AACAL (6:00 p.m.)

12-  OPSU COPE

14-  Firefighter First Nighter atCentral Firestation(6:30 p.m.)

17-  Healthcare First Nighter at NWTHS (5:00 p.m.)

19-  Crew 2086 COPE

23-  Scout Office Closes at noon for Thanksgiving

24-  Office closed for Thanksgiving

25-  Office closed for Thanksgiving

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 Shannon Scott at 358-6500 or shannon.scott@scouting.org

Scholarship Opportunities

If you have questions about such opportunities, please contact Shannon Scott (Venturing Division) at the Scout Service Center 358-6500.

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Council News- November 2011

Posted in Council News by goldenspread on Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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Facebook

Did you know that the Golden Spread Council is now on Facebook?  If you enjoy using Facebook, we periodically post important items to keep you up to date on the activities taking place.  Look us up and FRIEND us!!!

Cub Scout Leader Pow Wow  

Have you heard?  Yup, there will be a Cub Scout Leader Pow Wow on December 3, 2011 at The Church at Quail Creek (801 Tascosa Rd., Amarillo).  Plans are well underway to offer lots of awesome classes for all new and experienced Cub Scout leaders.  We will also offer Den Chief training for Boy Scouts who want to help in a Cub Pack!  Please click on the link below for more information and to register online

Pow Wow Information

Pow Wow Online Registration

Report to the State Opportunity  NEW

The 2012 Annual Report to State Parade and Ceremony has the theme of “Prepared for Life”. 

As they have for the past 63 years Scouts from throughout the
State of Texas will converge on Austin on February 4, 2012 to participate in the Annual Report to State Ceremonies and to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scouts of America.

Scout units from throughout Texas are invited to participate in the parade and to take advantage of the wonderful education opportunities that are available by visiting the state capitol and the many other institutions and museums found throughout the City of Austin.

The annual event will begin with the gathering of delegations and units at the Congress Avenue / Ann Richards Bridge. Thousands of Scouts will parade up Congress Avenue to the Capitol Building where the delegates will give a report on the service accomplishments of Scouting in their council in the Chambers of the House of Representatives. The parade starts at 9:00 am and units assemble on the bridge between 7:30 am – 8:30 am.

This is a wonderful opportunity for Scouts to participate in a Texas Scouting tradition surrounded by their fellow Scouts, leaders, and dignitaries of their State. Don’t miss this great Scouting event.  For additional information on how your unit can participate contact the Scout Service Center or visit the Capitol Area Council website at http://www.bsacac.org.

Award of Merit/Silver Beaver Nominations

District Award of Merit and Council Silver Beaver Award Nominations  NEW

Now is the time to be thinking about which of our fellow volunteer Scouters to honor with this year’s District Award of Merit, and the Council Silver Beaver Award.  These two honors are the highest awards that our Districts and our Council can bestow upon on our fellow Scouters, for service to youth.  Please take a moment and go here:  http://www.goldenspread.org/Forms/District%20Award%20of%20Merit.pdf

and here:  http://www.goldenspread.org/Forms/silverbeaver.pdf  to review the qualifications for, and to download the appropriate nomination forms.  Nominations for the District Award of Merit are now due!  Nominations for the Council Silver Beaver Award are due to the Scout Service Center no later than December 1, 2011.

Kwahadi Dancers  NEW

A Place Where Children are the Stars!

The Kwahadi Dancers, Venturing Crew 9, and Their Museum

The Kwahadi Dancers began as a one-time performance in the fall of 1944 with a camporee contest performance by Troop 9, but today the Kwahadis have a history of over 4300 performances in 48 states and overseas!  Over 1600 boys and girls from communities all across the area have performed in the youth dance theater, and 300 of them have earned high honors as Eagle Scouts and Gold Awards!  They have represented the United States at the International Festival of the Arts and at the International Olympic Xtreme Games.  They have performed at three National Scout Jamborees and several Canadian and European jamborees!  They perform coast to coast annually for church and youth programs promoting high ideals for youth.

The youth began to dream long ago about having a place to rehearse, to perform, and to display their growing collection of fine art and interesting artifacts!   Their national fame brought in contributions from around the nation to build the two million dollar Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian and Sybil B. Harrington Event Center!  The center opened on June 12, 2004, and over 100,000 people from the High Plains and around the world have visited the growing collections of the museum and attended performances!

The center is owned and operated by Kwahadi Heritage, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation.  No youth or leader receives any pay.  The museum gift shop features the fine works of over 100 native artists, and the proceeds are used to keep the center open.  The event center is used for school docent programs, art shows, meetings, conventions, dinners, receptions, celebrations, proms, weddings, and commercial exhibits.

The world famous Kwahadi Dancers perform their annual summer and winter shows in the center, and youth from area schools and churches present their own performances.  Preparations are underway to proceed with Phase II of the museum construction which will double the size of the museum and gift shop and will build the Children’s Theater, a magnificent theater in-the-round.  You can learn more about the Kwahadi Dancers and museum activities at www.kwahadi.com.

Scout Shop   NEW

Did you know that you can get all your uniform items and other really cool Scouting stuff from our local Scout Shop?  If you haven’t come in lately, you are missing the opportunity to see all our new items.  If you are looking for that special Christmas gift, how about a Scout item?  If you are  in to Scrapbooking, we have great items for that hobby as well!  Lots of cool things are available!  If you live far away, we can mail you anything you might need but if you are in the area, stop in and say hi!

Popcorn 2011 Important Dates  NEW

Popcorn Pick Up                November 12, 2011 

All Popcorn Money Due December 2, 2011

Jamboree 2013

Registration for the 2013 National Jamboree to be held July 15-24 at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve is now open.  Check out the link below for Applications, General Information Flyer and all other information you may need.  Call Bob Altman at 806-358-6500 for more info.

Jamboree Link

Philmont Opportunities  NEW

Individual Unit Reservations for the year 2013 will take place during November 2011 using a web-based registration process. A registration information packet with all the instructions for the registration system will be emailed to all interested units by mid-October 2011 and will be posted to www.philmontscoutranch.org in mid-October. Units may request this information by contacting Philmont Scout Ranch at 575-376-2281 x 1139 or email camping@philmontscoutranch.org

1. 2013 online reservation requests for the random selection registration will take place during November 2011. Units will be eligible to register during a week assigned to their BSA Region. At the conclusion, a final week of open enrollment will be available. EACH UNIT IS ASKED TO HAVE ONLY ONE REPRESENTATIVE PLACE THE ENTRY SOMETIME DURING THE ASSIGNED WEEK OR DURING THE OPEN ENROLLMENT WEEK.

2. The unit representative may register members of their chartered unit only, but are not limited to one crew (maximum crew size=12 participants), however, please be realistic when estimating attendance to avoid unnecessary expense (forfeited deposit fees) and to permit the maximum number of units to make a reservation.

3. When 2013 reaches capacity, groups will be placed on a reserve list for 2013 in the order reservations are randomly selected.

4. Units with a confirmed 2012 reservation may not place a reservation for the year 2013 units may not attend in two consecutive seasons Reservations MAY NOT be transferred from one unit to another. Philmont maintains a reserve list and will contact the next available group in the event of a cancellation.

5. Boy Scout Troops, Varsity Teams and Venture Crews who have officially been on the waiting list for the past four consecutive years (2012, 2011, 2010, 2009) will be given priority treatment. These units need to place an entry and the reservation system will place them before all other reservation requests are randomly considered.

CAVALCADES

A random drawing will be held late January 2012 for the 2013 Cavalcades. To participate in the drawing, notify Philmont in writing by January 1, 2012 (can be emailed). Upon completion of the drawing, results will be mailed to each interested unit. Selected groups will receive a reservation form that must be approved by their local council and returned with their deposit. A group may not attend in two consecutive seasons on a Cavalcade experience and/or a Backpacking Expedition.

Cavalcade participants will trek on horseback over some of Philmont’s most scenic trails. Designed for Chartered Troops or Venturing Crews, Cavalcade participants acquire riding and packing skills long in use in the American West. Philmont offers two eight-day, eight-night Cavalcades on each arrival date. (June 16, 17, 25, 26, July 5, 6, 14, 15, 24, 25, August 2, 3, 12, 13) The cost for 2013 is $720 for each participant. The crew size is 10-15 participants, including leaders. There is a 200 pound weight limit for all riders, without exception.

Age Requirements for Participation

– Philmont participants for both Expeditions and Cavalcades for 2013 must be 14 years of age OR completed the eighth (8th) grade and be at least 13 years of age.

To avoid disappointment, please do not request or expect exceptions! Philmont can make no exceptions to the minimum age requirement for attendance.

Adult Leadership

– A minimum of two adult leaders is required for both Expeditions and Cavalcades. The maximum number of adults per crew is four.

Injury Reporting 

Unit-level volunteers must report to the council any incident that requires treatment beyond Scout rendered first aid.  If, say, a cut finger or a twisted ankle is treated on site, no report is needed.  If a cut finger requires a visit to the doctor and stitches, the report must be submitted along with any relevent photographs, doctors’ forms etc.  The incident form is located at the link below or on our web site in the forms (safety) section.

Incident Form

Guide to Advancement Update   NEW

The revised “Guide to Advancement” is now the official BSA  source on advancement the biggest such revision in about 20 years.  This change brings clarity and easy-to-read advancement details to Scouts, Scouters, and parents.

Among the many revisions in the guide, there is an important change to the Eagle Scout project requirement.  Instead of requiring that a project plan be approved before the Scout begins work on the project, a proposal is now required.  This proposal allows Scouts to get approval on his project and then complete the final plan later.

Philmont 2012 Opportunity

 Troop 413 is going to Philmont on July 21 thru August 2nd, 2012  and has 1 adult and 2 scout slots available.  If interested, please contact Michael at Michael.Savers@tdcj.state.tx.us 

Welding Merit Badge  NEW

The Welding Merit Badge will debut in December 2011!.  “This is not your father’s welding” says David Landon, President of the American Welding Society who helped write the pamphlet.  “It’s exciting work, and the technology is just phenomenal”.  Requirements include setting up a welding process,learning how to weld safely, designing and completing a welding project, and exploring career opportunities.

Journey to Excellence 

What can   bring to units? Measurement, guidance, recognition, and more:

1. A framework for planning the year

  • The Journey to Excellence standards are based on what successful units do to continually improve.
  • If your unit plans to achieve gold or silver, you’ll have a strong and active program.

2. A method for evaluating your unit

  • Journey to Excellence provides tangible measurements based on information you are likely already tracking, such as how many campouts you have and how many youth are advancing, and the software uses simple ways to calculate your performance.

3. Guidance in areas where you might do better

  • As you track your performance against the Journey to Excellence standards, you can easily see where you could do better.

4. Specific guidelines and standards of what is considered good performance

  • Journey to Excellence has specific, simple measures that help you compare what you are doing against the standards.

5. Early warning of potential problem areas

  • You are able track any areas where your unit is not performing as you might like and have plenty of time to make corrections.

6. Recognition for good Scouting

  • You can proudly receive your bronze, silver, or gold recognition for your Scouting unit for the year.

7. Benchmarking to get ideas and tips from other good units

  • You can receive help and best practices in areas where other units have met the gold standard.
  • In the areas where you are doing well, you can give help and ideas to other units.

High Plains Eagle Scout Association Eagle Scholarship 

 If you have an Scout who has earned Eagle Scout and is interested in submitting an application for consideration of a scholarship from the High Plains Eagle Scout Association, please click on the link below for requirements, important deadlines etc.  This Scout must be a graduation senior to be eligible.

Application

2012 NESA scholarship  NEW

The applications for the 2012 NESA Eagle Scout scholarships are now available at www.nesa.org. The homepage features a link that leads directly to the forms. Please help us spread the word to all Eagle Scouts in your unit. 

These are the only scholarship applications acceptable in 2012. NESA recommends that you establish a link to the applications on your website to ensure that you always distribute the correct version. These applications must be printed and mailed to the national office when completed.

All scholarship applications must be postmarked no later than midnight on January 31, 2012.

If you have any questions, please call the NESA office at 972-580-2032.

Scout registration Forms NEW

Did you know that there are registration forms available to volunteers on http://www.scouting.org? Volunteers can access these by selecting Volunteer, ScoutSource, then Membership from the blue banner; and then scrolling down and selecting Registration on the left. This enables unit and unit-service volunteers access to forms 24/7

Memorials and Tributes

From                                                                               In Tribute of

None this month

2011 Eagle Scouts

Last Name Unit Number District
Baucom C-94 GE
Blashill T-79 GE
Campsey T-4 GE
Carlisle T-86 GE
Chen T-694 GE
Corse C-2012 Ven
Diaz T-108 GE
Dismuke T-633 GE
Dixon T-560 AW
Fletcher T-94 GE
Gettles T-80 GE
Hardman T-163 LW
Heymer T-4 GE
Hoy T-87 GE
Huebner T-633 GE
Kmetz C-633 GE
Law T-87 GE
Lowery T-87 GE
May T-108 GE
Metzger T-633 GE
Metzger T-633 GE
McAfee T-433 AW
Montgomery T-404 AW
Moore T-472 LW
Morris T-116 GE
Murphy T-142 AW
Perez T-80 GE
Ray  T-31 GE
Rowland C-80 GE
Stoffle T -413 AW
Stonecipher T-160 LW
Truelock T-633 GE
Wagner T-562 GE
Watson T-104 LW
Whittle T-29 QP
Wilson T-472 LW
Wilson T-17 AW
Jones T-94 GE
Weaver T-10 GE
Hitchings T-580 AW
Clemons T-1221 QP
Huebner T-633 GE

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