Serving Edwards, Gibson, Knox, Lawrence, Richland, and Wabash Counties
District Chairperson: VACANT
District Commissioner: VACANT
District Associate: Christopher Felton, 812-423-5246 ext. 216, Christopher.Felton@scouting.org
District Training Chair: Christopher Patterson
District Advancement Chair: Sarah Will
District Eagle Chairperson: Leon Stone firstname.lastname@example.org
DID YOU KNOW?
Your unit can have a Friends of Scouting presentation in November or December? Then, if you reach your goals you can benefit from it for an entire year!
If your Pack/Troop/Crew raises:
an average of $34/active Scout you will receive FREE rank badges from the Council for the rest of the year
an average of $50/active Scout you will recieve FREE rank badges AND advancements
All Friends of Scouting donations stay right here in Buffalo Trace Council to help local Scouts/families
Friends of Scouting donations provide:
Financial assistance for families with need-registration, uniform, and camp scholarships
Training and resources to leaders
Support and upkeep of Eykamp Scout Center and Old Ben Scout Reservation
Accident and sickness insurance for all registered Scouting members.
Affordable activities for youth-Cub Scout Day Camp, Camporees, Merit Badge Universities, etc.
Outreach programs for youth in poverty and youth with special needs
Recruitment materials to support existing units-flyers, yards signs, stickers, New Parent Guidebook, etc.
To schedule your unit presentation contact Chris Felton (219) 477-7455
Buffalo Trace Council offers many trainings for leaders. These trainings help you learn your position within the unit, become a fantastic leader, teach you new skills, meet new people, and give you ideas for the future!
Sign you for upcoming training below:
Register For Upcoming Events:
CALENDAR AT A GLANCE
All Activities are on Central Time
National Youth Leadership Training
June 14-20, 2020
NYLT is a fun-filled co-educational leadership experience conducted in an outdoor camping environment.
Service Hours Reporting
A Scout does a good turn daily and helps other people at all times. The Scouts in our district are prime examples of these practices. Please take some time and log your service hours and show just what all our Scouts did for their community this year! To log service hours you will need your unit ID (you can get from your Scout Center) and see below for more information: