Join us for Roundtable
Roundtable is a resource meeting for units to obtain valuable program information to bring back to their unit leaders and youth. Topics covered and resources available include: monthly program planning, supplemental trainings, Eagle project reviews and Boards of Review, opportunity to network with other leaders, printed materials from the Heart of America Council, information on upcoming activities and events.
Join us the first Tuesday of every month (excluding July) at 7:15 p.m.
Cass County Elks Lodge, 2402 Route 291, Harrisonville, MO 64701
Youth membership is the life blood of the Boy Scouts of America. The only way to maintain a healthy membership is to provide top quality District Activities, promote the importance of Summer Camp, and provide the best Training available to every registered Adult Leader. We strive to do the very best job we can in these key areas. For additional information on membership and recruiting click here.
Activities & Camping
The Spirit Trail District and all its dedicated adult volunteers put on a number of tremendous events for our Scouts. Events include the Merit Badge Academy, District Adult and Eagle Recognition Dinner, Cub Scout Day Camp, Cub Scout Family Campout, Fall Camporee, and Klondike Derby. For dates and a description of each event click here.
Cub Scout Day Camp is five days of exciting fun, exciting program activities and adventure at a location close to home with no overnight stay. Day Camp is an introductory outdoor program for Tigers, Cub Scouts, and Webelos with little camping experience. Programs are run by BSA National Camp School trained volunteers and are inspected and accredited annually by the Heart of America Council. For more information click here.
Link to council page: https://www.hoac-bsa.org/community-service. Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, and Venture Scouts are encouraged to participate in local and council community projects and record the hours donated using the Journey to Excellence (JTE) website. It is recommended you first visit the council Community Service page to familiarize yourself with the process before logging in for the first time. Recording service hours is quick and easy including setting up the account for the first time. You will need your Unit ID to create the account. This Unit ID can be obtained from your District Activity Chair or Senior District Executive.
The Spirit Trail District has a great group of volunteers that work hard to provide quality programs, training, activities, and much more to give our Scouts an exciting Scouting experience. To contact one of our District leaders, click here.
Friends of Scouting
Scouting in our community thrives because of generous donations from Scouting supports. Businesses and families alike donate to Scouting each year to ensure Scouts in the program are able to participate in all we have to offer. For more information on Friends of Scouting, click here.
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Every youth member in the Spirit Trail District deserves a trained leader. Whether you are brand new to Scouting, you have just taken on a new position with your unit, or you just want to update your knowledge in your current position, click here.
District Advancement helps units understand the advancement program and processes to ensure that the youth in the program are learning the information properly and being recognized in a timely manner for their knowledge growth in the Scouting program. For more information click here.
The Spirit Trail District is committed to serving our Packs, Troops, Crews and Posts. We provide support through Roundtable, the Commissioner Staff, the Advancement Committee, Friends of Scouting and other resources. For information on support available to your Scouting unit, click here.
District Patches Available
District Patches are available! The cost for the patches is $3.00. Contact Pete Zibers for more information regarding patches. They will also be available at Roundtable.