District Service Area
Shawnee Trails District serves the Shawnee Mission School District. Shawnee Trails District and the Heart of America Council is dedicated to supporting the volunteer Scout leaders in the local Scout units as they provide the programs of the Boy Scouts of America to the youth of this area.
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Outdoor Leader Skills Training:
Sign-up here for the spring Outdoor Leader Skills Training on April 6--7th at Camp Naish. Check in begins at 8 a.m. Saturday morning at Campsite Seaton in South Camp of Camp Naish. The training will conclude by 11:30 Sunday morning. Click here to register.
Shawnee Trails Community Service Project: Join us for our 2nd annual service project with the Shawnee Mission School District. Scouts are encouraged to build backpacks and bring items to the February, March and April Roundtables for collection. We are excited to fill 150 backpacks and provide socks and underwear for those in need. Backpack assembly day will be April 27th at the Broadmoor Technical Center. Sign-ups coming soon!
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Sign up Here for School Supply Donation
Click here to secure your spot for the April 27th Community Service Day of Backpack Assembly
2019 Cub Scout Day Camp:
Looking for an adventure? Choose Your Adventure
this summer at the Shawnee Trails District Day Camp. Start planning your adventure now, by checking out the Day Camp
section of our site. You will find costs, online registration, health forms and more to start your planning.
The 2019 Walking Leader & Pack Coordinator Guide and Staff Guide are now available for download.
2019 Walking Leader & Pack Coordinator Guide
2019 Day Camp Staff Guide
2019 Day Camp Coordinator & Walking Leader Training:
We have combined the Pack Coordinator and Walking Leader training this year. We will be offering two training opportunities for those key unit leaders involved in Day Camp. The meetings will be on Thursday, April 25th and Thursday, May 16th at Merriam Christian Church, 9401 Johnson Drive, Merriam, KS 66203. It is required to attend one of the two offerings to learn what to expect, how to get Scouts and parents prepared, and how to get the most out of the experience. The meetings will run from 7 - 8:30PM. For more info please contact Matthew.Thoman@scouting.org.