Shawnee Trails District Membership

Tiger Cubs   Cub Scouts   Webelos


School Night for Scouting
Join the adventure of Scouting at one of our upcoming School Night for Scouting events at your local elementary school! Visit to sign up now and for more information! 

August 22nd School Location
3080 Comanche Cafeteria
3094 Overland Park Cafeteria
3127 Merriam Park Cafeteria
3246 Nieman Cafeteria
3247 Crestview Cafteria
3252 Roesland Cafeteria
3253 Bluejacket-Flint Cafeteria
3269 Oak Park – Carpenter Cafeteria
3375 Brookridge MPR
NEW Shawanoe MPR
August 23rd School Location
3193 Westwood View Cafeteria
3197 Brookwood Indian Creek Tech- Cafeteria
3258 Pawnee Cafteria
3294 Highlands Cafeteria
3348 Briarwood Cafeteria
3381 Corinth Cafeteria
3390 Belinder Cafeteria
3399 Rushton Gym
3493 East Antioch Cafeteria
3597 Trailwood Commons
August 24th School Location
3136 Sunflower Cafeteria
3245 Christa McAuliffe Cafeteria
3249 Broken Arrow Cafeteria
3251 Holy Cross Cafeteria
3254 Apache Pflumm Hall
3286 Diemer Cafeteria
3291 Prairie Cafeteria
3297 Benninghoven Cafeteria
3298 Mill Creek  MPR
3352 Ray Marsh Cafeteria
3392 Santa Fe Trail Cafeteria
3400 Rosehill Cafeteria
3428 Rising Star MPR
3488 Tomahawk Cafeteria
August 28th School Location
3181 Holy Trinity Fr. Quigley Center
3265 Holy Spirit Martha & Mary Rm
August 29th  School Location
3050 Hope Lutheran Music Room
3098 St. Ann's/ Agnes tentative date
3184 St. Pius/ John Paul Cafeteria
3284 St. Joseph Laird Park
3394 Good Sheperd Library
3395 Cure of Ars Cafeteria
School Nights start at 7 p.m. at each school 

For more information contact:

Donna Brandt
District Cub Scout Recruitment Chair
(913) 642-6390

For information about any of the units listed below or for questions, please contact:



Mike Blinn
District Membership Chairman
(913) 432-4224

Also, feel free to use the unit location website to help find a unit near you. Click on this link to be directed to the Be A Scout webpage. FIll out either the Youth Application or Adult Application to Join.

For Units - Learn how to enter your information on the Be A Scout Website

Packs - Boys 1st-5th grades

Cub Scouting is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of young boys and their parents. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development, citizenship, and physical fitness.

Service projects, ceremonies, games, and other activities guide boys through the core values and give them a sense of personal achievement. Through positive peer group interaction and parental guidance, boys also learn honesty, responsibility, and respect.

Family involvement is an essential part of Cub Scouting, and parents are encouraged to play an active role in the program. Through interaction with parents, leaders, and friends, boys learn cooperation, compassion, and courage. This family- and community-centered approach to learning means that Cub Scouting is truly time well spent.

  • Tiger Cubs - 1st grade, or 7 years old (Kindergartners can join Scouting on June 1st-after the completion of Kindergarten).
  • Cub Scouts - 2nd or 3rd grade, or 8 or 9 years old
  • Webelos Scouts - 4th or 5th grade, or 10 years old


Troops - Boys 6th-12th grades

A program for boys ages 11 through 17 designed to develop character, citizenship, and fitness. Through the advancement program and peer group leadership, Scouting helps a boy develop into a well-rounded young man. The Eagle Scout Award, the highest rank in Scouting, is recognized around the world as a mark of excellence.


Venturing Crews - Coed youth 9th-12th grades

Venturing is a youth development program for young men and women 14 years of age (and in the 9th grade) through 20 years old. Venturing provides positive experiences to help young people mature and become responsible and caring adults. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development, citizenship, and physical fitness. Sea Scouts are Venturers with a special interest in aquatic activities.

Each Venturing Crew and Sea Scout ship has its own special interest, often including (but not limited to) outdoors activities, sports, arts and hobbies, religious life, or aquatics. These activities, plus service projects, ceremonies, and friendly competition helps youth to learn the core values and give them a sense of personal achievement. Consultants from the community play an important part in Venturing. Through positive peer group interaction and adult mentoring, youth also learn honesty, responsibility, and respect.

Venturing crews and Sea Scout ships can be coed, all-male, or all-female. The chartered organization and the leadership make that decision. The special interest is determined by the chartered organization and by the interests and capabilities of the youth and adults in the crew or ship.