2021 Activities

Klondike - January 22, 2022 - Longview Lake Group Organized Campground - Jackson County

Your Scout Unit, Crew and Webelos will not want to miss more new programs and new prizes for all sleds participating.   Test your Scouting Skills against the best in the Three Trails and Spirit Trail Districts plus some Venturing Crews, Girl Troops and Boy Troops  from other Districts that are entering the challenge as well.  Webelos, AOL participate in the day programs.  

                 Registration is $12 per participant | Camping $1 each night per participant (optional) 

                 Click HERE, to register

                 For more information, Download Flyer | Download Leaders Guide | Download Sled Instructions

                 ATTENTION Adults, older Eagle Scouts and Scouts Life!  We need your support in staffing.  There are 22 plus stations available,                      so there is plenty of opportunity.  Lunch will be provided to staffers.

                 Event Director:  Jim Salisbury, 816.868.0805, jsalisbury0110@gmail.com  

District Recognition Dinner - March 19, 2022 - Cass County Elks Lodge | 2402 Route 291 | Harrisonville, MO

  Download Flyer  |  Click HERE to Register   |   Early-bird $22 per person, $25 after March 11

   Nomination forms - Due by DECEMBER 7, 2021

       District Award of Merit

       Reverend Merle McConnell Cubmaster of the Year Award

       Ernie Modlin Scoutmaster of the Year Award

       Silver Acorn Award

       Silver Oakleaf

       Torch of Gold Award

                                Event Directors:  Laura Crotty, 816.853.2544, laura.crotty@yahoo.com

                                                           Terri Lees, 816.695.5971, terrilees68@gmail.com

Spirit Trail Soapbox Derby - August 20, 2022 | 9:00 a.m. - 1 Rooster Way | Pleasant Hill, MO  64080

This is the 2nd annual Spirit Trail Soapbox Derby, this time open to COUNCIL-WIDE Cub Scouts, Webelos, and AOLs.
BSA cubmobiles have been raced for decades around the nation - consisting only of a seat, wheels, and a couple axles. Incorporating the idea of child and parent to build cubmobile together, quality time which doesn’t happen much anymore. Packs across the nation utilize a hill within their local neighborhood every year to race. Plus, a simple brake and rope to steer guiding the way to the finish line! Cubmobiles not powered by gasoline or any other type of fuel; nothing but the force of gravity rushing down the hill! Where the winner is the racer that reaches the bottom of the hill first and with the fastest time.


Spectators - Event Flyer

Team Member of a Driver (Chartered BSA Members) - Permission Slip | Health Form A&B | Rule Book 

Driver (K Thru 5th Grade Chartered BSA Cub Scout - Permission Slip | Health Form A&B | Rule Book | Entry Form

Event Director:  Jen Mahan, jmm27370@gmail.com, 816.509.4348