Cub Family Campout - September 24-25, 2021, Camp Naish, Bonner Springs, KS
Join us Friday night and Saturday for a campfire, camping under the stars, a pancake breakfast, and a full morning of fun activities and games!
*Camp Naish | Camp Naish Rd, Bonner Springs, KS 64111 | Just South of Kansas Speedway, about 30 minutes West of Truman Sports Complex
District Camporee - October 15-17, 2021, location Lake Jacomo Camp grounds
This year's theme is going to be "Monster Mash!"
Make sure that you check back for more information about the 2021 Fall Camporee!
Monster Mash Camporee Flyer
Klondike Derby, January 22-23, 2022, Location (tentatively) Longview Lake Primitive Campground
Merit Badge Academy - March TBD
District Dinner, and Volunteer Recognition Event - April -TBD
The annual District Banquet is our opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of volunteers who have shown amazing service to youth in their unit, and also some of the family members who have supported them.
The evening will culminate in the awarding of the District Award of Merit, the highest award a district can bestow upon an individual, to volunteer Scouters for their outstanding service to youth in our district.
This year we will only be taking online nominations. Please use the links below to make your nomination today!
District Award of Merit
Silver Oakleaf: Coming Soon
Cubmaster of the Year: Coming Soon
Scoutmaster of the Year: Coming Soon
Day Camp is open to all Cub Scouts, including Kindergarten graduates, and will offer an unforgettable outdoor experience with activities ranging from shooting sports to science. Scouts shoot BB guns and bows and arrows; work on badges and adventure loops; cookout; sing songs; learn about nature; make crafts, and play games.
If you have not made plans to attend, you should! Going to camp is a wonderful part of the Cub Scouting experience, and it helps your pack earn Scouting's Journey to Excellence and Summertime Pack Awards. The Pack must provide leadership and adult supervision for their Cub Scouts who attend Day Camp, plus provide for transportation to and from the camps. It is recommended that packs have at least one registered adult leader attend camp for every five to six Cub Scouts. The minimum number allowed at any time is two, of which one of them must have completed Youth Protection Training. Everyone must complete parts A and B of the Annual Health and Medical Record.
Camp takes place rain or shine, is easy to sign up for, provides a lifetime of treasured memories and is very inexpensive
For more information or to volunteer, visit https://www.hoac-bsa.org/three-trails-day-camp
Heart of America Council Activities Link
Discover High Adventure
Three Trails will be hosted a workshop for Scout Leaders introducing them to High Adventure all across our nation. This workshop was for Scout Leaders teaching them how to plan, prepare, and implement a High Adventure Program within your Troop or Venture Crew using BSA and Council Resources.
For more information and assistance, please contact Dan Hughes, High Adventure Chair for the District at 816-560-9582 email to email@example.com
Link to council page: https://www.hoac-bsa.org/community-service
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, 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 above 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 District Executive.
Contact Activities and Service Chair for additional assistance, I will be happy to meet with your unit to assist you getting started.
Three Trails Activities and Service Chair