Activities and Civic Service
District Activities Chairman:
Supporting units by planning, promoting, and operating quality scouting programs and community service.
District Dinner - will be held on Friday, January 24 2014, at Knights of Columbus Hall in Cottleville - so mark your calendars and plan to attend a great evening of friendship and fellowship while we share our successes within our District and Council this past year, along with recognition of some of our adult volunteers. Click on the link below to sign up.
Key Scouter Award 4.docDISTRICT PINEWOOD DERBYMark your calendars now and don't miss the races!! The District Derby is scheduled for Saturday, February 1, 2014, at Wentzville Christian Church. Steve Fluhr has agreed to run the races again this year!. The OFP will be running a snack bar with food for sale during the derby. The 2014 Rules for the District Derby can be found at:2014 Final PWD Rules.pdf
CUB SCOUTING DAY ONE
Thanks to all of you who came out in the chilly weather
on Saturday for Day One, there were almost 400 Cub Scouts that got a great jump start into their scouting
career. a BIG thanks to Bob Scott, the Day One Chair who along with a lot of great volunteers put on a fun day for the cubs and many of their siblings!! Thank you for all of your hard work, and a BIG thanks to all of the Cub Scouts for coming out, participating, and having a fantastic time. Here is one picture from the day, but more pictures will be posted on the Boone Trails District Facebook site. If you have any suggestions/comments that you would like to share please feel free to email Bob Scott at email@example.com
or Connie Krull (District Activities Chair) at firstname.lastname@example.org
or please contact us if you would like to help out and volunteer some time for the day next year.
Thanks once again to Kevin Gurlen for Chairing SFF this year. Our totals were the highest they have been the last few years. The Boone Trails District collected more than 293,000 items of food for the local food pantries this year - thanks to everyone for your donations.
Cub World at Beaumont Scout Reservation
This program area features Cub Scout and family oriented activities and acres of nature, pavilions, picnic area, and family camping (April 15-October 15.) The cub world activity building is also available for groups up to 100 people at $25 per hour. Reservations must be made through the camping department at 314-361-0600.