Adult leader training is an integral part of our program, and the Boy Scouts of America would not be the same without it!
If you have taken on the responsibility of a leadership position within your Cub Scout unit, thank you! If you have not already taken the required training, we urge you to do so! This training will give you more tools and resources to make Cub Scouting the best experience possible for our youth!
This training will NOT include BALOO! Those of you who want or need to take BALOO may do so in February (Details of that training will be announced later this year)!
Please refer to the attached flyer for more information!
Attention Scouts BSA and Venture Crew members; please join us on November 13 at 630pm at the Scout Service center to learn more about our Council’s only Ship unit! Yes, we have a Ship in the middle of the Panhandle!
If you enjoy aquatics, boating, sailing etc., and want to have lots of fun and fellowship, please consider joining Ship 1!
We are excited to once again offer the Environmental Science Merit Badge at Camp Don Harrington on November 16, 2019, hosted by the West Texas A&M Environmental Science Society. This merit badge is for Scouts BSA, ages 11-17.
Registration will begin at 8:30am and class will begin at 9:00am and end at approximately 6:00pm.
Lunch and snacks will be provided and are included in the price per registrant.
Please follow the link below to register!
The Scout Service Center will be closed November 27 through December 1 to allow our staff to enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday with family and friends. We will reopen on Monday, December 2 at 8:30am.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
The Scout Office will be closed on December 24th and 25th. The Scout Shop will be closed on Dec 26th and 27th.
The Scout Service Center will be closed on December 31, 2019 through January 1, 2020.
The Scout Service Center will be closed for our annual Staff Planning Conference. Please take care of all your scouting needs on January 2nd or 3rd.
Back To Basics! A day of inspiration, rejuvenation, education, excitement, on-boarding, and fellowship for our fellow Commissioner staff and communities!
When: January 25, 2020. Check-in begins at 8:30am. Conference begins at 9:00am sharp and concludes at 4:30pm.
Where: West Texas A&M University, Canyon, TX – Classroom Center, third floor.
Who: All Commissioners of all levels (Unit, District, Council, Area, Regional, and National) and anyone else from Area 2 West and Area 2 East!
Cost: $15.00 per registrant.
This event also coincides with the Golden Spread Council’s annual Merit Badge University, which will also be held on the third floor of the Classroom Center on the campus of West Texas A&M University. Commissioners from other councils planning to attend are encouraged to consider bring scouts with them as well! This will be a great opportunity for them to earn electives and Eagle required merit badges in a unique setting! You can find more information in the link below!
Our 2020 Camp Card Ordering is now in full swing! Please visit the Leader’s Guide for how the program works, timelines, deadlines, and lots of other important information. You can order online OR contact your local District Executive who can take the order and this must be done by close of business February 13, 2020. If you want to know what you ordered and sold in 2019, you must call your Executive who will share that information.
This fundraiser should be managed by ONE person in your unit so they can be the primarily point of contact between the member’s of the unit and the council.
Any questions should be directed to Chase Roach at 806-358-6500.
The Lodge Executive committee is hosting an OA Fun Day at St. Thomas The Apostle Church in Amarillo, Saturday, February 8, from 3PM – 4PM for all arrowmen interested in knowing more about ceremonies and how they can become a member of a ceremony team. Please join us to see how you can benefit our lodge! Dinner will follow at Mr. Gatti’s Pizza.
Parents are requested to pick up their arrowmen at Mr. Gatti’s at 7:30 PM. See the flyer for more details.
Check out the flyer below for information.
Winter camping at it’s finest! Join us at MK Brown for a weekend full of merit badges and fun!
New this year: Texas Hunter’s Education!! Scouts wanting to take Texas Hunter’s Education must pay an additional $15.00 fee and may NOT register for any merit badges. This is an ALL DAY COURSE!
Please see the Leader’s Guide below for more details. It is important that all units read the Leader’s Guide carefully before attending. To keep costs for OKPIK Winter Adventure as low as possible, we are asking that each unit contribute food to be cooked for each meal. Please bring enough of the listed materials to feed everyone in your unit, plus two! The food will be turned in to the kitchen during check-in!
The Scout Service Center will be closed for the President’s Day Holiday.