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Our district has many wonderful activities to support and enrich Scouting. Many of these activities may have different ways to sign up for them. For any further ideas on new events for our district please contact a member of the Key 4 and for contacts for each activity please see the District Committee list of contacts. To see when an activity is scheduled please take a look at the District Calendar.


Roundtable meets on the first Thursday of each month and begins at 7:30pm. Go to the calendar to find out all the exciting details. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints leaders have an Auxiliary Training before each Roundtable at 7:00pm.

District Commissioner Meeting

This meeting is the second Thursday of each month and begins with Assistant District Commissioners at 7:00 PM and all other commissioners join in at 7:30. Anyone interested in becoming a commissioner is welcome to come by and learn more. For location information, see the calendar events for the date.

District Committee Meeting

This meeting is the third Thursday of each month (Are you beginning to see a trend?) and starts at 7:00. All are welcome to attend to see what each area of the Committee has to report and discuss. For full details, look for the meeting on the Calendar.

Super Saturday

Super Saturday is a day for leaders to get training at a one stop shop for many core requirements. Among the various classes on Super Saturday are Scoutmaster training, Chartered Organization Representtative training, Venturing and Varsity training and Youth Protection. to view the full list please see the calendar. To sign up for specific trainings, see the links below:

Webelos Meet 'n' Greet

Boy Scout Troops please feel free to come to the Cub Scout Roundtable room and setup a booth to represent your Troop with the idea to recruit Webelos. All Webelos are invited to come to the Meet 'n' Greet and get acquainted with a troop and while you are there find somebody to host you for the Webelos Winter Weekend. The Meet 'n' Greet is normally held at the November Roundtable.

Webelos Winter Weekend

What a great weekend for you to go camping as a Webelos Scout! The weekend is filled with all sorts of events and activities that will impress any Webelo. Webelos Winter weekend is held The first weekend in December.

Merit Badge College

Centennial district Merit Badge College is held normally the second weekend in October. Pease make sure all of your Scouts are fully aware of all prerequisites for each class and come well prepared.


Go on a campout where snow is wanted! Test your skills and survive the chill! Every winter Centennial District has a Klondike for Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, and Venturers to go and have a wonderful time participating in winter events. Klodike will be held on the 30th and 31st of January at Camp Tahosa. Cost is $15 for adult or scout.

Remember that scouts and leaders must have medical form A&B to participate. For the most current information on the 2015 Klondike for Centennial District, please visit the Calendar event.

District Dinner

Honor your comrads at the District Dinner. Awards and celebration will abound on a night dedicated to those that make our district's units great! There is a possibility for the dinner in April. Stay tuned for details.

District Pinewood Derby

Take the 2 best cars from each Den level in your Pack and put them in a race with all of the other Packs from the District. This event is normally held the second weekend in April.

Scout Show

Take all of the Scouts in and around Denver, invite them to a fair just for the Scouts, make it all under one roof and have a blast at one of the best Scouting events in the year! Scout show has events for anything your scout might be interested in from shooting, whittling, hiking, and more. This event is normally held the last week in April.

5-Day Day Camp & 3-Day Day Camp

Bows and Arrows, crafts, games, requirements, and badges, oh my! Many activities are planned for boys to come and have a blast over a few days. For more information on Day Camp, please visit the council website on Day Camp.

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