The Mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral decisions throughout their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
2013 Investment in Character
By making an Investment in Character, you are assuring prosperous outcomes for an entire generation, serving the future of our communities, our economy and our nation. In a world where reality and perception are increasingly defined through media and technology, Scouting inspires and engages youth to take charge of their own lives, providing real, hand-on experience.
When you give a gift to Centennial District's Investment in Character Campaign you help us make a difference in the life of a young person.
Spring Join Night Flyers
It's time once again for Spring Join Nights! Take a moment a fill out the request for printed flyers for your Unit's Spring Join Night. We politely ask for at least a 24 hour turn-around time in getting the flyers printed and ready for you. If you need materials other than flyers, please contact Duane Rieker, Brett Chaponot or JoLynne in the council office and we'll get everything together for you.
It's Almost Time For Daycamp!
A Scout is Thrifty! Now's the time to make create your registrations for Day Camp. Save money on your Day Camp registration fees until May 19, 2013 because on May 20, 2013 you will pay more. Make sure you're able to join your friends for this year's fun and adventure at any or all of Centennial's District's Day Camps. Registration is available online for the following dates and places:
June 4-6, 2013 at Flanders Park
June 13-15, 2013 in Strasburg
June 24-28, 2013 at Cottonwood Park
Check out the fun we all had last year! See you there!
Medicine Pipe Chapter Updates
The Medicine Pipe Chapter page has been updated with new content and information. Please visit this page.
Journey To Excellence
Journey to Excellence is the performance recognition program for Councils, Districts, and Units. This program uses a balanced approach and key performance indicators to measure performance versus process, encourage and reward success, and achieve the mission.
To see the requirements of this program, click on one of the following: Pack, Troop, Crew, Team, and District.
For more information about this program or for any questions, please contact your commissioner.
Unit Leaders - New Web Feature To Attract Potential Scouts To Your Unit
BSA has developed a new web feature called "Be A Scout". It uses Google Maps to help parents of potential new Cubs, Boy Scouts, Venture, and Explorer members to find your unit. With this feature, a parent or potential Scout enters their address and it shows the units near them and information about those units.
To make this work, you need to enter the information about your unit that you wish to present. You may enter special information about your unit, meeting times and address, leader's names, phone numbers, addresses, and e-mail addresses, and other information you wish to show potential new members. You only need to present the information you wish to. Only unit leaders (Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Crew Advisors, Chartered Organization Rep, or Committee Chairman) may enter the information for your unit. Make your unit's information special to attract new Scouts.
See instructions to manage your unit's information. For any questions or technical concerns with this feature, contact the National Service Help Desk at 972.580.2267.
Eagle Scout Information
Ready to earn Scouting's highest honor? Centennial District's Eagle Scout coordinator is Gary Loustalet. He is your starting point and can be reached via email. Most of the forms and basic information you need can be found on the council website.
J. Grider Lee
District Field Administrative Assistant