Outdoor Ethics Trainer Course: April 25-27th at Falley Scout Reservation.
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Cheryl Wilson is retiring effective March 31. Brian Fugate will be assuming the duties of Council Registrar on April 1. Read about Cheryl's impact on the Jayhawk Area Council and how you can contact Brian for your registrar related needs.
There is an opening for a part time position serving our outreach programs. Read more to learn how you can help deliver Scouting to the youth in central Topeka.
The Boy Scouts of America has simplified the Health and Medical Record Form. Read more about the changes and how you can get copies for your next activity.
The Boy Scouts of America is pleased to introduce its latest merit badge. The Mining In Society Merit Badge was released...(read more)
The Maintenance Team and Camp Ranger are looking for people interested in assisting with the upcoming work days at camp. Read how you can help out.
What is Outdoor Ethics training? Outdoor Ethics is comprised of two parts, Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly. They are are educational organizations, endorsed by the the Boy Scouts of America. These trainings help both youth and adults better understand conservation in the front country and back country while participating in camping and recreational activities.
Wood Badge for the 21st Century is the a great way for any register Scouter to improve their leadership skills. This course benefits participants both personally, professionally, and their Scout unit.