An easy way to get a new council shoulder patch. Follow this link to get yours
The Greater Colorado Council is proud to be able to provide insurance coverage to its registered members and leaders. Liability insurance protection is afforded to those who donate the use of their facilities for Scouting activities. Certificates of insurance can be provided to the property owner in most cases upon request. All requests must be in writing, and submitted at least 2 weeks in advance using this form.
Note: The Citizenship in Society merit badge has become a required Eagle merit badge effective July 1, 2022.
Cub Scout Cyber Chip is being retired and being replaced with Protect Yourself Rules. See details Here!
Scouting BSA changes to rank advancement – Tenderfoot to First Class: Beginning August 1, 2022, minor modifications to the Scouts BSA requirements regarding outdoor ethics for the ranks of Scout through Star will take effect. Scouts may continue using the existing requirements for the rank on which they are currently working, or they may choose to use the new requirements. Scouts must use the new requirements once they advance to their next rank. On January 1, 2023, all Scouts must use only the new requirements. Specific changes to be coming soon.
For merit badges, use this link to ensure you have the latest and greatest..
See details on Bryan on Scouting Guide
Exciting news! We are moving to dynamic Recruiting which allows year year-round Recruitment. Dynamic Recruiting Link
Feel free to reach out to Brian Bell if you believe there are untapped locations for new scouts!
Roundtables – First Thursday Each Month
Roundtable is for supplemental training, sharing experiences, fellowship, and having fun with other Scout Leaders. The monthly Roundtable meeting provides program ideas, Scout skills, information on policy and updates, upcoming events, training opportunities, structure suggestions, resources and best practices for all Scouting Units.
Modified Schedules for each meeting. Please contact the appropriate District Leadership Chair for more information.
District Committee Meetings – Second Thursday Each Month
The District Committee meeting is where District volunteers plan upcoming activities and organize service to units seeking additional assistance. Any volunteer willing to collaborate with other volunteers to push positive Scouting throughout Centennial District is welcomed & encouraged to attend.
In person at Lord of the Hills Lutheran Church
Link to both meetings Here
District Newsletter – coming soon
Five Star Program can be found here!
Centennial Volunteer Leadership
For more information on how to get involved at the District Level, please contact the District Chair or District Commissioner.
Centennial District Staff
Questions or Comments
Any questions or comments about the Centennial District may be directed to district staff listed above