The Greater Colorado Council – Centennial District serves the following school districts: Aurora Public School, Bennett School District, Byers School District, Cherry Creek School District, Deer Trail School District, and the Strasburg School District. Please visit BeAScout.org to find the Scouting Unit nearest you!
Thank you for supporting the Boy Scouts of America and supporting Denver area youth. Charter Renewal is an annual process to re-establish and re-affirm relationships with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Remember: All Units in Greater Colorado Council expire December 31, 2023.
Units should plan to complete charter renewal via the National Internet Charter Renewal System by December 19, 2023. On-time charter renewal of your unit is important. Instructions provided below will assist in the charter renewal process. Again, this year the entire process can be completed online.
Access to the site is tied to your my.scouting.org username and password. Any member of your unit’s Key 3, as well as a Key 3 Delegate, can access and complete the charter renewal process, though the final approval must come from the Charter Organization Representative.
November kicks off the Colorado Gives Day campaign.
What if there was a day that as Coloradans, we got to celebrate the impact of coming together and lifting up our local communities? Luckily for all of us, there is such a day and it is called Colorado Gives Day.
Since 2010, you’ve been supporting nonprofits through Colorado Gives Day, raising more than $415 million to help our communities thrive. You can donate here:
What is an Investment in Character?
The Investment in Character Campaign is the largest contributor to the Greater Colorado Council’s annual budget, and it is used to support important program elements such as camping facilities, volunteer training, professional staff, registration assistance, camperships, and much more. All money raised in this campaign stays local (within our district) and goes back into supporting your unit. Investment in Character presentations are a way to ensure that every family has an opportunity to give.
To learn more about Investment in Character and what a presentation might look like, please watch this short video from the 2021 Campaign.
Please click the button below to make your 2023 Investment in Character donation
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.
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
Thanksgiving week: Nov 20-24
2024 Centennial District Planning Meeting
Please come and help us develop our objectives and goals for 2024 to include programs, finance, district events, service opportunities, etc.
Please contact Bob Guy for further details @ email@example.com
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.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF LOCATION
Meeting ID: 812 5931 2252
We want to accommodate your questions and concerns for the success of the district. Let us know what you’d like to have discussed in Roundtable meetings. Click this link to fill out a short survey.
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
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.