Scouting University 2014 is a merit badge college sponsored by the Alpha Epsilon Zeta Chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. It is open to all Scouts who register at their site. The event date is April 5, 2014. Registration is now open.
In order to register to attend this event, you may go to their website:
Under the Scouting U tab there will be a link to take you to registration. This same web site is where the list of MBs offered will be kept up-to-date. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to keep current on the MB offerings at this event.
Note: There will be NO registration capability on the Five Trails District web site for this event; you MUST go to their web site to register!
Note: This MB College is neither sponsored by nor endorsed by Five Trails District. It is STRONGLY suggested that you take a completely-filled-out "blue card" with you to this event since they have run out of blue cards at events in previous years. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to turn in your (partially-)completed blue card to your Troop's Advancement in order to get (partial) credit for any MBs you may take at this event.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 February 2014 19:53
FIVE TRAIL DISTRICT 2013 RECOGNITION BANQUET
January 31, 2014, Sheraton DFW Hotel, Galleria Ballroom
The recipients of the STAR Award are recognized by their unit for outstanding contribution to their unit’s program during the previous year. The STAR Award may be received only once during their service in that unit in Five Trails District. Each nominee is selected by a vote of his/her unit’s committee.
Troop 175 – John Cheyney – Assistant Scoutmaster
Troop 588 – Juan Cardona – Committee Member
Troop 770 – Katie Dimitry – Committee Chairman
Pack 771 – Denise Bolton – Committee Member
Pack 773 – Rick Leal – Cubmaster
Troop 840 – Kevin Stone – Advancement Chairman
Pack 841 – Candace Ifflander – Interested Parent
Troop 841 – Fred Miller – Assistant Scoutmaster
Troop 845 – Kevin Lindbloom – Committee Chairman
Pack 846 – Randy Hernandez – Cubmaster
DISTRICT AWARD OF MERIT – 2013
This Circle 10 Council Award is presented to Scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the District level. The nature and value of “noteworthy service to boys” may consist of a single plan or decision that contributed vitally to the lives of a large number of boys or it may have been given to a select few over an extended period of time.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL FIVE TRAILS DISTRICT'S AWARD WINNERS!!
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 February 2014 23:02
Michael Patterson is our NEW new District Executive for Five Trails District. Michael Patterson has been a life-long Scout, from Tiger to Eagle. He has a degree in mass communications from Texas State University. Michael recently returned from more than 27 months of Peace Corps Service. He's very excited to continue his career in youth development with a great District and Council.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 15:53