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Centennial Camporee Registration now open!

2018 Centennial District Fall Camporee


Journey to Excellence for 2018

We have uploaded the documents for unit leaders to fill out their Journey to Excellence (JTE) forms - check them out here!


New Online Tools for Unit Leaders

As the Scouting program continues to grow and evolve with the times, online tools become more and more important. For Key 3 unit leaders there is a myriad of new tools for helping support and grow your program. By logging in through https://my.scouting.org and logging in, leaders can gain access to training records for both yourself and those who serve with you. There is a member manager that allows you to review and edit information for your youth and leaders. It allows for you to delegate access so others can perform the functions that you choose to send to them. It also allows for the legacy tools such as online internet advancement and service hour reporting. For more information and info about other upcoming changes see the following document.


Internet Advancement

Have you ever cried out, "Can't I just put all the rank advancement on the web?!" Well, now you can! Scouts have a page to update and progress scout advancement. Internet Advancement can be found here.

The Internet Advancement area works best in certain versions of Internet Explorer, works all right in Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, and has been fighting with Mac users and Safari for a while now. If you find that Internet Advancement and Safari have reconciled their differences, please let us know, and we will all cheer for their reconciliation as well as update this page.


Opportunities to Serve

There are always ways to serve and be a member of Scouting. At the district level, both the training committee and the commissioners are looking for people to help out.

Training people on the committee are needed to help fill out curriculum, find areas that are lacking and help fill them. If you are interested, contact Stephanie Vierow-Fields or John Palmer.

In the Centennial district, there is a need for Unit Serving commissioners. If you would like to help make the units in the area stronger, please contact Russ Larson.


Medicine Pipe Order of the Arrow Chapter Updates

For information about the Centennial District local chapter of Order of the Arrow, Medicine Pipe, please visit this page.


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.

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.


District Leadership

District Chair
Rickey Turner

District Commissioner
Russ Larson
303.699.5066

Area District Director
Will Simmons
720.266.2159

District Executive
John Palmer
720.266.2144

District Executive
Stephanie Vierow-Fields
720.266.2177

District Webmaster
Chris Wiegand

Upcoming Events

Centennial District Camporee 2018: Escape the Forest The Centennial District Camporee invites you and your patrol to "Escape the Forest"...
Youth experience Scouting in Packs, Troops, Crews, Teams, and Posts. The healthier the unit, the more wonderful things will happen for these youth...
Roundtable is exactly what it implies - it really is an opportunity for scouters as a group to have an opportunity for an equal exchange of...
Members of the district committee are volunteers. The district trains adult volunteers, provides district programs for units such as camporees, and...
Centennial District Merit Badge College The Centennial District Merit Badge College will be held at the LDS Flanders building (3101 S Flanders St,...
Welcome to the Webelos Wonder Weekend, formerly known as Webelos Winter Weekend! This will be a Lock-in event held at Colorado Adventure...
Youth experience Scouting in Packs, Troops, Crews, Teams, and Posts. The healthier the unit, the more wonderful things will happen for these youth...
Roundtable is exactly what it implies - it really is an opportunity for scouters as a group to have an opportunity for an equal exchange of...
Members of the district committee are volunteers. The district trains adult volunteers, provides district programs for units such as camporees, and...