Roundtable – Virtual until March

Good Afternoon,  I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.  The District was scheduled to have an in-person Roundtable on January 7th, 7:00 p.m.  Following up with…

Thanks for Your Help – 2020

As we ring in the New Year, we thank the volunteer leaders and supporters who dare to make a difference in the life of a Scout! 2020 has been a year…

The Gift of Laughter – Scouting Style

Give Yourself the Gift of Laughter With These Funny Holiday Jokes This collection of hilarious Scout-submitted jokes will have you chuckling the whole jolly season through.  READ MORE

2020 Scouting Highlights

BSA CEO: A Look Back at Some of the Highlights for Scouting in 2020 BSA CEO Roger Mosby shares a video with highlights and several of the many bright spots…

Eagle Scout Scholarships available

The NESA Eagle Scholarship Website Is Live and Taking Applications  If you know a Scout who has earned the rank of Eagle, you should show them this site of scholarship…

Scout Shop Holiday Hours

The Scout Shop will be on shortened hours over the end-of-year holidays.

Kid of the Year – STEM Scout

The TIME 2020 Kid of the Year Is an Inspiring, Innovative STEM Scout She has developed scientific breakthroughs in detecting contaminants in water and helping diagnose opioid addiction. READ MORE

Service Opportunity – Flag Retiring

If any Scout wants to conduct a flag retirement as either community service or an Eagle project (must show leadership in gathering, planning and execution of the ceremony), I have…

Pinewood Derby – Event Safety

Use These Tips for Hosting a Pinewood Derby Event Safely This Season  Units should begin the planning process now to help ensure the Pinewood Derby is a safer experience for…

Dec. Roundtable – not virtual

Scouters,  Good Afternoon, we will be hosting an in-person roundtable on December 3rd, 6:30 p.m. at St Thomas Episcopal Church located on 12200 Bailey Cove Rd. SE Huntsville, AL. 35803.   Please…

Martin Ohrenberg – gone home

Martin Ohrenberg died on Wednesday November 25th from natural causes. First Responders believe he died quickly and without pain. Martin is going to be transported to Columbia, Missouri to be buried…

Support Scouting in a small-big way

Small things you can do to support Local Scouts Dear Scout Volunteers and Parents, Many times, it’s the little things that make the biggest difference in a Scouts outdoor experience. When…