Current Braves hoping to hear their tribal name called at camp to begin the journey to Warrior, are invited to come to a 30 minute meeting to discuss tribal attire. Please plan to attend a meeting at 6:30 on Monday the 18th prior to the start of our troop meeting. We'll go over the five items you need to make prior to call night. We'll show you examples of others work, and give you places to purchase materials. We'll also be scheduling a work meeting in June where you can get help constructing your attire.
A fun family focused canoeing experience in the Ozarks. Living waters was founded to provide a family friendly safe and appropriate experience. This campout is not just for the scouts, but for the whole family, and Scouts families are encouraged to come. Siblings require parent participation. Registered scouts will still be tenting together, however we will have a camping area set up for parents and siblings. See what your scout does, and have a good time on the river.
Friday, June 19, 2015 - 5:30pm - Sunday, June 21, 2015 - 12:00pm
Living Waters Canoe Ministry http://www.john738.com/
309 Prater Homestead Road
Macks Creek, 65786
Get on I-435 E from Metcalf Ave (1.4 mi), Take I-49 S/US-71 S to MO-7 S/E 275th St in Harrisonville. Take exit 157 from I-49 S/US-71 S (33.2 mi). Get on US-65 S in Warsaw and take it to Russell (111.2 mi). Take State Hwy U, U-110 and 54-98 W to Prater Homestead Ln (5.1 mi)
$30 per individual (Scout or Family Member). This fee is charged by living waters and cover 2 nights camping and canoe rental.
Are you pumped? Are you ready? Can you already see the lake from the point? Is your stomach set for the highs and lows of camp food and Peach Nehi Fuzzys in ICO? We are back in campsite Apache in Lone Star this year and are set to have a fantastic summer camp experience. -- Your Summer Camp Scoutmaster - Mr. Erwin
Boy Scout Troop 257, the Scouts with Heart, would like to invite current Bears and Webelos, along with their parents, to come see what our Troop is all about. During the day we’ll have patrol activates including fire building, frisbee golf, hiking, sand volleyball, and a whole lot more FUN! That evening we’ll have a campfire with a ceremony for some of our scouts to participate in an honor camping program, followed by a late evening snack.
Friday, May 15, 2015 - 5:30pm - Sunday, May 17, 2015 - 11:00am
Hollis Renewal Center
11414 Kansas Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66111
(Just South of the KS Speedway off of I-70.
Take I-435 west to exit 12B onto I-70 W toward Topeka. Travel 1 & 4/10th miles, take exit 410 toward N. 110th St./Village W. Pkwy. Turn left (south) onto N. 110th St./Village Pkwy. Continue for 1 & 3/10th miles. Turn right onto S. 110th St. - yellow street sign says No Outlet. Continue on 110th Street - you'll see a couple of brown signs for Hollis Center. Road goes straight into the facility.