The Frontier District supports the Scouting Program in the eight rural counties in the north-central part of the Ozark Trails Council: Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Hickory, Laclede, Polk, Webster, and Wright.
From our District Committee Chairman, Scott Cannon: “Through my life in Scouting, I believe one of the most important parts of the program for the Scouts(and Scouters) is simply enjoying the experience. Whether learning a new skill, working on a merit badge, or just being in the great outdoors, take the time to enjoy the experience. Our job as Scouters is to enable that experience by putting on the best program possible for all youth, from Lion to Eagle.” We invite you to check out scouting and see what we’re all about.
When: 6:30 p.m., the first Thursday of each month
Where: Disabled American Veterans Building, 1100 N Maple Street, Buffalo 65622
Each meeting encompasses group news and updates, followed by breakout sessions where each Troop and Pack meet to discuss topics and activities specific to their group. Everyone is invited to take part in learning new scout leadership skills. We hope to see you there.
When: Held following the Roundtable Meeting, 7:30 p.m., the first Thursday of each month
Meeting agendas vary, including discussing upcoming events, fundraising efforts, and membership growth. Interested in joining? We’d love to have some help. Send us an email at the contacts listed below.
1616 S Eastgate Ave,Springfield, MO 65809,United States
Phone: 417-883-1636 Email Us
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