The Pathfinder District is made up of seven school districts that encompass mid-St. Louis County. Those school districts are Maplewood-Richmond Heights, Ladue, Clayton, Ritenour, University City, Normandy, and Pattonville.Neighborhoods include Overland, Maryland Heights, Olivette, Maplewood, St. Ann, Bridgeton, and surrounding communities.
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2015 New Den Leader Guide
2015-2016 Cub Scout requirements
Tis the season for Popcorn! Sept 1-Oct 23
314.800.3104 Read More 2015 FALL CAMPOREE October 23rd – 25th
Calling all TROOPS! ITS CAMP TIME!
Read More Call of the Wild HALLOWEEN
Call of the Wild is a one day advancement workshop for Tigers, Wolves, and Bears
District Director Ryan Kirchner
Email District Executive Amanda Shaw
Learn about Cub Scout Camping Opportunities and Procedures!
This training is open to all leaders within the Pack including Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos Leaders and Cubmasters. Have fun conducting a Pack camping activity.
This is what you’ll learn:
Learn about Cub Scout outdoor activities
Learn about camp facilities
Cultivate basic camping and cooking skills
Experience outdoor activities with others
Find some great resources for your Den
All popcorn orders must be submitted online.
Friday, October 23 at 4 p.m. – Sunday, October 25 at 4 p.m.
S bar F Scout Ranch | Cost: $80
Flyer | Register
Join us for a special weekend workshop version of the new Fishing Camp School training being taught at National BSA Fish Camp Schools. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn the BSA Certified Angling Instructor recognition.
The course is taught using the EDGE Method, in an effort to provide the graduate the tools necessary to design, develop, and provide leadership to BSA fishing programs offered to Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturers at a unit, district, and council level.
In addition, Certified Angling Instructors are considered to be great candidates for service as merit badge counselors for Fishing, Fly Fishing, Fish and Wildlife Management.
Who should attend:Participants should include Unit/District/Volunteer Scouters, Professional Scouters, Council Camp Staffers, Merit Badge Counselors, Cub Scout Day Camp Staff.
Community Preparedness Summit Flyer
Leaders, Boy Scouts, Venturers, Explorers, Sea Scouts:
Learn how to be ready to assist when disaster strikes.
Fire Safety & Utility Controls
Disaster Medical Operations
Search & Rescue Operations
Team Organization & Incident Command Structure
Access, Functional & Special Needs Considerations
These merit badges can be earned during the summit:
Search & Rescue
The purpose of the nationally acclaimed OKPIK program, made famous at Northern Tier, is to teach Scouts and Scout leaders how to be comfortable and safe while camping in cold weather. This training enables Scout units to extend their camping season to a full 12-months.
Registration opens October 1.