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The Cherokee District is comprised of four full counties and parts of two other counties: Dunklin, Pemiscot, Mississippi, New Madrid and parts of Scott and Stoddard.

Our units provide program to over 590 youth. The Cherokee District’s goal is to expand our numbers to ensure that every young person within our district has the opportunity to experience Scouting.

Our Events

Click here for a downloadable district calendar

Helpful Information
Our Camps
Cherokee Camping

Cub Scout overnight camps – Webelos Camp, Arrow of light Camp, and Cub Adventure Camp are great opportunities for your Scouts to start out the year with a few Adventures/Advancements well underway and completed, while having a super fun time at camp!

Family Camps are opportunities for Scouts to spend a day and a night, over a weekend, at one of our properties, sharing the fun of the outdoors with mom, dad, and Cub Scout-aged siblings! In addition to Family Camp, we have Dad and Lad Camp in April, and Mom and Me camp in September.

Summer Camps are in June and July, at Camp May (Beaumont), Warren Levis, Pine Ridge, and Lewallen.

Each year, our Camping Committee puts on a Winter Klondike to test scouts’ abilities in a fun, competitive atmosphere

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The November 7th Join Event will only be successful with YOUR help. Please post on all your social media promoting this great opportunity. Be sure to tag the Greater St. Louis Area Council (@stlbsa) and link to the 'Join Event' page on our website (stlbsa.org/joinevent).

And of course don't forget the hashtag, #scoutsstandout.
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The November 7th Join Event will only be successful with YOUR help.  Please post on all your social media promoting this great opportunity.  Be sure to tag the Greater St. Louis Area Council (@stlbsa) and link to the Join Event page on our website (https://stlbsa.org/joinevent). 

And of course dont forget the hashtag, #ScoutsStandOut.

Foodbanks and pantries have seem a dramatic increase in food insecurity since March. The 2020 Scouting for Food Drive is a vital community service to help those most at risk in our communities. Make sure your unit has a plan to make this drive as successful as possible.

Go to stlbsa.org/calendar/ to get the most up-to-date information on the drive.
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Foodbanks and pantries have seem a dramatic increase in food insecurity since March.  The 2020 Scouting for Food Drive is a vital community service to help those most at risk in our communities.  Make sure your unit has a plan to make this drive as successful as possible.

Go to https://stlbsa.org/calendar/ to get the most up-to-date information on the drive.

As membership renewal season approaches all adult leaders must be current on their Youth Protection training. There are two options for online, instructor led course on November 7th and December 9th.

Go to stlbsa.org/training/youth-protection/ to learn more and register.
#scoutsstandout
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As membership renewal season approaches all adult leaders must be current on their Youth Protection training.  There are two options for online, instructor led course on November 7th and December 9th.

Go to https://stlbsa.org/training/youth-protection/ to learn more and register.
#ScoutsStandOut
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