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The Gravois Trail District is located in South St. Louis County and the Fenton area. It consists of the southern edge of the Rockwood School District, as well as the Lindbergh, Bayless, Hancock Place, Mehlville, and Affton School Districts.

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The latest information about the Gravois Trail District and upcoming events check out the latest issue of our monthly District newsletter.

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Did you know that you can celebrate your Eagle Scout in a special edition of 'Scout Life' magazine? To honor the inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts, the magazine will be publishing a special digital edition. Learn more at buff.ly/3qIH35B!
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Did you know that you can celebrate your Eagle Scout in a special edition of Scout Life magazine? To honor the inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts, the magazine will be publishing a special digital edition. Learn more at https://buff.ly/3qIH35B!
#ScoutStandOut #StLBSA

Gravois Trail District is holding a Hiking Merit Badge Skill CenterSPONSORED BY: Advancement Committee and Commissioner Staff of Gravois Trail District THIS SKILL CENTER IS FOR SCOUTS IN GRAVOIS TRAIL DISCTRICT ONLY

DATE: February 27, 2021 (VIA ZOOM)

TIME: 8:00 am

HOW TO REGISTER: Send an email to tmadden72@yahoo.com by February 20th:
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Gravois Trail District is holding a Hiking Merit Badge Skill CenterSPONSORED BY: Advancement Committee and Commissioner Staff of Gravois Trail District THIS SKILL CENTER IS FOR SCOUTS IN GRAVOIS TRAIL DISCTRICT ONLY

 DATE:  February 27, 2021 (VIA ZOOM)

TIME: 8:00 am

HOW TO REGISTER:  Send an email to tmadden72@yahoo.com  by February 20th:

Shared food? No masks? No social distancing? Oh my!

For today's #FlashbackFriday we are highlighting the 2014 Cooking Camporee put on by the New Horizons district. Here's hoping for fun campouts like these again soon!

Have a submission for Flashback Friday, or any Scout activity you want to share? Head over to our Digital Submission page at stlbsa.org/digital-submissions/.
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Shared food? No masks? No social distancing? Oh my!

For todays #FlashbackFriday we are highlighting the 2014 Cooking Camporee put on by the New Horizons district.  Heres hoping for fun campouts like these again soon!

Have a submission for Flashback Friday, or any Scout activity you want to share? Head over to our Digital Submission page at https://stlbsa.org/digital-submissions/.
#ScoutsStandOut #StLBSA

It's #TrainingTuesday and today we are talking about the foremost youth leader training offered by the BSA.

National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is a six day, interactive training presented through the Troop and Patrol system in an outdoor setting. The course focusses on immediate application of the leadership skills learned in a fun and entertaining environment. We have an upcoming, 2 weekend course April 23-25 and April 30-May 2 as well as 4 weeklong courses being offered over the summer. Learn more at
stlbsa.org/training/nylt/.
#NYLT #ScoutsStandOut #StLBSA
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Its #TrainingTuesday and today we are talking about the foremost youth leader training offered by the BSA.

National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is a six day, interactive training presented through the Troop and Patrol system in an outdoor setting. The course focusses on immediate application of the leadership skills learned in a fun and entertaining environment.  We have an upcoming, 2 weekend course April 23-25 and April 30-May 2 as well as 4 weeklong courses being offered over the summer.  Learn more at
https://stlbsa.org/training/nylt/.
#NYLT #ScoutsStandOut #StLBSA

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Assuming you meant 2 weekend course?

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