The East Trinity Trails District is one of 25 districts that comprise BSA Circle 10 Council and serves Scouting Units from Rockwall, Wylie, Royse City, Fate, Heath and the towns served by Community ISD. Here you will find the information and resources you need to locate the right Troop, Pack, Crew or Team to join scouting and/or become a trained servant leader. But most importantly, HAVE FUN!

Memo from ETTD Chair, Robert Phillips

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I have the pleasure of announcing Michael Hall has been hired as the District Executive Director for East Trinity Trails.

Michael is a 2015 graduate from the Univ. of South Carolina with a major in History. He is an Eagle Scout and a Vigil Member of the Order of the Arrow. He has worked at Camp Ho Non Wah since 2010, acting as a Merit Badge instructor, Assistant Program Director and Program Director. As Program Director he led a staff of 60, planned logistics for every aspect of the camp and provided customer service to youth and adults.

Michael will be joining the staff of Circle Ten on August 17th.

I think Michael will be a good fit for ETT. Please help me make him welcome as we move into our recruiting season with SNFS.


NEW Advancement

Program Updates – 2014 and Beyond
The next three years promise to be exciting for Scouting as all three of our traditional programs will be updated based on several years of volunteer-led research and development. Venturing is first up in 2014 with a totally new program and recognition approach focusing on progressive development in adventure, leadership, and service to others and personal growth
Venturing: New Venturing award requirements have been released. Drafts of Handbook for Venturers, Venturing Advisor Guidebook, and the Venturing Awards and Requirements Book were on display and are due in Scout shops soon.
Cub Scouts: Samplers of new youth handbooks and den leader guides unveiling five of the 84 new adventures have been released. Other items of note include PDFs about progress-toward-rank recognition insignia; Ethan, our new Cub Scout guide; a transition guide, FAQs, and more



Help Create the Adventure of a Lifetime! The Boy Scouts of America relies on dedicated volunteers to promote its mission of preparing young people to make ethical and moral choices throughout their lifetime. Today, nearly 1.2 million adults across the nation provide leadership and mentoring. Through the dedication of these many volunteers, the Boy Scouts of America remains the foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training in America. To these volunteers we would like to say thank you for your dedication to Scouting. And, to adults who are not currently Scout volunteers, we invite you to become a volunteer and share in the positive experiences of the Scouting programs.

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