Serving the North Dakota counties of McLean, Sheridan, Oliver, Morton, Grant, Sioux, Burleigh, Emmons, Kidder, Logan and McIntosh. Also serving Corson county in South Dakota.
District 13 Leadership
|District Chairman||Kelvin Hullet|
|District Vice-Chairman||Alan Dohrmann|
|District Executive||Marie Mott||(701) 214-7654 cell|
|Asst. Director of Field Service||Rob Gilkerson||(701) 223-7204 ext. 2|
Capital Credit Union Scout Center
33202 Hamilton Street #1, Bismarck, ND 58503-1192
Phone: 701-223-7204 Fax: 701-223-7205 Email: email@example.com
Tuesday - 8:00am to 3:00pm
Wednesday - 8:00am to 3:00 pm
Thursday - 8:00am to 2:00pm
Closed: Monday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Holidays
Day Camp Volunteers Needed!
Sign-Up today to be part of a memorable summer experience. There are current openings available at all three Frontier Trails Cub Scouts Day Camps this summer. Will you help make these exciting days a success?
Sign-Up Today! https://signup.com/go/guORdtp
Scoutwarts Academy - Cub Scout Day Camp
Calling all Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos, and Arrow of Light Cub Scouts!! Join your fellow Scouts on a Magical trip to Scoutwarts Academy July 27th, 2019 at General Sibley Park. This is your first Day Camp adventure opportunity this summer. There are some exciting new stations to experience like Potions and Magic, and some of favorites too like Shooting Sports that only happen at Camp!
Scout Night with the Larks
What a great time out at the Ball Park on Saturday. Several uniformed Scouts welcomed players onto the field to the Bismark Larks game against the Rochester Honkers Saturday, June 29th. Many enjoyed All-You-Can-Eat food and refreshments at the beginning of the game, and what better way to show spirit than sporting a brand new Larks Baseball Cap! Way to go team, the Larks win 11 to 3.
50 participants including Scouts, parents, and Leaders braved the storm chance with good luck. Though the storms came close, they passed by without a raindrop. 2019's camping was good to go! After the game, Scout families packed in their gear and set up tents in the Outfield. But the fun didn't end with the game. As it turns out, the Bismarck Larks play more than just Baseball. There was just enough time for an all in game of Kickball for young and old before lights out and all settled in for the night.
What a beautiful morning view to wake up to.. and even breakfast before heading home.
Exploring – A program of the BSA
When Scouting programs are mentioned most, if not all, think of Boy Scouts, Venturing, or Cub Scouts. There is another program offered through the BSA for youth ages 14 to 21 with a career-based approach. Explorer Posts are chartered by businesses or organizations within our communities that offer specific educational elements. Mandan Police Post #2853 is currently the only Explorer Post in Frontier Trails, but other opportunities are being explored for future.
If you have an idea for a Post, are interested in learning more about the Mandan Police Post, or would like to volunteer in an Exploring program contact Marie at the Bismarck Scout Office.
Update your BeAScout pin today, so future Scouting families can find your Units
BeAScout.Org is a powerful tool to help parents find your unit. But, it only works if they are able to get the right information about your Unit. First impressions are everything, so it is important to keep your BeAScout pin up-to date. Find out how to update your BeAScout pin.
|2019 Membership Growth Incentive|
Our goal, as always, is to increase the number of young men and young women that we serve through our life-changing program. We do transform our communities and have a powerful positive impact on the future!
To encourage unit leadership to pursue membership growth in all packs and troops this fall we are offering the following incentive:
For more details and to determine your membership goal speak with your District Executive.
|Internet Advancement 2.0|
The new tool to quickly input advancement data, Internet Advancement 2.0 (previously known as Scoutbook Lite) is now live.
This free solution replaces the previous Internet Advancement platform, which will be retired (for all programs except Exploring) on June 10, 2019. Internet Advancement 2.0 will feature a clean, new user interface and will be optimized to whatever device you use: desktop, tablet or smartphone. Internet Advancement 2.0 will offer optimized functions for everything found in the current Internet Advancement platform and can be accessed by Unit Key 3 users, Unit Key 3 delegate users and Unit Advancement Chairs.
End users will access Internet Advancement 2.0 via one of the following locations using their my.Scouting credentials:
• From the Legacy Tools menu in my.Scouting.org
• A link in Scoutbook.com
• From the current Internet Advancement Platform
After initial release, the BSA IT team will continue to add additional features on a regular basis. Updates and new features will be communicated as they are delivered.
Visit http://help.scoutbook.com for answers to commonly asked questions.