Scouting 500
Register now for the Scouting 500
It's the event that everyone is already talking about.  The Scouting 500 returns to Kansas Speedway August 25-27 for a one of a kind weekend camping festival. Experience more than 130 activities over 3 days including an epic NASCAR-inspired finale.  Stay the entire weekend or just visit for the day for only $37.50 per person.
Register for a Cub Scout summer camp today

It wouldn't be summer without summer camp and now is the time to plan an unforgettable adventure for your Cub Scouts. Whether it's exploring science at one our new STEM camps or making a splash at our pirate ship waterpark, there's a summer program for every Cub Scout in 2017. Reservations now being accepted.    

Annual event moves to One Arrowhead Drive
The 2016 Clark Hunt Eagle Scout Class Reception is set for Sunday, March 5 at The University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex at One Arrowhead Drive.  All 2016 Eagle Scouts in attendance will receive this commemorative Challenge Coin. There is no cost to attend, but all attendees must pre-register.    

Less than 1,200 tickets still available 
Baseball is back! Join more than 12,000 Scouts at Scout Day at the K on Sunday, April 30. Enjoy VIP access to Kauffman Stadium for Scout-exclusive activities and watch the Royals take on the Twins in a Central Division showdown. Less than 1,200 tickets are still available and this game will sell out soon! 
How to plan your 2017 celebration

Scout units and religious-based chartered organizations share a special bond.  But on certain days - like Scout Sunday and Scout Sabbath - we set aside time to celebrate that partnership.  How does your unit plan to participate this year? Here are a few tips to help plan your celebration.
Meet our new National Commissioner

Join us March 4 and meet our new National Commissioner, Charles Dahlquist, at this year's College of Commissioner Service. All commissioners are highly encouraged to attend. The curriculum reflects the belief that commissioners who are trained are better prepared to provide effective unit service. 

Scouting History in the Heart of America Council

It's a camping destination for thousands of council Scouts each summer...but the Theodore Naish Scout Reservation looked a lot different when it first opened nearly 90 years ago.  In this month's edition of Scouting History , our Council Historian takes us back to 1928 and the first official summer camp at Camp Naish.

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