June-July Edition Available Now
Stay current on everything Scouting with Adventures in Scouting. Our June-July issue includes a special recap of Scout Day at the K along with a first look at the 2016 popcorn sale. Get the online edition today and be on the lookout for the printed edition in your mailbox soon.

Ignite Your Imagination this Summer

Explore summer in a whole new way at a STEM Summer Camp. Our interactive STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) themed camps are open to Scouts of all ages and include hands-on workshops from robotics to rocket science. Space is limited and sessions are filling up quickly.

Eagle Scout Saves Family from Drowning

Quick thinking and Scouting skills helped avoid tragedy on a southern Ozark river. Eagle Scout and Olathe East High School senior, Nate Reichmuth, was recognized with the BSA's Lifesaving Award after rescuing family friends from drowning during a float trip last summer.
June 24 | Barney Allis Plaza

Join us for great food for a great cause at the annual Scout City BBQ on  June 24  in downtown Kansas City. All proceeds benefit the council's Scoutreach program. Tickets are only $12 and include a BBQ sandwich, sides, ice cream and drink

September 9 | Children's Mercy Park

Sporting Kansas City Scout Night returns September 9. Bring the whole family and cheer on Sporting Kansas City as they take on rival Houston Dynamo. Scout Night Ticket packages include the official patch and are only $25. But act fast...Less than 700 ticket packages are still available!

July 11-28 | Summit Bechtel Reserve

Live Scouting's adventure and join our council contingent of 125 Scouts to the 2017 National Jamboree at The Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia. More than just the Jamboree experience, our trip also includes tour stops at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center and Washington D.C. Make your $100 deposit today!

Scouting History in the Heart of America Council

Visitor's Day in the early days of Scouting. In this month's edition of Scouting History, our Council Historian explains why a Visitor's Day in 1915 entailed more than just a simple trip to summer camp.

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