North Star District   Newsletter
MAY 2018


Merit Badge Counselor 
Due: 30 May 2018

Merit Badge Counselors are to be reviewed annually. Unit review packages will be distributed to the units several ways:
1. Directly to the unit contact point - If a unit is signed up for access to the  Doubleknot listing of District counselors.
2. LDS Stake YM Presidencies   
3. At the May 8 th Roundtable for Community units.

If your unit has not received your renewal package (list and instructions) by May  15th, please have your Committee Chair or Scoutmaster contact Sue Jacobson at to request the package.

NEW FOR 2018 - If, after you have reviewed your listing, you have no changes,  YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DO ANYTHING FURTHER! Council will automatically  update your counselor records as long as their Youth Protection Training is  current.

Every 2nd Tuesday at 7- 8:30 p.m. 
5160 W. Lone Mountain Rd 
May  8th at 7 p.m. 
June 12th at 7 p.m.

  If you know of anyone in your units that may be interested in helping teach at Roundtable please have them get in touch with Larry Simon

Every 1st Tuesday at 7 p.m. 
5160 W. Lone Mountain Rd 
June 5 th at 7 p.m.

CORs are invited to attend district meetings every month.  We are also in need of help on the district level.  Please let us know if you are interested.

If you have any needs for an order brought to Roundtable, please contact Josh at the trading post by Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Hazardous Weather Training

Effective April 30, 2018 new direct contact leaders must complete Hazardous Weather Training to be considered position trained. And here is one story about why this is so important.

New YPT Training

You may have heard that there is a new Youth Protection Training course.  It is available now and National wants everyone to take it before Oct 1st.

Log on to and take the training.

Leader Specific Training is
 always available online at
More training information is on our website at

* May 8: District Roundtable - 7:00 PM at Lone Mountain LDS Building 
* May 10: Annual Council Program Kick-off - 6:30 PM at Council Service Center 
* May 11-12: O.A. Ordeal
* May 15 Eagle Boards of Review
* May 17-19: Wood Badge Weekend #2
* May 21: Camp Card Full-Commission Deadline
* May 24: CCSD - Last Day of School
* May 26-28: Council Service Center Closed (Memorial Day)

June 1-2: Pathfinder Camp at Kimball Scout Reservation 
June 3-9: Boy Scout Camp at Kimball Scout Reservation
June 5: District Committee Meeting - 7:00 PM at Lone Mountain LDS Building
June 10-16: Boy Scout Camp at Kimball Scout Reservation
June 11-16: NYLT at Kimball Scout Reservation 
June 12: District Roundtable - 7:00 PM at Lone Mountain LDS Building 
June 17-23: Boy Scout Camp at Kimball Scout Reservation 
June 19: Eagle Boards of Review 
June 24-30: Boy Scout Camp at Kimball Scout Reservation

View the list of newest Eagle Scouts monthly on our District website at

District Eagle Boards of Review are every 3rd Tuesday of each month at the LDS church building on Lone Mountain. If any one has questions about them please contact  Jerry Wiese h is contact info is Cell:  702-845-3311 or


CUBS - This info is for you!
Pack Meeting Plans

June Pack Meeting:  Obedient - Wheel into Summer
Summer is a great time to get outside and hop on your wheels. Bikes, skateboards, scooters, and roller blades give us the freedom to move about. However, with that freedom comes the responsibility to use our wheels safely and follow the rules. Consider having a bike rodeo as part of your pack meeting.

July Pack Meeting:  Brave - Home of the Brave
A Scout can face danger (or new things) although he is afraid. He has the courage to stand for what he thinks is right even if others laugh at him or threaten him. For a Cub Scout, his home is his community: his neighborhood, his school, and his place of worship. Acts of bravery come in all shapes and sizes, just like Cub Scouts.

Lowaneu Chapter Order of the Arrow meetings are held on every 3rd Thursday of the month at...
2939 Van Der Meer St, NLV 89030

Questions contact Chuck Marzka at

Kimball Scout Reservation
Located at the base of Mt. Potosi, about 35 minutes southwest of Las Vegas and 15 to 20 degrees cooler, beautiful Kimball Scout Reservation is an ideal place for Scouts looking for adventure and advancement.  

Session #1     June 3-9, 2018
Session #2     June 10-16, 2018
Session #3     June 17-23, 2018
Session #4     June 24-30, 2018

Levi Levi
Due to lack of sign ups the Council has made the decision to cancel the 2018 camp at Levi Levi.  There are several things behind this decision.  If you would like to talk with someone about this please contact Brian Porter at the Scout Office.  702-736-4366

Pathfinder Camp
There are three Sessions to choose from:
Session #1 June 1-2, 2018
Session #2 July 6-7, 2018
Click on the Merit Badge To register.
Come out to Kimball Scout Reservation located 45 minutes   outside of town next to Red Rock Canyon, for an outstanding camping experience for all New Scouts.  Enjoy campfires, inter-patrol competition, and camping.
This program is designed to help Scouts working towards their rank advancements from Tenderfoot to First Class.  Feel free to participate at any program areas to pass these requirements off.

Webelos Resident Camp
July 1-3, 2018
Kimball Scout Reservation

Graduating Bears and Webelos, This program is designed just for you!  Come out and join the fun.  Experience Webelos activities at a Boy Scout Camp.  Kimball Scout Reservation is located 45 miles out of town next door to Red Rock Canyon.  Enjoy plenty of food friends and fun.
Program Highlights include:  Swimming, Canoeing, Fishing, Rock & Plant Identification, Trading Post, Archery, BB Guns, Knot Tying, etc.
Scout Expo
was awesome.  
Thanks to all
who participated!

Visit our website today.

Have questions about training...when and where?  View a list of Scouters that have been recognized for their outstanding service or  photos of recent events.  We have so much info on our site. Check it out!