The Duck River district serves Lewis, Marshall, Maury and Perry Counties in the Western Service Area.
District ExecutiveThe Middle Tennessee Council is proud to introduce Brian Sullivan as the Duck River District Executive serving Perry, Lewis, Maury, and Marshall Counties. Brian is a native of Dickson, TN. He is married Christine Sullivan and has a 16 month old named Maxwell. Brian is looking forward to being involved in the community and helping families become a part of the Scouting program. Brian was a member of scouts when he was younger and is excited to be a part of it again. Brian is a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Martin and spends a majority of his time outdoors fishing, golfing, or hiking. Persons wishing for more information may contact Brian Sullivan at (615) 636-9716 or email@example.com.
Troop 114 in Columbia has been a wonderful unit for years now. They are active in the community, and Scout Sunday was not any different. On Sunday, February 8, they attended services at their Chartered Organization of the First United Methodist Church in Columbia, Tennessee. Pack 369 from Columbia joined them. The troop greeted those in attendance at the door, handed out flyers, and were active in the church service and worked with the youth. Montee Sneed, Keith Winchester, Danny Flemming, Mekia Wray, John Reichman, and several other adult leaders were also in attendance, in uniform, to help represent this unit. Many other units in the Duck River District were also attending church services and making the district proud on Scout Sunday.
New Troop in Culleoka
Pack 166 in Culleoka is on the move! They are a growing unit with great leadership in place to help take these boys through a great Cub Scouting experience. Between hiking, pinewood derby, community service, and their regular meetings that always include something fun, they are having a great time! Culleoka also has a Troop back in place, Troop 166! This is great news that these boys have a Troop to naturally go into after they complete their cub Scouting experience. Culleoka is blessed with many great leaders and resources to help insure that these boys stay in Scouting.
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