The council office is currently out of additional camp cards. If your unit is needing additional camp cards please contact your District Chairman or District Executive and see if they have any extras or know of a unit that might be having a hard time selling their cards.
Cub Scout Summer Camp Brochures have been mailed out to Scout Parents but updates have been made under “Day Camp Dates and Locations” on page 3 of the brochure. Click here for the most current information.
Trail Master Certification Course - March 27-30, 2014 - Calling all trail builders wanting certification - The Tennessee Greenways and Trail Council wants trails to be safe and well-built to assure low maintenance, sustainability, and enjoyment by all who use them. Certified trail builders can achieve those goals under the instruction of internationally respected Mike Riter, owner of Trail Design Specialists. This course will take place at Latimer Scout Reservation in Spencer, TN. For more information, please contact Ron Turpin at email@example.com.
Click here to check out the new website all about Cub Scouting!
Eagle Scout Scholarships are available for Middle Tennessee Council Scouts. Click here to view a list of opportunities.
Lowe’s is sponsoring once again sponsoring the Lowe’s National Eagle Scout Project Impact Grant. Click here to view background on the grant. Click here for the required Middle Tennessee Council Lowe’s Grant Application.
Please be aware that the My Scouting Online Training System is managed by BSA National; if you experience difficulty accessing your MyScouting online account you will need to contact BSA National Headquarters directly at 972-580-2489. If you are in need of your BSA Member ID number (located on your member card or the unit recharter) you may contact the Council Registration Department at 615-383-9724.
Welcome to Scouting
The Boy Scouts of America provide fun, adventure, and moral values that last a lifetime. In Middle Tennessee, over 35,000 youth and adults participate in Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, co-ed Venturing Crews and Exploring Posts every year. The Middle Tennessee Council serves local youth from first grade to age 20 in a 37-county area, plus Fort Campbell, Kentucky.