News

Recognitions and Awards, September 2019 Executive Board Meeting

The Executive Board of the Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America honored and recognized Venture Scout, Leah Adams, with the Venturing Summit Award, Scouting’s highest honor for a youth in Venturing. Neosho District Chairman Tom Carment was recognized for his years of dedicated service in the Boy Scouts of America. Tom received his 40 Year Veteran Pin during the Executive Board meeting, September 10, 2019. 

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Peer-to-Peer Recruiting Program

Bring A Friend – An Opportunity to Grow Scouting! Once again, the Indian Nations Council is announcing the Peer-to-Peer Recruiting Program or “Bring A Friend Program”. The first 200 Scouts that recruit a NEW Scout will receive a LIMITED-EDITION COUNCIL SHOULDER PATCH for uniform wear! This is a tremendous opportunity for growth! If you are […]

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Planning for the Future of the Indian Nations Council

Please review THIS LETTER from the Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America Scout Executive/CEO, Bill Haines, regarding the Strategic Long-Range Plan.

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Scoutbook App Updates

Scoutbook should be your go-to app for your next den meeting – If you’re a den leader, you’re going to love the latest update to Scoutbook!  The Boy Scouts of America’s online tool for tracking Scouting advancement just rolled out a new update that’s going to make it easier than ever for den leaders to prepare for and […]

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Eagle

Letter From the Nominating Committee Chairman Regarding 2017 Nominations, HERE

 

 


Eagle District includes the city of Jenks and sections of Tulsa.