News To Know

Recharter Season Has Arrived!

Leaders, it is almost Recharter time. We need to know before September 4th your delivery preference for Recharter Paperwork. Committee Chair or ?Recharter? Chair please fill out this quick survey so we know your delivery preference. We have made strides in streamlining the paperwork and cutting costs, but need your help in reducing the paper footprint as well. We do not plan on passing this material out traditionally as roundtables are virtual and office hours reduced.

Check your email for information updates!

University of Scouting

University of Scouting Registration is available. This year we are offering Virtual Courses! Open to ALL scouters. Deadline to register is 11/07/2020.

Learn more here.

Youth Protection Training

Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers and is a joining requirement. Youth Protection training must be taken every two years.

Login in to my.scouting.org to complete your training.

Popcorn Time!

Popcorn and Membership information is ready to be picked up starting August 13th at the Bloomington Scout Office.


Roundtables provide leaders with program ideas, information on policy, events and training opportunities. It is a forum for sharing experiences and enjoying fun and fellowship with other leaders. The Roundtable exprience will Energize, Motivate and Enable Unit Leaders to provide a stronger program to their scouts.

District Committee Meetings

The District Committee coordinates all functions for Crossroads District. Whether hosting the Council Camporee, putting together the Klondike and Yukon, or helping Units fulfill the requirements of the National Scouting Organization, the District Committee is there to help. If you have a passion to lead, or just want to help, join us at our next meeting.

Woodbadge - Leadership for Scouting

Wood Badge is the advanced leadership training in the BSA Training Continuum. It is for registered adults in all areas of Scouting: Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturing, Commissioners, District, and Council. The only requirements are basic training for your registered position and the desire to learn and have fun.

The course is designed to help you become the best leader you can be -- at home, at church, in your community, at work, and, of course, in Scouting. You will gain skills you can use your entire life. We expect the best from our Scouts and they have the right to expect the same from us. Your Scouts need your help now to become the leaders of tomorrow. Wood Badge is a great way to ensure that you are ready to show them the way.

Registration for the next course is now open! Click HERE to start your leadership journey.

District Key 3

District ChairDan Martin
District Vice Chair Darryl Barron
District Commissioner Mike Heger

District Calendar

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