Northstar District

North Star District

The North Star District serves more than 3,200 registered Scouts including:

  • Cub Scouts (ages 7-10 or 1st-5th grades)
  • Boy Scout (ages 11-18)
  • Varsity Scouts (ages 14-18)
  • Venture Scouts (co-ed programming available for youth ages 14-21).

The North Star District serves 193 Scout Units chartered to 64 chartering organizations at several schools, parent organizations, Nellis Air Force Base, and to several local community churches. The District serves boys within the following zip codes:

  • 89143
  • 89131
  • 89130
  • 89032
  • 89031
  • 89081
  • 89084
  • 89033
  • 89086
  • 89030
  • 89115

Use BeAScout.org to find a Scout unit near you: click here.

See a map of the district with a list of all traditionally sponsored unit locations:

2014-15 BSA-LVAC bighorn & nortstar

Scouters’ Minute

Graham Allen

North Star District Director

Scouting prepares young people for life, while teaching timeless values and having a ton of fun. I never forget attending the 1997 National Boy Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. There I mixed with 30,000 other Scouts and volunteer leaders for an adventure of a lifetime that taught me Scouting skills, reinforced values, provided me an opportunity to overcame personal challenges, and grow as an individual.

What Scouting adventure are you involved with today or looking forward to in the future? Get involved today as a leader (stop wading in the Scouting stream - jump in and start swimming!), run the program as provided by the BSA, and participate in local Council and National events. If you do this, you and your Scouts will experience adventures today with memories that will last a lifetime.

 

Northstar District Merit Badge Counselor Information

Sue Jacobson

raysue4@msn.com

Merit Badges

Planning Aids

Northstar District Calendar
calendar

Scouting questions or concerns?

Contact Graham Allen – District Director of the North Star District at graham.allen@scouting.org or call 702.736.4366.

North Star District Zones and Units

Location map and contact information of community Scouting units

District Events

Join us for great upcoming District Events:

North Star 2015 District Recognition Dinner 

April 11, 6 p.m.

North Star District Dinner Flier

Save the date to join us on Saturday, April 11th to recognize and thank YOU – our great Scouting volunteers. We appreciate your efforts and the difference you are making in the lives of our youth and we are haveing a dinner to say THANK YOU!

The dinner will be held at 6 p.m. at the LDS church building located at 3350 W. Alexander Rd in Las Vegas. The event will feature key note speaker Mayor John Lee of North Las Vegas City.

You can register online or in person at the Council office. Early registration cost per person is $20. A late registration fee of $5 per person will be assessed after April 5th.

Click her to register, nominate great Scouting leaders, and learn more about the event.

District Training

Outdoor Leader Skills Training for Boy Scout, Varsity, and Venturing leaders – OWL/BALOO Training for Cub Scout and Webelos leaders

NS District Outdoor Training Flyer 3-20 event flyer and paper registration form.

Click here to register and learn more about this training.

Cub Scout Day Camp

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to send your boys to one of our Council’s exciting Cub Day Camps.

Click here to learn more about our Cub Day Camps and to register.

Roundtable

Second Tuesday of every month

5160 W. Lone Mountain Rd.

7:00 – 8:00 pm

Roundtable is for all adult Scout leaders. At roundtable you will receive supplemental leadership training, get updates on events and activities, network with fellow Scout leaders, you can purchase Scout supplies, and attend breakout position specific classes. 

Roundtable is Where Inspiring Leaders Share Ideas

Where Will YOU BE?

Training Events

New Cub Scouting Program

A new Cub Scouting program is launching June
1, 2015, that will be more fun and exciting for
boys, and easier to implement for unit leaders.

To ensure you are ready to make the transition, click here to see program updates and resources.

 

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