Seneca

                                                                                                                                

Seneca District serves northeast Jefferson county in Kentucky including the following areas: Anchorage, Brownsboro Road, Butchertown, Crescent Hill, Clifton, Westport Road, Lyndon, Middletown, Prospect and St. Matthews. 

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Key Points of Contact

Position Name Email
District Chair Tom Becherer cpangler@aol.com
District Commissioner David Todd scoutingoutdoors@hotmail.com
District Executive Donnie Helstern Donnie.helstern@scouting.org
District Membership Chair Ron Moyer Ronald.moyer@gmail.com
District FOS Chair Jim Schildt Jim.schildt@gmail.com
District Summer Camp Chair Charlie Todd charlietodd51@gmail.com
District Program Chair Mona Ball monaballky@hotmail.com
2017 Day Camp Director Pamela Barnsfather pjsline@gmail.com
District Training Chair Keith Wettig kwettig@aol.com
District Advancement Chair Steve Amsler steveam@ulh.com

 

 

Roundtable 2nd Wednesday of every month 7:00 pm St. Albert the Great
Commissioner Meeting 2nd Wednesday of every month 6:00 pm St. Albert the Great
Committee Meeting 2nd Wednesday of every month 7:30pm St. Albert the Great

 

Training
           
Spring Wood Badge - LHC-1748

March 3-5,

March 24-26

Must attend both weekends

All day

Camp Crooked Creek

Tunnel Mill

Flyer Register Online
Winter NYLT December 27, 2016 - Jan 1, 2017 (must attend all 6 days)   Camp Crooked Creek Application send registration form to angela.greenwell@scouting.org
Activities
Seneca Winter Survival Challenge January 20-22, 2017   Camp Crooked Creek

Leader's Guide

Online Registration

2017 National Jamboree July 19-28, 2017 Daily

Summit Bechtel Reserve

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Winter STEAM Camp Dec 19-22, Dec 27-29 8:30am - 4pm Watkins UMC Online Registration
Seneca Recognition Dinner March 11, 2017 5:30 PM St. Matthews United Methodist Church

Flyer

Online Registration

         
 
News

2016 Popcorn Sale!  Mission Poppable

Congratulations to those units that had successful popcorn sales! Our district saw more than $70,000 dollars go directly to Scouts, their units, and to the good of Scouting in our District. If you have any issues with any of your popcorn as you are wrapping up, please contat Josh Simpson, josh.simpson@scouting.org, to resolve anything. Please do not forget that units must have their accounts settled by Monday, December 12, 2016!

 

Wood Badge

What is Wood Badge?

Wood Badge is the most advanced adult leader training available.  A Scouter participating in Wood Badge has the opportunity to understand Scouting as a family of interrelated, values-based programs providing age-appropriate activities for youth.  It recognizes contemporary leadership concepts and will help the participant discover how they are relevant to the Scouting movement and apply the skills learned as a member of a successful working team.  The course will revitalize their commitment to Scouting by sharing in an inspirational experience that provides Scouting with renewed leadership, resulting in a greater youth retention.  Many Scouters consider Wood Badge to be a peak experience in their Scouting career. 

Who may attend Wood Badge?

Wood Badge is for all Boy Scouts of America volunteers.  It has been developed for unit committee, Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, and Venturing leaders, as well as council and district leaders.  The course content and leadership principles introduced apply to Scouters of all positions and will provide a common foundation of leadership skills to be used throughout all program areas.

If you or anyone is interested in attending wood badge then be sure to check back soon for the 2017 dates and forms.  If you have any questions feel free to contact Donnie Helstern, Donnie.helstern@scouting.org, for more info!

Recharter

Brace yourselves! Winter and the REcharter deadline is coming! Thank you to those units that have submitted their paperwork and to those wrapping it up, if you have any questions, feel free to contact David Todd or Donnie Helstern (see above) for assistance. The Seneca District will be hosting a recharter workshop on Wednesday, December 14th, 2016 at St. Albert the Great Catholic Church (rountable location). We will have food, fellowship, and plenty of people to help close out recharter for 2016 and kick 2017 off on the right foot! This includes any advancements earned, trainings completed, service hours, or camping hours that your Scouts have earned. If you need any assistance in logging this information, just let us know! We are here to help!

CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE RECHARTER!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMARTION ON THIS YEAR’S RECHARTER PROCESS!

                                              

2017 Seneca District Winter Survival Challenge

Survive the Wild!

This event is going to be one that your Troop or Crew will not want to miss. Join the Seneca District on January 20-22, 2017 out at Camp Crooked Creek for the Winter Survival Challenge. This event will be one where Scouts will have the opportunity to earn the Wilderness Survival Merit Badge, learn and practice cold weather survival skills, practice cold weather Leave No Trace, and compete in the wilderness survival challenge. This will include sleping in shelters made from natural material on Saturday evening! The challenge portion is open to Scouts who have already earned the Wilderness Survival Merit Badge. Venture Scouts may participate in the classes to earn requirements towards their ranger awards and, if they completed the wilderness survival protion of the Ranger Award, may participate in the challenge! Leaders will have the opportunity to compete in the Seneca District Chili Cook Off! Scouts be sure to brush up on your survival skills and get ready for a fun weekend in the cold, while we practice how to "Survive the Wild!" Save the date now and check the program section above on this site for the leaders guide and online registration.

 

Open District Positions

Attention all Seneca Scouters!  What an exciting time to be a scout in the Lincoln Heritage Council!  With so many great events planned in the district it’s no question that scouting is alive and thriving in the city of Louisville!  From Cub-o-Rees, to camp cards and from Pinewood Derby’s to Day camp there is something for everyone! All of our events are managed and staffed by volunteers serving behind the scenes to ensure that our scouts have the best program possible.  If you or someone you know is looking to get involved on the district level and help volunteer their time and talent please contact Donnie Helstern, Donnie.helstern@scouting.org, Tom Becherer, cpangler@aol.com, or David Todd, scoutingoutdoors@hotmail.com to discuss our open positions and where we could use some help!  This person can be currently registered with the BSA or an influential member of your community that would like to get involved!

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