Lincoln Trail

Lincoln Trail

Lincoln Trail District proudly serves Breckenridge, Grayson, Hardin, Larue, Marion, Meade, Nelson, Taylor and Washington counties in North Central Kentucky.


Key Points of Contact

Position Name Email
District Executive Justin Golden
District Chair General Bill Barron
District Commissioner Rev. Paul Frederick
District Vice Chair Mick Chiara
Vice Chairman of Membership Stacie Hatten
Advancement Chair Walt Meinshausen
Cub Scout Advancement Chair Evelyn Cerniglia
Vice Chairman of Program Vince Carman
Eagle Project/Board Coordinator- South Tracy Childress
Eagle Project/ Board Coordinator- North Mike Barbieri
Eagle Project/Board Coordinator- East Scott Landram
Eagle Project/Board Coordinator- Taylor County Jeffrey Schuhmann
Training Chair Julie Raines
Merit Badge Counselor Chair Darin Life
Cub Scout Activities Chair Rita Walker
Day Camp Director- Freeman Lake Jennifer Williams
Day Camp Program Director- Freeman Lake Leroy Carter
Day Camp Director- Bardstown Ronda Taylor
Day Camp Program Director- Bardstown Danyell Humphrey
Camp Card Chair Bonnie Minor
Boy Scout Activities Chair Chuck Meeler
Round-Up Chair Jennifer Williams
Popcorn Chair Ann Wheatley
District Dinner Chair Mary Williams
Product Sales Chair Charity Squire

District Calendar

Round Table is the second Tuesday of every month at First Presbyterian Church in Elizabethtown beginning at 7:00 PM Eastern. We do not have Roundtable in June.

2019 Cub Scout Day Camp   Elizabethtown
July 8-12 All Day Freeman Lake Park

212 Freeman Lake Park Rd. Elizabethtown, KY 42701

2019 Cub Scout Day Camp Bardstown
July 15-19 All Day Bardstown High School

400 N 5th Street, Bardstown KY 40004



2019 Scouts BSA Summer Camp June 9-

July 20

Weekly Camp Crooked Creek

Pfeffer Scout Reservation




Youth Protection Training is a mandatory training for all leaders in Scouting. We hold Youth Protection Training each month at Roundtable beginning at 6pm, upon request. Your unit WILL NOT be able to recharter without 100% Youth Protection Trained adults.

Youth Protection Training is critical in the Boy Scouts of America. It serves as the front-line defense against verbal, physical, and emotional abuse in our organization. It also serves as an educational tool for volunteers and staff, teaching best practices.

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