Districts

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The Buffalo Trail Council is comprised of five Districts. Visit each link below to learn more about the activities for that District.


Buffalo Trail Council

Buffalo Trail Council

BTC Districts Map 2014 smThe Buffalo Trail Council of the Boy Scouts of America serves more than 6,500 youth in 18 West Texas counties.

The mission of the Buffalo Trail Council is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.

Today’s Youth. Tomorrow’s Leaders. 

Big Bend

Big Bend District

Brewster, Culberson, Jeff Davis, Presidio, and Reeves counties

The Big Bend District serves Brewster, Culberson, Jeff Davis, Presidio, and Reeves counties.

District Chairman – Byron Welch – Email dr.byron.welch@gmail.com; Phone – 940.390.5205
District Commissioner – Vacant
District Director – Mike Adam – Email: michael.adam@scouting.org Wk – 432-553-3433
District Executive – Vacant – Email: michael.adam@scouting.org Phone – 432-570-7601

Regular Meeting Schedule
District Committee Meeting – All Scouters in the Big Bend District are invited to attend this meeting. We will be meeting first Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm at the Alpine LDS Church, located at 43108A Farm Road 1703. Click here for the latest District Newsletter.

The District committee works to support the various programs of the BSA through the following subcommittees: Finance, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts & Venturing, Membership & Relations, and Outreach. Emphasis is being placed on the following: starting new units, training leaders, youth advancement, camping and outdoor activities, and communications with and between our chartered organizations, our units, and the Buffalo Trail Council.


Chaparral

Chaparral District

Martin and Midland counties

District Chairman –
District Commissioner – Gary Simmons – Email: gbsimmons@gmail.com 432-689-3359
District Director – Matt Vercher – Email: Matt.Vercher@Scouting.org 432-638-4014

Meeting Schedule
District Committee meets on the first Thursday of each month. The meeting is from 6:00pm to 6:45 at the Midland Scout office.
District Commissioners meets on the first Thursday of Each month. The meeting is from 7:00pm to 8:00 at the Midland Scout office.
Order of the Arrow, Chaparral Chapter will be meeting on the second Thursday of each month. The meeting is from 6:30 – 7:30 pm at the Thompson House, 3100 W Louisiana Ave., Midland 79701
The march meeting begins NEW meeting place at St Luke’s Thompson House 3100 W. Louisiana St at 6:30 – 7:30 PM

Chapter Chief – Sam Fields
Chapter Advisor – Doug Lunsford

 

Comanche Trails

Comanche Trails District

Andrews, Ector, Loving, Ward, and Winkler counties

District Chairman:
District Commissioner:
District Director: Mike Adam (432) 553-3433; Email michael.adam@scouting.org
District Executive: Vacant. Contact Mike Adam (432) 553-3433; Email michael.adam@scouting.org

Monthly Meeting Schedule
District Committee: The District Committee meetings have been deferred until new leadership has been recruited.
Commissioners meetings: Day/time/location TBA.

District Cub and Scout Roundtables
Roundtables meet on the first Tuesday of each month at Saint Luke’s Methodist Church, 1601 East 42nd Street in Odessa at 7:00pm. Den and Troop Leaders, this is a great training opportunity for you to get some ideas for your next month’s program. This is a great place to get new ideas for your meetings, network with other unit leaders and prepare for the upcoming month. You will also be in-the-know for upcoming district and council events and training such as Cub-O-Rees, Pushmobile, International Camporee, Cub Day Camp, Merit Badge Academy, University of Scouting, College of Commissioner Science and many other fun, important, and special events.

Volunteer Search
We are looking for parents and past volunteers to help with district operation. We are currently looking for a District Chairman, Roundtable Commissioners, Unit Commissioners, and committee members for several of the District’s committees. If you know of someone who would be good to help with training, recruitment, commissioner work, or has other attributes that would be beneficial to Scouting, please let us know. Contact us at one of the email addresses at the top of this page.

Note: Any changes due to holidays will be announced on this website, at roundtables, in the tracks and in any mailings to district committee members.


Lone Star District

Lone Star District

Borden, Glasscock, Howard, Mitchell, Scurry and Sterling counties

District Calendar

Key 3
District Executive: Zackary Mullins (zack.mullins@scouting.org)
District Chair: Marcus Fernandez (puertoshark@yahoo.com)
District Commissioner: Perry Heupel (perryheupel2004@yahoo.com)

District Chairs
Round Table Coordinator: Tamera Sneed (tdsneed@bsisd.esc18.net)
District Program Chair: Daniel Dumas (ddumas10@yahoo.com)
District Training Chair: Scott Jimenez (Scott.Jimenez@va.gov)

Order of the Arrow
OA Lodge Advisor: Dr Randall Kelly (randall.kelly@ttuhsc.edu)
OA Chapter Advisor: Ricky Sneed (rsneed@howardcollege.edu)
OA Chapter Chief: Timothy Hildton

Scoutreach

Scoutreach District

Scoutreach is the BSA’s commitment to making sure that all young people have an opportunity to join Scouting, regardless of their circumstances, neighborhood, or ethnic background. In the Buffalo Trail Council, Scoutreach District covers the same geographic area as the council but concentrates its efforts primarily upon more suburban areas.

Today, young people are faced with many challenges including fragile families and disintegrating neighborhoods. In the rapidly growing areas of West Texas, particularly the Permian Basin, the need and demand for the Scoutreach program is essential for the future of youth who might not otherwise be able to participate in Scouting.


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