The Thunderbird District serves the city of St. Louis south of Interstate 44.
2020-2021 District Calendar Is Ready!
Here is the year’s calendar at a glance!
How can you keep Scouting?
- Continue advancement by focusing on merit badge requirements that can be completed at home.
- Contact your merit badge counselor via email, Facetime, etc. (remember Youth Protection training with no one-on-one communication between youth and adult).
- Do a good turn daily. Look for ways to contribute to your community while staying safe.
- Stay in contact with friends and families in your unit even if it’s just to say hi via a phone call, Facetime, Duo or Google hangouts.
- As a unit leader, now is a good time to take online trainings and renew your Youth Protection Training.
- Encourage unit, district, and Council committees to continue normally scheduled meetings using technology apps such as Zoom, Skype, Facetime, Duo, or Google Hangouts.
Look for ideas posted:
For additional questions, please reach out to your District professionals or Dave Chambliss, Director of Marketing (firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate your cooperation and all you do for the young people in our program. It is important that our entire community pulls together to address this public health crisis.
Ronald S. Green
Scout Executive / CEO
Senior District Director
Activities & Civic Service Chairman
Tim Wiese 314-353-7238 email
Advancement & Recognition Chairman
Scott Hoffmann 314-752-2714 email
Camp Promotion & Outdoor Chairman
John Ebert 314-258-0613 email
Order of the Arrow Adviser
Mike Lohff 314-591-9575 email
Tim Redmond 314-646-1018 email
Venturing Officers' Association Advisor
Jim Berding 314-412-1478 email
District Public Relations Chair
Kris Ranciglio email
Jacqueline Mattingly 314-345-0272 email
Terry Nickolotsky 314-638-6731 email
Vice Chair Cub Scouts
Eagle Board Chair
Chris Hohn 314-552-6159 email
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