At this time, the Denver Area Council Headquarters and Colorado Adventure Point are being offered as emergency shelters for those in need. There is space for up to 30 families (100+ people) Please text or call 303-503-4644 to let us know you are coming.
To our Scouting Families: We may be seeking additional support as we offer this assistance. Please stay tuned over the next week as we find opportunities to help victims of the fires.
As a part of the Denver Area Council, the Black Feather District serves the following school districts: Douglas County, Littleton, Sheridan, Englewood, and Elbert County Schools.
We need YOUR support now more than ever!
The Denver Area Council and Black Feather District cannot survive without generous supporters like you. Donate today to preserve Scouting for future generations and invest in the character of our youth!
All Cub*, Scouts BSA, Exploring, Sea & Venturing Scouts *Lions will shoot
Wrist Rockets in lieu of rifles pursuant to the “Age Appropriate Guidelines For
DATE / LOCATION
December 11, 2021 / Colorado Adventure
There is also a bonus wall climbing session! Other activities include giant
Jenga, checkers and chess. Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd
places for Lions, Tigers, Wolves, Bears, combined Webelos, Scouts BSA and
combined Exploring, Sea and Venturing Scouts.
PLEASE REGISTER FOR ONE SESSION ONLY!
Space is limited to 48 participants per session so please no walk-ins.
WHEN / WHERE: February 4th-6th / Reverend’s Ridge Campground in Golden Gate Canyon State Park,
313 Reverends Ridge Road,
Black Hawk, CO 80403
Leader / Participant Registration: https://blackfeatherdistrict.doubleknot.com/event/2022-black-feather-and-centennial-klondoree/2865310
DOUGLAS COUNTY IS CURRENTLY HAS NO PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER IN PLACE
ELBERT COUNTY IS CURRENYLY HAS NO PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER IN PLACE
ARAPAHOE COUNTY IS CURRENTLY HAS A PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER IN PLACE, LEVEL GREEN
You can view the county restrictions and variances in this map.
Have a conversation with your Chartering Organization about the next steps for you. Space is starting to open up!
For information regarding the most up to date health orders and how they affect unit activities please take the following steps:
1. Be safe and provide options for every family to participate
2.. Consult with your Charter Organization to determine what rules or guidance they are operating under
3. Review the most current State of Colorado orders, as well as the Colorado guidelines that apply to the dial level for the county where you will be conducting your meeting/activity
4. Review any county variances or restrictions that are different or in addition to the county level requirements
5. Contact the facility where you plan to hold you activity to learn what riles or guidance they are implementing for operations.
You can always see the Denver Area Council COVID Guidelines also.
To see the Denver Area Council PSA look here
If you have Eagle’s working through to earn their award during COVID please see below:
Patches! Everyone Loves Patches!
The Black Feather Roundtable takes place the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Check out the NEW Roundtable Calendar, we look forward to seeing you. Due to an increase in COVID cases, we are moving our Roundtables back to Zoom.
NO ROUNDTABLE IN JULY!
Follow these 5 steps to have a successful Fall recruitment season!
Questions about recruiting? Contact Kevin Elliott, our District Membership Chair.
2021 Popcorn Sale
Are you a new leader? Are you trying to find what different training you need? Here’s how to find your Unit Leader Training – See Video Here
Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) is a training course for Cub Scout Leaders. One BALOO trained leader is required to be at each Cub Scout overnighter.
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) is a training course for Scouts BSA Leaders. One leader is required to be IOLS trained on each campout. The next two IOLS courses are
Registration is open for both IOLS courses.
Woodbadge, which is advanced adult leader training is highly recommended. While aimed at the Scouting program, this course is a general leadership program similar to what corporations pay thousands of dollars to send their up and coming managers to. You must be position trained in your primary Scouting position to attend. Upcoming Woodbadge courses are listed below.
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2020 Black Feather District Awards
Congratulations to all of our Award winners! All of the award certificates will be mailed out by the end of July!
Merit Badge Counselor Information
Looking for a resource on how to onboard new Merit Badge Counselors? View our one page resource below for links and need to know for all items for new Merit Badge Counselor!
Black Feather District Committee/Commissioner Meetings
The Black Feather District Committee and Commissioner Staff meets the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. The district hosts a district leadership meeting for all district volunteers followed by short breakout sessions for committees and teams to meet and plan upcoming activities and organize service to units seeking additional assistance.
All district committee/commissioner meetings will take place via Zoom for the foreseeable future. All registered commissioners and district members will receive login information for the meetings via email. If you would like to be added to the distribution list, please contact our District Commissioner, Mike Ober.
Black Feather District Volunteer Leadership
Black Feather District Professional Staff
Our two dedicated scouting professionals are
Questions or Comments
Any questions or comments about the Black Feather District may be directed to district staff representing the appropriate territories listed above