Auction and Raffle at the District Dinner

Register for the District Dinner here: 

Items to be auctioned include:

Kelty Tempest 2 3-season




Kelty Yellowstone 4 3-season 







Kelty Discovery 4 3-season







Kelty Yellowstone 6 3-season


Remember we are auctioning off some great items at the District Dinner

We are going to have the following items available for auction at the Timberline District Dinner

5 tents

3 sleeping bags

2 water filters

1 backpack

Register now for a chance at these for yourself or your unit.

District Dinner is going to be Great This year!

Besides the Great Menu!

Alaskan Baked Salmon

Glazed Carrots

Savory Rice

Dinner Roll with Butter

Tossed Salad

Cheesecake with Mixed Berry Glaze

Besides the Great Fellowship

Meet the District Committee and other members of the Council who are there to help you with your Scouting Program

Besides the Recognition of our Great Volunteers

We’ll Recognition the Recipients of the 2016 District Award of Merit, Timberline Silver Beavers, Timberline Unit Leader’s etc.

We are going to have a raffle.  Each paid meal gets you a chance at some of the following prizes:

Five Exclusive access cards where you can save up to 70% off outdoor geat

Five 50% off coupons for Fitter First Excercise products at

We are going to have an auction of great camping equipment from Kelty


Register Now!



Reserve your spot at the Summit Bechtel Reserve for 2018

James, the Christen National High Adventure Base has two new trek programs for your unit to choose from!

To register for the 2018 Christen HAB programs, you will need your BSA member ID. If you do not know your Member ID, please contact your local council or the BSA Member Care Contact Center at 972-580-2489.


Call 304-465-2800 with any questions or email summit.program.
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NPS and BSA renew their Association


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National Park Service News Release
Release Date: March 7, 2017
Contact: Kathy Kupper, 202-208-6843, kathy_kupperPartnership Between the National Park Service and Boy Scouts of America Merits Attention

The National Park Service and the Boy Scouts of America today celebrated the renewal of their longstanding partnership during a ceremony at the Boy Scout Commemorative Tribute Memorial in Washington, DC.

A centerpiece of the partnership is the Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger Program. The program provides the framework for parks and local councils to work together to provide experiences for Scouts on public lands. It encourages Scouts to participate in educational and volunteer service projects in national parks to earn certificates and badges.

Acting National Park Service Director Michael T. Reynolds and Boy Scouts of America Chief Scout Executive Michael Surbaugh emphasized a shared goal to engage youth in the great outdoors.

“The National Park Service and the Boy Scouts of America have had a natural friendship for 100 years,” said Reynolds. “Scouts hike, camp, and participate in other adventures in national parks where they learn not only outdoor skills but also life skills, respect for the environment, and the ethical use of natural resources. This partnership has created generations of conservation stewards and today we renew the commitment to carry this partnership into the future.”

“Some of the best Scouting adventures and moments take place at National Park Service parks, monuments and sites,” said Surbaugh. “These special places inspire youth with the wonder of nature and build an appreciation for the outdoors and our nation’s history. That’s why it’s important that the Boy Scouts of America support and partner with the National Park Service as they work to protect and preserve our nation’s natural spaces, a service that is of great value to me, Scouts and volunteers nationwide.”

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the largest youth organizations in the country, with more than 2.3 million youth members and nearly one million adult leaders. Their mission is to train youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance. The National Park Service maintains more than 400 sites of natural, cultural, and recreational significance that host multiple scout-related activities each year.

Each year, Scouts spend more than 60,000 hours on volunteer projects to restore or enhance national parks throughout the country. New River Gorge National River in West Virginia is the site of a substantial National Park Service/Boy Scouts of America partnership. The park surrounds on three sides the 10,600-acre Summit Bechtel Reserve, home to the National Scout Jamboree and the Paul R. Christen National High Adventure Base. Boy Scouts have conducted maintenance on dozens of trails and built more than 14 miles of trail in the park, including the much acclaimed Arrowhead Mountain Bike Trail. Scouts pick up an average of five tons of trash and debris from the river every year, have painted six buildings, improved campground accessibility and performed landscaping at visitor use areas. In 2017, Scouts plan to complete the Camp Creek trail and another major accessibility project at Grandview Sandbar Campground.

About the National Park Service. More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America’s 417 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Visit us at, on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube

About the Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts of America provides the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training, which helps young people be “Prepared. For Life.®” The Scouting organization is composed of more than 2.3 million youth members between the ages of 7 and 21 and approximately 1 million volunteers in local councils throughout the United States and its territories. For more information on the Boy Scouts of America, please visit

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Avalanche Training Brought to you by Alpine Search and Rescue, Ortovox and is Based on the Work of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center

As the next storm ramps up, our forecasters are hard at work to make sure you have the information you need to know what this snow is going to fall on.

Everyday the CAIC provides the robust avalanche forecasts you rely on.

We also rely on you to support our mission. If every one of our followers donated $10 today, we would be able to add 3 additional backcountry forecasters to the team next year.

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Watch a Ball Game and Sleep Over in the Pepsi Center

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2017 Boy Scout Sleepover

Denver Nuggets vs. New York Nets

Friday, February 24th, 2017 | 7:00PM | Pepsi Center

Top selling troops will be able to choose from the following prizes (based on # of tickets sold): Private sleeping area at the Scout Sleepover

  • Participate in the Red, White and Blue Crew during National Anthem
  • Ability to choose movie that plays at the sleepover


Package Includes:

  • Ticket to Nuggets vs. Nets game
  • Post-game Shoot Around on the Nuggets Court
  • “Midnight” Snack
  • Movie Screening on Pepsi Vision
  • Sleepover on Club Level at Pepsi Center
  • Breakfast in the morning

Package Price:

  • Upper Level: $22
  • Lower Lever: $55

Please purchase tickets via Nuggets Tix – Scout Sleepover 2017

Please fill out the information form below to register your Troop. After you fill out the registration page, you will be directed to a ticket ordering website.

Everyone must have a 2/24/17 Nuggets vs. Nets ticket, purchased through that page, for registration to be valid.

Please feel free to extend this offer to your network and have them use your Troop number on the registration page. All sales under your Troop number will count towards the sales contest! For questions, to order over the phone, or different seating options, please contact Lexie Urratio at 303.405.1139 or Lexie.Urratio

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