Welcome to the Wisdom Trail District, Circle 10 Council, Boy Scouts of America, bringing the fun, adventure and virtues of Scouting to the youth of Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Duncanville and Lancaster, Texas.
Here is a link to the most recent version of the 2014 Wisdom Trail Program Guide (updated 1/8/15). This is like an electronic document version of this web site. It contains a full year calendar and contact info. Any changes that take place, a new Program Preview document will be uploaded. This will be a handy reference to keep on your phone or tablet in those instances you don’t have internet access!
Be sure to check out the Events page for the scoop on the latest events coming up! See the link at the top of this page? We’ve got some exciting new things coming up for Scouts.
Our first ever Scout-O-Rama is coming up on 2/8/15 at Camp Wisdom Cub World Activity Center. We have a lot of units who have signed up to run different fun and exciting events and activities at Scout-O-Rama. There will be hot dogs and chips for sale (for around $1.50 I think) as well. See the Events page for more details or contact Suzie McKown or Ed Darrell to sign up or get more info.
Scouting for Food is coming up. You have two date options. The first Saturday is 2/7/15 but the day the collected food is donated to the local food pantries is 2/14/15. Due to the plastic bag fee in Dallas, Tom Thumb has provided Circle 10 with paper bags for collecting food. Food must be collected on the 14th beginning no earlier than 9:00 am. Circle 10 is asking that all units participating sign up at 2015 Scouting for Food | Circle Ten Council. Contact Tangela McCoy for more info. We are working on getting the maps available. Your patience is appreciated.
Registration for IOLS and BALOO is now open! We will be conducting our Spring ’15 session of BALOO Saturday, March 7th. Completion of this course is mandatory for at least one adult on a Pack overnighter. BALOO is a one day course introducing the Cub Scout outdoor program to leaders who are interested in adding a camping component to their Pack activities.
We will also be conducting our Spring ’15 session of IOLS the weekend of March 6th through March 8th. This training is required along with YPT and Position Specific Training for adults to be considered fully trained and authorized to wear the Trained patch on your uniforms. IOLS is also the precursor for Woodbadge.
IOLS is an excellent opportunity to learn important outdoor skills, network with leaders from our district as well as other districts, learn important aspects of the patrol method, and just have a great time.
We will be covering topics ranging from Nature walks, fire building techniques, earning your Totin’ Chit, First Aid, stoves, lanterns, camping techniques and equipment, Campfire program, knots and lashings, plus lots more!
The best part? You will be served some of the best camp meals in Circle Ten by our award winning Quartermaster staff as well as even learn how to prepare some of those fabulous meals.
Cub-O-Ree – Cubs Love Science will soon be here. The date of Cub-O-Ree is 3/20/15 – 3/22/15. Here is the Cub-O-Ree brochure.
The Most Important Meeting Of The Month!
Cub Scout & Boy Scout Roundtable plus the monthly meeting of our OA Lippoe Chapter. Keep in touch with all the latest district news and events. 7 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month at
The Grace Place, 402 W. Danieldale, Duncanville.
Attention All Cub Scout Leaders:
Everything you need to know to begin planning your den meetings! Click on the following ranks: Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelo and Arrow of Light den meetings. NOTE: This does not replace the outstanding help, resources and networking you get at Roundtable!