Lewis & Clark District

Lewis & Clark District serves: Floyd, Crawford, Clark, Scott, Washington, and Harrison Counties in Indiana.

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Key Points of Contact

Position Name Email

District Executive

Jonathan Barfield


District Executive Katie Jo Glesing Katie.glesing@scouting.org
District Chair Greg Sartor gsartor1204@gmail.com
District Commissioner Todd Moyes Eagle_Bear@outlook.com
District Training Chair Tom McCarty mccarty.scouts@gmail.com



Roundtable 2nd Thursday of every month 7pm ET Grant Line Elementary School
Committee Last Thursday of every month 8 pm Trinity United Methodist Church
Commissioner Last Thursday of every month 6:45 pm Trinity United Methodist Church







Webelos to Scout Weekend August 24-26 Tunnel Mill

Leaders Guide

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Cub-o-ree September 14-16 Tunnel Mill


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Leaders Guide


Patriot Games October 13 Fort Knox  
Haunted Woods October 20 Tunnel Mill  
Jamboree on the Air October 20 Falls of the Ohio


Merit Badge University December 8th Prosser Career Education Center  
Klondike February 8-10, 2019 Tunnel Mill  




BALOO September 21-22 Tunnel Mill


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IOLS September 21-22 Tunnel Mill Flyer
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Kodiak Challenge September 21-23 Tunnel Mill  
Wilderness Remote First Aid September 21-23 LDC at Camp Crooked Creek  

(Weekend 1&2 Required)

#1: September 14-16
#2: October 5-7

Camp Crooked Creek
Tunnel Mill

NYLT Winter Course December 27- January  1    
The Famous One Stop Job Specific Shop Returns! September 29, 2018 St. Mark's United Church of Christ


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Stay in touch with Lewis and Clark District News!

Lewis and Clark District recently switched to using a new newsletter format! We are excited to roll out this new way of distributing the latest and greatest Southern Indiana Scout news! Please be sure to sign up for our newsletter by clicking here!

We are headed towards a Scoutrageous Adventure this Summer as we prepare for Day Camp, Resident Camp, Summer Camp, High Adventure Bases, Jamboree, and so much more! As school lets out for summer, please remember to pack and prepare wisely for your adventures, and always have a Plan B. We’re including some Summer resources below for our more requested BSA information.

We love to show off what wonderful things Scouts and Scouters are capable of. Have you been moved by the actions of a Scouter in Southern Indiana? Are your own Scouts doing something to benefit the community or a local organization? We want to hear your story! Send positive impact messages to Lewis & Clark's District Executives, Katie Glesing and Jonathan Barfield, to be featured on our District Facebook page!


Scouting Resources:

BSA The Adventure Plan: http://bsatap.org/  The Adventure Plan (TAP) is a tool to guide unit leaders—Cubs, Scouts and Venturers/Sea Scouts— through all stages of Adventure planning.
BSA Troop Leader: http://troopleader.org/
BSA Troop Leader BLOG: http://blog.troopleader.org/
Troop Program Resources: http://www.programresources.org/
Membership Recruitment Resources: http://www.scouting.org/Home/Membership/Youth_Recruitment.aspx
Annual Health and Medical Record
STEM-Nova; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: http://www.scouting.org/stem.aspx
My.Scouting http://www.my.scouting.org/
Scouting Forms:http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Media/forms.aspx
Advancement Resources including the 2016 printing of the Eagle Rank Application and the October 2015 Printing Eagle Scout Project Workbook.

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