Current "Creekside" District Newsletter
To read a newsletter from the archive, simply click on a newsletter below to read. Creekside is published the day before roundtable (the second Thursday of every month), but not published in July.
|August 2014, Issue 15||January 2015, Issue 20||January 2016, Issue 31||January 2017, Issue 42|
|September 2014, Issue 16||February 2015, Issue 21||February 2016, Issue 32||February 2017, Issue 43|
|October 2014, Issue 17||March 2015, Issue 22||March 2016, Issue 33||March 2017, Issue 44|
|November 2014, Issue 18||April 2015, Issue 23||April 2016, Issue 34|
|December 2014, Issue 19||May 2015, Issue 24||May 2016, Issue 35|
|June 2015, Issue 25||June 2016, Issue 36|
|August 2015, Issue 26||August 2016, Issue 37|
|September 2015, Issue 27||September 2016, Issue 38|
|October 2015, Issue 28||October 2016, Issue 39|
|November 2015, Issue 29||November 2016, Issue 40|
|December 2015, Issue 30||December 2016, Issue 41|
Unit re-charting is underway! Visit the online re-chartering system to begin the charter renewal process if you haven't done so already.
Service projects are an integral part of the Scouting program. Need ideas or tips on how to plan a service project? Visit the Scouting.org website "Unit Tips for Success" page for project ideas, step-by-step guidance for planning the project, tips on how to get recognition and instructions on reporting service hours. Also, watch "Conducting Community Service Projects" (produced by the BSA) on YouTube for additional information.
Journey To Excellence (JTE)
Has your unit recently participated in a community service project or activity? Record service hours with the council to count toward your unit's JTE efforts. Going beyond service projects and helping others daily is putting Scout Spirit into action. Read "Ideas for Everyday Kindness and Good Turns" to learn about things to you can do to do your good turn daily.
BSA's Journey to Excellence is the performance recognition program designed to encourage, reward success and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils to provide a quality program at all levels of the BSA.
Below are the results for the district and units in the district for 2014.
District – Silver