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Battlefield District


District Calendar:  click here

Commissioner Meeting and Roundtable  NOTICE:

Wednesday, February  1, 2017

Commissioner Meeting and Roundtable Location for February:

New Hanover Presbyterian Church

10058 Chamberlayne Rd, Mechanicsville, VA 23116

Upcoming District Events:



Combining the traditions and skills of all the great frontiersmen of the world, Scouts and Scouters will gather February 17th- 19th 2017 at the New Kent Forestry Center located 11301 Pocahontas Trail, Providence Forge, VA 23140. If there is a change of date and location, this information will be updated when received. Leaders Guide:

More than 250 are expected for a load of winter fun! Besides the reunions, feats of skills and tall tales, there will be activities, challenges and prizes galore based on skills only a true frontiersman possesses. So make plans to meet at the Forestry Center for this unique District event! Questions:  Please contact Battlefield District Leadership at

Registration is open at this link:

JLT: Part 1: March 4, 2017 8:30am – 3:00 pm Church of the Redeemer 8275 Meadowbridge Road Mechanicsville, Va   23111  Arrival Time & Check-in 8-8:30am

Part 2: March 25 – 26, 2017 8:00 Sat to 12:00 Noon Sun Camp T Brady Saunders

Maidens, VA

Arrival Time & Check-in 8:00am

Both sessions must be attended in order to earn the Certificate and District Trained patch. Cost will be $20.00 per Scout, $10.00 for youth staff. Information is avaible here at Registation is now OPEN. Please go here to register:

Do not dealy as this will fill very fast.

Pinewood Derby: Saturday March 25, 2017 at Church of the Redeemer Mechanicsville, VA.

Time:  Race is 1-330p  Working Hours:  10a-5p (Load-In, Setup, Testing and then Strike, LoadOut, Clean Up)

Registration is open.

To Register click here:

Rules and Regulations:

Day Camp 2017 : This can not happen with your help. If you want your Scout to have a great camp experience, we must have your help. We will assist you in putting this on but we must have help to do this. If you are interested please contact us at More details to come once we have a core administration team in place.


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We will use Twitter along with Facebook and e-mail as means of communications to keep you and your unit informed of what is going on in the Battlefield District.

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National and Local Scouting Resources:

BSA High Adventure Bases:

Philmont Scout Ranch:

Sea Base:

Northern Tier:

Summit Bechtel National Scout Reserve:

BSA The Adventure Plan:

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:

In order to deliver the PROMISE OF SCOUTING, youth and adult troop leaders need to plan a program that is involving, challenging, and FUN! This website is filled with videos, action photos, useful information and practical ideas, to help make it easier for youth and adult troop leaders to present Scout meetings that are fun with positive outcomes.

BSA Troop Leader BLOG:

Welcome to the Troop Leader Blog where ideas can be shared, thoughts and opinions can be expressed, and success stories can be related. As troop leaders, your views and experiences are at the heart of what defines our program. Whatever you can share via your comments is valuable, most welcome, and sure to be appreciated by other leaders.

Troop Program Resources:

BSA SEA Scout:

Membership Recruitment Resources:

Annual Health and Medical Record

STEM—Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics:


Scouting Forms:

Journey to Excellence Resources and Service Hours Login Page Link.

(2017 JTE Scorecards now available, Guidebooks & Tracking Workbooks Coming Soon).

Advancement Resources including the 2016 printing of the Eagle Rank Application and the October 2015 Printing Eagle Scout Project Workbook.