Welcome to the Trail of Tears District
Middle Tennessee Council – Boy Scouts of America
We are located in the heart of Tennessee and proud members of the Middle Tennessee Council. Our District includes many strong Troops, Posts, Crews and Packs located in both Rutherford and Cannon Counties.
Trail of Tears District Roundtable
Open to All Scout Volunteers & Parents
The First Thursday of the Month @ 7 PM August Through May
Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
315 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Network with experienced leaders and learn “new tricks” to help you “deliver the promise” of a quality experience for your Scouts.
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Troop 66 uses a tripod to roast some of their turkeys at their annual Thanksgiving campout. Here’s how they do it. 1. Set up a metal tripod. Place three wire mesh cylinders (to serve as coal towers) attached to metal rods in between legs of tripods. 2. Cover ground...read more
While most American kids are busy deciding which Halloween costume to wear this year — Stranger Things or Star Wars? — the Scouts in the BSA’s Western Los Angeles County Council have flipped their calendars forward by two months. Yes, they’re already working on...read more
A dining fly is one of the first structures you should put up at camp. But what if you’re in an area away from trees, how do you secure one? For the next couple of weeks, we’ll be sharing some camp hacks that the BSA’s national camping subcommittee has shared with us....read more
The largest Scouting event in the world is set for this weekend: the Jamboree-on-the-Air and Jamboree-on-the-Internet. In 2017, more than 1.5 million Scouts and leaders in more than 160 countries participated. This year marks the 62nd rendition of the radio event and...read more
Get the scoop on what’s flying, racing, bouncing and lighting up on the toy scene this season. Each item on our list has been reviewed and approved by our kid toy testers. LEGO UPS ITS GAME At first glance, the augmented-reality Lego Hidden Side looks basic: eight...read more
The years weren’t getting shorter, but Ginger Fearey’s children seemed to be growing up faster and faster. Thankfully, the adult volunteer from Grapevine, Texas, found one place where time seemed to slow down. Whenever she went hiking with her son and Troop 7 — in...read more
You might have seen an email announcing that the Boy Scouts of America will be performing periodic rechecks of criminal backgrounds of all volunteers. Without dedicated volunteers, Scouting wouldn’t be the great, life-changing program it is today. You help make...read more
Please join us as we congratulate Marc T. Andreo, who will serve as Scout executive of the Patriots’ Path Council in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, effective October 15, 2019. Marc began his Scouting career as a district executive and then district director with the...read more
Jonathan Andersen never let a little fame get to his head. But he did let it serve as extra motivation along his Scouting trail. Jonathan and his dad, Bruce, were photographed together in 2008 for a Boy Scouts of America recruiting campaign. More than a decade later,...read more