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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Today’s employers are looking to hire someone with problem-solving skills, a strong work ethic and the ability to work in a team. “Sounds an awful lot like the traits we develop in Scouting,” says Peter Boll. When he’s not working as communications coordinator for...read more
Webelos Scout Ryan Murray sketched his ideas for glass art to be made at The Corning Museum of Glass. At a glassblowing event, artists were going to create items based on ideas the visiting Scouts submitted. “I wanted something that represented Scouts, and then I...read more
What’s a cliff? What are some of the most famous cliffs? And how do they even exist? Plus, this week we’re starting off with a shout out for all the turtle fans. Hear all about it on the latest episode of PodAsk:...read more
As our volunteers’ lives continue to become busier, the BSA has looked for ways to streamline and simplify our leaders’ ability to deliver the Scouting program effectively. Recently, a cross-functional team of some 20+ BSA employees has been developing an innovative...read more
Please join us as we congratulate Justin Williams, who will serve as Scout executive of the Palmetto Council in Spartanburg, South Carolina, effective October 1, 2019. Justin began his Scouting career as a district executive at the North Florida Council in...read more
This is Unsung Heroes, a Bryan on Scouting blog series celebrating under-reported acts of Scouting heroism. These are stories that don’t make national headlines — but should. That’s doubly true in this world that can always use more good news. Read the latest story...read more
A century ago, in a forest not far from London, a group of Scouting volunteers made history. Over a span of nearly two weeks, they experienced a course, devised by Scouting founder Robert Baden-Powell, that offered “practical instruction as to how a camp should be...read more
Although it might still feel like summer in some places, most units are looking forward to traditional fall activities. That means it’s time for Show and Tell, where Scouters show their favorite photos and tell the story behind them. This time, we’d like to reflect on...read more
Even the best-designed recruiting flyer is just part of the equation. These days, recruiting more families to your pack, troop or crew means getting out there into your community. It means sharing the story of Scouting directly. It means word of mouth. That strategy —...read more