Trinity Trails District, BSA

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

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Wild West Camporee

Yippee Ki Yay!!

The Wild West Camporee is almost here!


Please see the flyer for more information.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 09:58

Wilderness First Aid/CPR Classes - Spring 2017

Spring 2017 Wilderness First Aid Courses

Going to to Philmont, Northern Tier, Sea Base, The Summit or other high adventure outing?  Keep reading then...


Brand new scenarios for 2017!!

What is WFA?

Wilderness first aid is the specific discipline of First Aid which relates to care in remote areas, where emergency medical services will be difficult to obtain or will take a long time to arrive.
Wilderness First Aid is a two-day, 16 hour class designed for trip leaders, camp counselors, and outdoor enthusiasts. A current CPR certification is a pre-requisite, however no other previous experience is required. This emergency response training includes patient assessment, musculoskeletal and soft tissue injuries, splinting, and a variety of other topics.
Providing primary care in bad weather with non-standard equipment and coping with long term care and emergency response: Wilderness First Aid places these issues first and foremost.
Lecture and discussion, practical exercise and outdoor scenarios help students gain confidence, and encourage the development of critical decision making skills.

CPR/AED Certification Training is offered on the preceding Friday night if needed.

Current CPR/AED certification required for WFA; minimum of 14 years old
St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church
(corner of Granbury Road and Welch, just south of I-20)
5709 Wedgwood Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76133
Course Format and Cost:
$35   CPR only
$95   WFA only
$130  CPR & WFA
Fri 7pm-10pm
Sat 8am-5:30pm, Sun 8am-4pm (16 hours)
Course Schedule:
  • CPR  Mar 10th
  • CPR  Apr 21st
  • CPR  May 19th
  • CPR  Jun 2nd
  • WFA  Mar 11th/12th
  • WFA  Apr 22nd/23rd
  • WFA  May 20th/21st
  • WFA  Jun 3rd/4th
Click Here for the Flyer For Registering
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 February 2017 16:55

Friends of Scouting 2017 Campaign Unit Incentives


Each scouting unit is asked to conduct a FOS campaign to explain the services of the Longhorn Council to parents and leaders and to encourage them to participate in supporting the costs of the annual operation.   Each Unit conducting and hitting their GOAL earns an incentive from the Council.

Contact Trinity Trails District Family Friends of Scouting Chair Carll Martinez for more information about your unit's FOS goal.

NEW NEW NEW  FOS APPROACH FOR 2017 CAMPAIGNS - The One Month Campaign!!!

This year each unit is asked to ‘run’ their campaign in the month of February, which is Scout Anniversary month.

Also, units that historically have done a successful event November or December of the previous year, may continue.  Please work with your District volunteers and professionals to coordinate the campaign approach and timing.

NEW this year also is the option and opportunity to conduct the FOS campaign electronically.  The Council will provide each unit choosing this option with a website that is mobile compatible, to electronically conduct your units’ campaign.  In addition, units will receive electronic templates for information, educational resources, and communications that can be customized to easily communicate to your parents.

Unit Incentives

Incentive for completing the Friends of Scouting Campaign and Hitting the FOS Goal.

  • Boy Scout Troops receive Free Rank Advancements (all the cloth rank advancements, merit badges, and pocket certificates).
  • Cub Scout Packs may choose between a) Cub Scout rank cloth patches, belt loops, cyber chip patch, rank cards, and Webelos activity pins, or b) a 50% discount to either the Cub Family Adventures in April or the Fall Festivals in October 2017.
  • Venture Crews receive $100 in Scout Shop gift card.

Incentive Rules

1. Available from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017 for Free Rank Advancement or the two opportunities for a Cubs Scout camping discount.

2. To qualify the Unit must:

  • Turn in a Unit Declaration Form at the time of December Rechartering, or at the designated meeting.
  • Identify the Unit Champion as the Point of Contact for this campaign.
  • Complete your goal and turn in related materials by March 15, 2017.
  • Turn in a Goal Completion Form with pledge cards by March 15, 2017.

3. Units meeting their FOS Goals will be recognized at the LHC Annual Recognition Banquet on April 25th.


More information, brochures, and videos about Friends of Scouting Campaign 2017 can be found on the Longhorn Council Web Site:

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 January 2017 20:28

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Trinity Trails Contacts

David Rico,
Field Director – Western Service Area

Steve Baker,
District Chair (Acting)
Jason Kelly,
District Commissioner
Fritz Quast,
Kevin McClean,
James Horton,
Cub Roundtable Commissioner
David Brynell,
Scout Roundtable Commissioner
Cory Tallman,
Steve Beyt,
Joel Lewallen,
Camp Cards
Blake Leva,
Kevin McCormick,
Nominating Committee Chair
James Tinker,
Venturing Round Table Chair
Webelos to Scout Transition Coordinator
Sayi Prasad Gottumukkala,
Social Media Coordinator
Carll Martinez,
Family Friends of Scouting
Mike Cormier,
Brent Clark,
OA Advisor
Gaby Pilonieta,
District Awards
Bill Peterson,
Merit Badges
Douglas Abernathy,