Trinity Trails District, BSA

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

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Fort Worth CAN Academy and Longhorn Council BSA

The Fort Worth CAN Academy and the Longhorn Council Boy Scouts Of America need your help.

The Fort Worth CAN Academy and the Longhorn Council Boy Scouts Of America are looking to host a group of 9 kids on outdoor field trip, for Thursday June 9, 2016 during the hours of 8:30 - 12:30. Preferably horseback riding. It would be for approximately 9 students and 2 chaperones. If you or someone you know would be interested in hosting this group please message me.

Montenique Littlejohn

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 June 2017 15:19

Fall Training Update (Aug 15, 2015)

Every Scout deserves a trained adult leader!

Trinity Trails District is joining our neighbor districts in the Western Service Area to conduct Cub and Boy Scout Leader training courses.  Brazos Valley is the lead district on a multi-district training team heading up a training program in September.  Trinity Trails is the secondary district in this September program.  Next spring Trinity Trails will be the lead district in the multi-district training program.  It is set up so that all four districts will operate on a rotating leader basis. 

In September, Brazos Valley District is offering the following courses.   The course info has also been posted to the Trinity Trails district calendar.

Sept 19, 8am to 5pm - BALOO, OWL, and IOLS

Location: Camp Holland, 1419 Holland Lake Drive, Weatherford.

Sept 26, 8am to 2pm - Scoutmaster Position Specific Training

Location: Holy Redeemer Catholic Parish, 16250 Old Weatherford Rd, Aledo TX

Sept 26, noon to 4pm - Cub Scout Leader Position Specific Training

Location:  Weatherford LDS Stake Center, 2251 Bethel Rd, Weatherford, TX

A variety of other course offerings are available this fall throughout Longhorn Council at various districts.  Course information and registration links are posted at the Longhorn Council training calendar.


How do I Login?

Q: How do I obtain an account on the Trinity Trails Website?

A: Use the Contact Us menu to send an email to the Webmaster, along with your brief Scouting connection to the Trinity Trails District and/or the Longhorn Council. For example, you may be a Unit Leader of a local Cub Pack, Venture Crew, or Scout Troop. Provide full name, email, and a phone number so that we may contact you if we have questions.

Q: Do I need a login account?

A: It depends. You would need a login account primarily if you are planning to write articles for your committee, Scouting Unit, or on behalf of a community event. Although articles on can be marked for reading only by persons who are logged in, we discourage that practice. Nearly all of the content on the website is meant for public viewing, including non-Scouts who may be visiting the website to learn more about Scouting. If you have an occasional event or a one-time activity, simply contact any of the Scouters from the Contact Us list on the right side of the website and we can post an article on your behalf (we can even display your name as the author).
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 August 2015 09:07

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Trinity Trails Contacts

Kevin Steffy,
Field Director (Interim)

Thurman Schweitzer,
District Chair
Steve Baker,
George Muckleroy,
Kevin McClean,
David Brynell,
District Commissioner
James Horton,
Cub Roundtable Commissioner
David Brynell,
Scout Roundtable Commissioner
George Muckleroy,
Nominating Committee Chair
Montenique Littlejohn,
Carll Martinez,
Family Friends of Scouting
Blake Leva,
Popcorn Kernel
Joel Lewallen,
Camp Cards
Kevin McClean,
Kevin Ferguson,
Mike Cormier,
Chris Gonzales,
Day Camp
Brian Cook,
Chris Gonzales,
Pinewood Derby
Steve Beyt,
David Sherier,
OA Advisor
Bill Peterson,
Merit Badges
Douglas Abernathy,