The Huguenot Trail District

Brave the trail! The Huguenot Trail District serves the scouts, scouters, and families of central Virginia. The district is an integral part of the Heart of Virginia Council and aims to promote the scouting cause by providing training, resources, leadership, and district wide events.

Creepy Hollow
  The Heart of Virginia Council invites all Cub and Webelos Scouts to visit Creepy Hollow! Click here for more information and to register.    
Scout Patch & Recycling Education Program from CVWMA
Scout Patch: Looking for a way to make a positive impact on your community’s environment? The Reduce, Reuse, Recycle special patch program offered by the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) is designed to teach Scouts that live within one of the CVWMA’s thirteen member jurisdictions the importance of being a “recycling steward” in their...(more)
Tiger Rally
  Tiger Rally Registered TIGERS and their ADULT PARTNERS Saturday, October 4, 2014 Cub and Webelos Adventure Camp 10:00AM to 3:00PM $7.00 per person Parade Fishing BMX Bikes Wrist Rockets Tiger Games Scavenger Hunt Rocket Throw Tiger Parade Tiger Crafts & so much more! optional $5.00 hotdog lunch or bring your own lunch Tiger Rally...(more)
Rabies: What Scouts Need To Know
Rabies:  What Scouts Need To Know The Virginia Department of Health has created a powerpoint presentation and handout that would be great for older Scouts to present to their Troop to educate Scouts on the signs and dangers of rabies.  A Scout could do the presentation while working Public Speaking or Communications merit badges.  The materials...(more)
Your Help Needed!
Dear Unit Leaders, We need your help.  The Heart of Virginia Commissioner Cabinet is working to secure all the unit commissioners that will be necessary to properly service the Scouting units of our council.  We are unable to find enough qualified candidates on our own and would like your input. Please consider making one or...(more)
It’s Not Too Late to Sell Popcorn!
Sign up NOW for the 2014 Popcorn Sale! Simply fill out the  Unit Commitment Form electronically,  then save it to your computer and email it to lisa.washington@scouting.org. This Year’s ALL NEW Fill-It-Up Incentive! 2014 Popcorn Sale Key Dates August 2- Battlefield District Explosion- Fairfield Presbyterian @ 9:00AM August 5- Capitol District Explosion- Service Center @...(more)
Join Scouting
Scouting’s programs and outdoor adventures prepare young people for a lifetime of character and leadership. Scouting makes the most of the little time parents have to impact their children.   To learn more about joining go to www.joinscoutsva.org or click Join in the red navigation menu.
Apollo 2014 Youth Leadership Experience
What is it?  A youth leadership training program in a weekend format for troop and crew leaders and future leaders. Why have it?  Scouts, Venturers and Explorers should be youth led – Give your scouts the opportunity to join other scouts across the Council in a powerful leadership experience that will better equip them to...(more)
23rd World Scout Jamboree – Registration Open!
  In 2015, more than 30,000 Scouts and leaders from 161 countries around the world will converge on Kirara-hama, Yamaguchi, Japan, for the 23rd World Scout Jamboree. The event will provide opportunities to raise awareness about global issues, explore the environment, participate in community service, make friends from around the world, and deepen understanding of...(more)
Wood Badge 2014!!!
What is Wood Badge? Wood Badge is a leadership course for trained Cub Scout Leaders, Venture Leaders, Varsity and Boy Scout Leaders.  Also, District and Council leaders. All trained adult Scout leaders are encouraged to attend Wood Badge! Wood Badge is a world wide training tradition that reaches back to the days of the founding...(more)

Boy Scouts

OA Cermony Team Help
We Need Your Support! Your OA Chapter 18 Ceremony Team conducts Arrow of Light ceremonies for Packs and Call-Out ceremonies for Troops in the Huguenot Trail District. We are looking for Arrowmen willing to serve on the Team on a regular basis. This is a meaningful way for you to provide friendly, cheerful service to Cub Scouts and fellow Boy Scouts in your district. Interested OA members may contact the Ceremony Team's Youth Chair (Josh) and Team Advisor (Jim Hemenway)via email at ceremonyteam@huguenottrail.org or you can call Jim at telephone 516-4879 to obtain information and to pursue joining the Team.

Cub Scouts

Cub Scout Day Camp Achievements
Thank you to all of the wonderful volunteers, staff, parents, and Cub Scouts who made the 2014 Cub Scout Day Camp at St. Michael's Episcopal School's Singleton Campus in Bon Air such a great success. We hope to see you all again next summer at our exciting new location (look for details in Spring 2015). To obtain a list of achievements completed by the boys at camp, click the link below (file is a PDF).
 
Cub Scout Day Camp Achievements (June 16-20, 2014)