100th year Coffee Table Book

Pre-orders for this historic photo book can be placed at the link below until November 30, 2021. Only a limited number of copies will be available for purchase after printing. Books will be delivered after the conclusion of the Anniversary year celebrations in 2021. Click here to view another sneak peak of the 100th Anniversary Coffee Table Book!

Click HERE to pre-order book

What are you doing the

Weekend of September 24-26, 2021?

WelI we've got your weekend planned?  The highlight of the 100th Anniversary of Scouting in Middle Tennessee will be the Centennial Council Jamboree being held September 24-26, 2021 at Boxwell Scout Reservation.  This will be an exciting, fun filled weekend of camping, activities and good times with family and friends.   At the end of the day on Saturday our Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA and Venturers will be treated to an evening of music, laughter and good ole Scouting fun at the Arena Shows.  The information provided below will help you in the planning process for your Pack, Troop or Crew. 

Who can Participate?

All registered Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturers and Adult Leaders.  Parents and siblings are welcome to come join in the fun of the Jamboree.  Please note that activities at the Jamboree are for registered Scouts.  Siblings may participate if the activity has available participation space.

What is the cost to attend the Jamboree?

The cost for each Cub Scout, Scouts BSA and Venturers is $20.00 if paid before Friday, September 10th.  After September 10th, the fee is $30.00 each.  All Scout Leaders, Parents and siblings are free.

Does the Jamboree need Staff Members?

Our Jamboree Chairman, David Garrett, has assembled a great group of volunteers to serve in the leadership roles of the Jamboree.  However, to ensure that the Jamboree is safe and fun for everyone it will take 100 plus volunteers to support the Jamboree.  These areas include Medical, Commissioners, Logistics. Trading Post, traffic and security and who knows what else.  Staff Cost is $15.00.

Scout Registration
Staff Registration

Fall Recruitment - Rocket into Scouting

All Fall Recruitment materials are ready for pick up! Check your district calendar for program and round up preview meetings in your local area.  Remember to use the top 40 marketing list to help with recruitment! You can also visit our website at www.mtcbsa.org/resources to download the Flyer, Den Leader Guide, Parent Orientation guide and much more.

August Induction Weekend

Induction weekends are the largest lodge events of the year, and during these weekends we welcome new members into our lodge. These two weekends allow us to fulfill our mission in giving cheerful service to Scouting and others. 

In addition to inducting new members, there is an opportunity for Ordeal members who have been a member for 6 months to seal their membership by becoming a Brotherhood member. 


What is an induction weekend?
Induction weekends are your two opportunities during the year to join the OA. During the weekend, you will be giving meaningful service to council camp Boxwell.

Register HERE

Scout of the Year Nomination

We are seeking nominations to be considered for “Scout of the Year”. Please click on the button below to nominate a Scout that has demonstrated exceptional Scout spirit, leadership, heroism, community service or citizenship, either in his/her Scout unit or personal life. We will select one Cub Scout, one Scouts BSA, one Venturing Youth, one STEM Scout and one Sea Scout/Explorer to represent the Council. Each youth must be registered in a pack, troop, crew, lab, ship or post within the Middle Tennessee Council at the time of nomination. Should you wish to nominate more than one Scout, please complete a separate entry by October 8, 2021.

The Scouts of the Year will be featured throughout the entire 2022 Scouting year, including a video showcasing their accomplishments. These Scouts will be recognized at the annual Patron Luncheon on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 before an audience of 1,000 community and civic leaders, and they will also be presented in Jet Trails magazine, Scout Shorts on-line, and other MTCBSA publications.

Click HERE to nominate a Scout


IF you don’t want to miss out on any announcements or recaps from activities going on across the Council, DON’T FORGET to subscribe to the Council YouTube Channel! REMEMBER to keep up with our MTC TV episodes as we feature different units and events. We are always looking for any positive stories in the community that you may want to highlight in your unit. If you want to share your story, please contact our Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Victoria Leuang at vleuang@mtcbsa.org

MTC TV Summer Camp 2021 Episode


2021 MTC Nashville Patron Luncheon
Thursday, September 16, 2021   

Join us for the 2021 Nashville Patron Luncheon on Thursday, September 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Music City Center.  The Council will have the opportunity to recognize the 4 "Scouts of the Year” and Captain Kristen M. Griest will give the keynote address.  Captain Griest was one of the first two women to graduate Ranger School.

For more information about attending the Nashville Patron Luncheon, please visit our website at www.mtcbsa.org/patronluncheon or contact Kevin McMurrian, Director of Finance at kmcmurrian@mtcbsa.org or (615) 516-9065.

Come Get your Popcorn!  Star Wars – May the Pop Be With You!


The 2021 MTC Popcorn Sale will begin on August 16!  If your unit would like to sell popcorn or if you would like to purchase some Trails-End delicious popcorn, please contact Kevin McMurrian at kmcmurrian@mtcbsa.org or (615) 516-9065.

2021 Sporting Clays Fun Shoot 

The 19th Annual Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America’s Sporting Clays Fun Shoot is on Saturday, August 21st at the Nashville Gun Club. This a competitive round of sporting clays including shells, meals, and prizes for participants. The Clay Shoot Online Auction will start on Sunday, August 15th and end on Thursday, August 19th. The auction will have a wide range of items including: coolers, Great Smoky Mountain Cabin Vacations, rare spirits, and an Orvis sponsored hunting trip!!. For more information and to sign up click here.

BSA Extravaganza Auction

Save the date for the 21st Annual BSA Extravaganza Auction!! The Extravaganza will be on November 4th at the Westin in downtown Nashville. The auction raises funds for local Scouting programs in Middle Tennessee and will have a wide array of items to bid on including: destination vacation stays, sports and entertainment tickets, dining experiences, golf packages, special memorabilia, and much more.

New this year is the exclusive VIP event on the rooftop of the Westin. The VIP experience offers special drinks and appetizers. As well as one on one networking opportunities with other VIP guests and event committee members.

Tickets and sponsorships are available now, for more information and to sign up click here.

Wood Badge 2021

Wood Badge is THE premier advanced Leadership Training opportunity in the Boy Scouts of America, and YOU have the opportunity to attend this year.  The course covers one weekend in both August and September and when you attend, you WILL have the time of your life!  Wood Badge is the mountaintop experience you keep hearing about, so why put it off until next year?  Just sign up now!  Slots ARE filling up quickly at this point, so you want to act fast. To register, please Click the button below. 

Register HERE

All Scouts deserve a trained Leader!

Even better, be a leader with additional training in High Adventure!

Come join us for Climbing and Rappelling Training.

Become a Climbing Instructor Level I/II.

The program requires two weekends to complete.  At the end of the first week-end you will qualify to receive your Climbing Instructor Level I trained card (valid 1 year).  Then coming to a second session and helping provide instruction, and exhibiting proficiency in the taught skills, will qualify you to receive your Climbing Instructor Level II card (valid 3 years).

Once you have your Climbing Instructor Level II card you will be a qualified instructor and able to take your unit outdoor climbing.  You may do so by renting a climbing kit from the council or using your own gear.

Register HERE

Community Events

Nashville Sounds - First Horizon Park on Saturday, July 17th as the Nashville Sounds take on the Louisville Bats at 7:05 pm. Click HERE for more information and to purchase tickets.

Nashville Soccer Club - Saturday, July 24th as the Nashville SC vs FC Cincinnati. Click HERE for more information and to purchase tickets.