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Quanah Parker District

Welcome to the Quanah Parker District Webpage!

The Quanah Parker District proudly serves the Golden Spread Council’s ScoutReach Division across its entire geographic service area with primary efforts concentrated in Amarillo.

ScoutReach 

ScoutReach Mission
To recruit strong adult leaders and to develop solid relationships with chartered organizations in urban and rural communities nationwide to ensure that culturally diverse youth have the opportunity to join the Scouting program.

Core Program 
The ScoutReach Division gives special leadership and emphasis to urban Scouting programs. ScoutReach is the Golden Spread Council's commitment to making sure that all young people have an opportunity to join Scouting, regardless of their circumstances, neighborhood, or ethnic background.

Today, young people are faced with many challenges as they often face fragile families and disintegrating neighborhoods. ScoutReach meets the developmental needs of youth in urban settings and the housing developments. The program also focuses on the U.S. rural population, which constitutes approximately 25 percent of the total U.S. population. Some rural communities are stable and growing, whereas others are characterized by decentralized, low-density populations and/or poverty.

Scouting, by emphasizing ethics and moral values, addresses many of the social concerns of parents and youth in our country. Scouting prepares urban youth to be leaders, to accept responsibility, and to care about principles and causes beyond their own self-interest.

Our biggest asset in urban neighborhoods is a well-defined program based on values, learning-by-doing, fun, and positive role models.

More about the ScoutReach Program can be found here.

Jobs

Program Specialists
The after-school Scouting Delivery team, also known as ScoutReach, functions as an extention of the Quanah Parker District in an effort to deliver the Scouting program at select locations to further the Mission of the Boy Scouts of America and the Golden Spread Council. The primary job responsibility of the Program Specialist will be delivering pre-planned Scouting activities to elementary age boys in an after-school format. Meetings take place in Elementary School cafeterias and other community locations. You must be at least 18 years of age with a valid drivers license and insurance, be responsible, have good communication skills, be punctual, and serve as a consistent role model for the boys and exemplify the Scout Oath and Scout Law.
Our daily programs operate Monday thru Friday from 3:00pm until 8:00pm daily, with some locations releasing earlier. Our delivery specialists average 12-15 hours each week, which includes program delivery on site as well as planning and check-point meetings with management. If you’re ready to help make a difference in the community, then we encourage you to apply.

Applications are accepted at the Scout Service Center located at 401 Tascosa Rd, in Amarillo, Monday thru Friday 8:30am-5:30pm. 

For more information contact Brian Lamirande at Brian.Lamirande@Scouting.org or call 806-220-9158. 

Additional information on the ScoutReach after-school Scouting program please visit the Quanah Parker District webpage.

Council Application for Employment
Program Specialist Application

Program Delivery Specialist
Job Description

District Leadership

District Chair

Steve Walthour

swalthour@northplainsgcd.org

District Commissioner

Darryl Hersey

sjbcexpastor@suddenlinkmail.com

District Director

Brian Lamirande

Brian.Lamirande@Scouting.org

Finance Chair

Vacant

Contact District Director

Membership Chair

Vacant

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Training Chair

Wayne Benson

Phone: 806-681-8799

Program Chair

Vacant

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Advancement Chair

Vacant

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Religious Emblems Coordinator

Darryl Hersey

sjbcexpastor@suddenlinkmail.com


For more information on district events or meeting times, please contact
Brian Lamirande at 806-220-9158 or Brian.Lamirande@Scouting.org 

Monthly Meeting Schedule

District Key-3 Meeting
2nd Thursday of every month, 6:00pm at the Scout Service Center located at 401 Tascosa Rd.

District Committee & Commissioner’s Meetings

2nd Thursday of every month, 7:00pm at the Scout Service Center located at 401 Tascosa Rd.

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