Welcome to the Thunderbird District! We serve Lisle, Woodridge & Naperville (School District 203), Illinois, and are part of the Boy Scouts of America, Three Fires Council #127.
Heather Fleetwood, our Thunderbird District Executive is moving to Colorado. We wish her & her husband Grant, the best of success in thier new jobs! Our District Director, Wes Weems will be taking over for Heather until we find a new District Executive.
Silver Acorn Nomination Form - 1 person from each unit may receive this award!
Help Needed on SATURDAY, MAY 9th
23rd annual Stamp Out Hunger – Letter Carriers’ Food Drive.
FLIER WITH INFORMATION
We’re teaming up on that day to help the postal carriers collect donations for Loaves & Fishes. We are in need of Cub and Boy Scouts with parent drivers to handle the walking routes during the morning. The donations need to be picked up and delivered to various drop points. There are 32 walking routes in Naperville that need to be covered. If each unit can commit to helping with a couple of routes, it should be done quickly.
Time: 11 a.m. start time / Where: Meet at the parking lot across from Knox Presbyterian Church, 1105 Catalpa Ln, Naperville, IL 60540
Your participation will help Loaves & Fishes, which provided food and access to programs for 4,606 Naperville and DuPage County families last year. Please contact Debbie Froelich (see Flier) if you have any questions & to sign up to participate. We would like to have a head count no later than May 1st
Dates: Saturday, May 30th from 7 am to Sunday, May 31st until 9 am / Location: Green Valley Forest Preserve - Naperville, IL. / Check in: At the North end of the Forest Preserve Parking lot / Cost: $17 per person (1-Scout & 1-Parent/guardian is $34) / For more information, see the Webelos Overnight Page of this site.
Save the Date! 2015 Jamborall – Ignite the Adventure
October 2-4, 2015 | Sandwich Fairgrounds | 1401 Suydam Road, Sandwich, IL 60548
Join thousands of your fellow Scouts, Venturers and Arrowmen at our premier camping and Scouting outdoors skills event! There will be 7 HUGE Event Zones with hundreds of activities - Shooting Sports, Patriot/Military, Outdoor Challenges, Technology/STEM, Tougher-Than-A-Boy Scout, Abilities Awareness & Fun Zone! Saturday Evening Stage Show and Spectacular Fireworks Display! Camping will be available for all levels of Scouts and their Scouting families, or you can come for a day of FUN on Saturday! Registration begins in May.
he Silver Beaver Award is the highest council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America acting through the National Court of Honor. The award is presented upon action of the Council Executive Board upon recommendation of the Silver Beaver Selection Committee. The Silver Beaver Award recognizes distinguished service to youth by a registered Scouter residing within the Council. Candidates for this award must be nominated. Self-nominations are not accepted. The Three Fires Council is proud to announce its 2014 Silver Beaver recipients, who will receive this honor at the Annual Council Recognition Banquet on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at Hotel Arista, Naperville.
2014 Silver Beaver Award Recipients: Jason Ball – Thunderbird / Karen Ball – Thunderbird / Lawrence Gallagher - Thunderbird / Sandra Cord – Potawatomi Trails / William Doody – Maramech Hill / MaryAnn Grygiel – Northern Trail / Mike Nowak – Shabbona / Linda Potvin – Maramech Hill