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Bull Run District is the home of 75 units serving 1,941 youth with 897 registered adult volunteers in the area of northwestern Prince William County.

The District is led by the District Key 3 Leadership:

 District Chair Dr. Shawn Landry 
 District Commissioner  Matt Messenger
 District Executive 
Phillip Duggins


For a complete list of District Committee & Commissioner Contacts, click HERE.


District Calendar of Events

You can download a PDF copy of the current Bull Run Calendar HERE or you may view this online version HERE.

The Bull Run District Roundtables are held every second Thursday of each month from August through June with our gathering starting at 7:00 pm at Stonewall Middle School in Manassas unless otherwise noted on the District Calendar.


District Website Links:

District Newsletters | Merit Badge Counselor | District Roundtable

Health and Safety | Webelos to Scouts Transition | Scouting Unit Contacts 

Community Service | Unit Membership Recruiting

 District Eagle Scout Rank Advancement information

2014 District Award list | Nominating Unit Leaders for District Awards


******  News Flash  ******


Start Cooking Things Up with the Spring Camporee! 


Do you think your unit has what it takes to be crowned “Top Chef” in Bull Run District? If you are up to the challenge, join fellow Crews, Teams, and Troops to test your culinary skills against the best Bull Run District has to offer, and work toward your Cooking Merit Badge!! Click on the link above to register and find out more. A downloadable flyer is available HERE to take back to your unit leaders about the Camporee.


2015 Spring Camporee Leaders Guide is now available.


51,820 Scouts earned Eagle Scout in 2014 

Click on the link above for the full article in Bryan on Scouting blog (Official BSA Blog) for more details.


The National Area Council had 1,334 scouts earn Eagle Scout in 2014. In Bull Run District, we had 50 scouts complete Eagle, having completed 7,649 community service hours through their service projects, the average BR scout recruited 152.98 service hours, estimated at $24.49/hour (National Value of Volunteer Time) for Virginia to be valued at $187,324. The average age of the new Eagle Scouts at the time of their Eagle Board of Review is 17.3 years old. Troop/Crews 554 & 1195 had the largest number of Eagle scouts in their units with seven awarded in 2014 at each unit.


Advancement Information and Links

If you are interested in becoming a Merit Badge Counselor, information on how to register can be found HERE.

Since January 1, 2014, over 45 scouts in Bull Run District have been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout by the BSA National office. Any scout that has completed his Life rank and is starting the his path to the rank of Eagle Scout should try to attend one of Bull Run District's Life to Eagle Conference that is offered four times each year. Information can be found in a flyer found HERE. You can also verify your District Eagle Advisors from this link.

Get the latest news in Bull Run District

All past and current District Newsletters can be found at this link.

Recognize your unit volunteers!

Every year in March, Bull Run District recognizes the adult volunteers from both the district and units within our district, these leaders from the 2014 District Awards are posted on this link. If you would like to nominate someone for the 2015 recognition awards, instructions on How to Nominate for the 2015 District Awards is found on this link.

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