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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 
Andrew Petty


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


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Bull Run District Venture-all Training Day

 Venturing Crew members have the choice of two training tracks that qualify for advancement requirements with the Venturing Awards. The first Track covers "Mentoring for Venturing" and "Venturing Goal Setting & Time Management", each are about three hours long. The second track is a single all day event covering "Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews" (ILSC). Both tracks start at 9 am. The flyer for this event can be downloaded HERE or click on the link in the title for registration and more details.


Charter Organization Representative (D72) Training

 The Chartered Organization Representative is the direct contact between the pack and the chartered organization. This individual is also the organization’s contact with the district committee and the local council. The chartered organization representative may become a member of the district committee and is a voting member of the local council. If the chartered organization has more than one unit, one representative serves them all. You on the link in the title for registration and more details on this training opportunity. 


Winter Camporee -- Klondike Derby


Download a event flyer for more information HERE.

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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