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The Coronado Area Council continues its proud heritage of serving community organizations across the 32 counties that comprise our service area in North-Central and Northwest Kansas. More than 3,700 youth participate in the Scouting and Exploring programs provided by nearly 1,500 dedicated volunteer leaders.  Learn more and get involved.

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College of Commissioner Science

April 27, 2019 is the Coronado Area Council Commissioner College. It will be held concurrent with the K.S.U. Merit Badge Conference. This year participants will be able to complete the course work for either the Bachelors of Commissioner Science or the Masters of Commissioner Science.
Bachelors courses to be offered are:
BCS 101, 103, 104, 105, 114, 116, and 117.
Masters courses to be offered are:
MCS 303, 304, 305, 307, 314, 315, 316,
The instructor for the Bachelors courses will be George Wyatt. The instructor for the Masters courses will be James Gardner. Both instructors have completed the Doctorate of Commissioner Science program.
Registration will be available on the website. For questions feel free to contact George Wyatt at or 785-587-7671 (cell).

Leaders, your Scouts need to experience the challenge of climbing and rappelling. By having adult leaders in your unit certified as BSA Climbing and Rappelling Instructors, you will be able to use the facilities at Brown Memorial Camp and Hansen Scout Reservation.
Out of council Leaders are welcome to attend! Space is limited to 15.