Wapehani District

Proudly serving the youth and families of Brown, Monroe, Morgan, and Owen Counties.

District Key 3 Leadership

District Chairman: Lloyd DeWar

District Commissioner: Randy Cox

Field Director: Jon Ocheltree

District Executive: Johnny Sherfick 

A Note from Johnny

The Importance of Community in Today’s World

As you all know this has been some very trying times. The world seems to have been flipped upside down onto our heads. Things that were once considered rocks in our lives have now become uncertain and that has at times been uneasy. I would like to however take this time to look at the other side of things. In this time of uncertainty and confusion I have witnessed some amazing things. At a time when people are social distancing at least 6 feet apart I have seen how we are all in fact coming closer together through our weekly Scout meeting and staying closer with the loved ones in our homes and in touch with family members out of our homes as well. When people are becoming worried for the health of themselves and their friends and family members, I have witnessed everyone supporting one another and lending an open “metaphorical” hand. Remember in these times to look at the gifts and blessings in your own life and to remember how much the people in your lives mean to you. When things do return to normal be sure to take the positive outcomes from this experience with you.


District Bulletin Board

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SERVICE PROJECTS AVAILABLE: The Bloomington Community Orchard has a number of projects they will be undertaking in the coming months.  Some of these projects can be used as unit service hours, and others could potentially be claimed as Eagle Scout Service Projects.  For more information, please contact the Orchard via e-mail at operations@bloomingtoncommunityorchard.org.

People & Animal Learning Services (PALS) has projects available for units to assist with and in exchange will have the opportunity to take on Equestrian Merit Badge Opportunities. For more information contact christina@pals.therapy.org.

SORTERS WANTED: My Sister's Closet, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing free workforce attire and success training to low-income and at-risk women, needs some strong backs and quick arms to sort a huge backlog of incoming donations!  Times can be arranged on weeknights or weekends by calling My Sister's Closet at (812) 333-7710 or completing their online form.