Del-Mi District | Crossroads of America Council, BSA

Del-Mi District of Crossroads of America Council

The Del-Mi District of Crossroads of America Council serves 74 Scouting units located in Hamilton and Tipton counties. These units have more than 3,600 members that are supported by 1,200 unit and district volunteers.

Del-Mi District

Latest News

Below is the latest news and information for the Del-Mi District:

Blue & Golds

Get your Blue & Gold activity placemats ordered with the council today by following this link.

Summer Camp

2020 Camperships

A volunteer committee will meet to review all applications received in the council office by April 1st for all summer camps. Applications may still be submitted up until 30 days prior to your camp week. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis in the order that they are received after April 1, 2020. Download the 2020 Campership Application.

Camp Progression Plan

Answer all of your Camp 2020 questions by downloading the Journey On! Camp Guide.

Other Opportunities

Eagle Board of Reviews

We need volunteers to help review Eagle Scout candidates each month at the Noblesville First United Methodist Church. Eagle Board of Reviews occur on the 3rd Thursday of the month in 2020, at Noblesville First United Methodist Church. Send an email to Ted Taylor if you are willing to assist.

With the help of Ted and his team, the Del-Mi District produced a total of 111 Eagle Scouts in 2019. Thank you to our wonderful Troop leaders for your support and commitment to serving our Scouts. Click here to see the breakdown of all 111 Eagle Scouts based on unit.

Are you interested in taking part in an Eagle Board of Review? We are always welcoming new faces! Sign up for the month that works best for your schedule below:

Committee Meetings

Are you interested in helping with an event or assisting to build and strengthen Del-Mi District? You are welcome to join us. Del-Mi District Committee meets on the 1st Thursday of the month from 7–8:30PM at Noblesville First United Methodist Church.


Roundtable is a monthly meeting for all registered leaders and parents to share best practices. Roundtable meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 7PM at Noblesville First United Methodist Church. In 2020 we will begin all Roundtables downstairs with all Cub and Scouts BSA leaders. A breakout specific to each program will follow general announcements.

District Newsletters

Below are links to the Newsletter that has been reinvigorated for 2020. Please send any unit or community information that you would like posted in the newsletter to Jeff White, District Communications Chair.

Social Media

Stay in the know about Del-Mi Distict activities on Facebook and follow Crossroads of America Council on Facebook too!

Save the Date

Del-Mi District Recognition Dinner

Mark you calendars for March 5th! We will celebrate our units’ and leaders’ great accomplishments from 2019. Register at this link today!

Don’t forget to fill out the Nomination Form for your leaders! Click here to make your nominations! All Nominations need to be submitted by February 18th.

Click here to find the list of Past Award Recipients!

District Pinewood Derby

Save your Leap Day for the District Pinewood Derby! For rules and information, please visit the registration page for the event. The District Pinewood Derby will host a Championship bracket, an Open bracket, and an Adult bracket. For car regulations, please click here.

Merit Badge University

Del-Mi District MBU will be Friday, March 13 from 6:30-10PM and Saturday, March 14 from 8:30 AM – 4:30PM at Carmel High School. Interested merit badge counselors should complete this form.

To Register for this event as a Scout or Merit Badge Counselor, please follow this link.

Scouting For Food

See this flier for our Del-Mi-specific Scouting For Food information. We are encouraging ALL of our Scouting units to participate in this year’s Scouting For Food Campaign. Please fill out this commitment form and return to either of your District professionals so that all unit service hours are documented around this campaign accurately.

Spring Camporee

North Star District is hosting the Central Section Spring Camporee at Ransburg Scout Reservation from April 24-26, 2020. Online registration opens March 3rd. 

Upcoming Events

Our District boasts a variety of events throughout the year. To learn more about events happening around the Council, click here to view the Council’s calendar.


Our District is currently supported by the following people; however, new volunteers are always welcome! Please contact our District Executive to find out how you can become involved at the District level.

Professional Staff

District Director

District Executive

Volunteer Leadership Team

District Chair

District Commissioner

District Vice Chair

District Vice Chair

Communications Committee

Vice Chair – Communications

Data Management Chair

Development Committee

Vice Chair – Development

FOS Family Chair

District Popcorn Kernel


Membership Committee

Vice Chair – Membership

Family Scouting Coordinator

Program Committee

Vice Chair – Program

Activities & Civic Service Chair

Camping & Outdoor Chair

Firecrafter Advisor – Prairie Valley Ember

Order of the Arrow Advisor – Quanasita Chapter

District Chaplain

Damon Heasley

Training Committee

Training Chair

Advancement Committee

Advancement Chair

Eagle Board Chair

Roundtable Commissioners

Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner

Scouts BSA Roundtable Commissioner


We like to send out a monthly newsletter to keep our members informed. Please fill out the form below to either subscribe or unsubscribe.


In addition to this webpage and the newsletter above, we encourage you to connect with us via the links below.

Hamilton County Series Sponsors

We are grateful for the following individuals, corporations and organizations who have made a significant investment in the the programs and services offered by the Del-Mi District and Central Indiana Boy Scouts of America.

Hamilton County Series Sponsors
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