Daniel Leathers joined Scouting as a 2nd grader and was full throttle from there.
He earned his Wolf, Bear, Webelos and Arrow of Light awards in Cub Scouts and crossed over to Boy Scouts.
Daniel earned the rank of Eagle Scout and also served on the Lodge Committee as a youth in the Order of the Arrow In his high school years.
After graduating he served in the US Army where his time included assignments at the Pentagon and as a member of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (aka – Nightstalkers).
After leaving the military, he became a professional Scouter in numerous roles for over 11 years including Cub Scout Camp Director, Boy Scout Camp Director, and Director of Outdoor Programs.
He also served as the course director for the program section at National Camp School.
Additionally, on the volunteer side he was a Committee Chairman for his son’s Boy Scout Troop and Cubmaster for his Cub Scout Pack.
During Daniel’s tenure, he was able to attend the Centennial National Jamboree at Fort A.P.Hill, Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, NM and Northern Tier Canoe Base in Attikokan, ON Canada.
Along with everything else, he served as the Lodge Advisor for the Order of the Arrow and is a Vigil Honor member.
We are creating a video library of the basic skills necessary to complete the scouting program and MORE….Cub scout to Eagle scout.
Tiered training for merit programs!
This video learning program will teach specific skills for each level of scouting to both scout and parent!
We very excited to be a part of this endeavor.
The OWA will have special incentives to make sure these opportunities are available for ALL.
What a true alliance is
Wonderful owners, knowledgable instructors, great videos and a group that know what a true alliance is!
Absolutely Brilliant!! Highly recommended!
Like sitting around a comfortable fire in a lodge
A group of knowledgeable persons in bushcraft and survival sharing with like minded individuals. Like sitting around a comfortable fire in a lodge and sharing stories or failures and successes to help is all he better.