Fwd: Introduction – Kyle Lamm New DE

An introduction to our new district executive.

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From: Kyle Lamm <Kyle.Lamm@scouting.org>
Date: Mon, Mar 7, 2022 at 9:51 AM
Subject: Introduction – Kyle Lamm New DE
To: Kyle Lamm <Kyle.Lamm@scouting.org>

Good morning, Scouters

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Kyle Lamm the new District
Executive for Cahokia Mounds District! As this week starts it’s my goal to
touch base with you all; to check in and to discuss any needs or wants that
Kevin and I may be able to help with. With that being said, my personal
cell is 1-314-623-3876. Should you need anything please feel free to reach
out to me. I look forward to getting to know your all units and what all
you have going on. Too start the process, below is a little about me and my
scouting past.

I am originally from Wentzville, Missouri and attended college at Missouri
State University majoring in Hospitality & Restaurant Administration. I am
a lifelong Scouter from Tiger to Eagle Scout in Troop 374 (North Star
District). I am also a member of the Order of the Arrow and is Wood Badge
trained. While in college, I served on camp staff with the Ozark Trails
Council and served as a leader for outreach units. I am also a member of
Alpha Phi Omega and Freemasons. My wife Brittney and I have one son,
Jameson, and my down time, I enjoy running and geocaching.

Looking forwards to speaking with you all.

Yours in Scouting,

Kyle Lamm | District Executive of Madison and Bond Counties

*Greater St. Louis Area Council*

4568 West Pine Blvd | St. Louis, MO 63108-

O: 618-207-6422 M 314-623-3876 | *kyle.lamm@scouting.org


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