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October 14th 2019

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Important Registration Information

 

Our national office has made an important change to this upcoming charter renewal period: All adults registering must complete a new background disclosure form. The BSA will now perform periodic rechecks of criminal backgrounds to support the continued safety of youth in our programs. Again, this is for all adults no matter when the last application was submitted.

All registered adults with a valid email address on file should have received an email from National with the forms linked below. This is a legitimate email and we encourage all adult leaders to review and sign the new disclosure.

Background Check Disclosure

California State Law Disclosures (Non-Credit)

Additional Disclosures & Background Check Authorization

 Turn the signed disclosure into your unit leader to be submitted with your 2020 recharter. Please note that these steps must be completed before your 2020 annual registration can be processed. A print signature is required for this document. Electronic signatures will not be accepted.

 

Eerie Emerson

 

 

  Eerie Emerson #1 10/18 - 10/20   

  Eerie Emerson #2 10/25 - 10/27

   Eerie Emerson Leaders Guide  

 

Upcoming Trainings

 

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

Winter NYLT

 

 NYLT 2019 National Youth Leadership Training

Register for NYLT session 3       December 28th - January 2nd

 

NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training) is advanced leadership training for youth troop, teams, ships, and crew leaders. National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action packed program designed to provide young men and women members of the Boy Scouts of America with leadership skills and an experience they can use in their home troops, teams, ships, or crews.   NYLT teaches lifelong leadership skills. The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what a leader must KNOW and what a leader must DO. NYLT provides youth leaders with the HOW-TO skills they need to be strong youth and strong youth leaders

Registration fee $350.00 (Due no later than the participant orientation date)

A recommendation form will be sent to you and must be returned to complete the youth’s application.

 

QUESTIONS? Please contact,

 

Luke Keserich 760-881-0493 lkeserich@gmail.com

 

Veterans Day Parade

 

 

A Flag for Every Hero

 

 

Cedar Badge Mints New Leaders

 

The original Cedar Badge - Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops trained 58 boys and girls for their roles as leaders at the overnight course held Oct. 4-5. The course combines the BSA's leadership program with the Patrol Leader Handbook for a fun mix of awesome games and brief learning sessions. It's pure Scouting! The next course will be May 2020. The course was hosted by Mt. Rubidoux District and held at the LDS Church's park on Blaine Street.

 

 

Popcorn

 

SPIN AND WIN PARTY NOVEMBER 22nd

VIPS and Bonus forms due October 25th

2019 Popcorn VIP form

Popcorn National Jamboree or high Adventure Base Bonus form

 

Service Project

 

On Saturday, October 12, over 50 Cub Scouts, scouts, and Bureau of Land Management staff came together for the National Public Lands Day service projects at Mojave Trails National Monument.
The service projects are part of an ongoing restoration, fencing and signing action within the Mojave Trails National Monument at the Sheephole Valley Wilderness. The goal is to reduce vehicle intrusion, remove linear disturbance, and improve forage for threatened and endangered species. These service projects consisted of:
1) Located 24 miles east of Twentynine Palms, Cub Scouts cleaned up micro-trash at one area that served as our main campsite.
2) Located 46 miles east of Twentynine Palms, replanting branches of creosote to cover an old mining old road and putting up wire fencing to block access to the road into Sheephole Valley Wilderness.
3) located 50 miles east of Twentynine Palms, placing posts into the ground to repair and extend fencing to restrict vehicular access to another part of Sheephole Valley Wilderness.

Any service project that asks scouts to travel 2-3 hours in a vehicle with a high clearance and 4 wheel drive to a remote area of the Mojave Desert is asking a lot of even the most dedicated volunteers. The scouts that made the long trip to the service project showed a dedication to cheerful service that can only be measured with several exclamation points and words "WOW WOW WOW".
The efforts of our single incredible day of service will be measured over the course of years when the only evidence that humans were ever there is no evidence at all, only the beauty of a natural unbroken desert landscape.

Special thanks to: Colton Charles, Ken Charles, and Cynthia Blessum for organizing and overseeing the service projects; Sandy Boch and Troop 1973 for an outstanding job at providing and preparing the food to feed everyone; the members of Packs 78 and Troops 77, 268, 201, 1776, 157, and Venture Crew 76 for your work at the service projects; the members of Aca, Navajo, and Serrano Chapters of Cahuilla Lodge; and Mona Daniels from the other officials from the Needles Bureau of Land Management.

 

 

 

Fall Fellowship

 

Register for Fall Fellowship

 

 

Map and Compass

 

 

Silver Beaver

 

2019 Silver Beaver Nomination Form

 

Now is the time to nominate a deserving Scouter for the Silver Beaver Award! Don't let a worthy Scouter go unrewarded! We have a new Silver Beaver Application Form for 2019, which is pdf-fillable, making the nominations that much easier.

 

Scouting Safely

 

 

Scout Shop

 

 

Cartoon Corner

 

 

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