Scout Shop







December  3rd, 2018


Eagle Scouts did you know?




In accordance with Army Regulation, if an Eagle Scout joins the Army, they are promoted to E-2 which is the difference of about $200 per month in pay! Being an Eagle Scout puts you ahead of your peers and prepares you for the leadership roles in the United States Army!

The Army has over 150 career fields ranging from medical, to technical jobs such as satellite technician and even unmanned aerial vehicle operator! If this is something you are interested in, contact Staff Sergeant Sanford at the Redlands Army Recruiting Office at (909) 810-6586 to schedule an appointment and discuss your career and educational opportunities.




Recharter Now


Begin or continue Re-charter here

Turn in your unit's COMPLETE charter renewal paperwork with a 2019 FOS presentation date by Monday, December 17 and you will receive $20 Scout Shop Credit
and a certificate for 1 free leader at a 2019 CIEC summer camp


December Online Registration Lock Out


If your unit utilizes the online registration tool, please make note that it will be locked for the month of December. This means that new applicants will NOT be able to submit an online application during the month of December. Instead, they will need to complete a paper application. New applicants who go to the Be A Scout site will receive a message indicating that they should contact the unit to apply.


If you have any questions, please contact cynthia.ruiz@scouting.org



2019 Winter Camp


Klondike Session 1 sign up

Klondike Session 2 sign up


Polar Camp Weekend 1 sign up

Polar Camp Weekend 2 sign up

Polar Camp Weekend 3 sign up

Polar Camp Weekend 4 sign up

Polar Camp Weekend 5 sign up


World Jamboree


  • The 24th World Scout Jamboree is set to be the most accessible World Scout Jamboree for US Scouts in history. Not only is it closer than past World Jamborees, the US Contingent is also making efforts to make it as affordable as possible for anyone.
  • Scholarships are available to cover up to 40% of the published Contingent Jamboree Fee.
  • Youth (ages 14-17), as well as Young Adult volunteers (18-26), are eligible to apply for scholarships.
  • Scholarship applications are due by January 31, 2019.
  • Phase II Applicants must have applied to join the Contingent after July 31, 2018
  • The Contingent Management Team hopes to announce scholarship recipients by March 10, 2019.
  • To access the scholarship application, see the button below.

Apply for a Scholarship


Winter NYLT


Winter NYLT 28th to January 2nd  Register for Winter NYLT

To attend, the Scout/Venture Scout must:

  • Be 13 years of age or have completed the 7th grade

  • Be a First Class Scout or Venture Scout

  • Have his/her Unit Leader recommendation

  • Complete ILST - Introduction to Leadership Skills (Troops, Teams). Previously known as Cedar Badge or Complete ILSC - Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (Venturing).

During the course scouts will learn how to use the following leadership skills:

  • Vision – Goals -Planning

  • SMART Goals

  • Problem Solving

  • SSC-Start Stop Continue

  • Stages of Team Development

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Making Ethical Decisions

  • Communication

  • Valuing People

  • Teaching Edge


2019 Wood Badge


Register here for 2019 Spring Wood Badge                Register here for 2019 Fall Wood Badge


2019 Council Recognition Dinner


Register for 2019 Council Recognition Dinner


District Dinners


Gray Arrow District Dinner  

Mount Rubidoux District Dinner

Temescal District Dinner

Tahquitz District Dinner


2019 Cahuilla Lodge Banquet


register for the 2019 Cahuilla Lodge Banquet



Cahuilla Lodge 2019 Dues


Cahuilla Lodge #127 2019 Membership Dues


Ontario Reign Scout Night



Mr William Woodward a great Arrowman and Scouter




Training Update



2019 Spin and Win


This past Friday we celebrated the Councils top 75 popcorn sellers at our annual Spin & Win event. There was pizza and lots of great prizes for Cub and Boy Scouts




Scouting Safely



Scout Shop



Cartoon Corner



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