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June 18th, 2018

We apologize for the inconvenience, but due to a server malfunction and technical difficulties there will not be a Monday Memo for the week of June 25th. The Monday Memo will be back next week Monday July 2nd. Thank you for your understanding 

Please enjoy 1 more week of the June 18th Monday Memo

 

 

Summer Camp

 

Summer Camp Season is upon us!

Download 2018 Camp Emerson Leaders Guide

Download 2018 Camp Wiley Leaders Guide

 

HAdventure Weekend

 

Register here for 2018 Adventure Weekend!

Adventure Weekend Staff Registration

Download Adventure Weekend Flyer

 

New

Scout Me In!

 

For information about Cub Scouts

 

New

10th Annual Golf Classic

 

Save the Date!!!! CIEC 10th Annual Golf Classic

Online Registration coming soon. Questions contact Soul Ruiz at 909-793-2463

 

New

Inputting Service Hours

 

 

New

Concert for Heroes

 

 

New

Updated look for Jack Dembo Scout Center

 

Check out the new landscaping for Jack Dembo Scout Center in Redlands

Thank you Mt Rubidoux Troop 2 for volunteering to help us with this project

  

    

 

New

Pack 1230 Bridging

 

June 8th-10, Pack 1230 celebrated it’s 2nd annual Family Camp at Bosker Scout Reservation with more than 150 members in attendance!! 53 Scouts bridged to their next rank for the 2018-19 Scouting Year. The weekend was spent having fun and cutting loose up at the Fort and at the Lake!! With the help of Life Guard and Super Scouter Sara Franklin, they went Canoeing, played pirate themed games, went on a treasure hunt; all before bridging at Bear Trap Bowl!!!  Also a first for the Pack was having assistance from Scouts with Troop 2, 116, and 214 from Chino, who freed up Adult Leaders to spend more time with their families and all the Fun!! Thank you to  Atticus, Anthony, Jesus, Matthew, and Ryan!!! Your help made a huge difference, and really allowed the Cubs to see Scouts in action!!

Your unit can enjoy BSR too!! Check with Council to reserve your weekend!!

   

 

New

Camp Emerson 100th " Training at Camp Emerson"

 

 
Camp Emerson has been home to leadership training for decades (camps Helendade and Hunt occasionally  hosted Wood Badge and Buckskin in the 1970s and early 80s). Emerson also was the home for innovation in the training of youths. Buckskin II, which debuted in 1987 and created by Bob Swartzel, then CIEC training chair, was based on the BSA’s Troop Leader Training (TLT) program. The course expanded on TLT’s 11 leadership skills. It was aimed at older Scouts who completed Buckskin TLT. Buckskin II also included BSA’s new COPE program. All of this was wrapped in the theme of mountain man. That meant blacksmithing, black powder shooting (a mountain man re-enacter taught Scouts how to cast lead bullets!) and skinning rabbit pelts. Seven Scouts participated in Buckskin II, which was conducted the same week as Buckskin but held at the lake. Experienced Buckskin staffers under Swartzel's leadership ran the course. The following year, 1988,  saw an upgraded version of Buckskin II, this time helmed by Mark Terry, a future Wood Badge Scoutmaster. A focus on  staff leadership (preparation for future Buckskin staffers!) and more hands-on leader training became foundations of the course, again held at the lake. A dozen Scouts attended the course. Staff wore bright yellow t-shirts and sported white helmets. Scouts made capotes (a first!). A zip line was strung over the lake (two mattresses tied around a tree provided a soft landing). Scouts also chopped down a tree! Rappelling  became an activity, too. And the mountain man theme was more developed. So what happened to Buckskin II? In 1989, it became Foxfire (Mark's brother, Mike, became the first course director or clan chieftain).The Foxfire legacy continues in CIEC: The 2018 course runs at Camp Emerson June 16 to June 23. No other council has a similar youth leadership training course. This was years before National Advanced Youth Leadership Training (NAYLE). And Camp Emerson had it first!
 
by Robert Quezada
 

 

New

Leave No Trace

 

As you explore the outdoors this summer please remember Leave No Trace

 

 

Scouting Safely

 

 

New

Scout Shop now hiring

 

The Boy Scouts of America is now hiring part time sales associates at the California Inland Empire Scout Shop. This is an outstanding opportunity for a motivated, enthusiastic, Sales Associate in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment.
 
Job Overview: 
Contribute to the successful daily operation of the CA Inland Empire Scout Shop by delivering an exceptional customer experience, make sales to customers, keep accurate and on-time timekeeping records, receive orders, process sewing service orders, stock shelves, and maintain a clean, customer friendly environment.
The individual in this position will:
  • Provide exceptional customer service in the store and on the phone.
  • Process customer orders through the POS system.
  • Process sewing service orders by sewing them.
  • Maintain a clean, neat, stocked, properly priced, and organized store.
  • Open and close the store as directed by management using the prescribed policies and procedures.
  • Safeguards BSA monies and merchandise.
 
Qualifications/ Experience:  
  • Retail sales experience preferred
  • Knowledge of Scouting Program helpful
  • Good communication skills
 
Perks of job:
  • Flexible work schedule 
  • Great Store Hours:
Monday – Friday 9:00 am - 5:30 pm          
Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Closed on Sunday 
  • Closed most holidays
  • Employee discount
  • Opportunity for advancement 
  • Store Manager training program
  • Fun, friendly work environment 
 
Salary: $11.00/Hr – $13.50/Hr 
 
Applicants should apply with a resume and cover letter.
 
Kalen Matson  | Store Manager 
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Southern California Territory
P: 949.639.0320

 

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