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July 9, 2018

 

Camp Wiley

 

Meet Nora from Pack 602. She is enjoying her first time at Camp Wiley!

 

 

Popcorn Time!!!

 

Don't forget to register your Unit for the 2018 Popcorn Sale!
REGISTER NOW

Registration indicates your unit plans to sell for the upcoming popcorn sale.

Please register even if you have sold in previous years.

                        Trail's End Popcorn Sale

 Sales Forms & Resources  

Popcorn Leaders Guide 2018

Popcorn Unit Program Planner

Popcorn Scholarship Form

10 Steps to a Successful Kick-Off

2018 Stater Brothers approval letter

Trails-end.com

 

Advenutre Weekend

 

Register here for 2018 Adventure Weekend!

Adventure Weekend Staff Registration

Download Adventure Weekend Flyer

 

CIEC 10th Annual Golf Classic

 

We serve over 15,960 youth and families of Riverside and San Bernardino counties with the help of over 7,405 dedicated and caring adult volunteers.

Your participation and sponsorship in our Golf Classic helps us to accomplish our mission.

Our mission is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.

Register Here For The 10th Annual Golf Classic

 

NYLT

 

 National Youth Leadership Training

 

Course Dates:  June 11th to June 16th              Week 1 date has passed, see yo next year!

                         July 31st to  August 5th             Register for Week 2

                         December 28th to January 2nd  Register for Week 3 Winter 2018

 

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

 

Fall Wood Badge

 

Register for 2018 Wood Badge Fall

Only 11 spots left. Register soon, because every Scout deserves a fully trained leader.

 

           

 

Fall Recruiting Kick Off

 

Four Dates and Places to choose from!

Fall Recruiting Kick Off Corona 8/4/2018

Fall Recruiting Kick Off Palm Springs 8/4/2018

Fall Recruiting Kick Off Redlands 8/6/82018

Fall Recruiting Kick off Redlands 8/11/2018

 

          

 

CIEC Properties for Sale

 

California Inland Empire Council-BSA

San Bernardino County Surplus Property for Sale 

No reasonable offers rejected

Cedar Glen-Lake Arrowhead area property: two lots acquired in November 2000, approximately one mile east of Lake Arrowhead, between Juniper Drive and Coulter Drive. 

Lot ‘06’ spans the area between both roads; lot ‘07’ has access from Juniper Drive only (Lot # references Parcel Number).

Parcel Number                  Lot size                 2015 Assessed Value      Asking Price

0330-145-06-0-000         3,362 sq ft           $2,864                                   $2,500 or best offer

0330-145-07-0-000         2,891 sq ft           $2,864                                   $2,500 or best offer

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Big+Bear+Lake,+CA/@34.2597179,-117.1512964,400m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x80c4b38902708765:0xf46d45765fbb53bf!6m1!1e1

Water line with Hydrants is in Coulter Drive.

 

Additional Information available from the San Bernardino County Assessor website at: http://www.sbcounty.gov/assessor/pims/(S(qtop3r3thrp1sahjbz2xtapl))/PIMSINTERFACE.ASPX

 

Lake Arrowhead Arial View and Parcel Map

 

 

  

 

 

Where to Camp

 

Diamond Valley Lake                    

2615 Angler Avenue, Hemet, CA 92545

Phone: (951) 926-7201

http://www.dvlake.com

 

Diamond Valley Reservoir is located in Riverside County near the city of Hemet, CA.

Take the I-215 to California Highway 74 exit East to Hemet. The highway name will change to Florida Avenue and turn right (South) on Sanderson Ave. Turn left (East) on Domenigoni Parkway and take it to Searl Parkway and turn right (South) to the East Marina. You can also take the I-215 to Winchester Rd East and look for the signs.

Diamond Valley Reservoir consist of over 4,500 surface acres and rests at an elevation of 1,756 feet. The lake is 4.5 miles long by 2 miles wide. It is managed by the Metropolitan Water District. The dams were constructed from 1995-2003 to provide additional water storage for the

Southern California area. The lake is open year-round from sunrise to sunset. Entrance fee is

$7 per vehicle. No pets allowed. Body contact with the water is not allowed. For more information contact (800) 590-LAKE

Launching is currently available at the East Marina only. Launch Fee is $6. Only boats with four- stroke engines or 2001 and later model direct-injection two strokes that comply with CARB

emission requirements are allowed. Refueling is prohibited except in designated areas. Sail, electric and man-powered boats are permitted. Float tubes and kayaks are not allowed. Rental boats are available at the marina.

"All boats-power boats, fishing boats, sailboats, rowboats, kayaks, canoes and certain types of catamarans-and respective engines must pass inspection and be registered to be allowed on the lake."

Fishing Info:

The lake has been stocked with large and smallmouth bass, bluegill, red-eared sunfish, blue and channel catfish and rainbow trout. There are also a few striped bass and crappie which entered through the aqueduct. Fishing permits are $3 per person.

Tent camping for groups/individuals is also available year round. Prices depend on the size of your group.

 

 

Scouting Safely

 

 

Cartoon Corner

 

 

Thoughts from the Council:

 

 

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