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September 10, 2018

 

Adventure Weekend

 

Adventure Weekend Leaders Guides

2018 Adventure Weekend Leaders Guide Download

2018 Adventure Weekend forms download

There is Still time to register for Adventure Weekend September 27th to 29th

Register for Adventure Weekend 2018

 

 

 

Order of the Arrow Events

 

W4S Conclave

 

October 5-7, 2018

Order of the Arrow W4S Conclave at Schoepe Scout Reservation at Lost Valley.

Online registration will close on October 1, 2018. After that registration is at the event.

Everyone needs to bring a BSA medical form part A&B.

 

Online Registration

Registration Tutorial

Golden Arrow Conclave Sign up 

 

Camp Emerson 2019

 

Camp Emerson 2019 - Week 1

Camp Emerson 2019 - Week 2

Camp Emerson 2019 - Week 3

Camp Emerson 2019 - Week 4

 

Camp Wiley 2019

 

Camp Wiley 2019 - Session 1

Camp Wiley 2019 - Session 2

Camp Wiley 2019 - Session 3

Camp Wiley 2019 - Session 4

 

 

Webelos Woods

 

                Mt. Rubidoux Webelos Woods October 5th - 7th

                 Tahquitz Webelos Woods October 12th - 14th

 

Eerie Emerson

 

Eerie Emerson Staff Needed

Eerie Emerson 2018 Staff Application

Sign up for Eerie Emerson

Eerie Emerson Weekend Oct 20th - 21st

Eerie Emerson Weekend Oct 27th - 28th

 

World Scout Jamboree

 

Venturers, Scouts and Scouters in the CIEC - Please share this opportunity with your units and friends.

Applications are still open for Scouts, Venturers, and Sea Scouts in the United States!

But they won’t be open forever. Units are being formed now. For more information, and to apply, go to

 

         Link to World Scout Jamboree USA

 

Youth Protection Training

 

Who must complete the updated Youth Protection course?

All registered Scouters (volunteers and professionals).

The updated course debuted in February 2018; if you took Youth Protection training prior to that, you’ll need to complete the updated training  by Oct. 1, 2018.

How do I take the updated Youth Protection course?

Log on to my.scouting.org to complete updated Youth Protection Training prior to Oct. 1, 2018

 

Upcoming Training

 

September

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

Continued Improvements at Boseker Scout Reservation

 

Camp’s lower parking lot has been expanded to accommodate the increased number of people using camp!  Thanks to the “Wednesday Crew”:

Alan Larson, Bob Swartzel, Ed Morgan, Jim Davis, Stan Shatford, Gary DeFraene, and Ranger Jimmie Hyland for making this happen,

and to Sebago Technics of South Portland Maine for creating the drawings.

 

 

New Cub Scout Pack for Riverside School for the Deaf

 

Let’s welcome our newest Cub Scout Pack - Pack 234 chartered by Riverside Sunrise Rotary. Pack 234 meets at California School for the Deaf, Riverside.

Check them out at https://www.riversidepack234.org/

 

 

9-11 Flag Retirement Ceremony

 

 

Paddle Craft Safety

 

 

What do Scouts do JOTA-JOTI

 

 

Jamboree on the Air – Jamboree on the Internet (JOTA-JOTI) is a fun and exciting annual experience for all young people in Scouting using the widest range of technology communication channels to educate, promote cultural awareness, develop tolerance, as well as enhance sharing, collaboration and teamwork, along with building a sense of belonging to the worldwide Scout Movement. It is a “travel-free” Jamboree that takes place wherever you are in the world.
Jamboree on the Air – Jamboree on the Internet promotes a Scout’s sense of belonging to the worldwide Scout Movement and builds cultural awareness, develops tolerance, advocates sharing and collaboration as well as demonstrates teamwork.

It provides exciting opportunities for young people to explore technology and to develop technical skills including fostering innovation and creativity through communicating with other Scouts. A wide range of activities using communication technology are the chief methods of attaining these goals.

JOTA-JOTI strives for a meaningful engagement of as many young people from as many parts of the world as possible annually on the third weekend in October. This weekend is also an occasion to celebrate Scouting and to generate positive energy to support the development of the Scout Movement.

The event seeks to promote quality Scouting in a manner faithful to the purpose, principles and method of Scouting and consistent with the needs and aspirations of young people in today’s world.

The JOTA-JOTI programme shall be a reflection of the Promise, Law, Principles and Method of Scouting, as defined by the WOSM Constitution, and shall also reflect the most up-to-date policies and initiatives of WOSM relating to youth programme for all ages.

Located at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church3774 Jackson St, Riverside, CA 92503 check it out on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/events/2184707251767017/

 

 

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Cartoon Corner

 

 

Thoughts from the Council:

 

 

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