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Welcome to the Southern Sierra Council, BSA

We are pleased to present our resource website, launched in August 2012, to better serve the youth, families, donors, volunteers and community partners of Kern, Inyo and Mono Counties. We are working diligently to provide you with the best user experience possible, and as always we are available at the Council Service Center to assist you!



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Journey to Excellence Patch Order form - Due with Recharter and JTE Form Recently Added Content

Recharters for 2015 should be wrapping up and turned in to your District/Unit Commissioner. Be sure to include your completed Journey to Excellence form and, if your unit qualified in one of the award categories, attach your JTE Patch Order form. Patch Order form can be found by selecting "Commissioner Service" on the left sidebar then under the "Journey to Excellence" category.

SSC 21st Annual Pushmobile Race - December 6 - Olive Drive Church

Cub Scout Packs - pull out your cars, dust them off and start practicing! If you need to build a car, the 2014 Car Specifications are now available. Online registration is now open and paper registration forms are attached to this website.

Merit Badge Pow Wow and Trail to First Class - December 6 - LDS A St. Bldg - 8:30 am Recently Added Content

The Council Advancement committee is sponsoring this event to give scouts an opportunity to choose from three (3) Eagle Required merit badges or Trail to First Class that will focus on selected requirements from Tenderfoot, Second Class & First Class Ranks.

Social Media Guidelines for the Boy Scouts of AmericaExternal Link

Did you know your unit has a homepage built into the council website? Call to find out how to get started on yours. Whether you're using our site, an independent host, or even Facebook and Twitter, the Boy Scouts of America offers advisory guidelines to those who publish Scouting-related information on the web. These guidelines are established to help avoid several common mistakes. Please click on the link above to review these guidelines.


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