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Merit Badge Pow Wow - Saturday, Dec.. 10 - LDS A St. Bldg - 8:30 am

The Council Advancement committee is sponsoring this event to give scouts an opportunity to choose from three (3) Eagle Required Merit Badges - Citizenship in the World, Communication, Emergency Preparedness. Bring signed blue card & merit badge worksheets. Only one merit badge may be taken.

Scoutmaster - Position Specific Training - Saturday, Dec. 10 - LDS Church - 316 A St. - 8:00 am Recently Added Content

Council Training Policy - all registered leaders must have completed the Leader Specific Training course(s). If you are serving as a Scoutmaster or Assistant Scoutmaster this is the indoor portion of your required training. Take advantage of this opportunity to get this piece done.

Merit Badge Counselor Training - Saturday, Dec. 10 - LDS Church - 316 A St. - 9:00 am or 10:30 am Recently Added Content

All Merit Badge Counselors must have completed this training to reregister for 2017. A Merit Badge Counselor Is ... As a merit badge counselor, your mission is to join fun with learning. You are both a teacher and mentor as the Scout works on a merit badge and learns by doing.

Scout Night at Bakersfield Condors - Saturday, Dec. 10 - 6:00 pm - Rabobank Arena

All Boy Scout and Cub Scout members and their families are invited to join the Condors as they take on the Stockton Heat for their Pearl Harbor Anniversary Jersey Night! BONUS: Everyone sitting in the lower level will receive a new CONDORS HAT!

NYLT - National Youth Leadership Training - Accepting Registrations

National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action-packed program designed to provide youth members with leadership skills and experiences they can use in their home unit and in other situations demanding leadership. This outdoor experience is set up to represent a month in the life of a typical scout unit. Scouts will develop an understanding of group formation and development.


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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. Read more about it hereExternal Link

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