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Camporall Is Coming Up! - April 28 - 30 - Camp Three Falls

Camporall is just around the corner, make sure you get all of the new information today! For details - see the Camporall Guidebook available under "Details" and then select the tab for "Resources".

2nd Annual Give Big Kern - Tuesday, May 2

Annual county wide giving day, aimed at giving visibility and support to non-profits across Kern County!

Merit Badge Pow Wow - Saturday, May 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 "Trail to First Class" or two (2) Eagle Required Merit Badges - Camping & Cooking. Bring signed blue card & merit badge worksheets. Participation is limited to only one merit badge may be taken or "Trail to First Class".

LIONS ROAR!!!! - Saturday, May 6 - 10:00 am to 12:30 pm - Westside Church of Christ

Mark your calendar for the first ever LIONS ROAR!! Ceremonies, Activities, Lunch & More!

Trailblazer District Dinner - Saturday, May 6 - Tehachapi LDS Church - 6:00 pm

Come Celebrate the Accomplishments of our units and their leaders including District Award of Merit, Adult Leadership and Unit Awards. See flyer for additional info and contacts. DON'T MISS THE FUN OF SPACE AND BEYOND!

Cub Scout Day Camp -Save Time! - Register Online! Save Money! - Register Early!

Hello and welcome to Southern Sierra Council Cub Scout Road Trip, plans start at Ridgecrest, Freedom, St. John's, St. Francis, and Tehachapi for a stellar summer road trip! Don't miss the highlight of the year! Throughout the council, Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos and Arrow of Lights will participate in fun and exciting activities like Camp-wide Games, Archery, Crafts, and Sports.

Flag Retirement Ceremony - Tuesday, June 14 - 5:00 pm - Tehachapi

All Packs, Troops, Teams, Crews & Posts are invited to join the Tehachapi Scout units for a patriotic Flag Day flag retirement for hundreds of flags that have served our nation.


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