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Sep
2
Wed
2015
Show-N-Sell & Show-N-Deliver Orders due
Sep 2 all-day

Orders are due online at www.trails-end.com/TESales/.

Sep
10
Thu
2015
Popcorn Sale – Action Plan due
Sep 10 all-day

Popcorn Action Plan is due to your District Popcorn Kernel at your District’s Roundtable or you may email it to tracya@ocbsa.org.

Sep
11
Fri
2015
OCBSA Wood Badge Fall 2015: Weekend One @ The Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center
Sep 11 @ 7:30 am – Sep 13 @ 5:00 pm

Wood Badge is the ultimate leadership training experience designed to meet the leadership needs for Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity, and Venturing Leaders as well as district and council leaders. This course is a multifaceted interactive presentation of leadership concepts not only relevant to our values-based Scouting movement, but also widely employed by corporate America and leading government organizations.

The practical portion will be conducted in a pair of three-day, two weekend sessions. Full participation in both weekends is required. Between these two weekends, you will be required to participate in patrol meetings, with the location and time to be determined by each patrol. Upon completion of the practical course, your work continues on an individual basis as you “work your ticket,” a written contract with yourself that must be completed within 18 months in order to earn your Wood Badge Beads.

Registration form: WB Trifold 2015 (corx)

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST ATTEND ALL 6 DAYS OF COURSE IN THEIR ENTIRETY (9/11 – 9/13 and 9/26 – 9/28).

Please contact Fall 2015 Course Director Colt Rhoads with questions and concerns: 714-325-1333 bigguy1134@gmail.com

Also, visit the OCBSA Wood Badge page: http://woodbadge.ocbsa.org.

Wolfs & Bears Partner & Pal @ Oso Lake
Sep 11 @ 5:00 pm – Sep 13 @ 12:00 pm
Sep
12
Sat
2015
BSA Climbing Instructor Training @ Council Service Center
Sep 12 @ 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) @ Irvine Park
Sep 12 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) A day of fun and learning that prepares registered pack adults to plan and carry out outdoor experiences. Per BSA requirements, one BALOO-trained adult is required for any pack family camping event. No exceptions!

 BALOO sessions include the why and how of Cub Scout camping — planning, equipment, meal preparation, and campfire programs. Included in this course is a round-robin session covering: fire safety, stoves, and lanterns; first aid and sanitation; nature hikes and games; and cooking.

This course is open to any registered Scouter from any district and any council

Additional course requirements and registration details: BALOO Trng flier Sep 12 2015 

Chartered Organization Representative Training @ William Lyon Home Center for Scouting
Sep 12 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

TRAING COURSE INCLUDES:
-Job Description – Coaching – COR Patch
-Support Materials – Idea Exchange with Other COR’s – Q & A
-Online Registration: www.ocbsa.kintera.org/cortraining

Sep
15
Tue
2015
Scoutmaster & Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training (LST) @ Our Redeemer Church
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The Scoutmaster & Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training (LST) course addresses the needs of adults who have recently accepted the responsibility of delivering the Scouting program to youth in a Boy Scout troop. This course is part of a new Scoutmaster or assistant Scoutmaster’s introduction to the Boy Scouts of America and to the responsibilities, opportunities, and resources that will ensure a successful troop leadership experience.

LST is conducted in a “classroom lecture” format, is open to all registered adults, and any Scouter may attend from any district and any council.

This specific course will be conducted over three Tuesday evenings, and participation in all three meetings is required to be recorded as having completed the course.

Additional course details and registration requirements: SM ASM Leader Specific Flyer Application Sept 2015

Sep
19
Sat
2015
Popcorn Sale – Show-N-Sell and Show-N-Deliver Distribution Day @ Freeman's Decorating
Sep 19 @ 7:30 am – 12:30 pm

Please email or call your District Popcorn Chairperson to schedule an appointment to pick up your unit’s popcorn order. *Type in address above into your GPS, DO NOT search Freeman’s as it will take you to another part of the building.
Pickup Guidelines
• Bring enough vehicles to carry entire order in one trip.
• Bring order documents and verify your order as it’s loaded.
• Bring someone to help you count your order as it’s loaded.

Vehicle Guidelines
• Mid-size car 20 cases
• Jeep 40 cases
• Mini-Van 60 cases
• SUV 70 cases
• Full Size Truck 90 cases

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) @ Church of the Latter Day Saints
Sep 19 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) A day of fun and learning that prepares registered pack adults to plan and carry out outdoor experiences. Per BSA requirements, one BALOO-trained adult is required for any pack family camping event. No exceptions!

 BALOO sessions include the why and how of Cub Scout camping — planning, equipment, meal preparation, and campfire programs. Included in this course is a round-robin session covering: fire safety, stoves, and lanterns; first aid and sanitation; nature hikes and games; and cooking.

This course is open to any registered Scouter from any district and any council

Additional course requirements and registration details: to be posted soon!

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) @ Church of the Latter Day Saints, Social Hall
Sep 19 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) A day of fun and learning that prepares registered pack adults to plan and carry out outdoor experiences. Per BSA requirements, one BALOO-trained adult is required for any pack family camping event. No exceptions!

 BALOO sessions include the why and how of Cub Scout camping — planning, equipment, meal preparation, and campfire programs. Included in this course is a round-robin session covering: fire safety, stoves, and lanterns; first aid and sanitation; nature hikes and games; and cooking.

This course is open to any registered Scouter from any district and any council

Additional course requirements and registration details: RSJ-BALOO-2015-09  .