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Local girl celebrates centennial of Girl Scout Gold Award at state capitol
News     29 Jun 2016 | 9:31 am
Girl Scouts from all over the state – including Fountain Valley’s Heather Carr – gathered at the state capitol in Sacramento June 22-23 for an empowering celebration of the organization’s highest award, the Girl Scout Gold Award. Carr, of Troop ......


Celebrating Boy Scouts of America
News     29 Jun 2016 | 8:21 am
This month marked the 100th anniversary of when President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation adopted by Congress to officially charter the Boy Scouts of America. While 1916 marks the official charter of the organization, the idea of scouting started years ......


Celebrating Boy Scouts of America
News     29 Jun 2016 | 8:21 am
This month marked the 100th anniversary of when President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation adopted by Congress to officially charter the Boy Scouts of America. While 1916 marks the official charter of the organization, the idea of scouting started years ......


Cub Scouts held Day Camp at City Park
News     29 Jun 2016 | 7:59 am
The Walton Trail Lafayette Cub Scout Day Camp would like to thank all of our volunteers, sponsors, and donors that helped make last week’s Day Camp a Great Success. We would like to Thank the following: Each and every Volunteer Leaders, Assistants and ......


Cub Scouts held Day Camp at City Park
News     29 Jun 2016 | 7:59 am
The Walton Trail Lafayette Cub Scout Day Camp would like to thank all of our volunteers, sponsors, and donors that helped make last week’s Day Camp a Great Success. We would like to Thank the following: Each and every Volunteer Leaders, Assistants and ......


Check Out Scoutbook’s New Council Messaging Feature!
Blog     29 Jun 2016 | 7:16 am
On June 22, Scoutbook released the first of three currently planned features to support councils and Scoutbook units: the ability for councils to send messages to units that use Scoutbook. The messaging feature is immediately available on your council admin dashboard for those councils who chose to sign up. Shawn Jackson, the creator of Scoutbook has put together the following short video demonstration on the function of this feature: Coming Soon Scoutbook will continue to expand council features in the coming weeks. The next two features coming include the ability to upload council/district approved merit badge counselor lists and the sharing council/district calendars (if...


The Melrose Disc Golf Course
Blog     29 Jun 2016 | 7:00 am
A year and a half ago I wrote a couple of articles about how the Melrose Boy Scout Troop had inspired the Melrose city officials to think about having a nine basket disc golf course installed in the main city park. A quickly planned but simple service project activity during the city’s 2014 Night To Unite evening started the ball rolling on something I would have liked to have seen in town two decades earlier. You can read these posts Here and Here. It recently occurred to me that I did not write any follow up articles to let you all know how...


Moments That Change How We See Our Parents
News     29 Jun 2016 | 6:46 am
After my siblings left, Dad and I were cleaning up when he brought up the pinewood derby race we'd entered when I was in third grade. I hadn't thought of that day in years, but as soon as he mentioned the little car I'd made out of wood, I remembered....


See How This Teen Discovered Her Calling In the Medical Field
Blog     29 Jun 2016 | 6:39 am
Kameron Rymer always had a desire to help others, but through a unique learning program, she discovered she could turn her giving spirit into a lifelong passion. Kameron is a determined young Explorer, currently developing her talents in the medical field through the Memorial Hermann Katy Medical Explorers Post. Through Exploring, she’s able to cultivate her skills and gain firsthand experience by learning directly from medical professionals. BSA’s Exploring program gives youth like Kameron the guidance needed to succeed on the path toward discovering their future. The Explorer shares, “Originally, I thought I wanted to be a veterinarian, but over time, I learned...


Boy Scouts drove how far to get to Ontario to learn about cars?
News     29 Jun 2016 | 6:27 am
ONTARIO >> More than 100 Boy Scouts from throughout Southern California — from San Diego to Thousand Oaks with a some from Fresno for good measure — traveled to Crown Lexus Sunday to get their automotive merit badge. Master technicians Scott Truong ......



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