100 Years of Scouting Proclamation | Midvale
Aug
14
7:00 PM19:00

100 Years of Scouting Proclamation | Midvale

We are celebrating 100 years of Scouting in the Great Salt Lake Council & so are many cities & municipalities throughout our council.

Join us at Midvale City Hall as a proclamation celebrating these past 100 years of our council is shared with the constituents of Midvale City.


What To Wear

Please come dressed in your Class A uniform if possible.

Boy Scouts

  • Tan button up shirt
  • Green pants
  • Neckerchief
  • Merit badge sash

Cub Scouts

  • Blue button up shirt
  • Blue pants
  • Neckerchief

Venturers

  • Green button up shirt
  • Grey pants

Questions?

Need an answer to a question? Reach out to Samuel Ahlstrom by clicking the button below.

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100 Years of Scouting Proclamation | Grantsville
Aug
15
7:00 PM19:00

100 Years of Scouting Proclamation | Grantsville

We are celebrating 100 years of Scouting in the Great Salt Lake Council & so are many cities & municipalities throughout our council.

Join us at Grantsville City Hall as a proclamation celebrating these past 100 years of our council is shared with the constituents of Grantsville City.


What To Wear

Please come dressed in your Class A uniform if possible.

Boy Scouts

  • Tan button up shirt
  • Green pants
  • Neckerchief
  • Merit badge sash

Cub Scouts

  • Blue button up shirt
  • Blue pants
  • Neckerchief

Venturers

  • Green button up shirt
  • Grey pants

Questions?

Need an answer to a question? Reach out to Samuel Ahlstrom by clicking the button below.

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STEM Camp-O-Ree | Learning For Life
Aug
17
9:15 AM09:15

STEM Camp-O-Ree | Learning For Life

Overview

Come join Learning for Life and the STEM Ambassadors Club for a day full of STEM learning adventures at Camp Tracy Training Center in Millcreek Canyon on:

August 17-2018 – ONLY $5* per person 3 and under FREE! – Anyone present at camp needs to be registered this includes adults.

Only 130 spaces available!

*No meals will be provided. Please come prepared with lunch.

Important Documents

Must be signed by parent/guardian of participant in order to climb.

All who attend (adults & youth) must fill out & have in hand this medical form.

Schedule

Check-in: 9:15 a.m.-9:50 a.m.

Welcome: 9:50 a.m.

Dismiss to Stations: 9:55 a.m.

Camp Starts: 10:00 a.m.

Tara – Biomedical Engineering

Learn about STEM cells and how to extract your own DNA using Gatorade.

 

Dave – Microbiology

Learn about how plants grow in salt water and the difference in their DNA using

microscopes and other testing items.

 

Julia – DNA and Cancer

How do BASE pairing and gene regulators work. Create your own DNA sequence

Bracelet.

 

Kendal – Geology

Study and create your own watershed models and topographical maps.

Lunch: 12:15-12:45

BYOL - Bring Your Own Lunch

Family Free Time: 12:50-1:50

Archery 12:35-1:35

Archery class an additional $4.00 per person

Pigeons Can Read and Other Interesting Facts!

Learn about Inherited Characteristics and the many different breeds of pigeons through sorting genome games, head crest study, and a service learning project.

 

Goodies and drinks available at Trading Post for your convenience

Please park at GATE G.

 

Any youth under the age of 7 must bring their own life jacket to participate in the boat activity. 

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The Trainer's EDGE
Aug
18
8:00 AM08:00

The Trainer's EDGE

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Every boy deserves trained leaders....

                                   and every leader deserves capable trainers.

"The Trainer's EDGE" is advanced training for all adult leaders who want great training and presentation skills. This replaces "TRAIN the TRAINER" and the Trainer Development Conference.  This training is targeted for all Scouters who deliver training, including District and Council Training and Roundtable Staffs.

The purpose of "The Trainer's EDGE" is to develop the presentation skills of the trainer, with a focus on the participants.

It is required for all Wood Badge and NYLT staffs, and ON-BELAY, SILVER MOCCASIN, and KODIAK youth and adult staff members.  It is recommended for all camp staffs as well.
 
This action-packed day consists of learning about the following skills:
1. Why and How We Train Leaders
2. How Adults Learn
3. Communication
4. Characteristics of a Good Trainer
5. Planning
6. Arrangements
7. Training Technology
        A. Computers in Training
        B. Flip charts & Posters
        C. White boards and Chalkboards
8. Training Methods

A certificate for completing The Trainer's EDGE is a requirement for being a member of advanced training teams in the council including Wood Badge courses.

Participants are encouraged to be in uniform and bring their own pen or pencil. Handouts and program materials will be provided.

Lunch will not be provided. Participants can either bring a lunch or dine nearby.

2018 Dates and Locations

May 19, 2018: Registration at 8:00AM, training from 8:30AM - 3PM Location: To be determined

August 18, 2018: Registration at 8:00AM, training from 8:30AM - 3PM Location: To be determined

October 20, 2018: Registration at 8:00AM, training from 8:30AM - 3PM  Location: To be determined 

REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY OPEN!

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Townhall | Tooele
Aug
21
7:00 PM19:00

Townhall | Tooele

Many Scouts & Scouters have questions regarding the future of the Great Salt Lake Council as well as the Boy Scouts of America. We wish to alleviate these concerns as well as share the great plans we have in store for the future.

Please join us at this townhall as we discuss these very things.

Not able to make it? Not to worry! We have several other townhalls occurring throughout the council. Just click one of the events listed below to find out other times & locations.

In the meantime, please visit www.allinscouting.com for a general overview of the future of the Boy Scouts of America.


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Interfaith Hike
Sep
1
8:45 AM08:45

Interfaith Hike

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Overview

The Great Salt Lake Council is hosting an Interfaith Hike in Downtown Salt Lake City that will introduce participants to a variety of faiths and houses of worship. We will start at the Cathedral of the Madeline and hike as a single group to 5 different locations where we will be greeted by a presenter who will discuss the religion, the house of worship, and aspects of the Scout Law. The presenter will conclude with a question and answer period. Participants will gain a better understanding of the religions of fellow Scouts and members of our community and acquire a greater acceptance for diverse religious beliefs in our community.

Details

This event is open to all Scouting youth: Cubs, Scouts, Venturers, their families, their leaders, and the community. It is strongly recommended that families who bring small children bring a stroller or wagon to transport them.

The hike will be approximately 3 miles. Registration will be limited to 250 participants. All participants must register and pay their fee prior to the registration deadline (August 28, 2018).

Participants need to bring and carry their own sack lunch and water.

The event is a "rain-or-shine event". A Scout is prepared! A day pack is recommended for each person to carry personal items, snacks, water, lunch, trash, personal first aid items, rain gear, or jacket as necessary. Please wear appropriate shoes for walking.

Price

Infant/Toddler     FREE

Youth (5-17)         $5.00

Adult (18+)           $5.00

 

Registration also includes event patch, a snack, & materials.


Contacts

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Townhall | Farmington
Sep
4
6:30 PM18:30

Townhall | Farmington

Many Scouts & Scouters have questions regarding the future of the Great Salt Lake Council as well as the Boy Scouts of America. We wish to alleviate these concerns as well as share the great plans we have in store for the future.

Please join us at this townhall as we discuss these very things.

Not able to make it? Not to worry! We have several other townhalls occurring throughout the council. Just click one of the events listed below to find out other times & locations.

In the meantime, please visit www.allinscouting.com for a general overview of the future of the Boy Scouts of America.


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Townhall | Bountiful
Sep
5
6:30 PM18:30

Townhall | Bountiful

Many Scouts & Scouters have questions regarding the future of the Great Salt Lake Council as well as the Boy Scouts of America. We wish to alleviate these concerns as well as share the great plans we have in store for the future.

Please join us at this townhall as we discuss these very things.

Not able to make it? Not to worry! We have several other townhalls occurring throughout the council. Just click one of the events listed below to find out other times & locations.

In the meantime, please visit www.allinscouting.com for a general overview of the future of the Boy Scouts of America.


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100 Years of Scouting Proclamation | Taylorsville
Sep
5
6:30 PM18:30

100 Years of Scouting Proclamation | Taylorsville

We are celebrating 100 years of Scouting in the Great Salt Lake Council & so are many cities & municipalities throughout our council.

Join us at Taylorsville City Hall as a proclamation celebrating these past 100 years of our council is shared with the constituents of Taylorsville City.


What To Wear

Please come dressed in your Class A uniform if possible.

Boy Scouts

  • Tan button up shirt
  • Green pants
  • Neckerchief
  • Merit badge sash

Cub Scouts

  • Blue button up shirt
  • Blue pants
  • Neckerchief

Venturers

  • Green button up shirt
  • Grey pants

Questions?

Need an answer to a question? Reach out to Samuel Ahlstrom by clicking the button below.

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Sep
6
to Sep 8

Wood Badge | Course #5 Session #1

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The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

FEE INFORMATION

Regular:  $190  This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the desposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

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Sep
7
to Sep 8

Cowboy Action Shoot

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2018 Cowboy Action Shoot
             (14 & Older Scout High Adventure)
   
"FLAMIN' GUNSMOKE at BIG SALTY"
   WHEN:   September 7 & 8, 2018
WHERE:  "Big Salty" - Lee Kay Center (WASR RANGE)
                 6100 West 2100 South
                 Salt Lake City, Utah
    COST: $15.00 per participant(Youth/Adult) before 8/27/2018
               $18.00 per participant (Youth/Adult) after 8/27/2018
               $4.50 Chuckwagon Breakfast  (optional-per participant)
               $3.50 per person PRESHOOT-Ammunition Charge.
                  (which covers cost of .22lr & 12ga shotgun for 2 stages of shooting)
 REFUND POLICY:

                 Receive 50% refund if cancellation is made before Sept 4.
                No Refunds after Sept 4 and No refunds for NO SHOWS.
   
ONLY 300 PARTICIPANTS (YOUTH & ADULTS) CAN ATTEND

                   (WAITING LIST WILL BE AVAILABLE)

 

General Information: 
For all Older Scouts - High Adventury Program (Youth 14 to 21 Years Old) and Leaders (Everyone Shoots)
The Cowboy Action Shoot (Older Scout - High Adventure Program ) Youth 14 to 21 Years Old, is the premier Great Salt Lake Council shooting sports event of the year, in which youth and adult participants shoot using the Single Action Shooters Society (SASS) model.
This event will give Older Scouts (ages 14-18) an opportunity to learn about firearms
and shoot in several timed events using .22 rifle and pistol, 12 gauge shotgun,
and explore the shooting skills of the early American Black powder rifles.
Your experience begins by entering your costume in the Traditional Cowboy Action favor.

Registration Information:
Online registration consists of registering both the youth and adults (minimum 2 adults) for the Most Exciting Action-Packed, Leather Slappin' Old West Adventure in the World.

PRE-SHOOT: The CAS Pre-shoot/Service Project session are available to allow participants shooting practice for the timed event stages of the CAS and will allow them to complete one hour of service at the different ranges. There are eight (8) available sessions to choose from. You may choose to participate in one (1) to all eight (8) sessions.

EVENT FEES INCLUDE: Event registration, Friday night western entertainment program, award recognition for best outfit and alias story, ammunition, use of firearms, and the best Venturing western shooting experience. There is an extra charge for pre-shoot and western style chuck-wagon breakfast. 

$4.50 Chuckwagon Breakfast (Optional) available and will be served on Saturday morning.     (Only available during online registration)
$3.50 per person (Youth/Adult) for the Pre-shoot.  (covers ammunition charge)

Dress up in a Cowboy outfit (optional) Costumes are required if you have them,
if not come in your venturing outfit. Awards will be given for best outfitted youth.


Camping Reservation Information

Cowboy Action Shoot at "Big Salty" - Lee Kay Center will be old fashioned tent sites.
     No reservations are necessary.  Camping grounds areas are available at the event.
     See leaders guide for fire restrictions.
     Campsites are available at the event-This is an outdoor event.
Bring your own wood for campfires.  Campfires are to be 18” off the ground.
This event requires that all adults be registered to participate in the event.
All registered participants youth and adult will be able to shoot.

Camping Reservation Information

Cowboy Action Shoot at "Big Salty" - Lee Kay Center will be old fashioned tent sites.
     No reservations are necessary.  Camping grounds areas are available at the event.
     See leaders guide for fire restrictions.
     Campsites are available at the event-This is an outdoor event.
Bring your own wood for campfires.  Campfires are to be 18” off the ground.

Permission Slips

The Great Salt Lake Council Venturing Activity requires that each parent of the youth participant sign the Permission slip in order to shoot in each activity. This three part permission form is required. Participants copy, Range officers copy, and Unit Leaders copy. These forms must be with shooter and on premises at all times. Please bring them with you because you will need parents signatures on all three forms. These slips are found in the leaders guide.


Training

To be in compliance with the Great Salt Lake Council Shooting Sport Standards
each youth must have  Basic training in Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun & Black Powder handling procedures and safety training before coming to the event.

The Cowboy Action Shoot Event will provide this training as part of the registration at no charge and is available at time of registration.

YOUTH  Must sign up for one (1) training session (unless they have their training done).  Youth will be accompanied to training session by an adult.
ADULTS do not need to sign up for the training however, they will need accompany the Youth to all training sessions and register to shoot at the event. There should be at least two adults with the unit and may participate in one (1) or all eight (8) PRE-SHOOTS.
Please choose from the list of 8 available (Youth) Training sessions

CLICK HERE ---> CAS TRAINING SESSIONS (Pdf format)

DON'T FORGET TO DESIGNATE YOUR CAS-BSA FIREARMS TRAINING SESSION DURING YOUR REGISTRATION PROCESS. 
EVERY YOUTH MUST ATTEND THE TRAINING and BE CERTIFIED.  CERTIFIED CARDS WILL BE ISSUED BY THE CAS-BSA INSTRUCTOR ONLY GIVEN AT THE CLASS.
CERTIFICATION  IS GOOD UNTIL YOUTH AGE OF 21.

Available training session are held at the following Locations:
(See available training times)

     Great Salt Lake Headquarters Auditorium (7:00pm-9:00pm)
         525 Foothill Blvd, Salt Lake City, Utah 84113 (801) 582-3663
     Dougs Shoot'n Sports Training Center (7:00pm-9:00pm)
         4926 South Redwood Road, Taylorsville, Utah 84123 (801) 966-1802
     Wasatch Action Shooting Range (North of Lee Kay Center)
         6100 West 2100 West, Salt Lake City, Utah


Pre-shoot/Service Project Information


This year we will be offering one (1) or all eight (8)  Pre-shoot and Service Project times that will allow all participants (youth and adult) to practice shooting at the range for the Cowboy Action Shoot Timed Event SASS Venues.
A $3.50 additional fee will be charged to cover the ammunition that will
be used (.22 rifle/pistol ammo and 12 gauge shotgun cartridges.)
            (This is part of the Registration Process).

CLICK HERE ---> CAS PRE-SHOOT SESSIONS (Pdf format)

YOUTH/ADULTS may sign up for one (1) or all eight (8) of the pre-shoots-service projects that are available.
 All participants must bring their own ear and eye protection to the event. 
Make sure if you attend a pre-shoot you must have your
TRAINING DONE  before you shoot and bring your training cards.

Remember all youth must have their Event training done on or before August 22, 2017. This is the last training session before the event.
Available Pre-shoot session dates & times are listed and are held this location:

Wasatch Action Shooting Range – Big Salty  (See available times)
        6100 West 2100 South
       Salt Lake City, Utah (Enter at Lee Kay Center – North of Ranges)


Event Documentation

Leaders Guide Information with permission slips:
Click Here ----> Complete Leaders Guide (12 pages pdf format)
Click Here ----> Event Shoot Book (22 pages pdf format) 
                              
Promotion Flyers
Click here ----> Cowboy Action Shoot Trifold Flyer - (pdf printable flyer)
Click Here ----> Cowboy Action Shoot Sign-up Flyer - (pdf printable flyer) 

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Townhall | Woods Cross
Sep
10
6:30 PM18:30

Townhall | Woods Cross

Many Scouts & Scouters have questions regarding the future of the Great Salt Lake Council as well as the Boy Scouts of America. We wish to alleviate these concerns as well as share the great plans we have in store for the future.

Please join us at this townhall as we discuss these very things.

Not able to make it? Not to worry! We have several other townhalls occurring throughout the council. Just click one of the events listed below to find out other times & locations.

In the meantime, please visit www.allinscouting.com for a general overview of the future of the Boy Scouts of America.


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Townhall | Bluffdale
Sep
10
7:00 PM19:00

Townhall | Bluffdale

Many Scouts & Scouters have questions regarding the future of the Great Salt Lake Council as well as the Boy Scouts of America. We wish to alleviate these concerns as well as share the great plans we have in store for the future.

Please join us at this townhall as we discuss these very things.

Not able to make it? Not to worry! We have several other townhalls occurring throughout the council. Just click one of the events listed below to find out other times & locations.

In the meantime, please visit www.allinscouting.com for a general overview of the future of the Boy Scouts of America.


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Sep
12
to Sep 15

Wood Badge | Course #5 Session #2

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The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

FEE INFORMATION

Regular:  $190  This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the desposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

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Townhall | West Bountiful
Sep
12
6:30 PM18:30

Townhall | West Bountiful

Many Scouts & Scouters have questions regarding the future of the Great Salt Lake Council as well as the Boy Scouts of America. We wish to alleviate these concerns as well as share the great plans we have in store for the future.

Please join us at this townhall as we discuss these very things.

Not able to make it? Not to worry! We have several other townhalls occurring throughout the council. Just click one of the events listed below to find out other times & locations.

In the meantime, please visit www.allinscouting.com for a general overview of the future of the Boy Scouts of America.


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2018 Centennial Jamboral | Century of Honor
Sep
14
to Sep 15

2018 Centennial Jamboral | Century of Honor

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100 Years of Excellence

It was in 1918 when the first Boy Scout Council was created in the Salt Lake Valley.
100 years later and the Great Salt Lake Council continues the Scouting tradition for over 60,000 young people.
Join us on September 14 & 15 at our Centennial Jamboral | Century of Honor.


Overview

Every 4 years, the Boy Scouts of America hold a National Jamboree where Scouts from all across the country come together to enjoy a Scouting experience like never before. At the Summit Bechtel Reserve, Scouts participate in high adventure activities, training, trade-o-rees, & build friendships to last a lifetime.

However, not every Scout gets a chance to attend a National Jamboree. So in the year following the event, we hold a Council Jamboral (a Jamboree for all). This year happens to also fall on the centennial of the Great Salt Lake Council so we are pulling out all the stops to make an incredible experience for who attend.

Activities

Experience Something New

Activities include:

  • 5k
  • 3-on-3 tournament
  • Fireworks display
  • Friday night concert
  • Scout games
  • Booths

And more to come! 

Special Activities for Cub Scouts

We will have Cub Scout Booths to pass off several Adventures and electives such as:

            1. Dart Zone Nerf Guns
            2. Derbies
            3. Disability Challenge Course
            4. Rube Goldberg Simple Machines
            5. Exploding Sticks
            6. Paper Rockets with an Air Compressor
            7. Musical Instruments
            8. Heroes- Fire Fighters and Officers
            9. Fire Safety
            10. Air of the Wolf-Science Experiments and Paper Airplane Design

            11. Making Kites that Fly
            12. Coin Collecting

            and More!

Contacts

If you have questions or inquiries, please contact the Camps & Events Desk be clicking the phone number below.

FAQ's

Q: What is the passport? How does it work?

A: The Passport is a booklet given to each registered participant. It contains adventures and activities to be completed during the summer in order to earn the additional patches to complete your set around the center jacket patch. You will receive the center jacket patch and the Council Centennial Eagle patch when you attend the Jamboral. If you complete all the adventures, you will receive the additional patches at the Jamboral as well.

Q: Do the youth register as individuals or with a unit?

A: Either way. A youth participant may register as an individual or they can all register together as a unit.

Q: Are meals included?

A: No. Meals are not included. There should be some concession stands with food for purchase, but the best thing to do would be plan to bring your own food for meals.

Q: How do I register?

A: Click the REGISTER TODAY button at the top of the page.

Q: How much will it cost?

A: Click the PRICE tab at the top of the page for full information regarding pricing.

Q: Can I register at the door?

A: Yes, it will cost $25.00 for Boy Scouts & Venturers and $17.00 for Cub Scouts to register the day of the event.

Q: Is there a refund if I can't attend?

A: Yes. You can get a  50% refund if cancelled before September 3, 2018. No refunds after September 3, 2018, and no refunds for no shows.

Q: Why should I collect the trading cards?

A: If you collect all 20 trading cards, you can obtain a Golden Ticket. Also, on the back side of the trading cards is an image to be put together like a puzzle. There is a "secret code" to be deciphered. Information on deciphering the code is found in your individual passport booklet.

Q: What is the "golden ticket" and what is it good for?

A: It is a golden card to complete your trading card set.

Price

Pricing Info

 

Boy Scout & Venturer (Youth/Adult)

 

Cub Scout (Youth/Adult)*

Early Bird+

Regular

$20.00

$25.00

 

$12.00

$17.00


*Cub Scout activities will only be available on Saturday

+Early Bird pricing available up until 11:59pm on August 23, 2018

 

Registration Includes

  • Great Salt Lake Council Centennial Eagle shoulder patch (CSP)
  • Great Salt Lake Council Adventure shoulder patch (CSP)
  • 20 Scouting trading cards
  • Trading Card Pin 
  • Midway activities
  • Fireworks show
  • Live entertainment
  • "Century of Honor" passport
  • Access to digital passport
Trading Post
Commercial Vendors

Interested in showing off at the Jamboral in front of over 5,000 Scouts & Scouters? Reserve commercial booth space by using the link below.

Includes:

  • Booth space
  • Marketing to the community of your support (over 500,000 impressions)
  • Marketing to jamboral participants
 
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Townhall | Centerville
Sep
19
6:30 PM18:30

Townhall | Centerville

Many Scouts & Scouters have questions regarding the future of the Great Salt Lake Council as well as the Boy Scouts of America. We wish to alleviate these concerns as well as share the great plans we have in store for the future.

Please join us at this townhall as we discuss these very things.

Not able to make it? Not to worry! We have several other townhalls occurring throughout the council. Just click one of the events listed below to find out other times & locations.

In the meantime, please visit www.allinscouting.com for a general overview of the future of the Boy Scouts of America.


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Influential Women in Scouting
Sep
20
6:30 PM18:30

Influential Women in Scouting

The Influential Women in Scouting is a recognition awarded to eight-ten women each year who have been nominated and selected by their peers based upon their dedication and exemplary service to Scouting.

When:           Thursday, 20 September 2018
Reception:  6:30 PM
Dinner:         7:00 PM
Where:      Layton Lodge, Millcreek Canyon
Cost:             $25.00 per guest
Dress:           Business/Evening Attire
Register:     By Tuesday, September 19, 2018


No longer accepting nominations for this year.

Thank you for your nominations! If you have any questions, please reach out to Lisa Boren at 801-582-3663.


Past Influential Women in Scouting Recipients

2009
Joyce Beverley, Sherrill Chapman, Zella Dahlquist, Joyce Dupaix, Pamela Grant, Marina Gonzalez,
Nola Marie Hemingway*, Gail Miller, Verna Lloyd Newell*, Ellen Paine, Jana Powell*
2010
Diane Bench, Joan Fenton, Jeannine Marie Hawkins, Sharon Larkin, Mona Layton,
Clara Markowski, Grace Marsen*, Geraldine McBeth, Patricia Patterson
2011
JoAnn Coupal, Michelle Ekins, Jeanne M. Hughes*, Gail Jordison, Isabel Krebs, Leora Marcheschi*,
Maggie Newbold, Terri B. Packer, Dwan J. Young
2012
Cindy L. Broadbent, Norma Ilene Crawford, Leslie J. Gates, Judy S. Martin,
Susan K. Metcalf, Christine Perry, Nancy L. Reading, Betty Shaw, Mary Ellen Smoot,
Donna Packer Swiss*
2013
Nine Beers, Betty Eatchel*, Janet Fransen, KaLee Harper, Jan Kirkham, Myrna Passey,
Susanne Rigtrup*, Kathi Robertson, Pamela Smith

2014
Laura Kay Anderson, Linda Rae Black, Joann Child, Mary Jayne Dellenbach, Crystal Lee Nebeker,
Debra Ann Olsen, Beverley Taylor Sorenson*, Joyce E. Warby, Betty R. Williams*, Annette S. York

2015
Marilyn M. Broadbent, Vera Christensen, Valerie "Val" Bunting, Jacalyn Smith Leavitt,
Lynne Ann Maxfield, Phyllis Patterson, LaVern Parmly*, Donna Wagstaff, Julia A. Wager, Pamela K. Youngs

2016
Linda Bishop, Karen Bruns, Pamela Carson, Marilyn Golding, Ruth Morrey, Mary Jo Page, Aralee Scothern,
Linda Vaughn, Heather Young

2017
Diane Elwood, Janet Griffin, Fadwa Lawrence, Darlene LeFevre, Jacklyn McKenzie, Geraldine Munford, Keelee Powell, Catherine Richards, Karen Thomas, Susan Walles, Traci Wood

*indicates deceased

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Hinckley Scout Ranch | Service Camp-O-Ree
Sep
28
to Sep 29

Hinckley Scout Ranch | Service Camp-O-Ree

Overview

In our ongoing effort to provide the best facilities for outdoor activities in the Great Salt Lake Council, we are making some big improvements at Hinckley Scout Ranch.

And we need YOUR help to make this possible.

We are installing new spring boxes to improve water collection at the source. These boxes will be installed on the side of the mountain. We need help clearing the side of the mountain of debris so that we can winch up the new spring boxes.

We also need some additional help with several other projects including tent teardown. 

Contacts

Have questions? Reach out to any of the individuals listed below to request more information. Click their name to connect with them.

FAQ's

Q: What will be provided to participants?

 Example of Barebones® tent.

Example of Barebones® tent.

A: Barebones® tents will be made available for all participants as well as cots. Both breakfast & lunch will be provided for all participants on Saturday. 

Q: What should participants wear?

A: Participants should come prepared with long pants, long sleeve shirt, sturdy shoes, & work gloves. A jacket is suggested as it will be chilly both in the evening on Friday & Saturday morning.

We also recommend a coat for Friday night is also recommend just in case temperatures drop below the average. (73°/46°)

Q: What sort of gear should be brought?

A: Here is a short list of recommended items:

  • Sleeping bag (rated for colder weather)
  • Pillow
  • Extra pair of clothes to travel home in
  • Chainsaws
  • Extra gas cansisters 
  • Pruners
  • Hard hats
  • Any additional tools that would be useful in removing fallen or standing trees
Schedule

Friday, September 28

Arrive at your leisure. Tents & cots will be provided.

Dinner on your own.

Saturday, September 29

8:00am - Breakfast provided by Great Salt Lake Council

9:00am - Service

12:00pm - Lunch provided by Great Salt Lake Council

1:00pm - Service resumes

3:00pm - Head home

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Participant Info
Please include yourself (if attending) in this count.
Chainsaws are not required to participate in this service opportunity.
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West Valley City Golf Tournament
Oct
3
12:00 PM12:00

West Valley City Golf Tournament

$300 per Team

$100 per Individual


Join us for a fun-filled day as we raise money to support youth in OUR community. That's right, the money raised at this event stays local & will support Scouting in your neighborhoods.

Not able to participate?

You can still support Scouting in your neighborhood by donating directly to the Great Salt Lake Council where your donation will stay here in your community.


Sponsors

A special thanks to these wonderful sponsors of this event. Without them, this would not be possible.

Contacts

Have questions? Click a name below to connect with someone regarding this event.

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Leave No Trace | Trainer Course
Oct
19
to Oct 20

Leave No Trace | Trainer Course

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The Leave No Trace Trainer Courses are two-day trainings (16hr) facilitated in an outdoor setting by Master Educators.  Participants learn the principles of Leave No Trace and be given the skills to effectively teach Leave No Trace curriculum.  Upon completion of the training, participants will be trained Leave No Trace Trainers and become part of the council Leave No Trace staff.

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Oct
20
8:00 AM08:00

The Trainer's EDGE

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Every boy deserves trained leaders....

                                   and every leader deserves capable trainers.

"The Trainer's EDGE" is advanced training for all adult leaders who want great training and presentation skills. This replaces "TRAIN the TRAINER" and the Trainer Development Conference.  This training is targeted for all Scouters who deliver training, including District and Council Training and Roundtable Staffs.

The purpose of "The Trainer's EDGE" is to develop the presentation skills of the trainer, with a focus on the participants.

It is required for all Wood Badge and NYLT staffs, and ON-BELAY, SILVER MOCCASIN, and KODIAK youth and adult staff members.  It is recommended for all camp staffs as well.
 
This action-packed day consists of learning about the following skills:
1. Why and How We Train Leaders
2. How Adults Learn
3. Communication
4. Characteristics of a Good Trainer
5. Planning
6. Arrangements
7. Training Technology
        A. Computers in Training
        B. Flip charts & Posters
        C. White boards and Chalkboards
8. Training Methods

A certificate for completing The Trainer's EDGE is a requirement for being a member of advanced training teams in the council including Wood Badge courses.

Participants are encouraged to be in uniform and bring their own pen or pencil. Handouts and program materials will be provided.

Lunch will not be provided. Participants can either bring a lunch or dine nearby.

2018 Dates and Locations

May 19, 2018: Registration at 8:00AM, training from 8:30AM - 3PM Location: To be determined

August 18, 2018: Registration at 8:00AM, training from 8:30AM - 3PM Location: To be determined

October 20, 2018: Registration at 8:00AM, training from 8:30AM - 3PM  Location: To be determined 

REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY OPEN!

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Nov
8
to Nov 10

Wood Badge | Course #6 Session #1

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The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

FEE INFORMATION

Regular:  $190  This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the desposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

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Nov
14
to Nov 17

Wood Badge | Course #6 Session #2

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The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

FEE INFORMATION

Regular:  $190  This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the desposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

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Aug
6
to Aug 11

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Week 9

Camp Steiner

  • Week 6

Camp Sunrise

  • Closed for the Season. We'll see you next year!

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Closed for the Season. We'll see you next year!

Camp Tracy

  • Closed for the Season. We'll see you next year!

Cub Country

  • Closed for the Season. We'll see you next year!

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Week 8

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Week 8

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Bechler Trek
  • Lamar Trek
  • Shoshone Canoe Trek
  • Sky Rim Trek
  • Tour of Yellowstone

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Closed for the Season. We'll see you next year!
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Millcreek Canyon Camps | Alumni Camp Staff Centennial Celebration
Aug
4
4:30 PM16:30

Millcreek Canyon Camps | Alumni Camp Staff Centennial Celebration

Overview

100 years of camping in Millcreek Canyon. Can you believe it? Thousands upon thousands of Scouts over these 100 years have attended Cub Country, worked at Webelos Camp, or brought Scouts to Camp Tracy.

So let's celebrate the great work that has been done by camp staff over the years!

Join us on August 4th, 2018 for our Alumni Camp Staff Centennial Celebration!

Contacts

Should you have any questions, please do not contact the Great Salt Lake Council Office. Click any of the names listed below to connect with someone in charge of this event.

FAQ's

Who can attend?

Have you worked at any Cub Country camps, Webelos camps, Camp Tracy, or any other camp that occurred in Millcreek Canyon over the past 100 years? Well, you are welcome to attend! (Your immediate family is invited as well.)

Be sure to pass this around to your friends too so they can also join us.

 

What to expect?

4:30pm to 6:00pm - Potluck dinner (Layton Lodge)

6:00pm to 7:00pm - Campfire program, presented by current & alumni camp staff (Layton Lodge Amphitheater)

7:00pm to 8:00pm - Visit the camps (All of Cub Country, Webelos Adventure Hollow, & Camp Tracy will be open to visit. Please be courteous as the camps will have just been cleaned as part of closing camp by the 2018 MCC Staff.)

 

What to bring?

A side dish or dessert for our potluck, please.

We will also ask for donations to help cover the cost of the activity. Whatever you feel is appropriate to contribute is appreciated. $5.00 is the recommended minimum per person.

 

What to wear?

While it would be awesome to see everyone in a camp staff uniform or BSA class A uniform, we recognize that not everyone will have these readily available. Please wear what you feel most comfortable in.

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These are immediate family members who have not been on camp staff at a Millcreek Canyon camp before.
If you are interested in participating in our campfire program in one way or another, please select YES.
Please share with us the years that you worked on camp staff.
Please share with us which camps on which you participated on staff.
Story Central

Do you have a story to share about being part of camp staff in Millcreek Canyon? A favorite memory perhaps? We want to hear it! Share it with us down below & we will be sure to feature it at the event.

Want to keep it anonymous? Don't include your name or email address.

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Jul
30
to Aug 4

National Youth Leadership Training | Silver Moccasin Course #4

Overview

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 troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he must KNOW, and what he must DO. The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO. The skills come alive during the week as the patrol goes on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership.

NYLT is a six-day course. Content is delivered in a troop and patrol outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.

NYLT integrates the best of modern leadership theory with the traditional strengths of the Scouting experience. Through activities, presentations, challenges, discussions, and audio-visual support, NYLT participants will be engaged in a unified approach to leadership that will give them the skill and confidence to lead well. Through a wide range of activities, games, and adventures, participants will work and play together as they put into action the best Scouting has to offer.

Contacts

Course Director

 
Scholarships

Our goal is to provide life changing leadership training to all youth. We understand that it can be expensive to attend, but thanks to kind & generous donations, we are able to help subsidize some of the registration fees for some youth. 

If you are interested in receiving financial aid, you must first register for an NYLT course & pay the deposit of $50.00. Once paid, you can apply for assistance.

Click the button below to apply.

Staff

Interested in participating on staff for NYLT? Begin your application by clicking the button below!

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Jul
30
to Aug 4

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Week 8

Camp Steiner

  • Week 5

Camp Sunrise

  • Week 7

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Session 4 (July 31 & August 1)

Camp Tracy

  • Session 13 (July 30 - August 1)
  • Session 12 (August 2 - 4)

Cub Country

  • Construction Junction
  • Cubshire
  • Dragon Masters
  • Fort Frontier

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Week 7

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Week 7

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Bechler Trek
  • Lamar Trek
  • Shoshone Canoe Trek
  • Sky Rim Trek
  • Tour of Yellowstone

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Session 18 (July 30 - 31)
  • Session 19 (August 1 - 2)
  • Session 20 (August 3 - 4)
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Days of '47 Parade
Jul
24
8:00 AM08:00

Days of '47 Parade

Overview

Come join us & walk in the Days of '47 Parade through downtown Salt Lake City as we celebrate the heritage of our great state.

The Great Salt Lake Council has been invited to walk in this year's parade! We are excited to support the celebration of our state as well as represent the Boy Scouts of America.

Each participant will be assigned a float or group & will be responsible for carrying an award banner. 

We want to make sure that we have plenty of Scouts there to show how proud we are of our state so share this with you friends & family. Let's fill the parade with Scouts!

Contact

Should you have any questions or concerns, please reach out the one of the contacts listed below by clicking on their name.

FAQ's

Who Can Participate

This activity will be open to all Scouts & Scouters, youth (age 14+) & leaders, to participate in this celebration.

  • Cub Scouts (Adults only)
  • Boy Scouts (Youth 14+ & Adults)
  • Venturers (Youth & Adults)

 

Time

While the parade itself begins at 9:00am, we ask that you arrive at our gathering place (intersection of West Temple & South Temple) at least 1 hour prior to parade step off.

And remember, the parade itself will last for 3 hours so please come prepared with a snack & water. We will have some available, but it's best to always be prepared...right?

 

Gathering Place

We will gather at the intersection of West Temple & South Temple. If you get lost, call Samuel Ahlstrom.

 

Pick Up Location

The parade ends at Liberty Park. If you would like to pick up your friends or family there, feel free to do so. But it does tend to be a bit of a mad house. So we are recommending that you pick up at the LDS Church located on Harvard Avenue west of Liberty Park. Once again if you have questions, please contact Samuel Ahlstrom

 

What To Wear

Please wear your CLASS A uniform. 

Cub Scouts (Adults only)

  • Official yellow/tan button-up shirt
  • Official blue/green pants (preferred, not required)
  • Comfortable walking shoes

Boy Scouts (Youth 14+ & Adults)

  • Official tan button-up shirt
  • Official green pants (preferred, not required)
  • Comfortable walking shoes

Venturers (Youth & Adults)

  • Official green button-up shirt
  • Official grey pants (preferred, not required)
  • Comfortable walking shoes

If you have any other questions about uniforms, click the button below to find more details.

 

What To Bring

Along with the proper clothing, be sure to come prepared with water & snacks. We'll have some supplies, but you know yourself better than us. Here are some examples:

  • Snacks
    • Trail mix
    • Granola bars
    • Jerky
  • Drinks
    • Water
    • Sports drink (i.e. Powerade, Gatorade, etc.)

And don't forget a backpack to carry everything in!

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Jul
23
to Jul 28

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Week 7

Camp Steiner

  • Week 4

Camp Sunrise

  • Week 6

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Closed (Reopens July 31 & August 1)

Camp Tracy

  • Closed (July 23 - 25)
  • Session 12 (July 26 - 28)

Cub Country

 

  • Construction Junction
  • Cub Aquatics
  • Cub Shooting Sports
  • Cubshire
  • Dragon Masters
  • Fort Frontier

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Week 6

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Week 6

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Bechler Trek
  • Lamar Trek
  • Shoshone Canoe Trek
  • Sky Rim Trek
  • Tour of Yellowstone

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Closed (July 23-26)
  • Session 17 (July 27 - 28)
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Jul
16
to Jul 21

National Youth Leadership Training | Order of the Arrow Coup Trail Course #3

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Overview

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 troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he must KNOW, and what he must DO. The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO. The skills come alive during the week as the patrol goes on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership.

NYLT is a six-day course. Content is delivered in a troop and patrol outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.

NYLT integrates the best of modern leadership theory with the traditional strengths of the Scouting experience. Through activities, presentations, challenges, discussions, and audio-visual support, NYLT participants will be engaged in a unified approach to leadership that will give them the skill and confidence to lead well. Through a wide range of activities, games, and adventures, participants will work and play together as they put into action the best Scouting has to offer.

Contacts

Course Director

 
Scholarships

Our goal is to provide life changing leadership training to all youth. We understand that it can be expensive to attend, but thanks to kind & generous donations, we are able to help subsidize some of the registration fees for some youth. 

If you are interested in receiving financial aid, you must first register for an NYLT course & pay the deposit of $50.00. Once paid, you can apply for assistance.

Click the button below to apply.

Staff

Interested in participating on staff for NYLT? Begin your application by clicking the button below!

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Jul
16
to Jul 21

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Week 6

Camp Steiner

  • Week 3

Camp Sunrise

  • Week 5

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Closed (Reopens July 31 & August 1)

Camp Tracy

  • Session 10 (July 16 - 18)
  • Session 11 (July 19 - 21)

Cub Country

  • Construction Junction
  • Cubshire
  • Dragon Masters
  • Fort Frontier

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Week 5

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Week 5

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Bechler Trek
  • Lamar Trek
  • Shoshone Canoe Trek
  • Sky Rim Trek
  • Tour of Yellowstone

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Session 14 (July 16 - 17)
  • Session 15 (July 18 - 19)
  • Session 16 (July 20 - 21)
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Jul
9
to Jul 14

Wood Badge | Course #4

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The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

FEE INFORMATION

Regular:  $190  This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the desposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

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Jul
9
to Jul 14

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Week 5

Camp Steiner

  • Week 2

Camp Sunrise

  • Week 4

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Closed (Reopens July 31 & August 1)

Camp Tracy

  • Session 8 (July 9 - 11)
  • Session 9 (July 12 - 14)

Cub Country

  • Construction Junction
  • Cubshire
  • Dragon Masters
  • Fort Frontier

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Week 4

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Week 4

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Bechler Trek
  • Lamar Trek
  • Shoshone Canoe Trek
  • Sky Rim Trek
  • Tour of Yellowstone

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Session 11 (July 9 - 10)
  • Session 12 (July 11 - 12)
  • Session 13 (July 13 - 14)
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Philmont Expedition
Jul
7
to Jul 22

Philmont Expedition

DUE TO THE UTE PARK FIRE, ALL PHILMONT ACTIVITIES ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 

We will be attending a Great Salt Lake Council high adventure base in place of Philmont due to the fire.

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Adventure of a Lifetime

Join us on a 2 week expedition to Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico. Enjoy 3 days at Philmont's base camp & 10 days backpacking through the Sangre de Christo Mountain Range.


Activities

Enjoy many once-in-a-lifetime adventures including blacksmithing & panning for gold. Some of the other adventures include shotgun shooting, archery, horseback riding, & rock climbing.

Age Requirements

Scouts who choose to join us must be at least 14 years old OR 13 years old and have completed the 8th grade.

Price Information

 

Scout

 

Leader

Deposit*

Total Cost

 

$100

$1,200

 

$100

$1,200

*Deposits are due with application


Cancellation/Refund Policy

All deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE, but are transferrable to a participant who takes your place. All monies will not be refunded or transferred to another GSLC activity, camp, or event.

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Jul
2
to Jul 7

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Closed (Reopens July 9)

Camp Steiner

  • Week 1

Camp Sunrise

  • Closed (Reopens July 9)

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Closed (Reopens July 31 & August 1)

Camp Tracy

  • Closed (July 2 - 4)
  • Session 5 (July 5 - 7)

Cub Country

  • Construction Junction
  • Cub Shooting Sports
  • Cubshire
  • Dragon Masters
  • Fort Frontier

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Closed (Reopens July 9)

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Closed (Reopens July 9)

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Lamar Trek
  • Shoshone Canoe Trek
  • Tour of Yellowstone

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Closed (July 2 - 5)
  • Session 9 (July 6 - 7)
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Jun
28
to Jun 30

Wood Badge | Course #3 Session #2

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The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

Fee Information

Regular:  $190  This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the desposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

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Jun
25
to Jun 30

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Week 3

Camp Steiner

  • Staff Week (First session begins July 2)

Camp Sunrise

  • Week 2

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Session 3 (June 28 & 29)

Camp Tracy

  • Session 5
  • Session 6

Cub Country

  • Construction Junction
  • Cubshire
  • Dragon Masters
  • Fort Frontier

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Week 2

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Base Camp
  • Backpacking
  • ATV

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Lamar Trek
  • Shoshone Canoe Trek

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Session 7 (June 25 - 26)
  • Session 8 (June 27 - 28)
  • Session 9 (June 29 - 30)
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Jun
23
6:30 PM18:30

Wood Badge | Association Dinner

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ANNUAL WOOD BADGE ASSOCIATION DINNER
50th Anniversary

WHEN: JUNE 23, 2018  (SATURDAY EVENING)
WHERE: LAYTON LODGE TRAINING CENTER
                 (CAMP TRACY-EAST MILLCREEK CANYON)
TIME: 6:30PM GATHERING AND REGISTRATION
           7:00PM DINNER SERVED

BBQ CHICKEN & RIBS...TENDER JUICY CHICKEN AND
BONELESS PORK RIBS SMOTHERED IN Meier’s proprietary
tangy – sweet BBQ Sauce, served with glazed orange rolls

COST: $17.00 PER PERSON—$32.00 PER COUPLE

DINNER CATERED BY:  MEIER’S CATERING

ENTERTAINMENT IS SCHEDULED AS PART OF OUR BUSINESS MEETING.

COME AND GET RE-ACQUAINTED WITH ALL OF THE OTHER CRITTERS!
GILLWELL SONG  WILL BE HEARD THROUGH OUT THE LAND

“Wood Badge Quartermaster Store will be open for purchases”

Association Dinner Flyer

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Jun
21
to Jun 23

Wood Badge | Course #3 Session #1

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The primary purposes of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen Scouting in our units, districts, and council, but you will find that it makes a difference in all of your relationships at home and work.

FEE INFORMATION

Regular:  $190  This includes food, lodging, course materials, and recognition.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required upon registration. All course fees are due 45 days prior to the first day of the selected course. Refund requested (written or by phone) 30 days or more prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 100% less the deposit. 29 to 7 days prior to the first day of the selected course will be refunded 50% less the desposit. 7 days or less or "No Shows" will forfeit 100% of all fees.

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Jun
18
to Jun 23

Camps

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Bear Lake Aquatics Base

  • Week 2

Camp Steiner

  • Closed (First session begins July 2)

Camp Sunrise

  • Week 1

Camp Traci for Girls

  • Closed (Reopens on June 28 & 29)

Camp Tracy

  • Session 3 (June 18 - 20)
  • Session 4 (June 21 - 23)

Cub Country

  • Construction Junction (Open daily)
  • Cubshire (Open daily)
  • Dragon Masters (Open daily)
  • Fort Frontier (Open daily)

Hinckley Scout Camp

  • Week 1

Ridgeline High Adventure

  • Base Camp
  • Backpacking
  • ATV

Teton High Adventure Base

  • Base Camp
  • Lamar Trek

Webelos Adventure Hollow

  • Session 4 (June 18 - 19)
  • Session 5 (June 20 - 21)
  • Session 6 (June 22 - 23)
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Jun
13
to Jun 16

Order of the Arrow | Summer Fellowship

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Check in: Plan on checking in at the Induction site between 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. of the date of the Ordeal.

Pick Up: You will be finished about 2:00 p.m. the next afternoon but we encourage the candidates to stay and register for the Fellowship event.

When a Scout is just elected, he is not an official member until he completes an "Ordeal" which is an overnight campout where he will sleep out under the stars and perform unselfish service the next day with meager food and without talking to others. This tradition is based on the Delaware Indians, where they would send the young braves out by themselves to serve nature and live off the land, until they could return back to the tribe and be recognized as one who has grown closer to nature and is ready to become a member of the brotherhood within the tribe leaders. Please register below for the ordeal of your choice in the Registration area of this website. All BSA safety guidelines are followed during the Ordeal, and there is no hazing or forbidden activities taking place during the Induction Weekend.

Agenda: The Ordeal will consist of a special campfire on Friday night. You will be given a place to sleep and placed on silence for the 24 hour period. The next day you will be involved in service in and around the Induction site. It will be service that needs to be done at the camp or for the civic organization where we are holding the Ordeal. You will be on silence during this period of time. Meals will be provided and you are not allowed to bring any food. If you need special foods or have special medical needs during the Induction Weekend, please note that on your medical form and email the Lodge Adviser right away so your personal needs can be evaluated prior to showing up for the Ordeal. At the conclusion of the Ordeal you will attend a final campfire where your sash will be presented and you will be formally inducted as an Ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow. There will be no hazing or similar activities at the Induction Weekend. It is a time for you to reflect on your commitment to Scouting and to make some personal commitments.
Registration: Online Registration is open until about 2 days before each Induction Weekend. At the door registrations are discouraged, but can be allowed at the discretion of the Lodge Adviser (an additional fee will be charged for at the door registrations).

Please be prepared by bringing a copy of your BSA medical form with you and the following:

Sleeping Bag and Ground cloth or Tarp that can be pulled over top of you in case of bad weather.
Scout Uniform
Work clothes and work gloves
Personal medications and personal hygiene Items that may be needed.
Canteen or water bottle
Small flashlight
Extra clothes or coats that may be needed due to the climate and weather conditions.

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National Youth Leadership Training | Model Course #1

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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 troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he must KNOW, and what he must DO. The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO. The skills come alive during the week as the patrol goes on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership.

NYLT is a six-day course. Content is delivered in a troop and patrol outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.

NYLT integrates the best of modern leadership theory with the traditional strengths of the Scouting experience. Through activities, presentations, challenges, discussions, and audio-visual support, NYLT participants will be engaged in a unified approach to leadership that will give them the skill and confidence to lead well. Through a wide range of activities, games, and adventures, participants will work and play together as they put into action the best Scouting has to offer.

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Need some extra getting to NYLT? Fill out the scholarship application linked below.


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