Deseret Peak | District 8

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Welcome to The Deseret Peak District (D8), one of 20 districts in the Great Salt Lake Council. The Deseret Peak District covers all 6,900 square miles of Tooele County, Utah and serves the needs of over 3,500 youth in approximately 310 units.


All events submitted are subject to review prior to posting to calendar.


Upcoming Events


Darwin Cook - District Chairman

Roger Ekins - District Commissioner


Boy Scouts

Asst. District Commissioner - Boy Scouts Mous Morrey

Vice Chairman - Boy Scouts TJ Wallace

Roundtable Commissioner Cameron McRae

11 Yr Old RT Commissioner Position Open

Troop Committee RT Commissioner Greg Nelson

Activities Chairman Position Open

OA Adviser Edwin van Stam


Cub Scouts

Asst. District Commissioner - Cub Scouts Michelle Ekins

Roundtable Commissioner Debby Martin

Commissioner Section Lori Duke

Michelle Sorenson

Committee Section Cindie Williams

Cubmaster Section Dennette Anderson

Den Leader Section Melissa Wallace
Koalani Ogden

Webelos Section Jena Garrard
R.P. Warby

Scout Shop McBeths-Tooele 435-882-4613
Foothill Shop 801-349-3760

Order of the Arrow

Deseret Peak: Order of the Arrow

Sage Chapter

Welcome to the Order of the Arrow, Sage Chapter. The Order of the Arrow is scouting's National Honors Society. In the Sage Chapter we do many fun activities and service at our monthly meetings. We meet at Tooele Jr. High at 7 pm on the first Thursday of the month. All OA candidates and members are invited to come.

If you are interested in joining the Order of the Arrow, you need to schedule a unit election. To schedule an election call Kolbie Cook at 435-830-3340 or email him at . Check out and follow the Chapters Facebook page at,, Sage Chapter - El Ku Ta Lodge- Order of the Arrow. The page is where announcements are made and happenings of the chapter. If you have any questions email us at:

Yours In Brotherhood, 
      Alexander Turner (Sage Chapter Chief)


Cub Scouts


Boy Scouts




Deseret Peak: Roundtable


Cub Scout and Boy Scout Roundtables are held year round.

First Thursday each month, 7:30 PM

Locations-September thru May, Tooele Jr. High School, 411 W. Vine St., Tooele

                    June thru August-Cub Scout Roundtable, 583 N. 270 E., Tooele North Stake Center, Tooele

                  June thru August-Boy Scout Roundtable, 220 W. 2200 N., Tooele West Stake Center, Tooele



Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, or Venturer programs. Leaders learn how to conduct meetings, what to do at meetings, camping location ideas, age appropriate activities, the aims and goals of scouting and how our chartered partners (example: the LDS Church) want to implement scouting.


In the age of "Pinterest" and "Google" do scout leaders still need round table? There are several reasons, here are a few:

  • The Internet is full of ideas and activities that are no longer approved or officially sanctioned by the Boy Scouts of America. Round table is the one place to get ideas that will keep you out of trouble.
  • The Internet is full of ideas and materials that are copy righted.
  • You get better answers to your questions and more spontaneous ideas from a group discussion.
  • Season leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.

New Leader Resources

New To Scouting? Resources Available For You

Thank you for taking the time to provide leadership and make a difference in the boys' lives you will be touching. To help you hit the ground running, we have put together information that will help you get started. Please visit our getting started page for position specific resources.

We also invite you to join us in-person at our next New Leader Specific Training that is held in our district on September 22, 2018 to have all your questions answered and understand more fully your role in helping the boys succeed.


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Deseret Peak District Training Patch Program

This year as a district, you can earn the new Deseret Peak District Training Patch. You can start collecting each part of the patch as you earn them and eventually will have a full patch that will show that you are trained and able to help the scouts.

Specific information on the requirements can be found in the attached PDF



Friends of Scouting Training

Save the Date

Date: July 19, 2018
Time: 7pm
Location: TBD

Specific information for this event will be coming closer to the date. Please check back for further information in the future.



BALOO Training

Date: September 7-8, 2018
Location: TBD

For packs to have their own campouts, a unit leader must participate in a BALOO training and certification course. It is designed to introduce Cub Scout leaders to the newly expanded opportunities for pack overnight camping. This is an energetic training that will cover everything you need to know to plan and run a pack overnighter. It's more than just camping; it includes ideas for outdoor activities, games, and ceremonies; information on selecting, and using camping equipment; and how to run a campfire program.

Specific information for this event will be coming closer to the date. Please check back for further information in the future.



Leader Specific Training - September

Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Location: 5315 Aberdeen Lane, Stansbury
(Erda Stake Center)

For all Adult Leaders with any kind of job in scouting. If you have not yet been through the "Leader Specific" training for the position you currently hold, please plan on attending this event.



Leader Specific Training - November

Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: 752 North 520 East, Tooele
(Tooele East Stake Center)

For all Adult Leaders with any kind of job in scouting. If you have not yet been through the "Leader Specific" training for the position you currently hold, please plan on attending this event.



Youth Protection Training

Youth protection is of paramount importance to the Boy Scouts of America. Recognizing that this commitment requires sustained vigilance, the BSA has continued to develop and enhance its efforts to protect youth. BSA has taken the following steps:

  • Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position.
  • New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training.
  • Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer’s Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be reregistered.


Youth Protection Training is available online at


Upcoming Trainings


Deseret Peak: Commissioners


Day: Wednesday after Roundtable
Time: 7 PM
Location: 583 N 270 E, Tooele
Tooele North Stake

This meeting is for all Unit Commissioners; Zone Commissioners; Assistant District Commissioners and any Commissioner or Stake officer who doesn't know his or her exact title.

Commissioner Resources: