Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Dec
6
7:30 PM19:30

Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.

  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.

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Nov
9
to Nov 10

High Adventure Turkey Shoot | Deseret Peak

Great Fun for Experienced Shooters and "First-Timers" Alike

Please plan to join us for our Annual Boy Scout Turkey Shoot

When: November 9-10, 2018
Where: Goodsell Ranch - Box Elder Canyon - Stansbury Mountains

NRA certified range safety officers and NRA certified shotgun coaches will be on site to help everyone learn to shoot safely.

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

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Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Nov
1
7:30 PM19:30

Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Oct
4
7:30 PM19:30

Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Sep
22
8:00 AM08:00

Leader Specific Training | Deseret Peak

Overview

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.

Contacts

Contacts


Carolyn Swenson
Training Vice-Chairman
801-574-8037
swenson.carolyn@gmail.com

Roger Ekins
District Commissioner
435-882-9919
rtcommish@live.com

Darwin Cook
District Chairman
435-830-1054
district8chairman@gmail.com

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Sep
7
7:00 PM19:00

BALOO Training | Deseret Peak

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.

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Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Sep
6
7:30 PM19:30

Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Commissioner BBQ | Deseret Peak
Aug
14
7:00 PM19:00

Commissioner BBQ | Deseret Peak

Elder Pace from the Quorum of the Seventy, LDS Church will be our special guest speaker.

This if for all Bishoprics, Stake Presidencies, High Councilmen over Primary and Youth Men, Stake Primary and Young Men Presidencies in other words, ALL Assistant District, Zone Commissioners, Unit Commissioners and Charter Organizations. (This is not for ward young men or primary presidencies)

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Please bring a BBQ side dish for 10 or dessert for 10 to share.

Dress is Scout uniform or business casual.

This is not for spouses.

A courtesy RSVP is appreciated.

 

Questions & RSVP -

Roger Ekins, District Commissioner
(435) 882-9919 H
(435) 830-8003 C
rtcommish@live.com
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Cub Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Aug
2
7:30 PM19:30

Cub Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Boy Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Aug
2
7:30 PM19:30

Boy Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Cub Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Jul
5
7:30 PM19:30

Cub Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Boy Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Jul
5
7:30 PM19:30

Boy Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
View Event →
Jun
7
7:30 PM19:30

Boy Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Cub Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak
Jun
7
7:30 PM19:30

Cub Scout Roundtable | Deseret Peak

COMMISSIONER'S MEETING

Day: First Tuesday of the Month
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Check with your scouting family for specific location.

Round table is a wonderful resource for adults who work in the Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting 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.

CONNECT WITH THE DISTRICT
If you would like to receive messages about district events, reminders and notices, please click HERE (you will be directed to a special sign up page on MailChimp.com. Then use your browser's back button to return here.

 

WHY GO TO ROUND TABLE?

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.
  • Seasond leaders also attend because they are in a position to contribute proven ideas and give newer leaders the benefit of their experience.
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Jun
1
8:15 AM08:15

Pirates of the Carabiner | Deseret Peak

Pirates of the Carabiner (Webelos)


Location: TBD, but within Tooele County
Cost: $40/ Webelos Scout

This will replace past Cub Caravan and the Webelos Outdoor Activity.

It will be local and run by the district volunteers. This will benefit leaders as well as the boys in dens and packs in our district.

REGISTRATION IS NOW LIVE.
Click HERE to register for Pirates of the Carabeener (Webelos)

WEBELOS LEADER GUIDE

This year we are offering a scholarship possibility for your Pack. For information, please see click here.

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Jun
1
8:15 AM08:15

Cub-bots Day Camp | Deseret Peak

Cub-bots (Tigers, Wolves, Bears)


Location: TBD, but within Tooele County
Cost: $40/Cub

This will replace past Cub Caravan and the Webelos Outdoor Activity.

It will be local and run by the district volunteers. This will benefit leaders as well as the boys in dens and packs in our district.

REGISTRATION IS NOW LIVE.
Click HERE to register for Cub-Bots (Tigers, Wolves, Bears).
 

CUB-BOTS LEADER GUIDE

 

This year we are offering a scholarship possibility for your Pack. For information, please see click here.

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