Roundtable Flyer 

In an effort to streamline communication throughout the Great Salt Lake Council, a single roundtable flyer or brochure will be produced to showcase upcoming events and provide important information about things happening in our council. This web page is “digital version” of that flyer in that it showcases everything highlighted in the roundtable flyer. You will also be able to download & print the latest version of the flyer to share with fellow Scouters who were not able to attend roundtable.


January 2019

 

District Klondikes

We have so many Klondikes to choose from this winter. And did you know that you don’t have to attend your district’s specific Klondike? That’s right! You can choose one that fits best for you unit. So take a look at all of them by clicking the image to the right.

 

Do you have a Pinewood Derby Race coming up?

Come visit your local Scout Shop on January 19th so you can use specialty tools, get expert advice, & test your car on our practice track.

For more information, please call the Foothill Scout Shop at 801-349-3760 or your local Scout Shop.

 
 
 

All In Scouting

To continue your Scouting adventure through 2019 & beyond, visit www.allinscouting.com or call 385-234-6537.

 

Do you have a Scout interested in attending the 2019 World Scout Jamboree?

It is a once in a lifetime opportunitiy they will never forget! Scholarships are available.

Contact Richard Ensign at 801-699-2909 for more information. Space is limited!

 

Save The Date

 

BSA Safety Moment

Eagle Project Safety

Recently, the district advancement committees have declined several projests because of the high level of risk. Consider this in your planning process. Inherently dangerous activities like building a zipline will likely not be approved.

Here are some planning steps:

  1. I your project proposal, indicate the areas where special skills will be necessary.

To read the entire Safety Moment, please visit the Risk Management WEB PAGE.

 

Congratulations!

2018 Silver Beaver Recipients are now posted online. Take a look and take time to reach out to your fellow volunteers to congratulate them on their dedicated service to Scouts in our council.

Don’t forget to mark you calendar to attend the Silver Beaver Recognition Night, March 5, 2019.

 

Join Camp Staff

It's already 2019 and that means summer camp is right around the corner. That's right, it's less than 6 months away!

While camp may not begin until June, you can actually begin your summer camp experience right now by applying to work on camp staff! We are currently hiring passionate individuals who love camp, Scouting, & the outdoors who will help run our amazing camp programs.

So apply today by clicking the image to your right. We can’t wait to see you this summer!

 

Leave No Trace Training

101 Courses

The BSA-LNT 101 course is designed to give Scouts & Scouters the training they need to successfully practice Leave No Trace on their outings. Leave No Trace is important as we strive to live by the Outdoor Code, Follow the Scout Oath & Law, protect nature, and leave a good impression with others. This course is for all Scouts & Scouters age 11+. Cost is $10.00 to cover all materials you will receive.

Master Educator Course

This internationally-recognized course is the top tier of Leave No Trace training and provides participants with an in-depth look at the skills and ethics of Leave No Trace. In addition to practical applications of Leave No Trace in the field, participants will also learn about various teaching styles and effective communication techniques. Graduates are qualified to teach Leave no Trace Trainer Courses, Awareness Courses, and teach at other venues.

Trek Option: Needs a minimum of 6 participants to run. Participants will join the non-trek course for 2 days and then have the opportunity to take a short backpacking trip into the High Uintas Wilderness for the field experience portion of their training.

Non-Trek Option: Need a minimum of 6 participants to open. Participants will be combined with the Trek course for 2 days and then camp in a primitive area for their field experience. This option does not require hiking.
Both options MUST fill if each one is to run. The default is non-trek if not enough people sign up for the trek option.

 

Scout Nights

The Great Salt Lake Council is proud to work with many local businesses & entertainment groups to offer a variety of activities & events at a discounted price. These partners are proud supporters of Scouting in our community and are proud to host Scouts & Scouters from across our council.

 

Youth Conferences at Camp

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Did you know that you can hold your youth conference at a Great Salt Lake Council camp? That’s right! You get the beautiful scenery, exciting program, & unforgettable experience for your youth group with plenty of time for you to fill in with items that are important to your group. Reach out to Nick Hutchinson today to find out how!