Welcome !

Welcome to Saddleback District's website!

 In order to improve the communication with all the Units, Scouts, Scouters and Parents in Saddleback District, we redesigned and improved your Website.

One feature of this website is the ability to send out weekly Eblasts to all subscribers with up-to-date information and changes as they may occur.  

 Please personally register on this site to receive the weekly Eblast.

 We will be running both sites concurrently.  Please visit http://saddleback.ocbsa.org/ 

 For more information about District events and information to help you serve the youth of Saddleback District, attend the District Roundtable Meetings.

 Roundtable meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at the LDS Church, Trabuco Ward Building, 24755 Trabuco Rd, Lake Forest.

This is between Bake and Lake Forest.


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Yours in Scouting,

 The Saddleback District Committee


Free Summer Camp

Posted by jclements on Apr 11 2014 - 8:58pm

Send Your Life Scout to Camp for FREE!!!

August 2-9, 2014.
Be an Aid to a Scout with special needs.
Ask me how: scoutmaster@troop727.mytroop.us

How to learn the dates/times of training courses in the Orange County Council

Posted by AGoldsworth on Apr 3 2014 - 8:24pm

WANT TO LEARN THE QUICKEST METHOD OF ACCESSING TRAINING COURSE INFORMATION? Current details about youth and adult leadership development courses can be found on the "Calendar" page of this website, as well as on  the Orange County Council websit. Courses are opened to individuals from any district or council. To learn about the quick-n-easy way to access course information and schedules on the council website click on the "Leadership Development Committee" option (menu to the left). Happy Learning! 

FCE Training

Posted by jclements on Apr 2 2014 - 2:24pm

Trail to First Class

Here are some great and fun videos of Scouts teaching Scouts on each rank requirement for the Trail to First Class.

If you have Scout that are already a First Class or higher, these fun videos are a great refresher.

Just click on the image above to jump to this fun and exciting page.

Details about Order of the Arrow Elections

Posted by Jim Goldsworth on Mar 28 2014 - 1:46pm

HAS YOUR TROOP SCHEDULED THEIR 2014 ORDER OF THE ARROW ELECTION? If your troop desires to participate in the Callout Cerem
ony conducted during Spring Camporee elections your unit election needs to be conducted by April 11th.  The attached document details what to do by what date and whom in Anasazi to contact for scheduling 

Zero Trash - Community Service

Posted by jclements on Mar 28 2014 - 8:55am
ZeroTrash Is Coming to Rancho Santa Margarita!
New Program Begins April 5, 10:00 am at Panera Bread
Boy Scouts are encouraged to join the collaborative efforts of the City of RSM , the Bell Tower Foundation and RSM Chamber of Commerce to pick up litter in the community through the newly established chapter of the ZeroTrash Program.  Meet your friends, neighbors, city and business leaders at Panera Bread, located at 30642 Santa Margarita Parkway, on Saturday, April 5, 10:00 am for the inaugural ZeroTrash Event. Muffins, juice and t-shirts will be provided. 
For more information and to sign up, go toadmin@belltowerfoundation.org.

March Roundtable and Other Announcements

Posted by gbeck on Mar 11 2014 - 7:50pm

Your Commissioner Staff and District Committee have a great Roundtable for you this Thursday March 13th.

Although Scouters are nvited to attend to Roundtable each month – I understand that some of our new Scouters have never attended a Roundtable. Needless to say, they don’t know what they are missing! So let me attempt to explain Roundtable to the uninitiated.  Here goes: 

Roundtable is FUN!  

Roundtable provides practical training on a monthly basis without any hassle. 

Roundtable provides adult leaders an opportunity to share ideas and activities with leaders from other units. It is a source of continuing information. 

Roundtable is for EVERYONE - from novice to expert.  Come and "share what you know, learn what you don't.

Every Roundtable is divided into segments called “breakouts,” with specific objectives for the Boy Scout Roundtable breakout and the Cub Scout Roundtable breakout.

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