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Welcome to Saddleback District

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

Additionally, you can contact any of the program chairs.

Rountable meetings will be held at Saddleback Church located at 1 Saddleback Parkway in Lake Forest.
The meeting will start at 7pm but all are invited to arrive early for fellowship.

New California Law: Lifescan

Posted on May 25 2022 - 11:13am



Volunteers Livescan is due May 30th

Time is running out only  a few more days.

California requires all adult leaders in any youth group to obtain a livescan.

Online training should have already been done, it was due date was end of last month


Here are some options:

* Find any Livescan vendor

*Call the Sheriff's station @ (949) 206-6100 and make an appointment, They offer Livescan during the weekday during business hours

(20202 Windrow  Drive, Lake Forest, CA  92630) behind the Etnies Skate park

(costs is $27 cash or check. other places could be higher)

Daycamp Training

Posted on May 25 2022 - 11:12am



Cub Scout Daycamp


Non scouts can now join registered Cub Scouts as Campers! If you have wondered about the neat things that scouts get to do, now you can attend Cub Scout Daycamp and see for yourself.

LOCATION: O'Neill Regional Park

DATE: June 6 - 10, 2022

TIME: Camp has two sessions that run 8:00 am to 1:30 pm or 2:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Registration is open until May 22, 2022Visit the Camp Website

Day Camp is staffed entirely by parents and volunteers. We need you to be a part of the FUN! 

Adult volunteers guide campers through the day and assist at activity stations. Adults need to register for three or more days. If you can not register for three days please contact the camp director to discuss options.

The camp staff will provide training before camp so you know what you need to do at camp.

Adult volunteers that work at least three days get a free T shirt.

Adults are always welcome to join the Day Camp Staff, contact the Camp Director for more information.

Day Camp is a wonderful time filled with fun, games, laughter, and adventure. Help the Day Camp put on the best time of our Scout's summers by volunteering. The two opportunities for adult volunteer training are May 25 and 28 at Oso Lake. YPT and AB506 training is required, find out more here.

Day Camp is organized around dens. Each den stays together during camp. The den is made up of campers of similar age and rank, adults, and youth volunteers. Equipment and supplies are cleaned between dens.

Tot Lot Kids are potty trained 3-years-old through Kindergarten age and must have a parent volunteering at camp in order to attend.

Youth Volunteers are Scouts BSA aged boys and girls who help run the camp. Youth volunteers get a free T shirt.

Youth Volunteers must attend one of the mandatory training sessions. The two opportunities for mandatory youth volunteer training are May 25 and 28 at Oso Lake.


We are getting ready for daycamp and I see one specific need for staff.
I need one person in the afternoon session to do Cub (wolf & Bear) games.

Any help you can give in signing someone up would be appreciated. Jon L.


Contact: Jon Lagerquist (Council Daycamp Chair) / (714) 791-0586

Contact: Kristi Bristow (South Day Camp Director) /

Scout - O - Rama

Posted on May 25 2022 - 11:12am





It's back! Orange County Council's world famous Scout-O-Rama is returning.

Join thousands of scouts, scouters, and newcomers to our own scout expo!

Hang around for more information. We cant wait to share the plan with you.

Design the 2022 Day of Service Patch

Posted on May 25 2022 - 11:12am


Design the 2022 Day of Service Patch

"A Scout is Helpful"

Calling all Cub Scouts, Scout BSA, Venturing, and Sea Scouts

Youth Members


The Council Service / Day of Service Committee is hosting a contest for the design of this year's Day of Service patch.


Submit your design to Peter Jensen (District Executive)


To be considered, entries are due by July's Roundtables 07/14/2022

Covid Update #24

Posted on Mar 7 2022 - 1:22pm

Update #24

March 4, 2022

Earlier this week, Governor Newsom announced that due to declining COVID-19 cases and decreased hospitalizations, California would adopt new indoor mask policies for K-12 schools. In particular, the state will move from “requiring” students to wear masks indoors to “strongly recommending”.
As a result, as of March 12, 2022, unless required by a chartering organization or other local regulations. OCBSA will not require that masks be worn at OCBSA scouting activities, but the option to wear a mask ultimately is the choice of the individual. OCBSA is aligning with the California guidance and “strongly recommending” that masks be worn at OCBSA scouting activities.
As a youth organization Orange County Council, BSA has been and will continue to follow the guidance for K-12 schools throughout the pandemic as it relates to participation in our programs.
As always, thank you for your partnership, flexibility, and patience as we navigate this challenging and unprecedented chapter in our lives.
For any further questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the COVID helpline by email at
CDPH Guidelines for face Coverings 

2023 World Scout Jamboree

Posted on Mar 4 2022 - 9:28am

2023 World Scout Jamboree

USA Contingent

August 1 to August 12, 2023
Saemangeum, South Korea

Join 50,000 Scouts from more than 170 National Scouting Organizations for the largest youth gathering on the planet!

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