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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.

2021 Saddleback District Camporall

Posted on Sep 18 2021 - 4:43pm

 

2021 Saddleback District Camporall

 

When:  Friday October 22nd - Sunday October 24th

 

Where: Lakeview Park - 5305 E Santiago Canyon Rd, Silverado, CA 92676

 

Costs:  $30 per participant if registering by Septmeber 30, 2021

 

             $35 per participant if registering October 1, 2021 or after

Registration Link

 

Saddleback Webelos & AOLs are invited to an Overnight Camping weekend which will include a day filled with
Scout Skills competitions and outrageous displays of Scouting Spirit! 
This is an opportunity to participate in an event that showcases the fun that is waiting for you after you bridge over into a Scouts BSA Troop. 
CAMPORALL will be tailored to Webelos and AOLs and is designed to …

   

• Create a genuine interest to know more about Scouts BSA

 

• Enable Webelos & AOLs to learn and demonstrate Scout skills

 

• Foster a POSITIVE HIGH-ENERGY environment to showcase their Scout SPIRIT!

 

• Provide a look at local Scout Troops in an interactive environment

 

• Aid in the Webelos / AOLs-to-Scout BSA Transition Plan.
 

 

** The Order of the Arrow will also have the Trading Post at the Camporall **

They are bringing back their Famous Anasazi Sunday Pancake Breakfast for only $5 per person.

How great is it to have the OA prepare breakfast for you on the last morning of Camporall!

Register separately with OA for the breakfast by Thursday, Oct. 14th at the Roundtable meeting

 

Have Questions Contact

Mr. Duerr at    cduerr@gmail.com    (949) 829-1339

OR

Mr. Bohn at    kevinbohnphoto@gmail.com    (949) 422-4895

WOOD BADGE

Posted on Sep 12 2021 - 8:34pm

 WOOD BADGE

September 10-12, 2021 and

Septmeber 25-26, 2021

(Must attend both sessions to complete course). 

Cost $325.

Register here: https://scoutingevent.com/039-31971

Wood Badge is an advanced, national leadership course open only to Scouting volunteers and professionals. 

Scouters from Cub Scouting, Scouts BSA, Venturing, Sea Scouts, and Explorers, and district and council Scouters all are welcome and belong here.

What do we see on course?  We do many things on course, like:

  • Listening
  • Managing conflict
  • Leading change
  • Stages of team development
  • Coaching & Mentoring
  • Leadership for different stages
  • Servant leadership
  • Project planning
  • And more!

These come to you in presentations, games, discussions, activities, and other methods. Why do you want to go? 

You want to participate in a Wood Badge course because of things you will learn and do. Here are some of the benefits:

  • Stronger units. You will make your Scouting unit — and your sons’ and daughters’ units — stronger.
  • What and why of Scouting. You will have a deeper understanding of what Scouting is and why we do it.
  • Experience. You will learn and experience things that will stay with you in Scouting and the rest of your life.
  • Fun. You will have fun and you will meet interesting people.
  • Other groups. You will make your other groups, like work, church, even family, stronger.

2021 Course Director: Brian Ouellette 

For more information on this course, please visit woodbadge.ocbsa.org.

For further information contact: Julie Anderson, Canyons District Director (714) 546-8558 ext. 103

Day Of Giving

Posted on Aug 29 2021 - 7:42am

 

https://www.ocbsa.org/dayofgiving/

Texting:  101hours to 91999

September Round Table

Posted on Aug 23 2021 - 8:45am
September Round Table @ OSO LAKE
We understand there was an issue with getting the breakout sessions running over zoom. Please be patient with us as we endeavor to improve; however, please try to attend in person if you are able. Providing zoom from Oso Lake requires cellular data and a volunteer to use their device and data plan to make it available to remote attendees.
 
-Same time: 7:00pm (Plan extra time to arrive, park, and find the amphitheatre).
-Breakout sessions: Cubscout and ScoutsBSA
-Bookcheck for prospective Eagle scouts will be at this location. More info will be sent to unit leaders.
 
Address: 21131 Los Alisos Boulevard, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 
  
Directions: Oso Lake entrance is on Los Alisos Blvd between the 241 Toll Road and Altisima. Once you enter off of Los Alisos, head down the gravel road till you get to the large parking lot at the end. You may see some activity on your left as you approach where RT will be held, but just keep going till you get to the parking lot.
 
Covid practices: Stay home if you have symptoms or were knowingly exposed to Covid.  Bring a chair and / or cushion. We are following Orange County Council guidelines for COVID.
 
Zoom: We will also be using Zoom to connect those who cannot attend in person; however, we do not know how good the experience will be due to dependence on cellular data at that location and how well we can interact with remote attendees. Therefore, we encourage attendees to come in person if they are comfortable to do so. Also, there is no guarantee that breakouts will be available on Zoom, so please plan to attend in person if you are able.
Meeting ID: 840 3973 7219
Passcode: Saddleback
 
Sign in from home or in person:
Yes, we need to take attendance as usual. There will be sign-in sheets available on site; however, if attending remotely, use this link. If attending in person, using this link is also preferred. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YX6WyPBgpTnEDpuTwg7yixYy7D_aWFV7gy9koMJReng/edit?usp=sharing
  
 
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August Round Table

Posted on Aug 5 2021 - 11:02pm
August Round Table @ OSO LAKE
We understand there was an issue with getting the breakout sessions running over zoom. Please be patient with us as we endeavor to improve; however, please try to attend in person if you are able. Providing zoom from Oso Lake requires cellular data and a volunteer to use their device and data plan to make it available to remote attendees.
 
-Same time: 7:00pm (Plan extra time to arrive, park, and find the amphitheatre).
-Breakout sessions: Cubscout and ScoutsBSA
-Bookcheck for prospective Eagle scouts will be at this location. More info will be sent to unit leaders.
 
Address: 21131 Los Alisos Boulevard, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 
  
Directions: Oso Lake entrance is on Los Alisos Blvd between the 241 Toll Road and Altisima. Once you enter off of Los Alisos, head down the gravel road till you get to the large parking lot at the end. You may see some activity on your left as you approach where RT will be held, but just keep going till you get to the parking lot.
 
Covid practicesStay home if you have symptoms or were knowingly exposed to Covid. Wear a mask. Bring a chair and / or cushion. We are following Orange County Council guidelines for COVID.
 
Zoom: We will also be using Zoom to connect those who cannot attend in person; however, we do not know how good the experience will be due to dependence on cellular data at that location and how well we can interact with remote attendees. Therefore, we encourage attendees to come in person if they are comfortable to do so. Also, there is no guarantee that breakouts will be available on Zoom, so please plan to attend in person if you are able.
Meeting ID: 840 3973 7219
Passcode: Saddleback
 
Sign in from home or in person:
Yes, we need to take attendance as usual. There will be sign-in sheets available on site; however, if attending remotely, use this link. If attending in person, using this link is also preferred. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YX6WyPBgpTnEDpuTwg7yixYy7D_aWFV7gy9koMJReng/edit?usp=sharing
  
 
Flyers / Announcements

101 Hours to Change Lives

Posted on Aug 5 2021 - 10:32am

Every day, more than 13,000 young people in Orange County make their families and communities proud by living the Scout Oath and Law.

They are good students.

They give freely of their time to help their neighbors.

They display integrity and character.

They are kind.

They are courageous.

They lead and teach others how to lead.

 

As we celebrate the 101st birthday of the Orange County Council we are marking this special milestone with a Day of Giving.

We are reaching out to all current and past donors to consider donating at least $101 to celebrate.

Every donation of $101 or more on August 4 will receive a special 101st  Anniversary Day of Giving pocket patch.

 

For 101 years the Orange County Council has impacted the lives of young people.

Join us today on our Day of Giving to continue to change lives in our community.

 

Thank you for your commitment to our youth.

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