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February 15, 2021                   
 

   

 
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CIEC University of Scouting

 

 

 

University of Scouting Registration

 

 

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CIEC Winter Camp

 

 

    Winter Camp is under way and

 

 Camp Emerson is waiting for you!

 

   Camp is open this Saturday for our February 20th Winter Camp!

 

                     Just 3 sessions left, sign up soon!

                          

 
 
                                      
  

 

 

CIEC Summer Camps

 

 

 

 

 
 

For additional information please contact:

California Inland Empire Council

 at 909-793-2463

email: CampEmerson@scouting.org

 

2021 CIEC Camp Scholarship Application

 

 

 

        CIEC Camp Scholarship Application

 

 

 

 

2020 Silver Beavers

 

 

Congratulations to our 2020 Silver Beavers

Carl Burns Ryan Carrigan John Herrmann Britt Imes Tamara Morici
 
Phil Mortenson Tim Perry Ray Romo Kathryn Sizemore  

 

 

Presidents and Scouting

 

 

Usually, rising to the office of president requires hard work, dedication, and a singular focus on the goal at hand. The same can be said of becoming an Eagle Scout.The earliest presidents weren’t Scouts simply because scouting wasn’t founded until 1910. Not all presidents were Boy Scouts in their youth, and only one, Gerald Ford achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Here is what some of our nations Presidents have had to say about Scouting

1. Theodore Roosevelt

“More and more I have grown to believe in the Boy Scout movement. I regard it as one of the movements most full of promise for the future here in America.”

2. William Howard Taft

“I am very glad to give my sympathy and support to such a movement as this. Anything that directs the boy’s spirit in the right channel for usefulness and for the making of manly men should be encouraged.”

3. Woodrow Wilson

“The Boy Scouts have not only demonstrated their worth to the nation, but have also materially contributed to a deeper appreciation by the American people of the higher conception of patriotism and good citizenship.”

4. Warren G. Harding

“I am with the Scout movement heart and soul…I wish every boy in our America could have the advantage and the honor of being in the Boy Scout organization.”

5. Calvin Coolidge

“If every boy in the United States could be placed under the wholesome influences of the Scout program, and should live up to the Scout Oath and rules, we would hear fewer pessimistic words as to the future of our nation.”

6. Herbert Hoover

“In meeting the vital need that when the oncoming generation takes over our national affairs it shall be a generation bulwarked with character, the Boy Scout movement plays a most useful part.”

7. Franklin D. Roosevelt

“As one who has been interested in Scouting over many years, it has been most heartening to have so many evidences of the practical values of Scout training.”

8. Harry S. Truman

 “The Boy Scouts of America, since it was founded in 1910, has contributed greatly to the character training of our youth. What a greater nation this would be if the principles of Scouting could be woven more closely into our daily lives.”

9. Dwight D. Eisenhower

“The Boy Scout movement merits the unstinted support of every American who wants to make his country and his world a better place in which to live.”

10. John F. Kennedy

“In a very real sense, the principles learned and practiced as Boy Scouts add to the strength of America and her ideals.”

11. Lyndon B. Johnson

“Today, as we face the challenges of an increasingly complex and frequently disturbing world, America needs an alert, responsible, and energetic youth to provide her with a vital resource in a hopefully happier and fuller future for all.”

12. Richard Nixon

“I strongly believe that Scouting offers an exceptional opportunity to learn about good citizenship by being a good citizen, and I am glad to hear that we can count on you to carry on the very important work . . . in encouraging America’s boys to make themselves into the men our country needs.”

13. Gerald Ford

“One of the proudest moments of my life came in the court of honor when I was awarded the Eagle Scout badge. I still have that badge.”

14. James Carter

“It [Boy Scouts] is a constructive initiative on the part of young Americans to explore career interests, and to become better prepared for a more satisfying and rewarding future.”

15. Ronald Reagan

 “By sponsoring many useful physical, mental, and social activities designed to promote self-responsibility, the Scouts strengthen the cornerstone of individual freedom in our nation.”

16. George H.W. Bush

“The Boy Scouts of America has assumed a leadership role in confronting this problem [of drug abuse]. You are teaching self-protection strategies against drugs and other dangers.”

17. Bill Clinton

“For almost a century, the Boy Scouts of America have helped to make volunteer service an American ideal.”

18. George W. Bush

“Every day, Scouts are showing that the greatest strength of America lies in the hearts and souls of our citizens.”

19. Barack Obama

“Today, Scouts across the country continue in the tradition of collecting food for those in need, improving our neighborhoods, and reaching out to those less fortunate.”

20. Donald Trump

“When you volunteer for the Boy Scouts, you are not only shaping young lives; you are shaping the future of America. The United States has no better citizens than its Boy Scouts.”

 

 

CIEC Shoot-Out

 

 

 

Be The Change

 

 

 

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JOIN US FOR THE 'BE THE CHANGE' EVENT

as we celebrate the first class of female Eagle Scouts

Eagle Scouts have been leading positive change in their communities for more than a century. That tradition continues with the historic inaugural class of Female Eagle Scouts. Help celebrate the leadership accomplishments of the inaugural class as we highlight the positive impact Scouts make in communities every day.

Don't miss out on this very exciting and historic event on February 21, 2021.

 

WHAT’S IN STORE FOR THE EVENT

A full schedule will be available soon, but check out what’s in store for this live, virtual event:

  • Leadership profiles from the Inaugural Class 
  • A preview of the 2021 Summer of Service 
  • VIP tributes from across the nation 
  • Plus, a very special Scouting rededication

 

 

Learn more: scouting.org/bethechange

 

 

 

 

2021 NYLT

 

NYLT  National Youth Leadership Training

Three session to choose from, register below

NYLT #1 July 19th to 24th

NYLT #2 July 26th to 31st

NYLT #3 December 28th to January 2nd

 

NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training) is advanced leadership training for youth troop, teams, ships, and crew leaders. National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action packed program designed to provide young men and women members of the Boy Scouts of America with leadership skills and an experience they can use in their home troops, teams, ships, or crews.   NYLT teaches lifelong leadership skills. The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what a leader must KNOW and what a leader must DO. NYLT provides youth leaders with the HOW-TO skills they need to be strong youth and strong youth leaders

Registration fee $350.00 (Due no later than the participant orientation date)

TO ATTEND, THE SCOUT / VENTURE SCOUT MUST:

  • Be 13 years of age

  • Be a First-Class Scout or Venture Scout

  • Have his/her Unit Leader recommendation

  • Complete ILST - Introduction to Leadership Skills (Troops, Teams). Previously known as Cedar Badge or

  • Complete ILSC - Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (Venturing).

During the course scouts will learn how to use the following leadership skills:

  • Vision – Goals -Planning

  • SMART Goals

  • Problem Solving

  • SSC-Start Stop Continue

  • Stages of Team Development

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Making Ethical Decisions

  • Communication

  • Valuing People

  • Teaching Edge

NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training) is advance leadership training for youth troop, team and crew leaders. NYLT is leadership training for young men and young women. National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action packed program designed to provide youth members of the Boy Scouts of America with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops, teams or crews. NYLT teaches life long leadership skills.

NYLT uses the patrol method to teach team leadership. The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what a leader must KNOW and what a leader must DO. NYLT provides youth leaders with the HOW TO skills they need to be strong youth and strong youth leaders.  

 

2021 Fox Fire

 

 

2021 Wood Badge

 

 

Register for 2021 Spring Wood Badge                                                Register for 2021 Fall Wood Badge

 

 

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