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April 16, 2018



World Scout Jamboree 2019


WSJ2019 US contingent information





Exploring Event!


Please attend even if you are unable to register.

For anyone not able to attend this event during the day, there is an evening event at the same location at 7:00pm.




Spring Wood Badge



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.


register here for Spring Wood Badge



Campership Deadline


Don't miss out in an awesome Summer Camp Adventure Download Campership Application Here



Day Camp



Summer Fun for Cub Scouts at a Day Camp Near You!

The California Inland Empire Council offers a choice of 9 affordable day camps for Cub Scouts to participate in this summer. Day camps are available for 1 to 5 days from June to July.

What can you do at Cub Scout Day Camp?

  • BB Gun & Archery Ranges
  • Field Sports like Softball, Basketball, Flag Football and more!
  • Theme Games
  • Crafts, Skits & Songs
  • Advancement Opportunities



 Temescal South Tahquitz North Tahquitz South

June 4th - 8th

2 Sessions available each day!

9:00am to 1:00pm or 4:00pm to 8:00pm

3600 Norconian Dr. Norco 92860

Family Friday address: 1510 Taber St Corona 92881

Camp Director: Cassie Edwards


Register Here For The Morning

The afternoon session is full



June 12th - 15th

4:00pm to 8:00pm each day

32665 Haddock St. Winchester 92596

Camp Director: Nichole Horsley


Register Here



June 19th - 22nd

3:00pm to 8:00pm each day

23800 Washington Ave. Murrieta 92562

Camp Director: Kelly Cromwell


Register Here!


High Desert Sunrise Old Baldy

June 19th - 22nd

4:00pm to 8:00pm

12555 Navajo Rd. Apple Valley 92308

Camp Director: Heidi Battaglia


Register Here

June 22nd - 24th

Friday 4pm-8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 1pm-6pm

30-010 Date Palm Dr. Cathedral City 92234

Camp Director: Veronica Borboa


Register Here


June 25th - 29th

4:00pm to 8:00pm

6829 Etiwanda Ave. Rancho Cucamonga 91739

Camp Director: Carolyn Goss


Register Here


Mt. Rubidoux Grayback Temescal North

June 25th - 29th

3:00pm to 8:00pm

7621 Granite Hill Dr. Riverside 92509

Camp Director: Mandy Widmer


Register Here



July 13th - 14th

8:00am to 4:00pm

1205 West Crescent Ave Redlands 92373

Camp Director: Monica Zollinger


Register Here



July 16th - 20th

3:00pm to 8:00pm

3354 Eucalyptus Ave Chino Hills 91709

Camp Director: Erika Haro


Register Here




Fix N Fun Weekend


Register here for BSR Fix -N-Fun Weekend




Mt Rubidoux IOLS this past weekend


Avengers Assemble at Camporee!

Troop Avenger assembled at the Mt. Rubidoux District Camporee that was held at Lake Perris. Actually, it was the 13 participants from all over the council enrolled in Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS). They formed two patrols (with flags and yells!): Deadly Black Widows and Fearless Hulks. Not only did they learn the skills to lead Scouts in the outdoors but they participated in two camporee games! By forming patrols and competing as them, they learned more about the patrol method and how to effectively use it in the troop. All of the participants were either troop committee members, transitioning from Webelos or assistant Scoutmasters.  They learned a lot from the trainers, comprised of Scouters, merit badge counselors and a team from Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center. They learned a lot while having lots of fun! Loki, watch out!


Check out these up coming trainings






COPE Instructor Level I/II Training


Click here to register COPE Instructor Training


Order of the Arrow National Leadership Seminar


Cahuilla Lodge was well represented, in attendance were our Lodge Chief, Jorge, Lodge Secretary Jesse, Lodge Treasure Jesse,  Wanakik Chapter Vice Chief James, Navajo Chapter Chief Matthew, Navajo Chapter Indian Affairs Nick, Navajo Chapter OA Representative Victor , Navajo Chapter Members Lex and Nathan,

Adult Advisors in attendance; Eric Jones Navajo Chapter Adviser, Richard Hasler Wanakik Chapter Associate Adviser, Tim Perez Navajo Chapter Associate Adviser, James Quinn A-Tsa Chapter Associate Adviser, Ronny Macias Navajo Chapter Associate Adviser.




Mount Rubidoux District OA call out



30 Scouts were nominated by there colleagues and called out for the Order of the Arrow at the Mount Rubidoux District Camporee  by the Wanikik Chapter Arrowmen





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