Monday Memo October 10th, 2022
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INTERNET RECHARTERING OPEN


Recharter System Opens: Saturday, October 1, 2022

Recharter Due Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Charters will be submitted through Internet Advancement 2.0 (https://advancements.scouting.org) using the same login credentials that you use for my.scouting and Scoutbook. We strongly advise units to pay their charter fees directly to Council, as this will allow us to make changes to a charter once it is submitted.

Check out our 2023 Recharter Incentive!

Click here to find out how to qualify for the Recharter Incentive!

RECHARTER ACCESS
Only Key 3 Leaders will have access - this includes the Chartered Organization Representative, Committee Chair, and Cubmaster/Scoutmaster/Crew Advisor/Skipper to complete the recharter.

DELEGATES
If another registered Unit Leader (perhaps a Committee Member or Assistant Scoutmaster/Cubmaster) is to complete the recharter they must be assigned the KEY 3 DELEGATE functional role to have permissions within the system. Click on the link below for a tutorial on assigning delegates and functional roles within my.scouting.org: https://vimeo.com/551541655

FEES

  • Youth Registration - $129
  • New Member Joining Fee - $25 (for youth completely new to the program)
  • Adults - $63
  • Unit Charter Fee - $100
  • Scout Life Subscription - $15

HELPFUL LINKS

Internet Rechartering Website https://advancements.scouting.org

Helpful Videos https://www.scouting.org/commissioners/internet-rechartering/

User Guide click here

For additional information about rechartering please contact your District Executive or the Council Registrar, Cynthia Ruiz.

Mt. Rubidoux Jordan McCandless jordan.mccandless@scouting.org

Temescal Erika Haro erika.haro@scouting.org

High Desert Frank Solla frank.solla@scouting.org

Sunrise Pam Ramont pamramont@yahoo.com

Tahquitz Tim Long tim.long@scouting.org

Gray Arrow Frank Solla frank.solla@scouting.org

Old Baldy Patrick Willard patrick.willard@scouting.org

Council Registrar Cynthia Ruiz cynthia.ruiz@scouting,org

 


SILVER BEAVER


Silver Beaver Application

It is once again time to nominate those selfless volunteers in our great Council that have made a significant impact in our service to youth! The Silver Beaver Award was introduced in 1931 and is a Council level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America.  Recipients of this award are registered Scouters who have given service to youth at the Council level, not in a unit or the district. Please make sure to fill out the form completely, do research on your nominee and fill in all the blanks. Remember to forward to your District Chair for review and signature.  Applications that are not approved by District Chairs will not be accepted.

This nomination form must be sent to the CIEC office by November 28th, 2022. Late forms will not be accepted for evaluation. Do not attach any additional statements or letters of recommendation to this form. Forms can be submitted electronically to beverly.gruendner@scouting.org


Eerie Emerson Registration 



Heavy Metal Weekend Registration



Ontario Clippers Scout Night


 

NRA Rifle Instructor Course Registration



Fall 2022 Esports Tournament Series Announced 


BSA is excited to announce the Fall 2022 Esports Tournament Series! Throughout the month of October, Scouts aged 8-12 and 13-17 will be able to compete in single-day tournaments in Smash Ultimate, Rocket League, and Madden 23! 

Rocket League - 3v3 

  • Date: Sat, October 15 @ 2pm ET 
  • Eligible Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch 
  • Ages 8-12: Register Here 
  • Ages 13-17: Register Here 

Madden 23 - Solos 

  • Date: Sat, October 22 @ 2pm ET 
  • Eligible Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S 
  • Ages 8-12: Register Here 
  • Ages 13-17: Register Here 

(Players using Xbox Series X | S must have the MVP Edition in order to download the Xbox One version to enable crossplay) 

Smash Ultimate - Solos 

The winner from each tournament and age division will receive a $100 gift card to www.ScoutShop.org

Questions? Email Thomas.Rugh@scouting.org.  


Check out the 2023 CIEC Program Guide


Camping

      

National Jamboree

Guide where to go camping

2023 Camp Program Guide

Training

  

                        
Events

Popcorn Sales

 

Resources

Link to Cahuilla Lodge

AB506 Resource Page

Delivering the Promise

Eagle Scout Resources

SAFETY MOMENT - BUNK BEDS

SUMMARY

On average, 36,000 injuries related to bunk beds occur in the United States each year, according to Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the American Academy of Pediatrics. The head and neck are most prone to injuries due to falls from bunk beds. Our Scouting family is not immune to this risk.

GENERAL INFORMATION

What can be done to reduce the risk?

Use guard rails on both sides of the top bunk. Gaps should be 3.5 inches or smaller to prevent strangulation. Guard rails should extend at least 5 inches above the top of the mattress on the top bunk. The photo above shows how one council recently retrofitted the bunk beds at their camp.

Verify that the foundation of the mattress is strong and that the mattress is the correct size. Are there any weight limitations?

Teach children how to safely climb the ladder.

Children under age 6—or anyone with a history of sleepwalking or a fear of heights—should sleep on the lowest bed.

Roughhousing, bouncing, or playing on the top bunk or ladder is inappropriate.

It is preferable to place the bunk beds in the corner of the room away from ceiling fans.

Install a night light near the ladder.

Ladders need to be securely fastened to the bunk beds.

Objects such as belts, scarves, neckerchiefs, or ropes that could cause a hanging need to be stored away from the bed.

Take the bunk out of service if the ladder or beds are broken, damaged, or missing.

Many sports and outdoor retailers sell bunk-bed cots, with and without side organizers. However, these cots usually do not have safety rails and even though they aren’t as tall as home or dormitory bunk beds, injuries from falls can still happen.

Here are some safety tips for bunk-bed cots.

If possible, install rigid safety rails on the long sides of the top bunk, at least 5 inches above the support rail. Note: This is required if the bottom of the top bunk is more than 30 inches from the floor.

Review the manufacturer’s guidelines for weight limits on the top and bottom bunks.

Teach all Scouts and adults how to safely get into and out of the top bunk. It is best to do this at the head or foot of the bunk. Never enter or exit the top bunk from the sides.

Do not use the cot if the bunks are damaged.

Do not enter or exit the bunk-bed cot at night without adequate lighting.

Bunk beds and bunk-bed cots are especially useful in sleeping quarters where the amount of space is limited. However, make sure to follow the above safety practices to help prevent injuries.

Scout Shop

Eagle Scout Frames and other Eagle Scout gifts

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Redlands CA, 92374 909-793-2463

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Tuesday through Friday 10:00am to 5:30pm

Saturdays 10:00am to 4:00pm

Closed Sunday and Monday

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