Decemeber 20th, 2021

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      The Council Office will be closed Friday December 24th and Monday Decemeber 27th in observance of Christmas 


Congratultions 2021 Silver Beaver Recipients


 Register for Council Recognition Dinner



Congratulations to the 2021 Silver Beaver Award recipients
Stephen West Gray Arrow District
Thomas Donatoni Temescal District
Leann McKeough Sunrise District
Suzanne Potter Sunrise District
Christine Dull Tahquitz District
Carol Weinrich Tahquitz District
Melvin (Lee) Bayless High Desert District
Parastou Ilbiegi High Desert District



Winter Camp


NEW Option added for Saturday Only! Click on the session and select DAY ONLY!



2022  Summer Camp




For additional information please contact:

California Inland Empire Council

Cynthia Ruiz at 909-793-2463




Council Office Monving


Due to the increase in the commercial real estate market the value of our Council Office building has dramatically increased. This substantial increase led our board to decide to sell our office building and move us to a new location. The Scout Shop will also be moving with us and will be under Council ownership.

These changes will positively impact the future for youth and Scouting of the California Inland Empire Council. We are busy packing and preparing for our move, we look forward to seeing you all on or after February 1st, 2022, at **our new location, 2351 Lugonia Ave., Redlands, CA 92374.**

THE OFFICE AND SCOUT SHOP located at 1230 Indiana Court in redlands Ca will STILL  reamin OPEN AND ACCESSIBLE DURING THE MOVE.


A Christmas Message from Baden Powell



The Flag Remebers Christmas


Many people associate the flag with holidays like the Fourth of July or Memorial Day. But let’s hear some thoughts about what our flag thinks about Christmas.


My very first Christmas, I remember very well, I was in a boat with General George Washington, crossing the Delaware on his way to Valley Forge.

By Christmas of 1814, Francis Scott Key had written a famous song about me after the British had burned our White House. That song became our national anthem.

During the Civil War, on the Christmas of 1862 all men were free from slavery. I was really proud that Christmas.

The Christmas of 1917 was a miserable one. During World War I, I was in France, in a cold and freezing battle but I stayed on to give our men hope.

In 1941, General Douglas MacArthur spent Christmas with me in Manila, cheering our men on during World War II.

I’ve been to Korea, Vietnam, and the Middle East. I’ve even been to the moon. I’ve been almost everywhere in the world, on one Christmas or another, since that long-ago time we crossed the Delaware.

I’ll still be around this Christmas. I might not get as much attention as Christmas trees or presents. But I’ll still be here, giving hope and courage to the men, women, and families of our country.


Amazon Smile




When shopping with Amazon this holiday season use the following link

and Amazon will make a donation to the CIEC in the amount of 5% of your purchase.

Thanks for your support!





2021 Delivering the Promise 


 Cartoon Corner



Thoughts from the Council





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