National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) 2018
JULY 30 – AUGUST 4, 2018
INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON, IN
Interested in going? Please complete the form below:
2017 Camp Lawton Work Day
Calling all Cub Scouts, Webelos Scouts, Boy Socuts, Venturers, Varsity Scouts, Sea Scouts, and Explorers!
We need your help to fix-up and clean up Camp Lawton for the Summer Camping Season. Units who are particiapting in the Work Day may camp overnight at Camp Lawton for free on a first come, First Served basis.
Lunch will be provided on Saturday, May 6, 2017. If you have any questions please conatct the Council Maintenance Chair Greg Pallack @ Gregpallack@gmail.com or the Council Office @ 520-750-0385
We will meet at the Camp Lawton Dining Hall at 8:00 am to begin work on the various prjects. Coffee, water and lunch will be provided at each work day. Please sign up to attend the work day on May 6, 2017 so we can plan appropriately for lunch. Please bring gloves and any tools (if you have them) to help.
Your help will make a difference for thousands of Scouts using Camp Lawton in the years to come! THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!
Lunch will be provided.
There is no cost, but we need to know how many are coming, so we have plenty of food.
Please fill out the form below:
ARIZONA GIVES DAY – APRIL 4, 2017
This year you have until April 28, 2017 to complete your Arizona Charitable Tax Credit donation to a Qualifying Charitable Organization. This includes our Scoutreach, LLC. The limit for 2016 went up to $400 for individuals and $800 for married couples filed jointly. Additional details can be found on Arizona Department of Revenue Form 321 and Instructions. Click Here for more information https://catalinacouncil.org/support-scouting/arizona-tax-credit/
BSA AQUATICS SUPERVISION
PADDLE CRAFT SAFETY 2017
1 1/2 days course:
Friday, 6/16 & Saturday, 6/17
This course provides BSA leaders and older Scouts with information and skills to confidently supervise canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding excursions on flat water. Topics covered include: canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, as well as navigation skills, terminology, stroke, maneuvering, safety, recovery and rescue with watercraft. Training is 1 1/2 days long: Friday evening 5-9pm classroom & Saturday 8am-6pm water skills at lake. First aid training, including CPR, is not included in this course. (First Aid classes: 8 hours Basic First Aid, CPR & AED are being offered 4/29; 8am-5pm at Scout Office or 2 days/16 hours course Wilderness First Aid 4/22-23 at Double V Scout Ranch.)
The course expands the awareness instruction provided by Safety Afloat training. It includes the skills and knowledge needed for a unit leader to confidently supervise canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding excursions on flat water, as well as supervise and counsel canoeing and kayaking merit badges. The training is open to any registered adult leader, Scout, Venturer, or Explorer age 15 or older. After successful completion of this course a training card, patch, and rocker will be issued; certificate is valid for three years.
Friday, 6/16; 5-9pm—(the NEW) Scout Office, 2250 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85719, class instruction.
Saturday, 6/17; 8am-6pm—Sahuarita Lake Park, 15466 S. Rancho Sahuarita Blvd., Sahuarita, AZ 85629. Training will be at North ramada, so park on street or at North parking lot on S. Camino Lago Azul.
PREREQUISITES: Age 15 or older. Must pass the BSA Swimmer Test to participate. This course involves swimming; therefore, participants must meet Personal Health Review criteria. Participants must turn in and bring current BSA Medical Form Parts A & B, Safe Swim, and Safety Afloat training card before or upon arrival at lake. Also, download PDF and bring a copy of the Aquatics Supervision Manual 430-501:
WHAT TO EXPECT: During this course, among other things, you will:
Registration & event contact:
John Longhofer, Aquatics Director 520-990-4442
Fee $30, includes lunch & snack on Saturday; spaces limited; deadline 6/14.
The buzz around Council is all the fun that was had at the first Creative Juice Art Bar Event. IT’S NOT TOO LATE~sign-up for Wednesday March 8th at 6:00 pm OR Sunday, March 12th at 3:00 pm.
The Catalina Council Shooting Sports Committee is pleased to offer USA/NAA Archery Instructor Level 1 and BSA Archery Instructor/Range Master Instructor Certification Courses for adult and youth (over age 15). This course is being held on March 4th, 8am to 5pm, at the DV Scout Ranch – Archery Range. Cost is $60.00. Certification is good for three years. To register and for more information contact John Longhofer at email: email@example.com or Cell (520) 990-4442
This is an instructor course, not a basic skills course. You should have some knowledge and experience in archery prior to taking this course. However, this is also a good course to take to learn the essentials to improve your archery skills. Certification is valid for three years, but may be renewed based on teaching experience and/or helping run two shooting events each year, without having to retake the class. You’ll learn how to set up and operate a safe short-term archery range or archery program, how to teach new archers, how to maintain your equipment, and learn common shooting errors and correction which may also help your own skills. You’ll also learn the BSA archery range rules and safety regulations, and the specific requirements and limitations imposed on archery events by BSA. When taking this course we are asking you to help with unit, district and council shooting events. You must conduct at least one event each year to stay active as an Instructor.
This is a full day course with a 50 question written exam and pre-shoot safety briefing that you must pass in order to obtain the certification. Those who successfully complete the instructor course will be able to:
Hosted by Tucson Arizona Rincon and East Stakes of the Spanish Trails District, and South Stake of the Santa Cruz Valley District
Saturday, February 18, 2016
7:00am – 1:00pm (end dependent on training taken)
Rita Ranch Meetinghouse 10220 Rees Loop, Tucson, AZ 85747
Exception: Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills starts at 6:00 pm on the 17th, includes an overnighter, and ends at 4:00 pm on the 18th) – contact Ryan Andrus (Ryan.Andrus@azbar.org) for an equipment list and location details.
You can register by Clicking Here
Please email Ryan Andrus (Ryan.Andrus@azbar.org) with any questions.
Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills: 6:00 pm Feb. 17th to 4:00 pm Feb. 18th
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The University of Arizona has some tickets in Section 122 of McKale for some upcoming Men’s Basketball game and they wanted to see if any of our units would be interested.
The tickets will be discounted down to $20 per ticket for groups of 25+ (they will work with smaller units). The games are:
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You can contact Justin Kirk directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 520-626-3110.
OUR GROWING STEM PROGRAM.
FIND OUT HOW WE CAN MOTIVATE LEADERS,
TRAIN, AND RUN THE STEM PROGRAM
LIKE A TRADITIONAL UNIT.
JAN 11TH @ 7:00 P.M.
CATALINA COUNCIL OFFICE
ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT LISA STALLCUP @ 520-458-1072
Catalina Scout Shop
2250 E Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85719
M- F: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Sat: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Catalina Council Office 2250 E Broadway Blvd Phone: 520-750-0385 or
M- F: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm