Tag Archives: Family Odyssey

By Katie Morrell
Aug 03, 2017

Crossing Countries and Cultures: Chinese Families Visit Tifie Scout Camp

Scouting unites youth across the entire globe by giving them a common goal, personal development. Scouts in every country wear the purple world crest, an emblem of unity and a symbol that no matter the location, Scouting is a worldwide brotherhood.  This week at Tifie Scout Camp, Scouters were reminded of this sacred bond by […]

By Bob Gowans
May 07, 2014

LDS Stake Encampment at Council Properties

In cooperation with the Utah National Parks Council, your Stake can organize an encampment to help fulfill your own Priesthood purposes by leveraging the program expertise and safety features offered through the Councils camps.  This will also relieve any “undue burdens” that are often placed on leaders to organize these camps.  This method will assist […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 16, 2013

Silver Beaver: Thea Jo Buell

Thea Jo Buell, Payson-UT Thea has been an assistant council commissioner and is currently the council Commissioner College Committee Chair having served on the faculty for an impressive 12 Commissioner College courses. She attended Philmont Scout Ranch at least six times and has been heavily involved with Family Odyssey. Congratulations to Thea Jo Buell-

By Melany Gardner
May 16, 2013

Influential Women in Scouting: Janet Rose

Janet Rose Janet Rose has always been willing to accept any calling extended to her.  She has had many callings in the Scouting program on the unit, District and Council levels. She served as the Council’s 1st Wood Badge Course Director for the Council Wood Badge for Family Odyssey.  She serves faithfully in the Scouting […]