Tag Archives: fire safety

By Darryl Alder
Aug 23, 2017

Do You Need an Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills?

Nearly every Scouter in the Council has some training in Scouting and now, with the new online courses at my.Scouting.org training has become a breeze. However, the capstone to basic training, is NorthStar or Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills. This course is only taught well… outdoors.  In order to be considered “trained,” along with Scoutmaster Specific Training, […]

By Nick Hutchinson
May 31, 2017

Fly High With Your Scouts at Aviation Adventure in Heber City

Wasatch District is pleased to announce Aviation Adventure in conjunction with the Heber City Airport. Come learn about opportunities available in aviation, fire, and police services while working on some amazing merit badges. Don’t worry; any Scout or Scout troop in the Council is welcome and encouraged to participate and can even stay overnight! We […]

By Paul Tikalsky
Mar 19, 2017

Merit Badges Boost LDS Missionaries’ Safety and Health

Five of my kids served missions in diverse places: Idaho, Guatemala, Argentina, and Colorado (two served in Colorado). No matter where they went, mission health and safety mattered. My children needed to know what to do in difficult situations to protect themselves, their companions, and others. Like them, all young men and women face unusual […]