Tag Archives: Young Women

By Maloree Anderson
Oct 23, 2017

GIRLS ONLY! Klondike Derby Adventure at Maple Dell Scout Camp

Klondikes aren’t new to Scouting. In fact, it’s been a fun, chilly adventure that Scouts have been participating in for years. But, in 2018, Maple Dell Scout Camp will be hosting an all girls 2018 Klondike Derby Adventure. Young women, ages 12-18, are invited to spend the weekend at camp and participate in some of […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 11, 2017

Local Scouting Partners Can Now Choose to Include Girls

Utah National Parks Council, BSA Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, the Boy Scouts of America Board of Directors unanimously decided to welcome girls into its Cub Scout program and to deliver a Scouting program for older girls that will enable them to advance and earn the highest rank of Eagle Scout. You can read more […]

By Madison Austin
Oct 08, 2017

History Highlights of LDS Girls in Scouting

The position and involvement of LDS girls in Scouting has always been somewhat vague and often misunderstood. Follow along for some quick history highlights and explanations of how we came to the current position of girls in Scouting.  In the beginning… In 1869, the Young Ladies Mutual Improvement Association was organized by Brigham Young to encourage […]

By Makenzie Wistisen
Sep 22, 2017

First All-Girl Venturing Crew at BSA National Jamboree Shares Their Adventure

In July of this year and for the first time ever, an All-Girl Venturing Crew attended the 2017 National Scouting Jamboree from the Utah National Parks Council. Girls between the ages of 14-20 were invited to join Crew C16 and participate in Scouting’s highest adventure for 10 whole days of everything Scouting has to offer: […]

By Darryl Alder
Dec 23, 2015

LDS/BSA Summit: Summary and Conclusion

This is part 8 of an 8-part report. Other reports include these: The Chief’s Thoughts on the LDS Partnership How to Better Serve LDS Scouting Partners Adapting and Implementing Scouting for LDS Purposes Unified Alignment and Service Model Leadership Training The Impact of Technology The Cost of Scouting Early in December, a team of determined Scouters, including […]

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 […]