Pacific Skyline Council, Boy Scouts of America 
Newsletter - Week of 1 Oct 2012  
Activities

    

Fleur de lis 32 px Trail to 1st Class - Fri-Sun, Oct 5-7, 2012 
Trail to 1st Class is a weekend of skill-learning and fun. In prior years Scouts have worked on their cooking, orienteering, swimming, plant identification and other areas to help round out a Scout's outdoor skillset. Click here for more information.   

 

Cub logo 32 px Cub-On - Fri-Sun, Oct 12-14 or 19-21, 2012  
The Cub-On is a great outdoor opportunity for Cub Scout families to enjoy Cutter Scout Reservation. Each family pitches a tent at one of the group sites with their Cub Scout Pack and spends all day Saturday and half of Sunday participating in activities. Click here for more information 

Cub logo 32 px  JOTA - Jamboree-On-The-Air - Sat-Sun, Oct 20-21, 2012 
The Jamboree-on-the-Air, or JOTA, is an annual Scouting event that uses amateur radio to link Scouts around the world, around the nation, and in your own community. For the Cubs, we will have a JOTA radio station set up at the Cub-On at Cutter Scout Reservation. Click here for more information.

Fleur de lis 32 px NOVA STEM logo STEM Merit Badge Midway - Sat, Dec 1, 2012,   
Merit badge classes available Merit (conditional upon securing merit badge counselors): Astronomy, Chemistry, Electronics, Energy, Engineering, Geology, Model Design & Building, Nuclear Science, Oceanography, Radio, Space Exploration and Weather. Registration starts Mon, Oct 15, 2012. Click here for more info. 
Training
Cub logo 32 px
Basic Adult Leadership Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) - Sat, Oct 13, 2012 
At least one Cub Scout leader is required to have had this training for overnight outings with Cub Scouts. Click here for more information. 
News
New Scout Executive, Brian Curtis

This weekend, the council's Scout Executive Selection Committee met in Palo Alto to interview four quality professionals from the Scouting movement in order to choose one of them as Pacific Skyline Council's new Scout Executive and CEO. Although all four interviewed well, only one could be selected. Beginning on November 1st, the new Scout Executive of the Pacific Skyline Council will be Brian Curtis. Most recently, Brian has been serving as the Chief Operating Officer of the Los Angeles Area Council and comes to us with a wealth of experience. Please watch for more information concerning our new Scout Executive in the coming weeks.

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