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2525 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
Eugene, OR, 97401
United States

5414854433

Oregon Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America serves more than 5,000 youth, supported by over 2,500 adults in over 400 units. It includes 7 districts in 6 counties covering Western Oregon including communities like Eugene, Springfield, Corvallis, Roseburg, and Coos Bay. Scouts are also served along the Oregon Coast is covered from Lincoln City to Brookings. 

Cub Adventure Conference

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Cub Leaders everywhere will want to attend
the Cub Adventure Conference
January 27, 2018 at the West 18th Ave. LDS Church, Eugene.

The single BIGGEST day of Cub Leader Training and Fellowship in Oregon Trail Council will be held at the LDS Church on West 18th in Eugene with 3 different tracks to meet your individual and Pack needs.

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TRACK 1 – Cub Leader Specific Training

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with breakouts for Cubmasters, Den Leaders, and Committee Members. This is the BSA Training for Cub Leaders to be considered "TRAINED"

    TRACK 2 – BALOO – Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation

    This training provides the know-how and secret sauce to include great outdoor program components in your Pack program.  Required for Cub Family Camping activities

    TRACK 3 – Advanced Cub Program Workshops

    6 different topics to choose from (you pick 4). Go beyond the basics to bring the BEST Cub Scout Leader Practices to your Cubs and Families.  Pre-req. You must have completed Cub Leader Specific for your position to attend these courses.  Cub Leader Specific courses are available at http://my.scouting.org

    Courses include:

    • Lions & Tigers, Oh My!: Serving our youngest Scouts and Families
    • Webelos Activities: Programs for our oldest Cubs and helping them cross-over in the Boy Scouting Adventure
    • Growing the Pack: Best practices for inviting families and building the community of Cub Scouting
    • Leave No Trace for Cubs:  Sharing the love of the outdoors and the responsibility we all share with our younger Scouts in a fun and engaging way.
    • Ceremonies, Songs & Skits: Adding pizzazz and significance to pack & den meetings 
    • Cub Games: Tons of ideas for getting Cubs moving and learning
    • Special Needs Scouting: Best practices for inclusive programs and helping every Scout get the most out of their experience.
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    Questions: Contact Rob at 541-284-4393 or rmaclaun@otcbsa.org