Baloo and Owl training to be offered Locally

Save the Date. Baloo and Owl training will be offered LOCALLY to Cub Scout leaders next month.
When – Saturday, March 24th from approximately 9am – 330pm
Where – Exact location is still being determined…but it WILL be LOCAL
How Much – The exact cost is still being determined, but it will be minimal…enough to cover cost of materials and lunch
Registration due by March 10th. Please contact to register.
This is a GREAT opportunity to help your Pack get out and do some weekend camping when the weather warms up. Camping is very important to the Scouting program. Statistics show that boys who camp are more likely to stay in Scouting.
Both courses will be run at the same time on Saturday. There is different material covered for each course. Therefore, leaders must choose one or the other.
BALOO – Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation for Cub Scout leaders is a one-day training event that introduces participants to the skills needed to plan and conduct Pack outdoor activities, particularly pack camping. This training is required for any adult who is in charge of planning a pack campout, and it is required that at least one adult per pack complete BALOO training in order to apply for tour permits. 
OWL – Outdoor Webelos Leader Training is for all Webelos leaders. This training course covers the skills & resources needed to teach the outdoor activity badges and helps to provide good & safe outdoor experiences. Completion of this training is required before a Webelos den can go on a campout. 


One response to “Baloo and Owl training to be offered Locally

  1. Pingback: GREAT training opportunities available to scout leaders | Fort Clatsop District Boy Scouts of America

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