LOCAL NEWS FROM THE UTAH NATIONAL PARKS COUNCIL, BSA  JAN 2018 

 
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By Maria Milligan, Chief of Staff
Utah National Parks Council

President Monson Exemplified the Scout Oath and Law

Last week, President Thomas S. Monson, 16th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died in his home surrounded by family and friends. Members of the Church around the world are mourning his passing, but they are not alone. President Monson had a profound influence on […]
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By Kimball Vaughn, Marketing Associate
Utah National Parks Council

Leadership Training for Stake & Ward Primary Presidencies at University of Scouting

Are you member of the stake or ward primary presidency? Do you have any idea what to do with Scouting as a part of your calling? This year at the University of Scouting Feb 24, 2018 at UVU is the place for answers. We’re excited to announce a new event in conjunction with University of Scouting […]
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By Madison Austin, Marketing Associate
Utah National Parks Council

Scout Saver Cards Can Fund Your Dream Scout Year

Scouting has many expenses, but you shouldn’t let that stop you from planning your dream year of Scouting. With Scout Saver Cards, you can earn the funds you need for your unit’s ideal year! $10 of every card stays with the unit and $5 goes back to local Scouting. All cards also include a ticket to your local Scout Show […]
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By Julia Thompson, Marketing Associate
Utah National Parks Council

Klondikes are Here, Are You Ready?
Christmas is over and winter is in full force, even if we do not have the weather to show it. One thing that is for sure during winter, though, is Klondikes. Starting now, every weekend until March is full of Klondike events in various districts throughout the Council camps. While this may not seem intriguing […]
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By Katelyn Kenedy, Marketing Associate
Utah National Parks Council

Eagle Scout, Dexter Ellis, Earns All 138 Merit Badges and Much More
Any of the four percent of Scouts who have earned their Eagle Award know that completing all of the requirements necessary is a task that takes years of commitment and sheer willpower— it’s no wonder Scouts commonly (and proudly) admit that earning their Eagle was the hardest thing they have ever done. But what happens […]
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