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Alpine District

Akela's Council


What Is Akela's Council? This is an exciting 4 1/2 day Cub Scout Leader Training for those who have completed the Leader Basic Training. This fast-paced and inspiring training covers den doodles, den yells, relationships, Cub Scout forms, resources, Sports/Academic program, skits, puppets, charter renewal, BSA policies, insignia, Webelos Outdoor Experience, Cub Scouts with disabilities and much more. Past participants have deemed Akela's Council to be the most motivating and enjoyable training they have ever completed. Registration is limited so register early for this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
This training meets the needs of all pack level leaders.

When and where does it happen?
In 2012, Akela's Council will be held twice:
* Frandsen Scout Ranch (located at Scofield Reservoir) on July 24-28, 2012
* Tifie Scout Camp at Mountain Dell (near Mount Pleasant) on September 11-15, 2012

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Attention boys age 7-12!

A community based, non-denominational troop is starting up near you!  Please contact Nancy Brimhall @ 801-492-0864



An outdoor program and activity for Webelos Scouts and their Dad (or other adult partner)                 

DATE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 18TH PLACE MUTUAL DELL, AF  CANYON Time: 9am  to 3:30pm (Check-in and breakfast from 7:30am - 9am)         

To register, click here

Cost is $16.00 ($8 per scout & $8 per father/guest)

Purpose of Webelos Woods

The purpose of this outdoor experience is to create a genuine desire in all Webelos Scouts to know more about Boy Scouting.  During the day, they will experience being part of a patrol and a troop, learn scouting skills, take a nature hike and participate in a campfire program.  This activity is a natural stepping stone for the Webelos Scout to move into Boy Scouts.  The boys will also complete requirements for Activity Badges and the Arrow of Light.


What to Bring:

Wear Your Uniform


Dress appropriately for the weather

Health forms for BOTH Scout and father (or other adult partner)

Role of Father/Guest:

He is our guest

He should help, encourage, and help his boy

He should participate with his Webelos Scout

He should consider himself part of the Scout patrol

He should follow the patrol leader

  • Health Forms need to be on file at the camp for Both Scout and Father/Guest See link to health forms as you register; no physical required
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided at camp
  • Activities will finish between 3:30 and 4pm
  • The Alpine District Webelos Woods activities begin on Saturday morning; however, campsites at Mutual Dell will be available on Friday night if a father chooses to camp overnight with his son
  • The Webelos Scout should come wearing his uniform
  • This is an experience for the Scout, but every boy is REQUIRED to come with either his father or other adult guest


Questions?  Call Rebekah Kaylor 801-756-7668

or Lenore Carrier 801-380-5777

Summer Camp

Cub Scouts and girls can embark on their first, second, or third experience at camp Jeremiah Johnson.  BB shootine, archery, rafting, crafts, games and exploring nature all call to the bright eyes of a young one eager for outdoor fun.  A well stocked trading post for treats and trinkets beckons as well as oportunities for advancement.

To register click on the camps link aboove and follow the signs to

Camp JJ!

2012 Alpine District

Cub Scout Olympics


Date: Saturday, June 16th

Time: 8:30am to Noon

(Check-in & Breakfast from 8:30 -9am )



Place: Pavilion and Fields West of Highland Stake Center

5335 W 11200 N Highland, UT


Click Here to Register


*Cost is $3 per scout/leader

*Breakfast is included

*BSA Health Forms Required

*Cub Scouts should be in uniform

*Please arrange for at least one adult leader for every 5 boys



Questions? Call Rebekah Kaylor 801-756-7668

or Lenore Carrier 801-380-5777