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Scouting for Food Info 2015

150 door hangers have been provided per Ward. If you did not receive your ward’s door hangers at roundtable this month, they can picked up at:

Heber Scout Store
150 N Main St. #102a
Heber City, UT 84032
(435) 657-0073
Hours: M-F 12:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Process and Timeline:

March 14th – 18th:
Cub Scouts distribute Scouting for Food door hangers on all doors in ward boundaries.

March 21st:
Scouts pick up food from door steps beginning at 10 am and drop off at:

Wasatch District Drop off:

Heber Community Action Services
34 West 200 South
Heber City, UT 84032

To learn more about how Scouting for Food helps fight hunger read the following article in The Boy Scout:

Logging Service Hours:

Log your service hours online at


  1. Obtain a “Unit ID” and “Unit #.” The “Unit ID” is usually the same as the one used to manage “Internet Advancement” So your unit advancement person should report these hours. If you do not know your unit ID you may call the Council Office at 801-437-6222.
    Your “Unit #” is the same number you would put on the sleeve of your uniform. Put a “0” in front of 3 digit numbers. Ex: 0222, 1070, 0214
  2. Register on the website as a “New User.” Fill in the appropriate information and register.
  3. Sign in using the information you just created.
  4. Report service hours for Scouting for Food and any other service provided throughout the year.

Beginning with March Roundtable, we are moving!

Same day, same time, new location: 315 East 500 North, Heber (the LDS church building next to J. R. Smith)

Please share this flyer with every scout leader!

District Roundtable - Tuesday, April 7

315 East 500 North (LDS Meetinghouse next to JR Smith Elementary)
Heber City, Utah 84032

  • 6:45 pm for Cub Scouts
  • 7:00 pm for Boy, Varsity and Venturing Scouts

Monthly Adult Training Scout, Varsity & Venturing Theme:

  • First Aid

Regular Breakouts in addition to the Adult Training Theme will also be held for Cubs, 11 year old Scout, Bouy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturing Scouts, Scout Committees, and CORs.

2015 Wasatch District Timberline - National Youth Leadership Training Course Open for Registration

Delaun Hendrickson of the Wasatch District will be leading this year's Wasatch District Timberline Course.

  • Dates: June 8 - 13, 2015
  • Location: Wolf Creek Ranches
  • Cost: $155.00 per scout
    (LDS units will reimburse 50% of cost after susscussfully completing the course.)

Register online by clicking on the button below:

2015 Varsity All-Star Course

  • Dates: July 13 - 18, 2015
  • Location: Uinta National Forest - East of Heber Valley
  • Cost: Participant $140 ($150 after May 1, 2015), Staff $75.00
    (LDS units will reimburse 50% of cost after successfully completing the course.)

Register online by clicking on the button below:


LDS Journey to Excellence

The Utah National Parks Council has issed a version of Journey to Excellence specifically for LDS Packs, 11 year olds, Troops, Teams, and Crews. These address the same areas of excellence, but the measures are more applicable to how Scouting runs within the LDS church. Please begin using these immediately, in place of the current 2015 Journey to Excellence forms.

Packs | 11 Year Olds | Troops | Teams | Crews

District Newsletter

This newsletter is designed to help adult leaders and parents know what is going on in the Wasatch District.

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New LDS Church Policy for Registration of Youth

The process for registering a youth in the BSA has changed if he is registered in an LDS unit. Please download and circulate these new policies.

 Council Newsletter

The purpose of this monthly newsletter is to inform stake and ward leadership about various Scouting topics and activities that may be of interest.

Read it Here...

LDS-BSA Relationships committees have increased the number of Boy Scouts of America (BSA) local councils working more effectively with local leadership from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) to deliver the quality Scouting program that LDS young men, adult leaders, and the surrounding communities deserve. 

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Heber Scout Service Center


150 N Main, Suite 102
Heber City, Utah 84032
(435) 657-0073 (map)


Monday - Friday
12:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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