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    Updated April 23, 2015


    Monthly District Meetings

    District Operating Committee Meeting
    & Commissioner's Meeting

    2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm
    Location: LDS Church at 810 Walnut in Fremont (map)
    Contact Info: Justin Brown jubrown@bsamail.org

    District Roundtable Meeting

    2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm
    Location: LDS Church at 810 Walnut in Fremont (map)
    Contact Info: Justin Brown jubrown@bsamail.org
    Meeting Details (Updated 1/7/2013)

    Eagle Board of Review

    Contact Info: Merl Nygren nygreme@att.net
    Dates: Usually first Tuesday and third Thursday of the month or as scheduled with the Life Scout candidate. However, dates may change due to number of candidates; site or board member availability.

    Order of the Arrow Ohlone Village Meeting

    2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm
    Location: LDS Church at 810 Walnut in Fremont (map)
    Contact Info: Tom Kacinski - Ohlone Adviser OhloneAdviser@AchewonNimat.org

     



    District News & Events

    2014-2015 Scouting Year

    View the 2014-2015 Mission Peak District Calendar (Rev 10/16/2014).

    The calendar covers the dates 7/1/14-12/31/15. We will try to limit revisions, but they will be made as needed. So be sure to check it out when you see a new revision date. Changes will be highlighted in yellow.

    • 10/16/14 - Scouting for food dates updated.
    Mission Peak District Volunteer Recognition Dinner - May 9, 2015

    The Mission Peak District Volunteer Recognition Dinner (also known as the “District Dinner”) is coming up!

    When: May 9, 2015, gather at 5pm, dinner and program start at 6pm
    Where: Southern Alameda County Buddhist Church (32975 Alvarado-Niles Rd, Union City, CA)
    Cost: $25/person
    Reservations: Online or contact Justin Brown justin.brown@scouting.org (510-577-9238)
    Menu: coming soon
    Who: YOU! The District Dinner is where we recognize those in the district who are outstanding volunteers. There are three progressive levels of awards to be handed out - District Certificate, District Plaque, and the District Award of Merit. Come out and cheer on this year’s awardees! This year we will announce the Certificate and Plaque awards, but you’ll have to attend the dinner to learn who will be awarded the District’s highest adult volunteer award, the District Award of Merit. Stay tuned. Many units also selected a volunteer for the Unit Spark Plug Award.

    The theme this year is "Western".

    Mission Peak District Award Nominations

    Is there someone in your unit that is an outstanding Scouter? The online nomination form will remain active for you to submit your nominations at any time.

    Unit Commissioners

    Do you know who your Unit Commissioner is? Find your Unit Commissioner.

    What is a Commissioner?

    Tour Permits

    Need to fill out a tour permit? Check out the latest information on filing a tour permit (updated: March 1, 2011).

    Youth Protection Training

    All registered Cub Scout leaders and "direct contact" active adults need to keep their Youth Protection Training current, which is not more than 2 year old. This course can be taken on line through MyScouting, or when available through a face to face course.

    You do not need to be a registered leader nor do you need a Member ID (you can enter this information later) to take the online course. You will need to set up a MyScouting account to take the online YPT. Here's a link to the Boy Scouts of America page where the new YPT requirements are discussed and where My Scouting can be accessed: http://scouting.org/Training/YouthProtection.aspx. Here's the link to the MyScouting sign-in page: https://myscouting.scouting.org/_layouts/MyScouting/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f_layouts%2fAuthenticate.aspx%3fSource%3d%252f&Source=%2f.

    Remember: When you take a face to face training course be sure to bring your Scout ID card, which includes your Scout ID number. If you are unable to find your Scout ID card, please get your Scout ID number from your Cubmaster or Committee Chair or print a temporary Scout membership card from the Internet Advancement section of MyScouting.

    District Changes & News

    Want to be notified of late-breaking changes and news in the district? Has your e-mail address changed? Send the following information to MissionPeakDistrict-subscribe@yahoogroups.com:

    • name
    • unit #
    • scouting position
    • e-mail address

     


     

    Boy Scouts News & Events

    (Updated 4/23/2015)

    • Merit Badge Expo

      What : Merit Badge Expo
      When: May 9, 2015, 9am - 11am come and go at any time - there is no opening / closing program
      Where: Decoto Rd LDS Church (3551 Decoto Rd, Fremont, CA)

      What is a Merit Badge Expo? This is a "meet-and-greet" format, where scouts and Merit Badge Counselors can connect, set up a time to meet later. No Merit Badges will be earned, no Blue Cards signed. (Scouts should have a Blue Card signed by their Scoutmaster before actually starting on a merit badge). Merit Badge Counselors will sit at a table marked with the list of Merit Badges offered. Scouts and Counselors exchange contact information, and can arrange for their next meeting to review progress at a time of their choosing.

      Merit Badge Counselors needed for this event: If you are a registered Merit Badge Counselor, please contact Justin Brown (justin.brown@scouting.org

     


     

    Cub Scouts News & Events

    (Updated 4/23/2015)

    • Webelos Haunted Woods is coming May 30-31st, 2015!! Space is still available.
      The late fee has been waived - final cut off will be May 15th, 2015.
      If you and your Webelos scout are interested in attending, then send your form in with your payment of $56 for 1 parent and 1 scout.
      It's going to be a howling good time!
      Flyer
    • Webelos Troop Shopping
    • Cub Scout Program Changes
    • 2014-2015 Cub Scout Camping Dates

     



    JOIN SCOUTING

    Boy Scouts of America offers terrific programs that help youth grow their character, citizenship and fitness (mental, moral and physical).

    • For boys in the 1st - 5th grade, the program is called Cub Scouts, and they are organized into groups called packs, which are typically organized near a school or house of worship.
    • For boys in the 6th-12th grade, the program is called Boy Scouts, and they are organized into groups called troops.
    • For girls and boys 14 years of age or 13 years of age and completion of the eighth grade and under 21 years of age, there are additional programs. Venturers are organized into crews. Explorers are organized into posts.

    For more information on joining Boy Scouts of America or finding a unit in the Fremont, Union City, Newark area, contact Steve Armstrong starmstr@comcast.net or Justin Brown jubrown@bsamail.org. A list of open units and their meeting notes is posted on our About page.