Category: Council News

We are Hiring NOW for 2022 Summer Camp Staff!

It’s never too early to think about next summer’s best job out in the forest! The Crater Lake Council is now hiring for summer camp staff. We are looking for outstanding men and women ages 14+ that want to enjoy a great summertime camp experience where fun, learning, teaching, and serving young Scouts is the […]

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Thank You to the Sponsors of This Year’s Golf Outing!

The Crater Lake Council would like to thank all the golf sponsors and participants at the 36th annual Southern Oregon Golf Outing. With your help, we were able to raise over $35,000 to support Scouting in the Rogue Valley! It was great fun, and we hope to see you and many more at next year’s […]

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New Adventures Await at Camp McLoughlin in 2022!

Autumn may be here, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look forward to sunny skies and next summer! We would like to invite you and your Scouting unit to join us at the Crater Lake Council’s Summer Resident Camps for 2022! Camping is a great time in the life of a Scout. It is a […]

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Looks like footprints! This must be a Sasquatch clue!

Sasquatch is roaming around in search of popcorn! This year for some pop-tastic fun, we’re tasking our popcorn-selling units to participate in a fun search for Sasquatch! Each week we will be finding clues and checking off missions until we find him! You mean you didn’t hear about our popcorn-loving friend the Sasquatch? Find out […]

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Popcorn Sales: Perks, Raffle Drawings, and Sasquatch!

All units selling popcorn start with 30% commission from retail price, with a potential of 35% Units registered by July 1st – receive an additional 1% Units selling an average of $500/registered Scout* – receive an additional 2% Units selling an average of $1000/registered Scout* – receive an additional 2% *number of registered Scouts as of […]

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National Fee Increase as of August 1st, 2021

Over the last few months, we have seen the Scouting community come together, even while physically apart, to bring solutions, relief and comfort to those in need. From making masks to supporting food banks, Scouting has been a vital partner for communities across the country. The value of Scouting is undeniable for those within the […]

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July 10th Work Day at Camp Makualla

Some changes are coming to the dining hall at Camp Makualla! The OA Lodge is having a work day at camp on July 10, 2021. Contact the Lodge to find out more. We will be feeding lunch to all that show up. If you plan to join us please let us know so we have […]

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Announcing Our 2021 Class of Silver Beavers!

On behalf of the Executive Board and Scout Executive James Westfall, congratulations to our class of 2021 Silver Beavers. These wonderful Scouters were nominated by fellow volunteers and selected by a group of past Silver Beaver recipients who made up the selection committee.   The Silver Beaver is the highest honor a local Council can […]

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Wild Rivers! Cub Scouts Are Coming Back to Downtown Medford

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Important Updates Regarding Local Scouting

COVID-19 Mask Guidelines & Scouting On May 13, the CDC updated the guidance on wearing masks as it relates to the COVID Pandemic. While this is positive news, we are waiting for the States of Oregon and California to update their rules for mask wearing and additional guidance from the National Boy Scout Council before changes […]

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