Serving Southern Arizona
The mission of Catalina Council is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Our youth organization offers programs and activities that instill values and teach life skills to an ever increasing number of youth by coordinating community resources to build tomorrow’s leaders today.
The Southern Arizona Scouting Program serves over 7,000 youth. Your support allows the Boy Scouts of America, Catalina Council to provide training, improve camping facilities and continue the time-tested program for the youth of our community. Please consider donating today!Donate
Reminder: Big Changes to ‘My Scouting’
Have you used the new ‘My Scouting’ tools?
A second version of the new MyScouting Tools was released for Key 3 unit and district volunteers on my.scouting.org
This release is an important step towards BSA’s vision of volunteer empowerment.
The new tools provide more intuitive functionality and improved navigation.
It’s made easy and transparent so that volunteers can focus more on Scouting.
Thank you: Successful Camp Lawton Clean-Up Day
Thanks to the hard work & support of over 90 volunteers, the 2014 Camp Lawton Service, held this past weekend, was a huge success!
Members of the following units, along with District & Council level volunteers, participated in a day of service, food & fellowship:
*** Pack 306, 380 *** Crew 747 *** Team 348 ***
*** Troop 115, 122, 155, 209, 211, 248, 822 ***
*** Camp Lawton Summer Camp Staff ***
*** Catalina Council Professionals, Board Members & Committee Chairs ***
*** Old Pueblo, Santa Cruz Valley & Spanish Trails District Committee ***
To all those that participated, thank you for the support given to our “Jewel in the Catalinas” & to the Scouts & Scouters that benefit from your hard work.