BSA Lifeguard Training

Double V Scout Ranch Pool

Cost $ 30.00

Both days are required along with completing: BSA Lifeguard written test, CPR & AED for the Professional, Basic First Aid and Two Practice Sessions.

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May 8, 2015 5 pm – 10:00 pm
May 9, 2015  8 am – 5 pm

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Lifeguard Training Flyer


Cub Scout Water Sports Day

Double V Scout Ranch Pool

Cost $15.00

June 13th, 2015 12 pm-5 pm

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Cub Scout Water Sports Day Flyer


Boy Scout Water Sports Day

Double V Scout Ranch Pool

Cost $15.00

June 6th, 2015 12 pm-5 pm

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PADI Discover Snorkeling and Skin Diving Statement of Risk and Liability
PADI Medical Statement
Padi DSD Medical Release

Boy Scout Water Sports Day Flyer

Scuba diving Merit Badge 

Cost $295 – Please pay fees directly to The Dive Shop – 1702 E Prince Rd Ste 150 Tucson AZ

June 23 and 25, 2015 – 6pm-9:30pm at the The Dive Shop for orientation, paperwork, gear sizing and class prep.

June 26, 2015 from 4:00pm to 9:30pm (Double V Pool)

June 27 and 28, 2015 from 12 pm to 5pm (Double V Pool)

Open Water Trip is planned for Balmorhea Tx. on July 31, Aug. 1 and 2, 2015

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Scuba Merit Badge Flyer

Padi scholarships for 2015


Before a BSA group may engage in swimming activities of any kind, a minimum of one adult leader must complete Safe Swim Defense training, have a commitment card, No. 34243, with them, and agree to use the eight defenses in this plan. The Safe Swim Defense plan applies to swimming at a beach, private or public pool, wilderness pond, stream, lake, or anywhere Scouts swim.

The following information is specific to Cub Scout swimming activities:

  • If the swimming activity is in a public facility where others are using the pool at the same time, and the pool operator provides guard personnel, there may be no need for additional designation of Scout lifeguards and lookout.
  • The buddy system is critically important, however, even in a public pool. Remember, even in a crowd, you are alone without protection if no one is attentive to your circumstances.
  • The rule that people swim only in water suited to their ability and with others of similar ability applies in a pool environment. Most public pools divide shallow and deep water, and this may be sufficient for defining appropriate swimming areas.
  • Aquatics activities for dens often are held in backyards with swimming pools. Safe Swim Defense guidelines must apply. A certified lifeguard, though highly recommended, is not required. A qualified supervisor must be present. It is critical that the swimming activity be supervised by a conscientious adult who knowingly accepts the responsibility for the youth members involved in the activity.


  • Safe Swim Defense, No. 34370
  • Safe Swim Defense Commitment Card, No. 34243


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