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Welcome to Scouting in Trailblazer District

Scouts in action!!

Serving the youth of Dixon, Elmira, Vacaville and Winters in Solano County, CA

... where Scouts have fun while learning about the outdoors, responsibility, citizenship, nature and a whole lot more. Scouts are grouped by age and maturity level, gaining in experience and responsibility as they grow. Click on the "Join Scouting" tab above for information on age requirements and joining.

 


 

Traillblazer District Cub Camp


Take Flight!
June 25 - June 27, 2015
Thu-Fri 3:30 PM- 8:30 PM
Sat 9am-3 pm
Caligiuri Ranch, Vacaville

3829 Cantelow Road
Vacaville, CA  95688



CUB REGISTRATION FEES:
$55 - Cub Scout Early Registration ends April 30th,2015
$80 - Late Cub Scout Registration May 1st-31st,2015
$65 - Webelos Early Registration, ends April 30th,2015
$90 - Webelos Late Registration May 1st-31st, 2015
Provided: Camp T-shirt, Patch, Crafts, Snacks, Activities &Tons of fun

ADULT REGISTRATION:
$8 for each adult and an additona $10 for each adult attending the Webelos overnighter

Registration Process:
Each pack should designate a Pack Camp Coordinator to distribute and collect camp applications, medical forms and registration fees for boys and adults planning to attend Cub Camp.
Fee breaks do not apply unless registration materials are delivered by deadline.
Each Pack must supply one adult for each day for every three boys coming to camp, i.e. 6 boys = 2 adults EACH DAY

For more info, contact
Asia Preciado, at sarahnaidan8@gmail.com

CAMP POLICY STATES THAT NO OPEN-TOED OR HEELED SHOES ARE ALLOWED IN CAMP!
NO EXCEPTIONS! This rule is in effect for all Staff, Cubs & Visitors.

Event Code: 1-6801-421-20

http://www.gec-bsa.org/webpay/event/new - Look for Trailblazer District Cub Camp 2015

 

 


 

 

Scouting's Journey to Excellence

“Scouting’s Journey to Excellence” is the BSA’s new council performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils. It is replacing the Centennial Quality Awards Program as a means of encouraging excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA. More information is available here.

 Trailblazer Mailing List

Check out the Info List at mail.gec-bsa.org/mailman/listinfo/trailblazerlist_gec-bsa.org . Signing up will help us keep you informed about goings on in the district.

 Roundtable Meeting:

Who: for all Scoutmasters, Cubmasters, Webelos Leaders, Den Leaders, Tiger Partners and other unit leaders.
When: The first Thursday of each month, 7:30pm.
Where: Wrentham LDS church, 480 Wrentham Dr, Vacaville.

District Committee Meeting:

Who: for District Officers and Unit Charter Organization Representatives.
When: Third Thursday of every month at 7:00pm.
Where: VacaValley Hospital Conference Room (near the cafeteria)

Trailblazer Key 3:

District Executive, Tyler Bonino -Tyler.Bonino@scouting.org 
District Chairman, David Jenks - jenks01@comcast.net

 



What's on the Trailblazer site?

Units - listing of Trailblazer units and meeting locations

Calendar - Calendar with District events

Training - description and schedule of available training classes

Leadership for Trailblazer - district leaders and committee chairmen contacts

Trailblazer News - listing of scheduled District and Council events

District News - Current district events, training, opportunities and other "items of interest"

Advancement - Info on Merit Badge Trail Drive and Eagle rank procedure

Awards - Lists of Trailblazer Eagles, Silver Bears and "Of-the-Year" award winners

Cracker Barrel - information on hiking trails, backpacking trails, summer camps and a bunch more (Folsom Treks, RimRover, etc.)


A Brief History of Trailblazer District
Trailblazer patch

Previous to July 1, 1972, Golden Empire Council had a larger district, called Solano District, which covered Fairfield, Travis Air Force Base and all of what is presently Trailblazer District. The Council decided it would be more effective to have smaller districts. So, effective 1 July, 1972, Solano District was split into two districts. The new Solano District was Fairfield and Travis Air Force Base. Several years later, that new Solano District was moved into the Mt. Diablo-Silverado Council in a council consolidation.

Our district was called the Vacaville-Dixon District. The first District Chairman was Walt Graham and the first District Commissioner was Dave Fleming. Dave became the second District Chairman on July 1, 1973 and served as chairman until Dec 31, 1976. During this two and half years, the district got tired of being called the Vacaville-Dixon District and had a contest to pick a new name, and later to design a patch. The contests were held and the result was Trailblazer District, with our current patch.

 

Contributed by David Fleming