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Jamboree on the Air – Weekend of October 18-19, 2014

September 1st, 2014 · No Comments

jota_2014_4KJamboree on the Air (JOTA) is an annual Scouting event that uses amateur radio to connect Scouts around the world, across the nation, and in your community. More than 753,000 Scouts and Guides from over in 150 countries and 12,436 stations participated in JOTA last year – its Scouting’s largest worldwide event.

The event is free and open to all Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers and leaders during the weekend of October 18 – 19 2014.  No registration is required – it is a come and go event.

These events are the easiest and most inexpensive way to participate in the worldwide fellowship of Scouting. Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers participate with their fellow programs worldwide contacting sites that may be in the next state, the next country or on the other side of the world.

Explore Advanced Technology

Discover how radio waves can travel worldwide for free without a subscription plan or landline connection to talk with Scouts and Guides all around the world using advanced radio gear.

Council Station Locations

Station WB5BSA will be at John Nichols Scout Ranch.

  • Amateur Radio – Talk with scouts around the world.
  • Fox-Hunt – Play with radio detection / direction-finding gear. Find our electronic fox – a 21st century electronic Easter egg hunt.
  • Radiosurgery – Discover how radiosurgery uses radio waves to remove tumors in medicine. Practice using an advanced radiosurgical unit to practice removing the warts off a pickle.
  • Satellite – communications if satellites are available and working
  • Patches – A limited supply of JOTA patches are available at this site for $4.00 each.  Preorder by October 1 to guarantee your patches.

Contact Doug Cook (KX5DC1 at gmail.com) for questions.

Station AE5OF will be operated at the Wesley United Methodist Church, 302 E Independence, Shawnee, OK  Contact Gary Way  (AE5OF) at kf5cky@yahoo.com for information, time and date(s).

  • Amateur Radio  Talk with scouts around the world.
  • Skype See who you are talking too during your contact.  A limited number of stations will have Skype connections for video and possibly other TV technologies for transmission.

Other registered stations around the USA are listed here: http://www.scouting.org/jota/registered_stations.aspx

For Amateur Radio operators desiring to register their station:

Register your station with the BSA here: http://www.scouting.org/jota/station_registration.aspx
Register your station with the WOSM here: http://jotajoti.info/sign-up-for-jota-joti/

Also send an email to Doug Cook (KX5DC1 at gmail.com) to get your station listed on this post as well.

For More Information

JOTA BSA website: http://www.scouting.org/jota
JOTA WOSM website: http://jotajoti.info/
Scout Leader help in getting ready for JOTA: http://www.scouting.org/jota/leaders_guides.aspx

JOTA 2014 WOSM logo

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23rd World Scout Jamboree!

January 28th, 2014 · No Comments

23wsj-final-rgb-smallEvery four years Scouts, Venturers and Guides from around the world gather in Scouting’s greatest event – the Jamboree.

Up to 40,000 scouts attend these jamborees representing every nation that has a Scouting program.  Scouts often tour the host country and then join an international encampment celebrating the ideals of scouting, the fun of the activities, the adventure of the program and the unique fellowship that is experienced at a world jamboree.

Japan will host the 23rd World Scout Jamboree from July 28 to August 8, 2015.

Learn more about the wonders of a jamboree on their website

Website:  http://www.23wsj.jp/

and this brochure:

23rd World Scout Jamboree Brochure

Adult leaders interested in serving as leaders for a contingent should fill out the attached form below.

WSJ SR Leader Application Form

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Scouter Gone Home

September 18th, 2013 · 1 Comment

Jeremy Christensen, 25, of Venturing Crew 2850, son of Sandra and John Dronberger, passed away September 16, 2013.. Visitation will be from 2-8 pm September 19, 2013. Services will be held at 2pm September 20, 2013 at Smith-Gallo funeral home, 220 N 1st Street, Guthrie, OK. Interment will follow at Memory Gardens Cemetary, 1624 N Pine, Guthrie, OK.

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Jamboree on the Air – Weekend of October 19-20, 2013

September 10th, 2013 · No Comments

jota_2013_4K
Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) is an annual Scouting event that uses amateur radio to connect Scouts around the world, across the nation, and in your community.  More than 500,000 Scouts in 100 countries participate in JOTA each year – its Scouting’s largest worldwide event.
The event is free and open to all Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers and leaders during the weekend of October 19.

These events are the easiest and most inexpensive way to participate in the worldwide fellowship of Scouting.  Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers participate with their fellow programs worldwide contacting sites that may be in the next state, the next country or on the other side of the world.

Explore Advanced Technology

Discover how radio waves can travel worldwide for free without a subscription plan or landline connection to talk with Scouts and Guides all around the world using advanced radio gear.

Council Station Locations

Station K5C will be operated at the Wesley United Methodist Church, 302 E Independence, Shawnee, OK  Contact Gary Way  (AE5OF) at kf5cky@yahoo.com for information, time and date(s).

  •  Amateur Radio  Talk with scouts around the world.
  • Skype See who you are talking too during your contact.  A limited number of stations will have Skype connections for video and possibly other TV technologies for transmission.
  • Other Activities including Dutch Oven cooking class
Edmond Amateur Radio Society (EARS), K5EOK will be at the EARS Club Station in the Edmond Community Center located at Main and Littler in downtown Edmond on Saturday, October 19th.  Contact Dick Rouse, KE5TGZ   rouseokc@yahoo.com or Mike Campbell  W5KSU@arrl.org
  • Times starts at 0800 hrs local and go till 1200 hrs or longer on Saturday, October 19.

Station WB5BSA will be in the field north of Guthrie in Logan County (GoogleMap Link).  Contact Doug Cook  (KD5PDN) at KD5PDN@gmail.com for information, time and date(s).  A map leading to the campsite will be posted here when ready:

  • Amateur Radio  Talk with scouts around the world.
  • Fox-Hunt  Play with radio detection / direction-finding gear.  Find our electronic fox – a 21st century electronic Easter egg hunt.
  • Radiosurgery  Discover how radiosurgery uses radio waves to remove tumors in medicine.  Practice using an advanced radiosurgical unit to practice removing the warts off a pickle.
  • Satellite communications  if satellites are available and working
  • Patches – A limited supply of JOTA patches are available at this site for $4.00 each.

Station WX5BSA/portable will operate from the Valle area in New Mexico.  Station will be setup between Ring ranch & Whiteman Vega – two sites used by Philmont during the summer months.  Will be active on Friday night October 18 and some during the evening Saturday, October 19.  Bands 80/40/20/15 phone.  Station trustee is Gary Woodrow KA5BSA (gwoodrow@cableone.net).

Other registered stations around the USA are listed here: http://www.scouting.org/jota/registered_stations.aspx
Register your station with the BSA here:  http://www.scouting.org/jota/station_registration.aspx
Register your station with the WOSM here:  http://www.jotajoti.org/community/

For more information go to:

JOTA BSA website:  http://www.scouting.org/jota

Fact Sheets for Scout Leaders and Amateur Radio Operators:  http://www.scouting.org/jota/facts.aspx

WOSM JOTA information:  http://scout.org/en/information_events/events/jota

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Council Wide Venturing Meeting

April 4th, 2013 · No Comments

venturing-logoA council wide Venturing meeting is scheduled for May 2nd at 7:00 PM @ Meinders Scout Office!

Crews, Prospective Crews, & leaders and youth members are asked to attend with their upcoming events on flyers!!!

Refreshments including pizza and soda will be served.

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Four Venturing Slots Left for the 2013 Jamboree

March 8th, 2013 · No Comments

 Two Jamboree contingent Venturing Crews are set to attend this summers National Scout Jamboree.  Crew F902C and Crew F902D have room for four more Venturers to experience the fun of a lifetime.

Go with a Venturing Crew from our council!

The Summit Bechtel Reserve is Scouting,s newest high adventure base.  Check out the link to explore the adventure ahead.

The participant fee for 2013 is $1500 and includes the cost of transportation.

A few slots are open as well for Boy Scouts.

Go to LFCJambo.org to learn more on how to register for the National Scout Jamboree!

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2013 Diamond H Adventures

March 6th, 2013 · No Comments

Spring Break Treks

March 18 – 23

Escape to the Cookson Hills!  Having fun in the outdoors, hiking through the woods, meeting new friends and learning new outdoor skills are all things you will do at Diamond H Scout Ranch on Spring Break 2012.  Each Spring Break Trek will take you through woods and fields, across creeks and deer trails, past bandit caves and peaceful waterfalls.  You will fall in love with the oak-maple forest, the massive limestone outcroppings, and the hidden hollows of the 6,000-acre ranch.  This wild tract is located just east of Lake Tenkiller in eastern Oklahoma 167 miles east of Oklahoma City, 79 miles from Tulsa and 53 miles west of Fort Smith.

 Spring Break will be a lot of fun and games, but it will also be physically demanding and technically challenging.  Be assured that the talented staff will provide mentoring, guidance, and support for the trek.  Participants need to be physically fit and be capable of hiking several miles a day with a backpack.

Trek 1: Backpacking Basics: lndroduction to backpacking for ages 12+
Trek 2: Kodiak Leadership Course: Outdoor leadership trek for ages 14+
Trek 3: Outdoor Adventure Tournament: Extreme competitive event for ages 14+

for Boy Scouts and Venturers. Pick one of the three ($160 per person)

DH Spring Break Brochure 2013 press

2013 Spring Break Guide

50 – Miler Trek

50-Miler Trek 1: June 9 – 15

50-Miler Trek 2: June 16 – June 22

$150 per participant

Youth must be 13 years of age by September 31, 2013 and meet fitness standards.

Enjoy a week of canoeing, cycling, and hiking on a 50 – mile trek. Participants will earn the BSA’s coveted 50-Miler Award. The route will include the Illinois River, Lake Tenkiller, and the Cookson Hills.

2013 50 Miler & Trail Crew at Diamond H

Trail Crew Week

Trail Crew Trek 1: June 9 – June 15

Trail Crew Trek 2: June 16 – June 22

$60 per adult or youth participant

Participants in the Trail Crew will learn the details of trail construction and maintenance while constructing hiking trails in a backwoods setting.  National trail construction experts act as consultants, while trained adults and older youth serve as guides.  Days of work on the trail end with evenings of fun, fellowship, and good food.

Participants may earn their way to NYLT or the 50-Miler by working on the trail crew. Earn a free day at camp for each day worked on the trail. Crews will construct several miles of trails in the backcountry. No fee. Participants must be 13 years old and meet fitness standards.

2013 50 Miler & Trail Crew at Diamond H

Read the brochure if you wish to participate in both the Trail Crew and the 50-Miler.

National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT)

June 3 – June 8

Leadership skills course for qualified Boy Scouts and Venturers.  $225 per Scout/ Venturer

National Youth Leadership Training  is an exciting, action-packed program designed to provide youth members of the Boy Scouts of America with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

NYLT is a six day-course.  The concepts center on what a leader must be, what a leader must know, and what a leader must do.  The key elements are taught with a focus on how to apply them in everyday situations.
NYLT is a fun experience that will energize young leaders.  The setting for this course is the beautiful Diamond H Scout Ranch, which boasts an air-conditioned dining hall, showers, rest rooms, and a health lodge.  Base camp is surrounded by 6,500 acres of forested wilderness ideal for camping.

2013 NYLT LFC course

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14th World Scout Moot – Canada – Aug 8-18 2013

January 13th, 2013 · No Comments

BSAContingentScout Moots can be considered to Jamborees for Rover Scouts which are an “older” young adult program between the ages of 18 to 25.

While the BSA has no Rover program Venturers and adult BSA members are being considered now to make up a BSA International contingent.

The deadline for nominations is March 1, 2013.

Go here for more information and nomination forms.

http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/International/BSAContingent.aspx

 

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Scouter Gone Home

December 16th, 2012 · No Comments

It is with a heavy heart that I have to announce the passing of Guy Walden. A fellow scouter and best friend. He will be sorely missed. He was heavily involved with 850’s Pack, Troop, and Crew in Guthrie, OK.

Memorial Services for Guy Walden have been set for 2:00 pm this Thursday, December 20 at:

Baggerley Funeral Home
930 S Broadway, Edmond
Click for GoogleMaps location

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Christmas on the Chisholm Trail 2012

November 16th, 2012 · No Comments

Date: December 14-16, 2012

Location: John Nichols Scout Ranch, Oklahoma City

Who: Venturing Crews and Patrols, Ships, and Teams *ages 13, out of the 8th grade are eligible to attend. All Scouts must be with a unit or assigned to one.

Registration Fee: $10.00 per participant.  *LFC online registration or at council office.  http://www.lastfrontiercouncil.org/event/1247506

Activities

Friday Night  – Crockpot potluck dinner and Ethics forum

Saturday -  Conservation, Cooking, Outdoor Living history, Digital Photography, Shooting Sports, Chuck wagon Dinner, Melodrama, Gift Exchange ($5 max), Christmas General Store, and Woodcrafts.

Sunday  –  ILSC Training, CPR and First Aid (will be a nominal fee)

For Event Information contact: Rhonda Rodericks, okiered@earthlink.net, 405-632-0525

Download the event information sheet for more: COCT 2012 Leader’s Guide

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