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For quick access to BSA sites: Use the home page quick links

For quick access to BSA sites: Use the quick links on the upper right home page menu just above the counter.

Backpacking / Hiking / Climbing

Backpacking / Hiking <<< please review & provide your suggestions >>>

BSA (National)

BSA National is available on the home page quick links on top right and at: http://www.scouting.org

BSA San Diego - Imperial Council (SDIC)

BSA San Diego - Imperial Council (SDIC)

Community Service Forms for High School Credit

Links and attachments for Community Service Forms for High School Credit

Order of the Arrow is at: http://oa.sdicbsa.org/

Order of the Arrow is at: http://oa.sdicbsa.org/

Safe Scouting

The current online living Guide to Safe Scouting is on the SDIC website at: http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/HealthandSafety/GSS/toc.aspx Also see the link to Students Speaking Out at:

Santa Margarita District is at: http://santamargarita.sdicbsa.or

Santa Margarita District (SMD) is on the home page quick links on top right and at: http://santamargarita.sdicbsa.org/

Scouting <<< please review & provide your suggestions >>>

Scouting from other sites. Please review & provide your suggestions in "Contact Us".

Students / Scouts Speak Out

During scouting activities, if there is a concern within your scout troop please discuss it with your Scoutmaster or Assistant Scoutmasters as soon as it happens and allow them to take appropriate action before contacting the tip lines which are staffed by San Diego County Crime Stoppers. If you feel they are not adequately addressing the situation, then ask your parents or another adult scout leader what you should do and what they will do. If it is an urgent safety issue or an emergency then contact your adult leaders, and, if necessary, call 911.

Podcasts and YouTubes <<< please review & provide your sugges

Podcasts and YouTubes <<< please review & provide your suggestions >>>

Jace Mullen's Journal on the Pacific Crest Trail (1/130 entries)

Jace Mullen is completed the 2660 mile, Mexico to Canada, Pacific Crest Scenic Trail. Here are all 130 entries. Go to: www.postholer.com/jacemulle