If you build a great Cub Scouting program, they will come!  

See you at July Cub Scout Roundtable for the theme--PLAY BALL!

Do you want a chance to "Make A Deal", win a great prize or cash--bring a baseball to roundtable and if you're name is drawn during Closing and you have a baseball, you will win.

Thank you to the following who supported the Deseret Peak District Cub Emergency 911 Day!

Tooele City Parks & Recreation

Tooele Army Depot Fire Department                                         Bureau of Land Management Fire

Mountain West Ambulance                                                       Air Med

Tooele City Police Department                                                 Tooele Co. Sheriff Department 

Roger Ekins                                                                            Tooele Co. Search & Rescue

Koalani Olsen                                                                          Debby Martin

Primary Children's Hospital                                                      Performance Tooele

Car Seat Safety Specialist-Christine Curry                                Chad Johnson, Proforma


and the following district Cub Scouting event volunteers--

Adam Mauchley, Shelly Mauchley, Cory Murray, Austin Murray, Lori Duke, Ron Martin, Debby Martin, Koalani Olsen, Mike Perry, Michelle Brinkerhoff, Tayler Ward, Roger Ekins

Your help and support made this event possible!

380+ Cub Scouts, leaders and parents

Packs-3130, 3146, 3153, 3155, 3205, 3458, 3460, 3886, 3902, 3960, 4038, 4141, 4173, 4186, 4264, 4278, 4302, 4321, 4354, 4429, 4445, 4456, 4461, 4485, 4547, 4552, 4687, 4816, 4854.

Parents from the following packs took their sons-- 3166, 3413, 3903

              THANK YOU!           

Cub Caravan 

Possible Achievements and Electives for Cubstruction 2015.

(Den Leaders, pease double check - some are only partial) - Thanks!

Tigers--Achievement 2d, Electives 3, 33, 35

Wolves--Achievements 2f, 3c, 10g Electives 11c (partial), 16c, 18d, 20c, 20j, 20n, 20o, 23d, 23e

Bears--Achievements 3i, 10b, 15b, 21f, 23a Electives 20a, 25f, 23c, 23a

Belt Loops--Art, Archery, BB Gun, Hockey, Flag Football


Webelos Outdoor Activity 2015

If your Webelos Scout attended the entire event he will have worked on all of the following--

Engineer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 

Adventure Engineer  1, 2 and 3

Forester 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 

Into the Woods 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7

Geologist  2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Earth Rocks! 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Naturalist 1, 3 (need to watch for month), 6, 7, 9, 10

Into the Wilde 2 (need to watch for month), 4, 6, 7

Webelos Walk About 3

Outdoorsman 2, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11

Webelos Walk About 1,3, 5

Camper 3, 4, 5, 7

Scientist 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7

Adventures in Science 3e, 3g

Readyman 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12, 15

First Responder 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8

FIRST AID KITS, bead totem,candy ball game, patrol name, yell and skit were worked on Friday evening prior to campfire program.  Please use your best judgement when giving credit for these activities.

 Thanks to our great team that works tirelessly to serve leaders in our district!


Cub Scout Leader Roundtable
Theme--Play Ball!
July 2, 2015
REAL Cub Scout dinner will be served starting at 7 PM--hot dogs, chips, cookies while they last, then stay and join us for Cub Scout Leader Roundtable at
7:30 PM
Tooele North Stake Center, 583 N. 270 E., Tooele
Join us and bring all the leaders of your pack. 
Who will be taking home Peanut the Pack-A-Derm

 Welcome to deseretpeakcubscouting.com!

Your first choice for up-to-date information about what is happening in Deseret Peak Disctrict's Cub Scouting Programs. Here you will find all sorts of great information about Cub Scouting in the Deseret Peak District. 

Please contact us if you have questions or we can help you in any way.  We are glad to be back and look forward to helping you build a great Cub Scouting program for your dens and packs!  Phone contact info can be located in the newsletters. 

Questions feel free to email Roger and Michelle at   deseretpeakcubscouting@live.com




Cub Scouting Year 2014-2015 Core Values & Themes

July Theme-Under the Sea

Why “Under the Sea” for Courage?

The oceans are the last unexplored frontiers on Earth. It takes courage to venture into undiscovered territory. This month, let us take our Cub Scouts under the oceans to explore and do what is right in caring for our last earthly frontier.


August Theme-Play Ball 

Why “Play Ball”?

It is easy to forget how important it is to be honest when one is playing a game and really wanting to win; however, a Cub Scout is a person who always tells the truth and is worthy of trust. This month we reinforce how important it is to be honest, especially when playing baseball with friends.


The Official BSA District Website can be found at this link

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