Upcoming Events!!!!

Webelos Transition Fair

Thursday, October 13, 2016

7:00pm for Webelos Families

5:30 - Troop Set-Up

Irvine LDS Church

23 Lake Street

For more information, contact Larry Voelz at ldvoelz@raytheon.com


Scouting for Food

Save the Date!!!

November 5, 2015

Drop-Off Location - Irvine LDS Center, 23 Lake Street

Join us and recognize the volunteers of

Rancho San Joaquin

2016 District Dinner

Tuesday, March 7, 2017


Concordia University

For more information CLICK HERE!!!

2015 District Dinner Award Recipients

2015 Silver Beaver

Jason Perkins


2015 District Award of Merit

Lesley Muir

Marianne Perkins

Wes Thoroughman


2015 Scoutmaster of the Year

Chris Hane, Troop 675


2015 Troop Committee Member of the Year

Adrienne Heckman, Troop 616


2015 Cubmaster of the Year

William Fukuda, Pack 699


2015 Pack Committee Member of the Year

Sorrell Hanson, Pack 697


2015 Den Leader of the Year

Rob Groceman, Pack 654


The land known as Irvine has been inhabited for over 2,000 years. The Gabrielino Native Americans were one of the first to set up villages in the San Joaquin Valley. In 1837 the San Juan Capistrano mission granted Don Jose Sepulveda this area, later to be named Rancho San Joaquin. 30 years later, Rancho San Joaquin was sold to the Flint, Bixby & Co., of which James Irvine was a silent partner.

We have selected Rancho San Joaquin as the new name of our district. The Rancho San Joaquin District will serve the youth and volunteers of the Boy Scouts of America for the City of Irvine.