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Attention!!!!!!

One of the goals of Scouting BSA is to provide youth learning opportunities in a safe environment. As recently announced Orange County Council has received direction and is postponing large events and outings until further notice. In the intrest of protecting your youth, RSJ will be postponing its annual Camp-O-Ree scheduled for March 20-22, 2020. This includes the Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills Training (IOLS) course.

Orange County Council and Rancho San Joaquin are currently looking at future dates and will send out announcements through Roundtable, e-mail and our social media sites.

Rancho San Joaquin Friends of Scouting Campaign

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2020 marks the 100 year anniversary of Orange County Council, Scouting BSA.  Scouting in Orange County has only lasted 100 years due to the support from families like you. Help up to celebrate our anniversary and make a contribution to the Friends of Scouting Campaign. This campaign assists Orange County Council in offer top-notch, exciting activities and events for our youth.  We need friends like you to help impact and provide opportunities for growth and leadership.  Thank you for supporting Scouting in the OC!!!

 

Upcoming Events!!!!

Rancho San Joaquin

CAMP-O-REE

March 20 - 22, 2020

NEW LOCATION!!!!

Oak Canyon - Lakeview Site

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Orange County Council

Annual Appreciation Dinner

Date: Saturday, January 25, 2020

Great Wolf Lodge

12681 Harbor Blvd

Garden Grove, CA 92840

 

Nominations are due December 1, 2019

Nomination form can be found at the following link

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2019 Award Recipients

2019 District Award of Merit

Joseph Sloate

Genevieve Pelissie

Heidi Bramlet

 

2019 Silver Beaver

Thomas Doherty

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.