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Summer Camp at CFI

Now is the time to make your Scouts BSA reservation for summer 2023 at Camp Fiesta Island. Chose from 6 weeks. Earn Merit Badges while at camp!

Popcorn Sales

Have a poppin' good time and earn great money for Scouting! Popcorn sales are now under way.

The Popcorn Switchboard will be available starting the afternoon of August 10th.

Cub Scout Day Camps

Several fun-filled Cub Scout Day Camps are being offered throughout council this summer! The length of the camp can vary, but most are for five weekdays. Find a camp near you and sign up for the adventure.

Eagle Scout Networking Mixer

The San Diego-Imperial Council Eagle Scout Alumni Association is hosting a Networking Mixer on June 15th. Capacity is limited, so register early. Register Online.

Scouting 360 - Council Monthly Newsletter

Read the latest edition of council's monthly newsletter - Scouting 360 - where you can find out about what's happening at council and your zone, program news and much more. Also available for your reading pleasure are past issues.

Scouting For Food

The Scouting for Food 2023 main collection event is over, but the campaign continues throughout the year. Units can continue to participate in this Good Turn for America event. Help fight hunger in San Diego and Imperial Counties. Learn More!

Important information regarding California AB-506: Mandatory Training and Background Checks

Registered adults in the BSA who do not meet the definition of a "regular volunteer" must complete the "Declaration of Exception".

AB-506 is a state of California law adopting additional youth safety requirements, and it took effect January 1, 2022. The law applies to ALL youth service organizations throughout the State. It is also separate from and in addition to BSA Youth Protection Training, thus furthering council's support of their mission to protect youth in our program.

AB506 requires that administrators, employees, and "regular volunteers" are required to complete child abuse and neglect reporting training (aka mandated reporter training) to undergo LiveScan fingerprinting and a background check. A "regular volunteer" is defined as anyone 18 years of age or older and who has direct contact with, or supervision of children for more than 16 hours a month or 32 hours per year.

Step one: Take State Mandated Volunteer Training
Step two: Take a LiveScan Background Check