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Marin Council

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Marin Council #035
Marin Council #035
Location 225 West End Ave, San Rafael CA 94901
Commissioner Chris Cardinal
President David Goodman
Executive Michael Dybeck
Website
http://www.boyscouts-marin.org/

Marin Council is a local council (#035) of the Boy Scouts of America located in the states of Southern California. It covers Marin.

History

One of the six councils that serves the San Francisco Bay area, the Marin Council was formed in 1910. In 1918 it absorbed the Mill Valley and Sausalito Councils. The Marin County's Scouting community was born just six months after the national Boy Scouts of America organization in 1910.

Scouting Program

Roundtable meets on the 2nd Thursday each month 7PM at ____. Roundtable provides supplemental training for volunteers at the unit level. The objectives of roundtables are to provide leaders with program ideas, information on policy and events, training opportunities, and an enhanced network of contacts and other resources while also providing unit leaders with a voice in formulating direction at the district level.

Registered Units

Visit the Roundtable (above) to get more information about these and other scouting units in this area. Find a local Pack or Troop to get more information back in 72 hours. Get the Benefits of Scouting

Cub Scout Packs

Cub Scouts holds weekly activities for youth ages 6-10.

Pack # Charter Org Status Location Notes
Pack 7 [[http://www.nsgwca.com/ Native Sons of the Golden West (Parlor #307) Active Fairfax CA Founded in 1940 and supports the communities of Fairfax, Woodacre, San Geronimo and West Marin.
Pack 76 Christ Presbyterian Church of Terra Linda Active San Rafael CA Pack 76 strives to teach our boys to "Do Your Best" while developing character, friendships, and having fun.

Boy Scout Troops

Boy Scouts- Weekly meetings / monthly outtings / annual summer adventure trips. Scouting builds life and leadership skills for boys ages 11-17. Contact either the unit or it's sponsor to get more information back in 72 hours.

Pack # Charter Org Status Location Notes
Troop 15 Active Troop 15 focuses on outdoor activities. If you like camping, hiking, swimming, backpacking, mountain biking, kayaking, spelunking, rock climbing, rappelling, or just spending time outdoors, you’ll enjoy spending that time with Troop 15!
Troop 73 Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Novato Active Novato CA "The Path to Adventure." Hiking, Mountain Biking, Back Packing, Snow Shoeing, Summer Camp, Winter Camp, Geocaching, Wilderness Survival, Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Code Red, Caving, Shooting Sports, 50 Milers, Klondike Derby, Service Projects, White Water Rafting, Scuba Diving, Learning New Skills, Leadership Opportunities.

Venturing Crews

Venturing hold weekly activities for youth ages 14-20. Most units are co-ed and have a venturing theme. Contact either the unit or it's sponsor to get more information back in 72 hours.

Pack # Charter Org Status Location Notes
Crew 333
Jamboree Crew
Active "Bridging the World." This unit focuses to visit every worldwide scouting Jamboree, including Switzerland, the "permanent mini-Jamboree" in summer 2018, and then the 24th World Scout Jamboree in 2019, which will be held at Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia.

Exploring

Exploring Posts hold weekly activities for youth ages 14-20. Most units are co-ed and have a venturing theme. Contact either the unit or it's sponsor to get more information back in 72 hours.

Sea Scouts

Sea Scouts hold weekly activities for youth ages 14-20. Most units are co-ed and have a venturing theme. Contact either the unit or it's sponsor to get more information back in 72 hours.


Pack # Charter Org Status Location Notes
SSS Tanialsea

Scouting Activities

Camps

  1. Camp Marin Sierra - Primary summer camp facility for this council. Located at Chubb Lake in the Tahoe National Forest.
  2. Camp Tamarancho - 480 acres of meadows, redwood- and oak-forested campsites. Famous for world-class bike trails.

Tamarancho Biking

  1. Tamarancho Biking - The Marin Council operates Camp Tamarancho in the hills above Fairfax. We provide access to several excellent mountain biking trails on camp property in partnership with the Friends of Tamarancho.

Order of the Arrow

Talako Lodge - Order of the Arrow The Los Padres Council is served by this Order of the Arrow Lodge. The Order of the Arrow (OA) is the National Honor Society of the Boy Scouts of America for Boy Scouts, Venturers, and Scouters elected by their fellow Scouts according to OA membership requirements, and inducted into membership by an OA lodge.