Boy Scouts of America - Cochise District

Boy Scouts of America - Cochise District

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About Us

The mission of Catalina Council Boy Scouts of America and the Cochise District is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Our youth organization offers programs and activities that instill values and teach life skills to an ever increasing number of youth by coordinating community resources to build tomorrow’s leaders today.

Our programs offer outdoor activities including camping, hiking, high adventure for Scouts age 14 and older which includes activities such as rock climbing and repelling, ATV program, and treks. All activities are guided by trained adult leaders who have a passion for providing quality programs for youth.

Scouting is for boys and girls ages 6 - 21.

Video Media

Highlights

Images

A patrol marches to morning flag ceremony at Cochise District camporee
Scout pitching a tent at a camporee
Cub Scouts learn about how to prevent spreading White Nose Syndrome, a fungus that kills bats.
Good ol' fashioned kickball game at Cub Scout Summer day camp
Cub Scouts participating in Raingutter Regatta at Cub Scout Summer Day Camp
learning about fossil digs at Cub Scout Summer Day Camp
building bat boxes at Summer Cub Scout Day CAmp
Scouts learn about radio communications at JOTA - Jamboree On The Air
STEM Scouts track satellites during a lab activity
Scouts enjoying the cool pines of Camp Lawton north of Tucson during Summer Camp
tug-o-war at Cub Scout day camp
Game of tag at Cub Scout day camp
3-D archery at camporee - foam target launches from a machine
pitching horseshoes at camporee
climbing a tree is a fun way to hang out at a camporee
crossing a rope bridge at Cochise District camporee
Scouts enjoy a little down time at camporee
Cars lined ready to race at Cochise District Pinewood Derby
roaring to the finish at the District Pinewood Derby
Eagle Service project
BBQ at Scout Show in Sierra Vista
Dropping marbles in a cup with your toes at ScoutReach Cub Scouts at the Boys and Girls Club in Sierra Vista
Rocket launch with Douglas ScoutReach Cubs
ATV program open to Scouts and Scouters 14 years and older
Scouts help clear brush near a church that suffered fire damage
Building trails at Double V Scout Ranch west of Tucson
Hot competition at Raingutter Regatta
New Eagle Scouts take the Eagle Oath at an Eagle Court of Honor
jet propelled cars using CO2 cartridges, Benson STEM lab
Scouts conquer the climbing tower at a camporee
shooting black powder at a camporee
one of the Polaris Phoenix 200 ATV's Scouts 14 and older can ride

Rep/Contact Info

Sheila Foraker
District Executive