About the Southern Sierra Council
The Southern Sierra Council provides Scouting resources to over 1,500 youth in Kern, Inyo, and Mono counties. Services provided by the Council directly benefit local Cub Scout Packs, Scouts BSA Troops, and Explorer Posts.
For all of your 2021 Fall Popcorn Sale Information Click the Logo Below
Don’t Forget the Popcorn Kickoff July 17!
Scouting’s Trash to Treasures – Yard Sale
One person’s trash is another person’s treasures
MULTI-UNIT YARD SALE
Urner’s Parking Lot – 4110 Wible Road
Packs/Troops – Reserve your 18’x18′ free spot.
Units may reserve additional 9’x18′ spots for $10.00 each.
Southern Sierra Council’s
Preview & Pancakes
Saturday, August 14
8:00 am to 10:00 am
Scout Office (2417 M Street)
JOIN US AT THE KERN COUNTY FAIR FOR THE FAMOUS BOY SCOUTS POTATO BOOTH!
SEPTEMBER 22 – OCTOBER 3
SIGN UP FOR A SHIFT (OR A FEW) AND RECEIVE ALL THESE BENEFITS!!
FREE ADMISSION TO THE FAIR!
FREE POTATO AND DRINK!
Amazon Smile is the same Amazon you know and love, but for every purchase you make, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price to your selected organization. Simply click here for AmazonSmile, select “Southern Sierra Council, BSA” as your organization. and start shopping! It’s that easy to give this season!
Camp Kern Update Click Here
Our Hours will remain at 12 pm-5 pm Monday through Friday.
For all of your Recruitment Resources, Click the image below
Den Leader Resources?
Where can a parent go to learn about being a den leader? Where can you get all the information you need to be a Den Leader? Check out the new Den Leader Resource page on Scouting.org. On this site are links to rank specific pages for Den Leaders that give quick how to videos, links to resources, and everything they need to get started.
Become a Friend of Scouting by clicking the link below. This years theme is $100 for 100 Years of the Southern Sierra Council!
HOW ELSE CAN I HELP?
Help by purchasing needed supplies off of our Amazon Wishlist. This allows us to focus funds on the youth of our community
JOIN SCOUTING NOW!
For the first time in its 100+ year history, the iconic program of the Boy Scouts of America is open to both young men and young women.