Council First Aid Meet- Seven Mountains Scout Camp- JVC,BSA
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We want to especially thank the Marin Council for their heroic efforts during the annual Scouting for Food drive. The weather was challenging, but it did not keep all of you from giving your best effort! The year is winding down; however, there are still Scouting opportunities both in December and in the new year.
News from the Marin Council BSA
This month's Dispatch highlights a few more items as well as some recaps. There are great opportunities for Scouts and adults.
First Thursday December 1 is the next roundtable. The Cub Scout and Boy Scout sessions start at 7: Come and bring new leaders and parents to learn and be better informed about what is going on around the council. Plus, there will be a few holiday surprises!
Sam Houston Area Council
Roundtable is the first Thursday of every month--starting in September and ending in June. San Pedro Road, San Rafael. Please take the time soon to nominate them. The nominations are due by the end of the day on January 6.
Adults can also be nominated as your Volunteer of the Year. Choose one adult from your unit, recognize them within your unit, and allow us to recognize them as well. You can find the forms and information on our web site or by clicking this link. Don't wait until it's too late!
Scouting for Food Heroes at Work! While many may look at superheroes as those that are going to save the world, we need to turn no farther than the wonderful people in Marin Council that did their part!
On Saturday, November 19, the heroes of Marin Council showed their pride, dedication, and strength to their communities by braving the pouring rain to collect over 25, lbs of food for the SF-Marin Food Bank in Ignacio.
Car after car of people pulled in to unload the results of their valiant efforts as the members of Talako Lodge helped them unload.
- Test your skills in 10 emergency scenarios
- Seven Mountains Scout Camp
Thank you all so much! The patches were ordered this week, and we are hoping to have them by the January roundtable. Final Call for Toys!!! You don't have to be an Eagle Scout to donate. In the spirit of the Scout Oath and Law and our commitment to help other people at all times, Marin Council's Eagle Scout Alumni hope to brighten the holidays for needy children by seeking donations for Toys for Tots with a holiday toy drive.
Dates to Drop off Toys Weekdays during business hours 8: There is always need for gifts for pre-teens and teens; therefore, gifts of sporting equipment, board games, or books are especially welcome. Download flyer by clicking this link. Provide urgent treatment for the victim. Wear gloves and eye protection if you have them. If the wound is small and only oozing blood, focus on cleaning it with soap and water and then apply a sterile dressing. If there is a large amount of blood, stop the bleeding with a pressure bandage.
Continue to apply pressure until the bleeding has stopped. Apply a sterile dressing once the bleeding has stopped. Protect him from further injury by not moving him unless there is immediate danger. Do a secondary exam to make sure there are no hidden injuries.
Council First Aid Meet — Sam Houston Area Council
Within minutes, he is breathing rapidly, coughing uncontrollably, suffering from chest tightness and having difficultly speaking. He pulls an inhaler from his pocket. It looks like your friend is suffering from an asthma attack. Approach the victim cautiously. Do not cause panic. Help the victim sit upright and allow him to administer his medication. Continue to keep your friend calm and warm. Make sure he has suffered no other injuries. The victim has difficulty speaking and appears weak and trembling.
It appears the man is having a diabetic attack. High blood sugar levels rarely cause death, but low blood sugar is dangerous. Without sugar, brain cells die quickly and permanent damage can result. The bracelet is a medical ID bracelet. It will explain what to do in case of a diabetic attack. The person might be carrying some form of concentrated sugar to be taken orally.
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Follow the directions exactly. What do you do? Do not go straight to the child! Instead, first make sure the live power cord is away from the water. With the electric cord clearly away from the pool, go grab the baby. With the baby out of the water, get everyone a safe distance from the pool. If the child is unconscious, start infant CPR. Even if the child is revived, call and describe the situation and your location.
The boy is panicking and bleeding severely. Call and describe the situation and your location. Approach the victim cautiously and attempt to calm him. Put on nonlatex gloves and eye protection if you have them.
The evening is underwritten with sponsorships. Other Ways to Give Help ensure the success of Scouting by donating cars, trucks, RVs, trailers, boats, motors, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, securities, uniforms, camping equipment, services, company matching gifts, and company volunteer grants. Planned Giving Donors can use giving to achieve personal goals, enhance your financial security, and to help shape the future of Scouting. Sporting Clays Tournament The Sporting Clays Tournament is an annual event to support the council's programs for at-risk youth.
Up to one hundred four-person teams can compete in the shot gun shooting game. Resources A variety of resources are available to assist parents and leaders in their Scouting efforts. Commissioners Commissioners are district and council leaders who help Scout units succeed.
The commissioner is the liaison between the local council and Scouting units. Districts are responsible for carrying out four standard functions: Enterprise Risk Management BSA puts the utmost importance on the safe and healthy environments for its youth membership. The council takes great strides to ensure the safety of its youth and adult leadership. Forms A variety of forms and resources are available. Leader Guides A variety of Leader Guide's are available to assist parents and leaders in their Scouting efforts.
Membership Recruitment Membership recruitment efforts take place throughout the year.