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Old Baldy Council

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Old Baldy Council (#043)
Old Baldy Council CSP.png
OwnerBoy Scouts of America
HeadquartersOntario, California
CountryUnited States
Founded1917
Defunct2006
 Scouting portal

The Old Baldy Council (#043) was founded in 1917 as the Pomona Council. It changed its name in 1921 to Old Baldy.[1] The Old Baldy name is from Mount San Antonio, often called "Old Baldy" or "Mount Baldy", the highest peak in the San Gabriel Mountains.[2]

On May 1, 2006, Old Baldy Council was dissolved, with the chartered organizations and units reassigned into two neighboring councils. The Sunset District (in Los Angeles County) joined with the San Gabriel Valley Council and the Golden Eagle and Trails End Districts (in San Bernardino County) merged with the California Inland Empire Council.

Greater Los Angeles Area Council' (GLAAC) is a new Boy Scouts of America Council made from the merger of the Los Angeles Area Council and the San Gabriel Valley Council, with part of the former Old Baldy Council. The vote to merge was held on March 21, 2015.[3] The new name of the council, Greater Los Angeles Area Council, was announced on June 11, 2015. The new Council will continue with Scouting Service centers in Los Angeles and Pasadena. GLAAC has three Scout shops in Los Angeles, San Pedro and Pasadena.[4] GLAAC operates eight BSA Camps in the greater Los Angeles area.[5][6] Due to the large size of the two original councils, the merger is a process that will be completed over a time span.

Organization

Former Districts:

  • Golden Eagle District served the towns of Chino, Chino Hills, Ontario, Montclair, and Claremont.
  • Trails End District served the towns of Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga and Upland.[7]
  • Sunset District served towns of Diamond Bar, Walnut, La Verne, San Dimas, and Pomona


In the San Gabriel Valley Council the area that was formerly Old Baldy Council's Sunset District is now divided and added to expand the Valle Del Sol and Golden Eagle districts. The towns of Diamond Bar, Walnut, and Pomona that were part of the Old Baldy Council's Sunset District, become part of the San Gabriel Valley Council. The former formerly Old Baldy Council's cities of La Verne, San Dimas and Claremont were added to Valle De Sol District of the SGVC.[8] [9]

Old Baldy Council and its Districts held a Scout-0-Rama event each year at the L.A. County Fair grounds. Scout-O-Rama is a large outdoor event where Scouting groups have games, crafts, activities, skill events, displays and more.[10]

Old Baldy Scout Shop

The California Inland Empire Council operates the Old Baldy Scout Shop in the city of Montclair, California to serve the Old Baldy area after the closure of the Ontario shop and Headquarters.[11]

Camps

Holcomb Valley Scout Ranch
Holcomb Valley Scout Reservation sign.jpg
LocationFawnskin, California
Coordinates34°18′10″N 116°53′46″W / 34.3028°N 116.8960°W / 34.3028; -116.8960 (Holcomb Valley Scout Ranch)
Website
www.glaacbsa.org/holcomb

Order of the Arrow

Old Baldy Council had an Order of the Arrow lodge, the Navajo Lodge # 98, that also was moved into the adjacent councils. The Lodge was California's Oldest continuously active OA Lodge, chartered January 17, 1937.[13][14][15][16]

See also

References

  1. ^ Hook, James; Franck, Dave; Austin, Steve (1982). An Aid to Collecting Selected Council Shoulder Patches with Valuation.
  2. ^ "TheCouncilGuide.com".
  3. ^ "SGVC/LAAC UNITED". Archived from the original on 2016-01-09. Retrieved 2015-09-11.
  4. ^ "Boy Scouts of America, Greater Los Angeles Area Council". Archived from the original on 2015-09-05. Retrieved 2015-09-11.
  5. ^ "Boy Scouts of America, Greater Los Angeles Area Council".
  6. ^ "FOREST LAWN SCOUT RESERVATION". Archived from the original on 2015-09-05. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. ^ The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 32, November 21, 1982
  8. ^ "Boy Scouts of America, Greater Los Angeles Area Council".
  9. ^ SGVC, GE. "Golden Eagle District :: San Gabriel Valley Council".
  10. ^ [Montclair Tribune from Montclair, California · Page 31, March 13, 1968
  11. ^ Council, BSA - California Inland Empire. "The Old Baldy Scout Center has moved!".
  12. ^ "Circle B Scout ranch. 50's-70's - Wikimapia".
  13. ^ "History of Navajo Lodge 98".
  14. ^ "Home page". Cahuilla Lodge # 127.
  15. ^ "A Brief History of Navajo Lodge" (PDF).
  16. ^ "Lodges Of Section W4B Conclave and Area 12-A".
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