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Cascade Pacific Council offers activities in various aspects of learning for all levels of Scouters. Scouting is an active program. Being a part of Scouting gives boys the opportunity to learn by doing, while obtaining real life experiences to thrive in everyday life. Get involved in your community by visiting our community services resource page; adopt your local school and proudly impact the lives of everyone around you. Annual council events are the chance to come out and participate with professional Scouters and our trained staff while achieving awards, earning merit badges, and building your self-awareness and self-concept as an individual. As a leader you are committing to be aware of the wide array of activities that can be included in your Scouting program. Do your best to include as many of them as possible in your annual schedule.
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Year after year volunteers, leaders, and youth from within our communities come out and participate in a wide array of council events. Each member leaves with their lives, and the lives of others, impacted every time. Participate in fellowship with fellow Scouters, earn merit badges and awards by working with real-life experts, recognize leaders in your unit for their outstanding mentorship, all while gaining a self-awareness for the things you enjoy most through Scouting.
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Good turns come in all sizes - but are all equally important. Big examples are, saving a life, rebuilding a home destroyed by a natural disaster, cleaning up our waterways, working with a community to build a park, or representing the United States of America by placing flags on a veteran's grave for Memorial Day. Other qualifying good turns are small thoughtful acts, such as helping a child cross a busy street, going to the store for an elderly neighbor, collecting food for the hungry, cutting back brush blocking a traffic safety sign, doing something special for a sibling, or welcoming a new student to your school.
Journey to Excellence is a quality awards program designed to recognize units, districts, councils, areas, and regions in achieving excellence in providing a quality program to a growing youth population in America at all levels of Scouting. Join the Journey to Excellence for the chance to share unit service accomplishments with fellow Scouters throughout the nation. Reporting service hours benefits your local council and will enable us to provide additional resources in areas of interest and necessity.
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The Summit is the beginning of the next century of Scouting- with incredible facilities and intense outdoor programs. The Summit is a place that takes kids to the limits of what they think they can do and then goes further. The National Jamboree is happening in July 2013, do not miss the chance to go and sign up today. Ages 14 and older are eligible to be staff at Jamboree, contact your local council office to find out more information. World Jamboree 2015 is set to be in Japan. Are you in?
2013 National Jamboree- Sign up today.
2015 World Jamboree- More information will be available soon.
Cascade Pacific Council camps offer shooting sports equipment and facilities to provide a complete program experience for all Scouts. Shooting Sports are among the most popular and safest program activities in camp. We have invested in top-notch equipment for your Scout's safety, advancement and fun. Approved activities by program are listed in the Guide to Safe Scouting. The range chart shows Cub Scout activities in blue and Boy Scout activities in red. Boy Scouts may pursue all Cub Scout activities and Venturers may engage in all Boy Scout activities. To learn more, click here.
Scouting's national honor society recognizes Scouts and Scouters who exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives and provides encouragement for others to live these ideals as well. Wauna La-Mon'tay Lodge of the Order of the Arrow is an integral part of the camping programs for Cascade Pacific Council. Members of Wauna La-Mon'tay provide thousands of hours of service every year to camps and members.