On Tuesday evenings in February and March, from 5:30PM- 7:30PM, the Microsoft Store will hold classes to help Cub Scouts work on the Video Game, Computers, and Photography belt loops. Scouts only need to attend one session. Each session is open to 10 Cub Scouts for only $10. Fees directly support the Cascade Pacific Council STEM Initiative, ensuring that programs like these will continue to be offered.
Come out to Golda's Kitchen at Scouter's Mountain to celebrate the highlights of the past year in the Council's Venturing Program and help prepare for the coming year's adventures!
The Cascade Pacific Council, Boy Scouts of America, presents its "Distinguished Citizen of the Year" award. This years recipient is Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts, whose leadership in business, government, education and the community has contributed significantly to the growth and vitality of our cities. Please join us at Stone Creek Golf Club to celebrate Sheriff Roberts.
The PIPEX stamp show will sponsor a Stamp Collecting Merit Badge seminar at the Red Lion on the River at Jantzen Beach. The seminar will be conducted by experienced merit badge counselors who have conducted seminars at National Scout Jamboree as well as PIPEX. There is no fee for the seminar and materials for the merit badge will be furnished.
In cooperation with Horizon/Alaska Airlines, earning your Aviation Merit Badge is easier than ever. Come out for the Fifth Annual Aviation Day for the chance to learn the basics of aviation by exploring the principles of flight, aircraft, instrumentation, airport and hangar facilities, and local career opportunities. Space is limited to 150 Scouts and the minimum age to attend this event is 12.
That's all we are doing! We will be doing Archery, BB Guns, Water Rockets, slingshots, and a few other fun things! Come join us for a day full of fun and adventure. Bring your newly recruited scouts as well as the rest of the pack and a sack lunch. As the boys shoot, the families will also have a chance to find out more about summer camp and get their questions answered about all the great programs we have to offer. Join in the fun!
Join us on this once in a lifetime adventure traveling the 165 miles between Butte Creek Scout Ranch, near the Scotts Mills area northeast of Salem, and Camp Baldwin, near Dufur. Travel through the majestic Mt. Hood Wilderness Area where you’ll learn about horses, the wilderness, horse-packing, and lots of cowboy tales from head wrangler Scott DePaolo and his crack team of wranglers. Each rider will bring their personal gear, sleeping bag and a tent. If the heavens are smiling down on us, plan to sleep under the stars while listening to the crickets chirping and bull-frogs croaking. Grub is served chuck wagon style by Cookie and his staff.
We want you to join us in experiencing the 2017 National Jamboree! Boy Scouts and co-ed Venturers are welcome to join us on this great adventure. The fee for Scouts and Venturers to participate in 2017 will be set soon.
Come to Aubrey Lodge with your Venturing Crew and experience fun in the snow.
LDS Venturing Weekend Feb 13-14 (Venturing-age 14+)
Order of the Arrow links now available for reservation are available by visiting the Order of the Arrow page.Read More
Merit Badge University is an annual event presented by the Lewis and Clark District. Scouts have the opportunity to work on merit badges with fellow Scouters. Each Scout should study the latest edition of the merit badge workbook ahead of time and pay close attention to any prerequisites.
Set sail for Camporee at Lewisville Park! Patrol members will get to demonstrate teamwork, scouting skills, and scout spirit while competing against other patrols. Join us in the spirit of District unity and fellowship.
It is time for the Great Wapiti District's Fourteenth annual Camporee! Camporee is a district-wide camping activity for all Boy Scout Troops and Webelos Dens (by invitation of a Scout Troop). Patrols compete in various activities for points and prestige. This year's Camporee theme is "Scouters of Tomorrow," Scouts will be challenged by a host of new events.
Gather for fellowship and fun to celebrate Tuality District's District and Individual achievements.
A great evening for volunteers in the Columbia Gorge District filled with recognition, fellowship, and inspiration.
Join us on "The Great Frontier" at Camp Wilkerson in Rainier, OR. Come test your Frontiersman skills with our Patrol challenge and join in on fun activities and games. Is your Patrol ready for the challenge?
Camporee is the opportunity for individual patrols from the District's Boy Scout Troops to share a common camp area for the weekend at Lewisville Park near Battleground, WA. Scout Patrols demonstrate their proficiency in camping and scout skills, have fun, enjoy good fellowship while learning from each other.
"Scout vs Wild" is the theme this year. Come together in fellowship, fun, competition, learning, and advancement. Scouts will be building survival shelters and learning to be prepared for the unknown in the wilderness.
This year's Camporee theme is Finding Your Way. As boys learn and experience all the richness of Scouting, they are preparing to find their way into becoming strong participants in our communities and world. Camporee is an opportunity for Scouts to experience fellowship, teamwork, community service, competition, and lots more. Location: Champoeg State Heritage Area.
Camporee is the District's annual inter-troop competition. It is a great place to make new friends, renew old friendships, and establish troop bragging rights for the year to come. As part of Camporee you will enjoy two District-wide campfires, challenge events, Sunday Scout's Own service, and all sorts of fun and exciting events in between.
Location: Trojan Park
Join us at The Old Spaghetti Factory to celebrate Pioneer District's volunteers and achievements!
Come together at Barton Park for District fellowship! It is time for Scouts to try their skill at challenges and show their pride in their Patrol, Troop, and Scouting. This year's theme is Galactic Knights "The District Awakens."
Its easier than ever to make a summer camp reservation - begin by visiting the Summer Camp Reservation Page.
LDS 11 Year Olds have the opportunity to join their troops at summer camp for one night during their troop's week at summer camp. All of the Boy Scout resident camps will be having special programs for the 11 Year Olds in your LDS troop on Wednesday nights at camp. The 11 Year Olds must attend the camp and week that their troop is attending. (8/25)
Make an online camp payment for any summer camp, including Cub Scout Day Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp, Boy Scout Summer Camp.
If your unit is planning to attend 2014 camp at another council, or hold its own unit activity, please fill out this 3 minute questionnaire so your plans are known to your district camp promotion team. Complete Form
Both parents will want to sign up for this one! This weekend is a chance to participate in some fun and magical camp acitivites right along-
side your son. These include STEM-type activites that you do not normally see in a camp environment! Shoot off a rocket or build a
catapult. There is endless fun to be had! This overnight experience is a chance to visit our camp at the beach on a more relaxed schedule
and enjoy a few of the perks of our camping program.
Family camps are holiday camping weekends just like taking the family to a state park but at a private, secluded and less crowded beach-front location at Camp Meriwether. Families will enjoy a variety of activities such as sand-castle building, beach walks to the tidepools, field games, and more. The weekend will be very loosley scheduled with an "open campus," so your family can pick and choose from family camp activities, head into town and visit local attractions, or just enjoy the quiet coastline for the weekend.
Girls’ Camp focuses on a program for girls ages 8-13. They will enjoy the full scope of a cowboy camp, just like the Cub Scouts do, only it is ramped up “cowgirl style.” Campers get a chance to pan for gold, find out what life was like in the pioneer days, practice their aim at BB guns and archery, and go horseback riding! Older girls (11-13) will have the opportunity to participate in a half-day horse ride.
Has your unit visited Meriwether during the off season and expressed interest in wanting to take advantage of camp programs outside of the normal summer season? Well the Meriwether Super Weekend and its program has been designed to meet your need
The Council Outdoor Cooking Committee will be conducting a Youth Dutch Oven Clinic at Butte Creek Scout Ranch. This will be an opportunity for one adult and two youth to gain new dutch oven cooking skils to bring back to their units.
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The Council Outdoor Cooking Committee will be conducting a Dutch Oven Clinic for adults ONLY at Butte Creek Scout Ranch. Join us for an exploration of Dutch oven cooking tips, techniques and samples. Several Dutch oven masters will be on hand to share their tricks and answer your questions.
The Council Climbing Committee will be conducting a BSA Climbing instructor training over two weekends in April and May. Attendence at both weekends is required to recieve a training completion card. Rating level of the training card will depend on skill proficency.
The Council Climbing Committee will be conducting a BSA Climbing For the Beginner Course the first weekend in May. This is a beginners class, no training cards are issued, but if you have little or no prior experience this is a pre-requisite for the BSA Climbing Instructor's Class.
Wood Badge is the premier training program for all Scout leaders in the Boy Scouts of America. This includes all Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity and Venturing Leaders, as well as Professional Scouters. Wood Badge is designed to train adult volunteers using the latest leadership skills and techniques. It is a once in a life time training experience, designed to strengthen your unit. In 2015 Woodbadge will take place at Camp Clark on two weekends. June 4-6 and June 18-20. These are Thursday through Saturday sessions.
NYLT is a six day course where the concepts of what a leader must BE, what they must KNOW, and what they must DO is taught, demonstrated, and lived in the out of doors in a troop and patrol setting. Immediate use of new ideas is stressed in a fun atmosphere based on the principles of Scouting. Everything we do is applicable to troop leadership back home. Participants are taught by skilled Scout staff members and veteran adult leaders.
Instructor and Rangemaster trainings for all levels of Scouting shooting sports activities. Visit the Shooting Sports page and learn about all of the shooting sports training programs offered by the Cascade Pacific Council.