2014 Scouting Calendar
March 1: At this time, online ordering for the 2014 calendar is finished as supplies are limited. If you'd like a calendar, ask at a Council Volunteer Service Center to see if you can get one of the few remaining calendars.
A new Cascade Pacifc Council wall calendar featuring local camps. The 28 page calendar, suitable for wall display, covers January 2014 through January 2015. Each month features national holidays, key dates for local Scouters, and beautiful photographs of local camps and Scouts in action. This calendar is not meant to replace the council activities calendar, but makes a great gift for any Scout or Scouter for display in their home or office.
As a camp staff member at one of the Cascade Pacific Council camps, there are a few online trainings that you will must show proof of completing upon your arrival at camp. The details for each are listed below as well as links to the online trainings at the bottom of the page.
For online trainings be sure to fill out all registration information. Upon completion you will need to print your certificates and bring a copy with you to camp. You will not be able to begin working for any camp unless proof of all required trainings are presented via the printed certificates upon arrival.
Youth Protection Training - Completion of Youth Protection training and Venturing Youth Protection training is required of all camp staff, paid and volunteer. The links to these trainings can be found through the MyScouting.org training portal.
Hazardous Weather Training - Completion of Hazardous Weather training is also required of all camp staff, paid and volunteer. The links to these trainings can also be found through the MyScouting.org training portal.
Unlawful Harassment Training - Completion of Unlawful Harassment training is required of all paid resident camp staff members. Volunteers and day camp staff do not need to complete this training. The link below will redirect you to LawRoom.com, the provider of this training.
Oregon Food Handlers Training - Completion of Oregon Food Handlers training is required for all food service personnel at resident camps. The link below will redirect to the Oregon Food Hanlders website. The cost for this training is $10 and only payable online through that service.
First Aid/CPR/AED Training - Half of all camp staff will need to have First Aid/CPR/AED training from the American Red Cross or similar agency. Contact your camp director to see if you will need training for your camp and the dates, locations, and costs for the trainings they will be arranging for your camp. If you are currently ceritified in First Aid/CPR/AED please let your camp director know immediately so they can reduce the planned attendance of any trainings they may set up prior to camp.
MyScouting.org (training portal for Youth Protection and Hazardous Weather trainings)
To register for any Meriwether Super Weekend Click Here.
For the Meriwether Super Weekend Program Guide Click Here.
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 needs. Throughout the weekend your unit will have the opportunity to take full advantage of the entire camp and all of its programs.
All shooting ranges will be open, along with the waterfront and climbing tower. The Nature and Campcraft area will also have self guided work areas for your Scouts. The weekend has been designed for play and for advancement work, both with the Trail to First Class and working on partial requirements that your Scouts need to finish up that merit badge left over from camp.
The program for the Meriwether Super Weekends has been developed so the Scouts in your unit can take full advantage of many program areas at camp. Most areas will be open for the majority of program time for open activites, i.e. shooting, climbing and swimming. They will also each have specific times set aside devoted to finishing up merit badge requirements left over from summer camp. Specific details on all program offerings can be found in the Meriwether Super Weekend Program Guide. This guide also contains all the logistical information you will need to know prior to arrival.
Super Weekends will occur over the second weekend of nearly every month from October through May. The actual dates are as follows:
October 10-12, 2014
November 7-9, 2014
December 12-14, 2014
January 9-11, 2015
February 27-March 1, 2015
April 10-12, 2015
May 8-10, 2015
The cost of $10 per Scout will pay for the added program supplies and personnel. There is no charge for adults. The rifle, shotgun, and muzzleloading programs will have additional fees to cover the cost of the ammunition and firearm maintenance. For more information and to register for any Meriwether Super Weekend Click Here.
Lost and found items are taken to the Portland Service Center after each event. We will attempt to contact the individual who has lost the item if their name is on it. If your scout has lost an item at one of our properties, please call Kelley Mills at 503.225.5765.
Items lost or found at camp are brought to the service center weekly during the summer camp season. Lost items will be available until September 1st. After September 1st, items will be donated.
Lost items will be available until April 1st. After April 1st, items will be donated.
The following items will not be kept for Lost and Found because of sanitary issues:
Please make sure you mark everything you send to camp with a permanent marker. There are many items that look alike and it is easy to misplace your items during your stay.