Green River District
Green River Camporee PDF Print E-mail

Join 4-500 of your fellow scouts from the Aquila and Green River Districts for a huge weekend of camping, exciting competitions, cooking, games, races, and
 campfires! All Boy, Explorer, Girl, Varsity, Venturing, and Webelos scouts are invited to participate in this fun-filled weekend. Scouts setup their own camps complete with custom gates, and compete against teams from other units in unit sponsored games of skill, knowledge, and strength. They cook their own meals, race in chariots they built, and entertain each other with 
hilarious skits and songs around the campfire each night. Nothing could be better!

Camporee is primarily an activity to enhance the patrol method within your unit. It is also a chance for scouts to show off their very best camping and cooking techniques, share their fun and experiences with other teams, build their teamwork, and cooperate in taking on all challenges. All activities are run with the patrol method in mind. Camping is done in large unit areas, but each team (as registered) will be judged on their ability to camp and complete scout skills on their own. Each team should maintain an individual campsite within the larger unit area. Camporee involves the type of equipment that can be carried in and set up entirely by youth, enabling them to be completely self-sufficient for a self-reliant experience over a three day period.

Friday, May 29th through Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Pacific Raceways   (directions)
31001 144th Avenue SE
Kent, WA 98042

The cost for each pre-registered adult or youth is $17 for those attending overnight (one night or two), with an approved unit-sponsored game. After the May 13th deadline or if no game is sponsored, there will be a surcharge of $3 per person. The fee for those attending only for the day is $6 per person. Fees are not to be paid at the gate. Please contact the scout office by noon on opening Friday for registration changes.

Register here today!

Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster Specific Training PDF Print E-mail

DATE: Saturday, November 14, 2015Scoutmaster Specific image

 TIME: 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

LOCATION: King of Kings Lutheran Church

18207 108th Ave. SE

Renton, WA 98055


Increase your Popcorn Sale with Online Sales PDF Print E-mail
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills 2015 PDF Print E-mail

Intro_to_outdoor_leader_skillsFALL SESSION:

1st Session: Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 6:30PM - 9:30pm at St. Francis Catholic Church in Burien, 15226 - 21st Avenue SW, Burien, WA 981066.

2nd Session: Friday, September 25, at 4:00pm through Saturday, September 26, 2015 till approximately 9:00PM, at Camp Schoenwald in Burien, 16030 Sylvester Rd. SW, Seattle, WA 988016


Earn Scout Bucks for your Volunteer Time Match Gift PDF Print E-mail

Many Employeers make Volunteer Time Match Gifts to non-profit organizations. If you work for Boeing, Microsoft, Alaska Airlines or an employeer that makes Volunteer Time Match Gifts you can turn the time you spend volunteering for Scouting into a Feinds of Scouting Gift for the Cheif Seattle Council! Your unit may even qualify for 2 $50 Scout Bucks certificates for every 50 hours you volunteer for Scouting!

Click here for a complete description of the Scout Bucks Volunteer Hour Matching Incentive

Changes made in 2012 to the Scout Bucks Program are detailed here.

Click here for a FAQ on the Scout Bucks Program

Boeing Employees click here for a description on how to log your volunteer hours in Total Access also click here for an article on some change to Boeings Volunteer Time Match Gift program in 2012.

Microsoft Employees click here for a description on how to log your volunteer hours at http://give

Alaska Airlines employees click here for a Dollars for Doers Application

Click here for a log book for tracking your volunteer hours

2014 Eagle Projects Ideas @ Soos Creek Botanical Garden PDF Print E-mail

29308 132nd Ave SE, Auburn
(a mile or so from Reber Ranch and Covington)

We are a 23 acres, non-profit, garden that was mostly planted in the 1960's and opened to the public in 2010. The Soos Creek Botanical Garden is generally open Wednesdays through Saturdays, 10am to 3pm, mid-March through mid-November. Our opening date this year is March 19th.

Scouts doing Eagle Projects may come on additional days and hours with prior notice from the Garden Director or Scout Liaison.  All projects will be designed or get design approval from the Garden Director and or Garden Manager.

Potential Eagle Projects identified for 2014:

1)  Install hand rails leading down to Soos Creek.  The area is often muddy and slippery and visitors have difficulty getting down to the Creek safely.

2)  Build storage shed to house our small John Deere Tractor and Trailer.

3)  Build a heavy arbor to hold a Wisteria Vine, which weighs hundreds of pounds and lives many decades.

4)  Build a heavy grape arbor.  Same as #3.

5)  Build a 3 sided shed, with door (attached to our Barn) to hold tables/chairs.

6)  Install Vinyl gutters to be put onto the Barn, and roof run-off from barn diverted into large cistern (we have the cistern).  Stored water used to water plants near the barn:  pumpkins, sunflowers, etc.

Please reply to to discuss projects.  Write" Eagle Project" in the subject line.  For further information about the garden, please see our website at:


Barbara Nagel, Garden/Scout Liaison

Manage your "Pin" and Leads PDF Print E-mail
BeAScoutIs your Unit using to invite new families to Join Scouts? Get familure with the "backend" tools for administriing your "Pin" on the map and following up with your "leads". This document explains it all!
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Upcoming Green River Events

District Committee Meeting
Thu Jun 04 @ 7:00PM - 08:30PM
LDS Church - Kent Stake Center
Scout Leader Rountable
Thu Jun 11 @ 7:00PM - 08:30PM
LDS Church - Kent 94th Street Building