Boy Scout Adventure Outpost is an annual event where Webelos and Arrow of Light scouts have an opportunity to meet and interact with various Boy Scout troops from the North Lakes District. Scout Toops host stations to teach Scout Skills to the Cub Scouts while their parents interact with the leaders and parents of each troop. Rotating the stations takes about three and a half hours. Webelos families get introduced to large and small troops, troops with different cultures and are encouraged to shop around to make the best choice of a troop for their son.
Scout Skills at previous Outposts have included, Sharp Things (axes and knives), Fire, Backpacking, Cooking, Knots and Lashing, and Kayaking.
The Outpost takes place at the Cold Creek Natural Area on Woodinville Duvall Road near the intersection with 182nd Ave NE. Other districts call this event "Webelos Woods".
October 8, 2016; 8:30 am till noon.
When we asked people what was the most useful part of roundtable, one of the top responses was being able to talk and share ideas with other leaders. To let you stay a bit later, but still get home to your family, we moved the meeting up a half hour and will be sticking around for a bit to chat and share ideas.
Same dates - Second Thursday of the Month during the school year
Same location – LDS Cottage Lake Church, 18860 NE Woodinville Duvall Rd, Woodinville, WA 98077
Come to Klondike and experience the rush. How quickly can you build a fire in the cold and wet? Can you avert a bloody disaster in bear country? Join the North Lakes District at a Klondike Derby for these and more scouting events to show off your scouting and outdoor skills. Webelos, scouts, team members, and venturers are welcome to attend. Registration for Klondike is completed through the event sign-up on the council website. Lodging at Ensign Ranch is included as part of the event registration on a first come, first served basis. Each unit is requested to host an event or volunteer in some capacity. For any questions about the 2017 North Lakes Klondike Derby, contact Rob Rydberg, the Klondike Chairman at email@example.com. See you on the snow.
The new calendar has a lot of great features, views for better printing and selection of text, the ability to pick and choose types of events to view, searching, plus lots of ways to stay up to date on your phone or desktop and through email.
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Sometimes applicants are not processed because of a lack of Unit funds in their Escrow accounts
Refilling can be done most easily online at the Event Registration page on the Council's website (the first event) You can also mail a check with a note clearly stating it is for the Unit’s Escrow account
OR call and give a credit card over the phone to Reception at 206 725 5200.
NOTE: Your Escrow Account is for Membership Dues – Your ‘Unit’ Account is for Scout Shop purchases.
The Council has increased its marketing so you may have applicants and persons interested in your Unit who simply need the Unit leader approval or contact. Much easier than finding a new recruit.
Use the BeAScout.org tool to submit applications online, and avoid the retyping of youth and adult applications. (Remember that key 3 adult positions currently still require a paper application.) Some help and instructions can be found in our documents library.