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Alpine District

Alpine District

The Alpine District has served the greater communities of Fall CityIssaquahNorth Bend, SammamishSnoqualmie, portions of Newcastle, and the Renton Highlands since 1996. There are 46 Scouting units with more than 500 registered adult volunteers serving over 1,600 youth.  If you are interested in learning more about Scouting, please contact or visit one of the Cub Scout Packs, Scouts BSA Troops, Venturing Crews, or Exploring Posts in our community at Scout Me In.

DISTRICT ROUNDTABLE
Held second Thursday of the month at Our Savior Lutheran Church Issaquah at 7:00 PM. 

2020 Alpine District Klondike Derby
January 31 - February 2, 2020
Camp Koinonia, 850 Camp Koinonia Lane, Cle Elum, WA

Cost: $20.00 per person for one night, $25.00 per person for two nights – both include patch.
Registration: Register Now!
Download: pdf Alpine Klondike Derby Leaders Guide 2020 | pdf Alpine Klondike Derby Flyer 2020
Past Photos: 2019 Klondike Photos

Register Now!

If you have any questions, please contact Brent Schmidt at 206-719-7392 or jbssc1976@gmail.com

Alpine Klondike Flyer 2020

This event is open to ALL Districts. Alpine District's Merit Badge Fair gives Scouts the opportunity to meet and work with qualified, registered Merit Badge Counselors on a variety of Merit Badges.  All Boy Scouts and qualified Venturers are welcome to attend.  Alpine District typically holds a Fair in the spring and fall each year, with different Merit Badges offered at each event.

All Merit Badge sessions have enrollment limits to ensure a quality experience for each participating Scout. Session assignments will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis. Be sure to pre-register early as sessions fill up quickly.

Date: Saturday, March 7 2020
Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 1121 228th Ave SE, Sammamish
Registration:  Will open mid-February

BADGES OFFERED
Art | Chess | Electronics | Emergency Preparedness | Family Life | Personal Management | Space Exploration | Veterinary Medicine

 
Scouts should come prepared. This means that Scouts should:
  • Have read the pamphlets before arriving
  • Have received Blue Cards signed by their Scoutmaster indicating they're qualified to begin working on the badges
  • Have paper, and a pencil or pen
  • Be prepared to join in the discussion and activities
  • Have already completed any prerequisites listed in the registration form
  • Not expect the Merit Badge Counselors to teach you the Merit Badges
Please bring:
  • A Blue Card signed by your Unit Leader
  • A day pack with a sack lunch (if needed), snacks, water bottle
  • Anything needed to complete Merit Badges
  • Wear your full Class A uniform (sashes not required)
  • Cheerful and courteous attitude!

Please direct questions to your Unit Leader or Lesa Widner (contact).

WFA Wilderness First AidThe Wilderness First Aid course provides an intensive 16 hours of training covering injury assessment, rescuer safety, bleeding, shock, orthopedic injuries, long term patient care, and treatment with materials at hand during practice sessions. When you are participating in outdoor activities that take you more than 1 hour away from medical care, wilderness first aid provides a significant difference in survival and minimizes the long term effects of injuries. This course is a requirement for units traveling to any of the national bases; it is highly recommended for high adventure activities when medical help may be delayed. Instruction is in a classroom setting with several sessions held outdoors, so please plan accordingly and dress for the weather. CPR/AED is a prerequisite for certification in this course, although participants can attend the WFA course and get their CPR/AED later (the certificate would then be issued after proof of CPR/AED training).

DATE: Saturday, March 7th and Saturday, March 14th, 2020 (you must attend both days)
LOCATION: Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activity Center, 152 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, WA 98045
TIME: 9:00am – 5:00pm
COST: $50 per person ($30 if renewing), and you must attend both days.  NO REFUNDS.
WFA REGISTRATION: Register Now
FLYER: pdf Wilderness and Remote First Aid flyer 2020

PARTICIPANTS MUST
  • Bring their own lunch.
  • Be prepared to be outdoors (no matter what the weather).
  • Bring a backpack packed for land based outdoor adventures.
  • Be 14 years of age or older in order to be certified.

Course is limited to 35 participants. NO REFUNDS.  Questions? Please contact Todd Brown at toddrbrown@comcast.net.

Register Now!

Here is a list of District events to include in your annual planning for 2020.

Klondike - Friday January 31st through Sunday February 2nd, 2020 @ Camp Koinonia
Merit Badge Fair - Saturday March 7th, 2020, morning session only, Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church, Sammamish
Scouting for Food (Flyer Distribution) - Saturday March 21st, 2020
Scouting for Food (Collection) - Saturday March 28th, 2020
District Pinewood Derby - TBD
High Adventure Camporee - Friday May 8th through Sunday May 10th, 2020 @ Camp Pigott
Webelos Woods - TBD

Training events for 2020.

Wilderness First Aid - Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activity Center, North Bend, March 7 and 14, 2020
IOLS - Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activity Center, North Bend, May 29-30, 2020
BALOO - Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activity Center, North Bend, May 30, 2020

All activities are listed on the Alpine District Calendar

Scout Me In Cub Scouts

Every day there's another discovery waiting to be made. When you join Cub Scouts, you get hands-on learning that's hands-down awesome.

Welcoming GIRLS AND BOYS grades K-5th grade.

Find a Cub Scout Pack near you at beascout.org and sign up today!

Not finding what you are looking for online? We can help!
Contact Chris McNeal, cmcneal@seattlebsa.org

Chief Seattle Council logo

Thank you to David P. for these galleries!

Roundtable Flyer image
Thank you to the Kitsap District for this flyer.

The Chief Seattle Council is divided into 9 districts with leadership provided by the District Executive, District Chairman, and the District Commissioner.  Except for the District Executive, the committee is staffed by volunteers.

The Alpine District has served the greater communities of Fall City, Issaquah, North Bend, Sammamish, Snoqualmie, portions of Newcastle, and the Renton Highlands since 1996. There are 46 Scouting units with more than 500 registered adult volunteers serving over 1,600 youth. If you are interested in learning more about Scouting, please contact or visit one of the Cub Scout Packs, Scouts BSA Troops, Venturing Crews, or Exploring Posts in our community at Scout Me In.

District Roundtable Meetings: The Alpine District Roundtable meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00PM at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front Street South, Issaquah. The objective of roundtable is to provide unit leaders with program ideas; information on policy and events; and training opportunities. It is a forum for sharing experiences and enjoying fun and fellowship with other Scout leaders.

District Committee Meetings: The Alpine District Committee meets at the Issaquah Sportsman's Club on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm. All are welcome. The voting members of the Alpine District consist of volunteer representatives from each chartered organization having at least one BSA unit, plus annually elected members-at-large who in turn elect the District Chair.

District Commissioner Meetings: The Alpine District Commissioners meet at the same date and location as the District Committee meeting except starting at 6:15 PM.

The Alpine District newsletter is sent out monthly. For previous newsletters visit archived newsletters. If there are articles you wish to include, please contact Erik Granning. To sign up for the newsletter, use the form below (click Read more to see the form).