Cub Scout Day Camp
August 13-15, 2019
Lions Camp, Maple Valley, WA
Calling all time travelers! Let's travel through time for fun and adventure -- archery, BB guns, crafts, hammers & saws. Let's travel through the ages! And much, much, more! Day Camp is taking place from Tuesday, August 13th to Thursday, 15th at Lions Camp. Day Camp registration is online this year.
If you register prior to May 9th (for the early-birds), the registration fee is $85. After May 9th, the registration fee will be $105. You can find registration information, directions, and schedules on the Day Camp web page. Please direct questions to your Cubmaster, or contact Eric Depoule.
Merit badge workshops will be offered during Roundtable. These workshops are for youth.
Date: Thursday September 12th 2019
Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm PDT
Location: Our Savior Lutheran Church 745 Front South Issaquah WA 98027
Registration: Please contact Lesa Widner to register.
Please contact Lesa Widner for registration and any questions.
The district will be holding two Whitewater Merit Badge classes on June 21st or June 28th. A Scout can pick to attend either class. The classes are one-day courses starting at 8:00 AM.
Date: June 21 or June 28 2019
Time: 8:00 AM
Requirements: Whitewater Merit Badge Requirements
Scouts do NOT need to complete the Canoe Merit Badge or Kayak BSA Award prior to attending the class. Adults are welcome to sign up and participate in the class as well although only scouts can actually earn the Whitewater Merit Badge.
Requirements 1b and 1c need to completed outside class. If a scout does not have a current CPR card, recommended option is to take the CPR class offered by Eastside Fire & Rescue on the second Saturday of each month: https://www.eastsidefire-rescue.org/145/Sign-Up-For
The district will be holding May's Roundtable this Thursday, May 10th, starting at 7:00 PM at the Issaquah LDS building (1100 6th Ave SE, Issaquah, WA 98027).
Summer Activities, Water Activities, and Water Safety
During May's Cub Scout breakout, the district will be holding a breakout discussion on Summer Activities, Water Activities, and Water Safety. Come ready to share past and upcoming summer and water activities and ask questions on cub scout water safety.
Merit Badge Counselor (MBC) Training
During May's Scout BSA breakout, we will be having a guest speaker, Lesa Widner, leading a Merit Badge Counselor (MBC) Training. All volunteers interested in becoming counselors are invited! We'll discuss the MBC process and how to be an effective counselor.
Life to Eagle Training
During May's Roundtable, we will have a special Life to Eagle breakout session. This breakout is open to interested Scouts, parents, leaders, and Eagle Mentors hosted by our District Advancement Chair, Dr. Dave Clemens. It will be an open discussion.
Whitewater Rafting Adventure
The district is coordinating two half day float trips on Saturday, June 22, 2019. The cost below includes lunch, wet suites, and booties. Choose a three-hour rafting adventure on Saturday June 22nd 9:00 AM or 1:00 PM. Both trips will go through class 3 whitewater rapids. Space is limited, so sign up now!
Date: June 22, 2019 (choice of 2 depart times)
Location: River Recreation, Monitor, WA
Cost: $63.51 pp (including tax and fees) for the guided rafting trip, wet suit and lunch. This trip is normally $85+ pp.
Register: Sign-up directly with River Recreation: https://www.peek.com/s/465d13e4-f015-4f66-b1de-55359ee6ab07/3dY9
Camping: Camping is available onsite for $20 a night per tent.
2019 Alpine District Pinewood Derby
Date: Saturday, April 13, 2019
Time: Car inspections start at 9:30am. Race starts 11:00am
Location: Issaquah LDS Building - 1100 6th Ave SE, Issaquah, WA.
Flyer: pdf Pinewood Derby Flyer 2019
Rules: pdf Pinewood Derby Rules 2019
Register: Register Now!
PLEASE NOTE: The District Pinewood Derby is open to Lions! Lions will have trophies for the top three.
Entry fee is $10 for each car entered to race and will be collected during the registration/inspection process. At that time you will also receive a raffle ticket for some prize drawings. There is only 1 car per racer and we only except cash or check.
All cars must be registered and inspected prior to the race. Registration and car inspection will be held BEFORE the race from 8:30am – 9:30am. Be sure to arrive in time to get through the check in process. The race begins at 10:00 a.m. SHARP.
All Seattle District packs are welcome to participate and may send an unlimited number of scouts
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE DERBY RACE, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT BOB AT BALLISTICBOB4@GMAIL.COM.
Looking forward to seeing everyone at this fun event!
Bring your American spirit and come join us at Camp Edward for the Annual Alpine District Camporee. This year the youth of Lamonti Tupso Illahee put a lot of effort in reinventing the experience of camporee. 22 Rifle Shoot-Offs, Log-Saw Competitions, Firebuilding and much more!
Staffing opportunities are available as well. Please direct questions to your Scoutmaster, Cubmaster, or contact Brent Schmidt.
Date: Friday April 12th, to Sunday April 14th, 2019
Location: Camp Edward, Snohomish, WA
Cost: $25 Per Person
Leaders Guide: pdf Camporee Leaders Guide 2019
Flyer: pdf Camporee Flyer 2019
Register: Register Now!
As a volunteer driven organization, Boy Scouts of America strives to recognize its outstanding volunteers for Unit and District Awards. We need your help in providing recognition to our many outstanding volunteers.
Please check out all 13 award categories on the District page and see how many from your unit will qualify. The awards nomination form can be downloaded here.
NOMINATION FORM: document 2019 Alpine District Recognition Nomination Form
Date: Thursday, June 13th, 2019
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Issaquah LDS building - 1100 6th Ave SE, Issaquah, WA 98027 (directions)
Nominations will be accepted at the April and May Roundtables or via email (email@example.com). Award recipients will be announced at the District Volunteer Recognition Evening on June 13th.
District Award of Merit
The District Award of Merit is a council award presented by districts in the same manner that the Silver Beaver is a national award presented by councils. It recognizes Scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the district level. Download Application Here
Unit Leader Award of Merit
Quality unit leadership is the key to a quality unit program — and it leads to better Scout retention. Statistics show that if young people stay engaged in the program for at least five years, the BSA’s influence likely will stay with them for the rest of their lives. A quality Scouting experience will help keep Scouts in the program, and the Boy Scouts of America created the Unit Leader Award of Merit to recognize the quality unit leaders who make that happen. Download Application Here
The 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 30th and Saturday, April 6th, 2019 (you must attend both days)
LOCATION: Mary Queen of Peace Church, 1121 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075
TIME: 9:00am – 5:00pm
COST: $50.00 per person ($30.00 per person if you are renewing)
WFA REGISTRATION (NEW $50): Register Now
FLYER: pdf WFA Wilderness and Remote First Aid flyer (March 2019)
The cost of the Wilderness and Remote First Aid Training course is $50.00 per person ($30.00 per person if you are renewing), and you must attend both days.
Questions? Please contact Todd Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scouting for Food Overview: In March the Chief Seattle Council, Boy Scouts of America will conduct its annual Scouting for Food campaign. This important community service project is designed to fight hunger locally by helping to fill the shelves of neighborhood food banks at a time of year when needs are high and supplies are low. During the last 30 years, this national program has collected millions of non-perishable food items for families in need. Our collaborative council goal is to collect 60,000 pounds. A second objective is to increase community awareness about hunger in Western Washington.
How does the Scouting for Food campaign work? Scouts will distribute door hangers promoting Scouting for Food on Saturday, March 16, 2019 to each residence in their assigned neighborhood. The following Saturday, March 23, 2019 Scouts will return to these homes to collect donated food items and deliver them to local food banks.
Please note the Scouting for Food dates:
Hanger Distribution: Saturday March 16th 2019. Distribute door hangers in assigned neighborhood or area. If March 16th doesn't work, your unit can decide when works best with its schedule (distribute hangers during its pack/troop meeting, choose a different date, or ask for and pick up donations on March 23rd).
Collection Day: Saturday March 23rd 2019. Pick up food contributions in assigned area and deliver to local food bank. Count number of pounds received.
The Issaquah Food Bank has a new location for receiving donations:
Troop 636 will be working here to receive donations from 9AM to 1pm Saturday, March 23rd.