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Cascade Pacific Council Boy Scouts of America
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Outdoor adventures and lifelong learning for youth in Oregon and Washington
Outdoor adventures and lifelong learning for youth in Oregon and Washington

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From the Scouting Magazine blog: The most important patch in Scouting might not be what you think - The Arrow of Light marks a major milestone in a Cub Scout’s growth. The senior patrol leader badge represents the most important position in a troop. And the Eagle Scout award symbolizes an incredible journey of perseverance. But when considering the array of Scouting awards and recognitions available to young people, there’s one that stands above them all. If you think about its ability to g...
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From the Scouting Magazine blog: Here are 18 of the best Scouts BSA patrol names so far - What’s in a name? For Scouts BSA patrols, a name unites new and old friends. What’s more, it gives Scouts a chance to express their originality. And with new troops come new patrol names! The young minds in Scouts BSA have put their heads together to come up with the some of the most creative (and hilarious) patrol names we’ve ever heard. This isn’t an exhaustive list, so after you read through these p...
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S. Thorp turned in a 40 hour project for Portland Parks. He built a rock garden at Alberta Park to help with drainage around the pathway. Great job!
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From the Scouting Magazine blog: Eastern Washington guard Jacob Davison is an Eagle Scout - When he was being recruited to play college basketball, Jacob Davison met with an assistant coach from Eastern Washington. Davison and Shantay Legans — who has since been elevated to head coach at EWU — discussed the usual topics: basketball, academics, leadership. Before long, Davison shared that he’s an Eagle Scout. That simple but impactful statement might have sealed the deal. “They understand ho...
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From the Scouting Magazine blog: Book goes ‘Back to Gilwell’ to uncover ‘The History of Wood Badge in the United States’ - A new book published by the Boy Scouts of America tracks the fascinating history of Wood Badge, from its founding by Lord Baden-Powell in 1919 to its current role as the BSA’s essential training program for adult leaders. The book, A History of Wood Badge in the United States by Kenneth P. Davis, is available through the Seattle Book Company for $19.95, plus shipping. “...
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From the Scouting Magazine blog: Drone-focused Explorer post offers path to careers that are really taking off - When Brian Sweeney had the idea to start a drone-focused Explorer post in North Carolina, he figured he’d have no trouble filling the 10 available spaces. He was 100 percent correct. At least 28 young people expressed interest in joining Explorer Post 1194, and Sweeney accepted the first 10 who applied. (The limit was 10 because that’s how many drones Sweeney was able to purchase...
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From the Scouting Magazine blog: When do you remove ‘Eagle Scout’ from your resume? Hint: It’s a trick question - Earning the Eagle Scout Award is an awesome accomplishment, one any Scout would be proud to proclaim. For Eagle Scouts applying for college admission or their first job, it feels natural to highlight their Scouting accolades. But how long should “Eagle Scout” remain on your resume? When you’re applying for your second job? Third? 10th? A quick Google search reveals many forums w...
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From the Scouting Magazine blog: Scouts from Orange County Council donate $58,710 worth of popcorn to military - When a potential popcorn customer says no, savvy Scouts make a follow-up pitch: “How about sending a bag of Scout popcorn to the troops?” It’s a great way to support two quintessential American institutions: the Boy Scouts of America and the U.S. military. This month, Scouts and Scouters from the BSA’s Orange County Council delivered a taste of home to the men and women of our na...
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Kevin H of troop 294 transformed a classroom into an efficient food pantry for St. Vincent de Paul in Scappoose. Great job Kevin. To learn more about service projects and how to log your hours visit: https://www.cpcbsa.org/service
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From the Scouting Magazine blog: Meet some of the first young women inducted into the Order of the Arrow - It’s a season of firsts for the Boy Scouts of America, and these history-making moments aren’t limited to the Feb. 1 launch of Scouts BSA. Earlier this month, a group of 18 Venturers from the Kansas City, Mo., area became some of the first young women ever inducted into the Order of the Arrow, Scouting’s honor society. The history-making event required careful planning by the Tamegonit...
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