Saturday, April 23rd will be a work day at Camp Royce Finel.
If: you are 14 – 114
If: you volunteer at Council Camp Service Project
If: you fill in award card and get it signed
Royce Finel work day. Start at 8:30am.
Please bring a garden rake, shovel, hodag, broom
loppers and shears.
The next National Jamboree is right around the corner. It’s the perfect time to get more information and get signed up.
There will be an informational meeting in Ft. Clatsop District on Thursday, April 28th at 7pm. The location is yet to be determined.
Come meet Jack Branch, Cascade Pacific Council’s National Jamboree Chairman. Jack has also been the past scoutmaster of the Longview/Ft. Clatsop Jamboree Troop.
Any youth or adults interested in attending the 2017 National Jamboree should plan to attend. Youth should bring a parent with them.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT SGT. GOODDING MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Providence Seaside Hospital is assisting with volunteer coordination for this Friday’s memorial service for Sgt. Jason Goodding, and they are looking for additional help as family members, friends and the community pay their last respects.
Friday, February 12 – Memorial Service
Approximately 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Seaside Convention Center, 415 First Avenue, Seaside
Deadline: Volunteers must sign up by Wednesday, Feb. 10 at noon, in order to have enough time to arrange volunteer placement.
If you’d like to volunteer, please contact Providence Seaside Hospital Volunteer Coordinator Alana Kujala with your name and phone number. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or(503) 717-7171.
Thank you for your consideration.
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Discovery Channel Seeks Families For Survival TV Show
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Participating family members must be 18 or older. Families can be compact and nuclear, blended and extended, and may include grandparents, parents, children, partners, aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces and friends.
To apply e-mail email@example.com with “DISCOVERY FAMILY SURVIVAL SHOW” in the subject line:
- Names and ages of family members
- Phone number
- City and State
- Why do you nominate your family for this opportunity?
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- Attach a few family photos
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Stop and smell the reality.
Seaside’s Boy Scout Troop 642 is once again partnering with the Necanicum Watershed Council to recycle Christmas Trees. Your trees will be re-used in local rivers as fish habitats.
Trees may be droppped off at the Outlet Mall or Columbia Bank in Cannon Beach. Or you can call 503-717-9563 to have your tree picked up.
Dates and times are
January 2nd and January 3rd from 9am-4pm
Suggested donation of $5 for drop off and $8 for pick up.
Trees may not be flocked and should have no tinsel, wire or ornaments.
Garlands and wreaths will also be accepted if they are all natural materials.
Seaside’s Boy Scout Troop 642 will be wrapping gifts at the Warrenton Fred Meyer next week.
They will be available at the following times
December 19-23 from noon – 8pm
December 24th from 10am – 3pm
They will be accepting donations to be used toward summer camp fees and supplies. It’s a great opportunity to support local youth…and there is the added benefit of not having to purchase and store all that wrapping paper.
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Check your inbox this week for the Voice of Scouting e-newsletter. We hope you’ll open it up and read some of the great stories of Scouting making a difference in the lives of youth. Here’s what it is and why we think you’ll like it.
What is the Voice of Scouting?
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You might ask, why should I follow another blog? Through a partnership of BSA Councils, volunteers, and generous experts, the Voice of Scouting was created to be the vehicle for YOURvoice of Scouting. Spread the good news of Scouting; share your story; make a difference in the lives of youth.
BSA Councils, Scouters, bloggers and families from all over are joining the movement and adding their voice, will you? If you like to submit a story to the Voice of Scouting e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org