Category Archives: Service Project Opportunities

Ft. Clatsop District Day Camp Volunteer Staff Positions Available

We are looking for youth, age 14 and older, boys and girls. Great opportunity for service hours for Boy Scouts, service hours toward Pacifica Projects for non scouts.

We are also looking for adult volunteers for our fishing station as well as BB and Archery ranges. Current NRA certification would be a plus, however if you aren’t currently certified BSA range instructor training will be provided.

Camp training and set up will be Saturday June 25th…camp will run June 27-July 1st at Camp Rilea.

To volunteer, please contact the Ft. Clatsop Day Camp On Site coordinator, John Doran at 302-270-3834…or Ft. Clatsop District Program Chairman Laurie Good Kautz at laurie.kautz@gmail.com

Please download and fill out the Camp Staff Application athttps://www.cpcbsa.org/files/1956/Camp-Staff-Application as well as parts A and B of the medical form at https://www.cpcbsa.org/files/1928/Medical-Form (as this is a DAY camp and less than 72 consectutive hours, the doctors portion is not needed).

Camp Royce Finel Work Day

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
Then: you can earn Hodag Awards!   https://www.cpcbsa.org/files/1939/Hodag-Record-Card
Royce Finel work day. Start at 8:30am.
Please bring a garden rake, shovel, hodag, broom
loppers and shears.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT SGT. GOODDING MEMORIAL SERVICE

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 alana.kujala@providence.org or(503) 717-7171.

 

Thank you for your consideration.

 

Sincerely,

Kelsey Balensifer

Event Coordinator & Publication Editor

Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce

111 W. Marine Drive / PO Box 176

Astoria, OR 97103

503-325-6311 (office) / 503-325-9767 (fax)

www.oldoregon.com

Camp Royce Finel Workday Saturday, October 4th

There will be a Camp Royce Finel workday Saturday, October 4th 2014. We will be fixing the damage Tarp Shelters
with Metal Poles . Need some folks that can lift heavy items. Work will be from 8:30AM to Finish or to 4PM.

Notice: The work day depends us getting a few heavy days of rain between now and a Month. We are in Fire Season and the Campbell Group has their service road locked down now, and we need it to bring in supplies.
Tom Grimm tkgrimm@charter.net

Volunteers Needed to Staff Mud Mayhem on September 13th

If you are wanting to volunteer for Mud Mayhem, here’s the info:

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME MUDDY FUN??

We’re using VolunteerSpot to organize staffing for MUD MAYHEM 2014.

Please sign up for Mud Mayhem Mud Run – here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:
1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot:http://vols.pt/e5zL23
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots – VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.

Thank you for your help!

Laurie Pearson
503-780-4055

A SCOUT IS CLEAN BUT NOT AFRAID TO GET DIRTY!

Ft. Clatsop District Summer Parades

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about parades. There are several parades on our district in which scouts can participate. Scout units wishing to participate should contact the parade organizers to register. (Those wishing to participate in either of Astoria’s Regatta Parades, please contact Ft. Clatsop District Program Chairman Laurie Kautz at laurie.kautz@gmail.com as we typically enter as a district).

As with any public appearance scouts should use the following guidelines…

Scout Field Uniform (formerly known as Class A uniform). Shirts should be tucked in to scout pants or neat, clean blue jeans (no camo pants or gym shorts please). Hats, neckerchiefs and tie slides as appropriate for your scout unit. Closed toe shoes and socks.

Scouts should always conduct themselves by the scout law.

Parades do count toward service hours, so make sure your scout unit logs their hours at http://www.myscouting.org

4th of July Parades

Astoria/Warrenton

  • Parade will be held in Warrenton. Full information to follow, check back for updates to this post.

Seaside

  • 11am in Seaside
  • Registration forms can be found at http://www.seasidemuseum.org/paradeform.cfm

Cannon Beach

  • 11am in Cannon Beach
  • For more information contact The Legion 503-436-2973, email info@cannon-beach.net 

Astoria Regatta Parades

  •  Regatta Kick Off Parade. August 6th at 630pm – no motorized vehicles. Meet at the Astoria U.S. Bank parking lot. Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Crew Members and Sea Scouts needed to carry flags. Other entries always welcome. Free Ice Cream for participants following the parade
  • Regatta Grand Land Parade. Saturday, August 9th at 1130am District Cub Scouts welcome to attend as a group. Meet in the Aquatic Center Parking lot. Frozen treats for Scout participants following the parade.

This week in our camps

Camp Cooper work weekend is taking place this Friday through Sunday. The good weather will help us prepare camp for this summer’s programs including NYLT and summer camp. Next weekend Camp Pioneer, Butte Creek Ranch (Gilbert) and Scouter’s Mountain will all have Scouters work weekends. These annual events are vital to opening summer camp. What a great way to catch up with old friends and meet new ones while enjoying the camaraderie of making sure our camps are in good shape for our kid’s summer experience. You don’t have to be proficient with a hammer or saw to help. Touching up paint on our camp signs, washing windows or general cleaning are all needed to make our camps look great. For details on how you can participate click this link Work Weekends or call your camp ranger.