It’s that time of year again…come out and enjoy the fun at the Ft. Clatsop District Picnic…and check out the Dutch Oven Cookoff. Check out the rules at the end of this post and load up your Dutch Oven and favorite dessert supplies.
There will be games, fun and food. The District will provide hamburgers and hot dogs with the fixins as well as water. Bring your own favorite potluck side dish.
As in years past, there will be NO SWIMMING allowed at this event. There is also a $5 fee to park at Cullaby Lake.
We look forward to seeing everyone there.
2016 Ft. Clatsop District
DUTCH OVEN COOKOFF
Show off your favorite dessert
FT CLATSOP DISTRICT PICNIC
CULLABY LAKE SOUTH PARK
Cooking Starts at 6:00 pm
Judging at 7:00 pm
Two Divisions Scouts and Scouters
Ft. Clatsop District
Dutch Oven Dessert Cook Off
July 14 2016
Cullaby Lake South Park
Entrants supply your own Dutch Ovens and Utensils
- Entrants supply all charcoal and starting materials.
- Everything must be prepared on site.
- Entrants must be able describe their creation as to how made and with what to the judges.
- Entrants can start bringing in their equipment and set up at 5:30 pm.
- Preparation and starting of charcoals can begin no sooner than 6:00 pm
- Judging at 7:00 pm. All cooking ends and your plated dessert brought to the judging table.
- There will be 2 divisions. Adult Scouters and Scouts
- This is a solo event, no teams or helpers.
- Judges will be judging on:
- There will be a points deducted for Cobblers and Dump Cakes in the Adult Division.
- Head Judge’s decision will be final.
- All cooking must be done in a Dutch Oven on site. No more than 2 Dutch Ovens maybe used.
- Side items such as butters, sauces, jams should not be presented to the judges.
- Good fire safety practices must be maintained.
- Safe food handling practices must be maintained.
QUESTIONS??? Call or Text Victor Kee 503-791-5880
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Mud Mayhem is a chance to get muddy and challenge yourself through an obstacle course of mud pits, ropes, tubes, and water. You’ll need all your strength to climb, jump, crawl and scoop all the mud at Mud Mayhem! All scouts (that includes Cub Scouts, Boy Scout, and Venturers and their families) are welcome to attend! The mile-long course takes approximately an hour, but you can stay as long as you want! Get ready to get muddy for this fun family activity! Register at http://www.cpcbsa.org/register
Portland Timbers FC and Cascade Pacific Council announce tickets are available for the T2 vs Sacramento Republic FC match at a special Scouting price! $15.00 guarantees you a Reserved seat and includes a special 2015 Scout Night patch! Visit www.cpcbsa.org/timbers2
Gates open at 6:00pm
Saturday, September 12th
Game starts at 7:00pm
1844 SW Morrison St
Portland, OR 97205
- Purchase your tickets by September 4th*
- Register Early and you will be entered into a drawing!
- Register by August 14th and you will be entered to win a Portland Timbers jersey autographed by the first team Timbers players.
- Register by August 31st and you will be entered to win a Portland Timbers baseball hat autographed by the first team Timbers players.
* Ticket Purchases will be available at September 10th District Roundtable.
We are looking for energetic Scouts and Scouters to volunteer to staff Mud Mayhem 2015. We will provide each volunteer a meal and a drink per each shift worked.
We do ask that scouts who would like to volunteer to be 14 years old or older.
If you or your group, are planning on volunteering for an afternoon shift, we have some special surprises in store for you!
How about mixing a little Goonies film site visit in with Whale Watching?
Ecola State Park is one of the 24 designated whale watching sites on Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) Whale Watch Week Dec. 27-31 along the coast.
Trained volunteers from the Whale Watching Spoken Here program will be stationed at the sites 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on those days to help visitors spot gray whales heading south.
Visitors will also learn about whale migration and feeding habits. A map of the watch sites is available online at whalespoken.org.
Members of Pack 540 met at the Cannon Beach American Legion at 8am on December 23rd. They were tasked with filling and delivering food boxes with the Cannon Beach American Legion and Cannon Beach Fire Department.
They started by helping the Legion finish filling the boxes that contained canned food (some of which those scout collected during Scouting For Food earlier in the month) bread, vegetables, candy, turkeys, bacon, eggs and milk. The filled boxes were loaded onto a UHaul and driven to low income neighborhoods to be deliverd to families who needed them.
While delivering boxes they were followed by Erik Bengel for an article in the Cannon Beach Gazette. http://www.dailyastorian.com/CBG/news/20141223/cannon-beach-volunteers-help-low-income-folks-have-a-merry-christmas
Their work wasn’t quite done yet. As soon as they finished they headed to the Seaside Fire Department. Once there they loaed up the close to 700lbs of food collected for Scouting for Food in Seaside and delivered it to the Seaside Food Bank.
It was a great way to start the day.