Announcing the 2016 Popcorn Civil War. Oregon Duck and Beaver tins of caramel corn will be for sale. Which School will win?
What could you do with an extra $5000.
- Pay for camp?
- Purchase equipment?
- High adventure?
Sign up your unit to take part in the 2016 Popcorn Sale. This Fall you unit can sell enough popcorn to meet all the income needs for
the entire year. Your unit can tailor the sale to meet your needs:Sign up
Sunday, August 30, 11:30 am -2:00 pm. Join us for the huge Council Kick Off at Oaks Amusement Park, located at 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, in Portland. 11:30 am – 2:00 pm.
There will be a bunch of popcorn information, prizes and a BBQ lunch, then you can go have fun on rides! Check in at The Pavilion. Be sure to wear your Scout uniform!
$10 per popcorn Scout for lunch BBQ plus ride bracelet
$20 per person for lunch BBQ plus ride bracelet $5 per person for lunch BBQ only Please purchase your tickets online at www.cpcbsa.org/popcorn
Bike Trip America is a Charity Cross Country Bicycle Trip brought to you by the Scouts of Crew #255, Astoria OR. Chartered by the American Legion.
In a post from Bike Trip America’s facebook page….”Officially, we will be leaving exactly June 18th, 2015 at 10 AM from the Peter Iredale entrance to the beach. Public is welcome to join us for the ride from there to Astoria (11 miles) or just send us off. A little before 12 PM we will arrive at the American Legion in Astoria where there will be a barbecue lunch at 12 PM. Only about 40 burgers are available up for grabs, but if you show up you will likely be able to get one. By 1 PM we plan to be on the road again exiting Astoria from highway 30 to stay at a Legion post in Clatskanie which will be hosting us for our first night on the road. It will be a rather hilly first day, but the mileage shouldn’t be too tough.”
You can follow their progress on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/biketrip2015tonewyork or check out their web page at www.biketripamerica.com/
Over the Edge – June 26, 2015
Are you daring enough to rappel down the side of the 1000 Broadway Building? Enjoy breathtaking views and experience a life-changing adrenaline rush.
NEW THIS YEAR – YOUTH TOO!
New this year everyone ages 14 and older and weigh between 100-300 lbs. may participate. This year’s event is limited to the first 76 participants. Why not sign up as a Mom and Son, or Dad and Daughter team? A $100 registration fee is required. Edgers must raise a minimum of $1,500/ person or $2,500/team of two by June 16, 2015.
TOSS YOUR SCOUTMASTER!
If rappelling 24 stories down the 1000 Broadway Building is not your thing, organize your unit and find a die-hard thrill seeking adult leader in your unit who will agree to go over the edge.
Register online at www.cpcbsa.org/edge. Once you register, use our resources to create your personal message and begin collecting donations online.
SAVE THE DATE:
For Saturday March 7th 5:30-7:30PM at the Seaside American Legion
Show your support for our local Seaside Boy Scout Troop 642, by joining them for a Hawaiian Dinner prepared by Malia’s Grill!
Choice of: Teriyaki Chicken or Pulled Pork and Cabbage, Rice, and Hawaiian mac salad or green salad with papaya dressing.
$12 per plate or 2 for $20
Please call 503-717-9563 to arrange for the closest scout to get you tickets
They can be purchased at Seaside or Cannon Beach Columbia Bank Branches
Come out and help support our local United Way….and in turn support scouting in Ft. Clatsop District scouting.
Doors open at 5pm for reserved seating, 6pm for general seating.
Sample food from several local restaurants. Bid on some great items in the silent auction. You can even bid on the last spot as a judge for the competition.