$105 regular price/$85 early-bird price
Early bird payment deadline May 10, 2018
Get your Moose On!
Mush! Mush! Mush! Put on your parkas, and get your dog sleds ready. We’re heading North to Alaska! Activities: panning for gold, dog sled racing, lumber jack games, fishing, Native American crafts and games. Archery, shooting sports, and field sports will be the only rotations that will be the same
Camp format and dates
Alpine day camp runs Tuesday July 24th to Thursday July 26, 9am to 2:30pm, Friday July 27, 9am to 2pm
How to register
Each scout family and adult leader needs to register online. If not paying via CC, Pack day camp coordinators need to collect payment and submit payment worksheets for the pack. See the flyer and Day Camp website linked below for more information.
Day Camp Director
A fun, achievement filled weekend!
September 22nd to September 23rd, 2018
Activities for Cubs, Training for Leaders, Information for Parents – Games for All
Who: Webelos and AOL Cub Scouts and their parents
What: An overnight camping activity to explore What Boy Scouts is like
Why: FUN! Light a fire! Learn to cook outdoors! Be a victim! Learn First Aid! Get lost in the woods! Find your way home!
A chance to meet Local Troops and Scouts
An opportunity to work on Cast Iron Chef, Camper and Castaway sign - offs.
Camp with your Son in a Scout Camp!
Adirondacks, two person cabins or your own tent.
Share in a Campfire Program!
Date: Saturday Sept 22nd 8:00AM – Sunday Sept 23rd 11:00AM
Location: Camp Pigott near Monroe Washington
Cost: Webelos Scout - $35, Parent - $5, Webelos Den Leader - $5
Why the different costs? Webelos pay for the program, lunch and patches. Parents and Leaders pay for lunch.
The district is working on improving how it gets information to all of its Units, Scouts, and Scouters. We've set up a Mailchimp account that distributes the district's monthly newsletter. We've started with all the emails listed on youth and adult registrations currently registered in the district. Anyone can subscribe to the district newsletter here. For more information visit the Alpine District Newsletter webpage.
The Chief Seattle Council is divided into 12 districts with leadership provided by the District Executive, District Chairman, and the District Commissioner. Except for the District Executive, the committee is staffed by volunteers.
District Meetings: The Alpine District Committee meets at the Sportsman Club in Issaquah on the first Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm. All are welcome. The voting members of the Alpine District consist of volunteer representatives from each chartered organization having at least one BSA unit, plus annually elected members-at-large who in turn elect the District Chair.
Alpine Calendar Tips
We recommend you download Teamup from the App Store (iPhone) or Play Store (Android) for mobile viewing of the Alpine calendar. Complete instructions are listed at http://seattlebsa.org/calendar-apps. Within Teamup, you can select just the Alpine calendar, or multiple calendars (e.g. Council, Training, OA, Alpine).
To link the Alpine calendar to Gmail:
In Gmail calendar, on the left side there's an "Other calendars" heading with a down arrow button on the RIGHT. Click it and select "Add by URL" in the box that shows asking for the URL paste the following link:
Linking other types of email clients:
How To Subscribe to iCalendar Feeds