Aurora District

November 4, 2017  9 am to 1 pm.

May 5 & 6, 2017        Location to be determined.      Looking for a volunteer Pack to Host
You must be registered in advance to participate. Register HERE: Coming soon.

The basic layout will be the same.  The Event is held as a co operative event.
If you son is racing, their parent / adult is helping.  
When making a car for the pack event, make sure you are following the District Derby Rules (See below).  

Cost - $10 per family, It was agreed upon to collect $10 from each family to cover the cost of awards for the event. Any remaining funds will be given to the Aurora District.  You may pay with cash, check made payable to BSA or with credit card (John Padgett will be there with his square during registration, to accept payments).
Volunteer Jobs- This event is 100% run by parent volunteers, who have Scouts participating in the event.  I still have some parents that have not signed up for a job.  A few things we still need covered are: snacks, juice, coffee and clean up help.  Please update sheet directly through the google share or email directly.
Where -  
Track set up -  
Weigh In - 
Race Start Time - ***Please note that this is only a estimated time guideline, we will immediately be racing the Wolf following the Tiger, etc. So if it only takes 20min. to race the Tigers we will start the Wolf at 9:50AM, and other Dens to follow suit***
Tiger 9:30-10:15AM (45 min.)
Wolf 10:15-11AM (45 min.)
Bear 11-11:45AM (45 min.)
Webelos I 11:45-12:30PM (45 min.)
Webelos II 12:30-1PM  (30 min.)
Finals 1-1:30PM (30 min.) Awards Immediately following the Race (15 min.)
Trophy & Neck Medallions -  Each participant will receive a medallion for participating in the event, that have been custom made for our district.  Each Den will have a 1st, 2nd & 3rd place and participation medallions.  The  grand prize will be a substantial trophy, that will be presented immediately following the 1st place Den winners race.
Thank you for your time and effort in making this event a wonderful memory for our Scouts.

Developing the Rules: Pack, District, and Council 
The traditional rules for the design of the pinewood derby car are included with each official pinewood derby car. Actually they have not changed substantially since Cubmaster Murphy began the derby in 1953. However, as you must know, there are rules, and then there are the rules.

Aurora District Cub Scout Day Camp
At the Nile Country Club Picnic Area
6601 244th ST SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA  98043   Map

UPDATED!!  New start date.
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Monday, August 7 to  Thurs, August 11 ,
Drop off between 8:30 am to 8:45 am, Camp opens at 9 am
Pick up between 3:30 pm to 3:45 pm.  Camp closes at 4 pm

$80 if paid by June 15, $90 thereafter  (concerns, contact Darcy)

Shriner's Nile Golf Course, Seattle



Friday, Aug 11, 2017
Golden Gardens Park, 8498 Seaview Pl NW, Seattle, WA 98117

Arrive 8:30 to 8:59 am.   2 pm closing campfire & pick up.

Sea Scout Day. 
Ride the SSS Propeller, Beach  picnic & campfire, and program.
More info to come!!
Ahoy Mates.

Mark your calendars 2017 March 16  7 pm, Aurora District Recognition Dessert Event.
Join all your friends on Thursday evening to celebrate their scouting recognition.

Meet us in the gym at the Shoreline LDS Stake, 102 N. 132nd St, Seattle, WA  98133

Bring a dessert to share.  Friends and Families Welcome.

Click here to find all District Awards recipients, forms and descriptions.

The Award Committee on behalf of the District Committee is looking for each Pack, Troop, Crew and Team to submit awards to recognize your distinguished volunteers at our upcoming Awards Recognition Dessert Event on April 7th.  I will be emailing you a notice about the event separately.

Scouting for Food

How to collect food.  Two options:
1.  Canvasing your neighborhood, please order door hangers.  Hangers will be available at March Roundtable.
      March (second weekend), Saturday - Drop off door hangers
      March (Third weekend), Saturday - Pick up food and take to drop off point.

2.  Post in front of a grocery store, pass out papers with suggested items to purchase, collect as patrons leave the store.  Contact your local Grocery Store for permission.  Coordinate with a food bank for drop off, etc.

REGISTER here to let us know you are participating.

REPORT here the amount of food collected, time spent collecting (service hours).  National BSA uses this info to demonstrate our commitment to service and Helpfullness to the community.  Links to report coming soon.

Questions:  email   

Contact a Food Bank in your neighborhood and make arrangements with them for drop off.

North Seattle

  North Helpline.  12736 33rd Ave NE, Seattle, WA  98125    206-367-3477

  Volunteers of America, Western WA.  13000 Linden Ave N. Seattle, WA  98133  425-446-0467

  University District Food Bank      5017 Roosevelt Way NE    Seattle, WA 98105  (206) 523-7060

Shoreline - Lake Forest Park

  Shoreline Food Bank  15809 Westminster Way N.  Shoreline, Washington 98133  Phone: 206.440.7300

Concern For Neighbors  4700 228th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA  98043   425-778-7227


   Ballard Food Bank  5130 Leary Ave NW  Seattle, WA 98107  (206) 789-7800

Greenwood - Wallingford - Fremont

   1501 N. 45th St., Seattle, WA 98103   (206) 694-6727

Queen Anne  -  Magnolia

  Queen Anne Food Bank  232 Warren Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109  (206) 216-4102


2017 Camporee/Webeloree
May 19 - 20 - 21

Ensign Ranch
Open to all Troops & Webelos

Sign up for the 2016 Popcorn Sale

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