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Chief Seattle Council delivers outstanding programs and adventures with the support of dedicated volunteers that serve hand-in-hand with professionals, bringing kids and families together through Scouting.
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Rendezvous Weekend

Join us for an adventure packed weekend June 22nd – 24th at Camp Parsons! Challenge your skills, experience new things, and create lasting memories. Open to Venturing Crews, Sea Scout Ships, and Explorer Posts! If youth is in a ScoutBSA Troop and 14 or over they can dual register into a local Crew, Ship, or Post and join in the fun! To find out more on this event go  directly to the registration site.

Leaders Training Weekends

Here’s a great opportunity to get several people from your unit trained in just one weekend. Choose from a variety of fun learning adventures to best serve your unit. To find out more and to register go to 


Wood Badge Leader Training

Being an awesome leader is easy with the support of Wood Badge! You’ll be fully engaged as you develop great new techniques and confidence in your skillset.  With Wood Badge you’ll develop a network of great friends to share your Scouting experiences with. Find out more and register today at


Powder Horn is Happening!

Powder Horn is open for registration now! This adventurous weekend is happening Aug 8 – 11, 2024 at Camp Fife. This course is for those 14 and up, will equip youth, adults and scout leaders with the knowledge to safely undertake outdoor adventures, obtain resources for leading outdoor programs and provides exposure to high-adventure activities. This is not a certification course, it’s ideal support for anyone interested in high-adventure programs at the unit level. Find out more and register at and remember all council activities qualify for camperships.

Citizenship in Society Workshop

The Citizenship and Society Merit Badge Workshop is back and happening on June 8th. Thanks to the quality of this exceptional program it fills up extremely fast so make sure your youth gets registered now. For more information and registration go to



Join us on April 24th for a fun night dedicated to supporting your Pack! We’ll delve into the new Cub program updates, share fun ideas to help energize your activities and marketing, plus do some great giveaways including MARINERS TICKETS! National Cub Scout Committee Member Lisa Wylie will join us from your meeting place or the comfort of your own home on ZOOM! Register HERE


Cub Scouts

Youth Protection Training

Summer Camp and more awesome adventures are on the way, make sure your unit is prepared by having registered, trained leaders and older youth. Remember All BSA adult volunteers and all adults staying overnight for a Scouting activity. must be a registered adult in a position or listed as an adult program participant. *Limited exception for Cub Scout overnight programs. Find out more at:

Spring Shooting Sports

Set your sights on registering for a great day of Shooting Sports on April 21st. Now’s the time to sharpen your skills or work on on a merit badge. Choose from a variety of range of experiences will be offered including archery, BB shooting, .22 rifles, shotguns, black powder, and pistols. Hosted by Camp Pigott from 9am to 4pm, if you’d like to camp the night before contact, the cost: $45.00/per person. For more information and to register, go to

Spring Camporees

Long days are just around the corner and that means time for CAMPOREES!! That’s right, time to show off your best teamwork and scout skill knowledge. Register for one or more of this year’s fun events, scheduled from April until October here

63rd Annual Eagle Banquet

Another AMAZING Keynote Speaker will share his passion for the outdoor life at this year’s 63rd Annual Eagle Awards Recognition Banquet. Bill Steele will join us in honoring the journey of these outstanding young people, and we hope you will too. For more information on Bill and the exceptional night planned, go to


National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is designed to support youth in developing a leadership mindset. The training use the peer to peer method; it is conducted by highly qualified youth staff under the supervision of adult advisors. This program will provide youth with skills and experiences to support their growth in Scouting and beyond. Multiple sessions available To find out more and to register go to NYLT and all in-council camps qualify for camperships.

Scouting For Food

The tradition of supporting food insecurity in local communities goes back to the mid-80’s and is just one of the many ways Scouts serve. Make sure to register your unit and plan your path. March is the designated month for SCOUTING FOR FOOD by registering you let us know but that your unit designates a different month. 

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