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2011 - 2012 PROGRAM PLANNING CALENDAR

Program Calendar

CasCade PaCifiC CounCil Boy sCouts of ameriCa

this calendar has been designed for the Scouting volunteer, and is made available for unit program planning. Aside from adult leaders receiving specific leader training, there is no single element of your unit's success more vital than carefully selecting and scheduling your unit's activities . In addition to the 15-month council calendar and a listing of district activities and dates, this publication contains general information about your Scout council, camping opportunities and information on health and safety .

S c o u t o At H

On my honor, I will do my best, to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the scout law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

tA B L E o F c o n t E n t S

Scouting Web Links and Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Your council & District . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Adult Leader training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Additional training opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Planning a Great Year of Scouting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Paying for it All . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 council camping Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 » council properties comparison chart » council properties map council calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 37 Health and Safety & the guide to safe scouting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Insurance for Members & units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 unit Budgeting Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-41 Resource Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 unit Money Earning Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-44 calendar of Religious Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-46 Glossary of Scouting terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 council contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover » maps to cpc service centers this Calendar Belongs to . . .

S c o u t L AW

a scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.

ScoutInG'S JouRnEY to ExcELLEncE

"Scouting's Journey to Excellence" is the BSA's new council performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils . It is replacing the centennial Quality Awards Program as a means of encouraging excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA .

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ScoutInG WEB LInKS AnD RESouRcES

the cascade pacific council is dedicated to providing our scouts and scouters with tremendous support. our council web site is one way that we can provide you with forms, information, and answers to questions 24 hours a day. We do our best to keep it as up to date as possible. listed below are some pages that you might not be aware of, but you should be. bookmark them on your computer so you can access them anytime you are looking for something. remember to let the other leaders in your unit know about these too! the national council of the boy scouts of america supports more than 300 local councils that provide quality youth programs, including cub scouting, boy scouting, and Venturing. the national council also has great resources available on their web site. some of those are listed below.

national scouting WeB linKs

WWW .ScoutInG .oRG this is the home page for the national Council and offers many, many more resources. WWW .MYScoutInG .oRG this is a new portal made possible by the national Council for members to access resources like online tour permits, e-learning, rechartering, internet advancement. WWW .ScoutInG .oRG/HIGHADvEntuRE/PHILMont this is the home page for the Philmont scout ranch located in raton, new mexico. learn more about the outbound treks and the Philmont training Center. WWW .BoYSLIFE .oRG Boys' life is the magazine for all boys. the Boys' life Web site has information about the current issue, games to play, projects to download, and more. WWW .ScoutInG .oRG/HEALtHAnDSAFEtY the Boy scouts of america has nearly a century of experience conducting high-adventure outdoor activities in a manner that is safe for all participants. the following resources and information are provided to enable adult leaders and youth to help us maintain our impeccable safety record. WWW .nESA .oRG the national eagle scout association (nesa) is a fellowship of men who have achieved the eagle scout rank and who desire using their efforts and influence toward forming the kind of young men america needs for leadership. WWW .ntIER .oRG the northern tier offers many adventures. Come to the northern tier for an unforgettable experience in the world famous northwoods "Canoe Country" near ely, minnesota. WWW .ScoutInGMAGAzInE .oRG a web site companion to the magazine received by every registered leader

loCal scouting WeB linKs

WWW .cPcBSA .oRG our home page easily highlights events and information that you need to know about quickly and applies to a large segment of our membership. WWW .cPcBSA .oRG/REGIStER A page where you will find all the events that are currently available for you to register for online. Keep checking back as it is constantly changing and you may find something you hadn't yet heard about. WWW .cPcBSA .oRG/AvAILABILItY A page where you will find the current amount of availability for each summer camp and activity that we offer. WWW .cPcBSA .oRG/DIStRIctS A page where you will find a link to all the web pages for individual districts. WWW .cPcBSA .oRG/EMAIL a page where you can sign up for one of our many emailing lists. this is also where you go to manage your subscriptions. this includes changing your email address or signing up for another list. WWW .cPcBSA .oRG/HELP A page where you will find some of the ways that you can help scouting. WWW .cPcBSA .oRG/DoWnLoADS A page where you can find many resources available to download and use for your unit. Print as many copies as you need or email out to youth and parents. WWW .cPcBSA .oRG/LDS A page for LDS Scouters full of LDS specific Scouting information.

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YouR councIL & DIStRIct

your Council Your council is the Cascade Pacific council . the council began as the Portland council in July 1916, and has evolved over the past 95 years in many ways, including several name changes, the most recent when two councils merged in 1992 to become the cascade Pacific Council we know today. Your council currently serves more than 33,815 youth in 18 counties of northwest oregon and southwest Washington . A council is responsible for carrying out four functions: membership, finance, program, and unit service . More than 13,000 adult volunteers, assisted by 40 professional Scouters, carry out these important priorities in every corner of the cascade Pacific Council. Your council provides service at six volunteer service centers located in Portland, Salem, Longview, the Dalles, McMinnville, and Albany . Each center provides volunteers with assistance, information and other support . your district A district is a geographic service area within the council . Cascade Pacific Council is organized into 18 geographic districts as shown on the map . Each district is led by a volunteer district chairperson, who manages the operations of the district with the assistance of one or two district executives . Many additional volunteers manage the important functions of unit service, program, finance, and membership within the district . the district holds a monthly `Roundtable' meeting for all adult volunteers to share information, provide ongoing training, and offer a support system of knowledgeable adults . these roundtable meetings are commonly on the second thursday of each month; exact dates can be found in these calendar pages .

the district also offers periodic adult training on topics such as Youth Protection, this is Scouting, Position Specific training, Safe Swim Defense, Safety Afloat, and Youth Leader training for youth leaders . training is a vital component of a successful Scouting experience . Every registered adult should complete training for their position as soon as possible after accepting the position . your unit Each youth member and adult mentor belongs to a unit . the unit may be a cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout troop, varsity team, venturing crew, or Sea Scout Ship . Each unit offers Scouting fun to youth of a similar age and interests . Each unit has adult volunteer leadership and an adult committee to organize the basic functions of the unit. Each unit operates under a charter issued to their chartering Organization, an organization such as a church or service club, that works in conjunction with the district and council to offer Scouting programs to youth in the local community . Each unit belongs to a district which provides the unit with information, advice, assistance, and other support . Each unit's charter is renewed annually (now in october) to update individual memberships, contact information, renew Boys' Life magazine subscriptions, and renew the chartering organization's agreement to offer Scouting to the community .

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A D u Lt L E A D E R t R A I n I n G o P t I o n S

every youth deserves a properly trained leader! the boy scouts of america places an extremely high priority on training. everyone who assumes a leadership role in scouting and comes into direct contact with youth should be trained in the position he or she is serving. 100% trained leadership is the minimum. Cub Scout Leader Specific Training: the three Key Components of the training Process · tiger cub Den Leaders -- 2 hours 35 minutes youth protection training · cub Scout Den Leaders -- 2 hours 40 minutes the Boy Scouts of America places the greatest importance · Webelos Den Leaders -- 2 hours 55 minutes on creating the most secure environment possible for our youth · cubmasters and Assistant cubmasters -- 2 hours 40 members . to maintain such an environment, the BSA developed minutes numerous procedural and leadership selection policies and · Pack committee members -- 2 hours 40 minutes provides parents and leaders with resources for the cub Scout, Boy Scout Leader Specific Training: Boy Scout, and venturing programs . All registered adult leaders · Scoutmasters and Asst . Scoutmasters -- three 2½ hour are required to take the Youth Protection course either online sessions at www .cpcbsa .org or through district training courses offered · troop committee members -- 3 hours several times each year . · overnight outdoor training session Venturing or Varsity Leader Specific Training: fast start training and orientation · varsity coach and Assistant coaches -- two 3-hour Fast Start training is a ninety-minute orientation for all new sessions leaders. A small workbook and videotape are utilized (copies of · venturing crew Advisers and committee members -- 5 which are available for check-out from the volunteer Service hours centers) or can be found online at www .cpcbsa .org/training . this · overnight outdoor training session training is a MuSt for all new leaders! Outdoor Training: *one required per unit · Webelos Leader outdoor training -- 1½ days this is scouting · Introduction to outdoor Leader Skills -- 1½ days this is Scouting is an online course designed for all volunteers in all programs . this training provides Scouting program basics, age appropriateness of ongoing Wood Badge programs, and values and methods .

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leader specific training once an adult has completed this is Scouting, the next step is Position Specific Training. There are several specific training sessions, one for each position in Scouting:

fast start training Self-Paced Introduction

Leader Specific training this is scouting Basic Information every adult should know Training specific to each position When this level is completed, an adult may wear the tRAInED strip

Advanced, handson leadership skills course for every adult Scouter

supplemental training other learning opportunities such as:

· roundtable · pow Wow · philmont And more . . .

A D D I t I o n A L t R A I n I n G o P P o Rt u n I t I E S

Program & training Conference new in 2011 we are holding a new event combining training opportunities in areas of advancement, camping and training for all leaders . Leaders in cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and venturing are encouraged to attend and take classes . Don't forget to visit our midway where you will find booths from organizations waiting to offer you program ideas and services . Past booths have included oMSI and the oregon coast Aquarium . this is also the start of summer camp signups for next summer . Held annually in november . youth leadership training (y.l.t.) unit level youth leadership training A 1½ day training held by a troop for youth leaders . YLt is a primary function of the unit to properly train all of its youth leaders . national youth leadership training this council-sponsored national Youth Leadership training

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course offers three one-week sessions designed to teach primary leadership skills . nYLt is held at camp cooper in July, and is designed for Scouts 13-21 years old and at least First class rank . advanced adult leader training Wood Badge An intensive course for all adult Scout leaders in any Scouting program. Completion of Leader Specific Training for individual positions is a requirement . All leaders are encouraged to include Wood Badge as part of their ongoing training experience . Powder horn A skills resource course designed to help leaders get connected with many outdoor activities and the resources available to them . Completion of Leader Specific Training for individual positions is a requirement .

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P L A n n I n G A G R E At Y E A R o F S c o u t I n G

time invested in planning is well spent. planning saves time, prevents last minute conflicts, and ensures a safe and successful program for scouts. planning ahead makes the role of an adult volunteer more pleasant and rewarding. the three meeting Plan schedule three planning meetings, or plan an hour each for three upcoming unit committee meetings to discuss the coming year's program. invite all parents. begin by reviewing all materials in this packet. make copies of any material that will be useful to other leaders or parents. Fundraising should be discussed when developing a budget . consider council fundraisers such as the annual Popcorn sale (autumn) and Candy sale (spring) . Each of these sales is riskfree (no product left over), and returns over 30% profit to the unit . Discussion of what each Scout will need to do (participate in fundraisers, for example) in order to qualify for camp fees is important .

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gather ideas for activities and plan a monthly calendar. At the first meeting, have everyone list the activities they would like to experience with their Scouts . this is the time to think BIG and gather great ideas that will keep Scouts excited about the Scouting program! Estimate costs for each activity or assign individuals to research costs . list all costs and plan a budget. At the second meeting, review activities and costs, and finalize a monthly event list. Once a list of activities and costs has been developed, it will be easy to calculate an annual budget . consider including annual registration fees, Boys' Life subscriptions, and perhaps even a portion (or all) of camp fees for each Scout that can be covered by the unit if they participate in fundraisers and other unit events .

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share the plan with parents and build excitement. Be sure to promote your third meeting well, so that all parents attend, as this is the meeting where parents get excited about plans and may become more motivated .

Arrive prepared with a calendar and budget for each family . Plan to discuss what a great year the unit has ahead, how each family will benefit (great activities, fees including Boys' Life fees, and a portion of camp fees covered), as well as what commitments will be needed (fundraising participation goal level) . Be prepared for a recruiting night . Hand each new family a calendar of activities and a unit budget plan . new families will be more comfortable about joining a unit that is organized and has communicated exactly what their family commitments of time and fundraising will be . Existing families will also appreciate this critical information as they plan family calendars .

PAY I n G F o R I t A L L ...

program planning is critical, but at some point the question might come up..."How do we pay for all of this?" information on planning the unit's budget is available through your district executives, and a budget planning worksheet was included with this calendar when distributed. for additional copies of the budget Worksheet (no. 28-4268) contact the Volunteer service center. supporting your Council the council's annual budget is supported in many ways, including private donations, corporate donations, gifts-inkind, and product sales . Funds generated are directed to support Scouting through council camps, properties, volunteer Service Centers, and employees. Eighty-five percent of all dollars raised on behalf of the council go directly to program support...supporting unit efforts to provide Scouting to youth in communities . Remaining dollars support camp property maintenance and other essential functions . Here are a few ways to help the council: Product sales Each year the council coordinates two product sales for units interested in raising funds . Products include popcorn in the fall and candy and meat sticks in the spring. These sales are terrific ways for units to earn funds while supporting the council . unlike other unit fundraisers, Scouts may wear their uniforms while participating in council product sales. All can benefit from this risk-free sale (unsold product can be returned, a feature not available with most other fundraisers) . friends of scouting drive (f.o.s.) the district executive and a volunteer team work with units to contact Scouting families for support of local council operations . This is a voluntary effort to finance services in training, activities, camps, utilities, and other council expenses . In recognition of a unit's support, fees for facilities, camps, and activities are substantially discounted . Publications such as this Program Planning calendar and the services of your district executive are made possible because of the continued support of the Friends of Scouting campaign . Please make participation in this program a part of unit programs . heritage society In an effort to encourage support for the Endowment trust Fund, the council has established the Scouting Heritage Society . Men and women who believe in Scouting are encouraged to invest in the future . these individuals will be acknowledged as lifetime members of the Scouting Heritage Society . For more information on the Scouting Heritage Society, please ask for the Finance Department when calling the council Service center .

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c . P . c . F A c I L I t I E S

When a boy joins Scouting, one of the first questions he asks is, "When do we get to go camping?" Scouting wouldn't be the same without the "outing!" this page provides you with information about Cascade Pacific Council's great camping facilities . cPc offers fourteen facilities for shortterm use, including eleven camping facilities and three Winter Lodges (Aubrey Watzek, Nanitch, and Phlox Point) on Mt . Hood . use the chart below while you're planning your unit's annual calendar . More information, including maps to our camps, is available at each volunteer Service center and on the web at www . cpcbsa .org .

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check availability due to snow conditions . 2check availability with winter lodge program at cPc .

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horse treK Each year two 165 mile, 8-day horse treks occur where horses from Butte creek Scout Ranch are ridden to Baldwin and returned to Butte creek after camp . the eastbound and westbound treks are always popular and fill up fast . Registration begins the Monday following the Program & training conference at www .cpcbsa . org/register . Eastbound Trek Dates: June 18 - 26, 2011 Westbound Trek Dates: August 20 - 28, 2011 C.o.P.e. Build your group into a better team by participating in a one-day session of Project c .o .P .E . . Youth and adults will be led through a series of initiative games, low course and high course activities . the high course is among the trees at Scouters' Mountain, including a zip line, confidence pole, and vertical playground . there is also a coPE course at camp cooper . contact the volunteer Service Desk at the Portland office for available coPE session dates, or visit www . cpcbsa .org/register for prescheduled unit c .o .P .E . dates .

calapooia 2 District committee Meeting 9 Roundtable 9 Journey to Excellence check Point chinook 2 9 16 21 25 Lewis & clark 2 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 2 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting Mid-columbia 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter meeting 9 District BBQ 15 Pre Day camp meeting 16 Day camp Staff Meeting 20 Day camp Pioneer 2 9 9 9 23 thunderbird 2 District Dinner 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting 27 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 7 Roundtable tuality 7 7 7 9 25 25 Wapiti 2 9 9 9 9 Willamette 2 2 9 9

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting Key 3 Meeting cubmobile Races

columbia Gorge 2 District committee Meeting 2 commissioner Staff Meeting 9 Roundtable oA chapter Meeting 16 Eagle valley 2 District committee Meeting 9 Roundtable oA chapter Meeting 9 Ft . clatsop 2 2 16 14 16 9

District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Roundtable oA chapter Meeting

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable Webelos Leader outdoor training Baloo

Sea Scouts 2 Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates Sunset trail 1 District charter Due 2 District committee Meeting 2 commissioner Staff Meeting 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting 9 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 9 oA chapter Meeting 9 Eagle Board 9 Life to Eagle Seminar 23 Eagle Board & Project Approvals three Rivers 2 District committee Meeting 9 Roundtable

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting District Dessert

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting Den chief training oA chapter Meeting

District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Roundtable

Ft . vancouver 2 District committee Meeting 8 Eagle Board 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting 12 Eagle Board 16 commissioner Staff Meeting 30 Key 3 Meeting

Council 10 Protestant Committee mtg. 15 Council Board Mtg . 27 Commissioner Cabinet mtg. 27 district Commissioner mtg. 29 roundtable Commissioner mtg. order of the arrow 1 OA Officers BBQ Venturing 28 Venturing Program Cabinet mtg.

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Boy sCout resident CamPs in session in juLy: june 26 - july 2: Meriwether *Bargain Week july 3 - 9: Baldwin *Bargain Week Meriwether *Bargain Week Pioneer *Bargain Week july 10 - 16: Baldwin Meriwether (Monday Start) Pioneer july 17 - 23: Baldwin (Monday Start) Meriwether Pioneer july 24 - 30: Baldwin Meriwether Pioneer family CamPing eVents cPc has family-oriented activities throughout the year for entire families . Activities include fun family camping weekends at the beach, special girls' camps at a horse camp, and winter snow tubing days on Mount Hood: 2011 Girls' camp Aug 7-9 Labor Day Weekend Family camp September 2-5 Family Snow Days (tBA) 2012 Memorial Weekend Family camp May 25-28 Labor Day Weekend Family camp Aug 31- Sep 3 Girls' camp Aug 6-8

calapooia 7 District committee Meeting 14 Roundtable chinook 4 7 14 21 26 30 7 14 14 14 commissioner Staff Meeting no Roundtable no oA chapter Meeting District Picnic Wapiti 28 District committee Meeting Willamette 5 Key 3 Meeting 14 Roundtable Picnic/BBQ oA chapter Meeting 14

4th of July Parade/Longview District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting Key 3 Meeting Mother Son event/Longview

Mid-columbia 8 Baldwin tour- Manpower 22 Baldwin tour- Manpower Sea Scouts 4 July Fireworks cruise 7 Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates Sunset trail District 7 no - District committee Meeting no - commissioner Staff 7 Meeting 14 Roundtable 14 oA chapter Meeting 14 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 14 train the trainer-Den chief Inst . 28 Eagle Board & Project Approvals thunderbird 25 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 5

columbia Gorge 21 oA chapter Meeting Eagle valley 7 District committee Meeting 14 Roundtable 14 oA chapter Meeting Ft . clatsop 7 7 12 14 21

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting District Picnic

Ft vancouver 10 Eagle Board 13 Eagle Board Lewis & clark 7 District committee Meeting

Roundtable

Council 25 commissioner cabinet Mtg 25 District commissioners Mtg . 27 Roundtable commissioner Mtg. order of the arrow 8-16 Arrowcorps 2011 Venturing 26 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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Boy sCout resident CamPs in session in AuguST: july 31 - August 6: Baldwin Meriwether (Monday Start) Pioneer August 7 - 13: Baldwin Meriwether (Rover) Pioneer (Monday Start) August 14 - 20: Baldwin Meriwether (Rover) Pioneer trained leaders Scouting offers a great chance for adults to work with youth as role models, and to impact a new generation . Every adult can use some help as a role model, and Every Youth Deserves a trained Leader . Here are the simple steps: the new leader begins with a short self-paced introduction (known as Fast Start) to familiarize him/ herself with Scouting terms . then he/she participates in two courses (this is Scouting and Leader Specific Training) which share basic information about Scouting in general and about the position that they will be volunteering in within their unit . See p . 5 for details .

calapooia 4 District committee Meeting 11 Roundtable 22 Recruitment Kick-off chinook 4 4 11 11 18 18 23 Sea Scouts 4 Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 6 council Regatta 7 council Regatta Sunset trail 4 District committee Meeting 4 commissioner Staff Meeting 11 Summer Quarterly Roundtable 11 oA chapter Meeting 11 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 11 District BBQ (6:30 pm) 11 School night Kickoff (cubs) 11 LDS cub Scout orientation 13 Cub Scout Leader Specific 13 Youth Protection training 18 cPR training 25 Eagle Board & Project Approvals three Rivers District committee Meeting 4 4 commissioner Staff Meeting District Picnic / Membership 11 Kickoff thunderbird 4 District committee Meeting 4 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 11 11 Fall Join night trng 11 oA chapter Meeting 29 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 2 Roundtable tuality 11 11 20 20 Wapiti 11 11 11 11 Willamette 2 4 4 11 11 11 30

District committee Meeting District committee Picnic Roundtable School night training commissioner Staff Meeting School night training Key 3 Meeting

columbia Gorge 5-14 clark county Fair 11 Fall Round-up Kickoff oA chapter Meeting 18 Eagle valley 4 District committee Meeting 11 Roundtable oA chapter Meeting 11 Ft . clatsop 4 4 9 11 13 18 18

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Regatta Parade Roundtable School night training

Ft vancouver 4 District committee Meeting 10 Eagle Board 11 oA chapter Meeting 14 Eagle Board 16 Fall Round up Kick-off commissioner Staff Meeting 18 Lewis & clark 4 District committee Meeting 4 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 11 11 oA chapter Meeting 11 School night training Mid columbia 4 District committee Meeting 4 District commissioner Meeting 5 Baldwin tour- Manpower Fall memebrship Kickoff 11 11 Pot luck Pinic 23 District Key three Pioneer 4 11 11

Roundtable/Burger Burn School night training Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific

Council 22 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 22 District commissioner Mtg . 24 council Board Meeting 31 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 31 LEc Grand council Venturing 8-13 Ranger Quest 23 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

District committee Meeting Roundtable oA chapter Meeting School night training

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september 2011

sChool night A council-wide coordinated effort to encourage new youth to join cub Scouting, tiger cubs, and Boy Scouting . Evenings in September are set aside for this annual event, although packs and troops are encouraged to recruit youth throughout the year . troops may invite youth to a special troop meeting, campout, or court of honor . the council provides materials, and districts host kickoffs and training programs in August . Winter lodge the council operates three unique lodges on the slopes of Mount Hood from December through March . on-site tubing hills provide hours of fun, and many units also patronize nearby ski resorts and cross-country ski trails for even more winter adventure . units that participate in a lodge service project are rewarded with early reservation access & discounted lodge use fees . Service days will be organized to allow units to help with lodge upkeep and prepare for the winter season . For more information visit www . cpcbsa .org/winterlodge .

calapooia 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable 19-30 Join nights chinook 1 8 15 24 24 24 24 24 27 30 11 14 15 24 24 24 24 24 24 Eagle Board Eagle Board commissioner Staff Meeting "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific Den chief training 13 18 21 22 Recharter Kickoff cPR training Recharter Kickoff Eagle Board & Project Approvals

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific Key 3 Meeting Webelos Woods

three Rivers 1 District committee Meeting 4 commissioner Staff Meeting 8 Roundtable thunderbird 1 District committee Meeting 1 commissioner Staff Meeting 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting 17 Boy Scout Leader Specific 17 Varsity Leader Specific 17 Venture Leader Specific 24 teddy Bear Parade 26 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 6 Roundtable tuality 6 6 6 8 23-25

Lewis & clark 1 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 1 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting Mid columbia 1 District commissioner Meeting 1 District committee Meeting 1 Eagle Board 8 oA chapter meeting 8 Roundtable tiger Fun Day 17 27 Key three 9-11 Pioneering Festival 23-25 Webelos Woods Pioneer 1 8 8 8 22 30-2

columbia Gorge 1 District committee Meeting 1 commissioner Staff Meeting 8 Roundtable 12-23 Fall Round-up Blitz Weeks 15 oA chapter Meeting 10 Winter Lodge Woodcut Sasquatch Search 30-10/2 Eagle valley 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting Ft . clatsop 1 1 8 13 15 15 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting oA chapter Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable Youth Protection training "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Den chief training Youth Protection training charter Packets Ready

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting oA chapter Meeting Webelos Woods

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable Intro . to outdoor Leadership Skills

Sea Scouts Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 1 24 All Hands Base Duty Sunset trail 1 District committee Meeting 1 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 8 8 oA chapter Meeting 8 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 8 Life to Eagle Seminar 8 Recharter Kickoff 8 cub Scout core values 9-11 venturing Ride

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District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Webelos Woods

Ft . vancouver 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting

Willamette District committee Meeting 1 1 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 8 8 oA chapter Meeting Council 13 Protestant committee Mtg . 15 chairman's cabinet Mtg . 26 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 26 District commissioner Mtg . 28 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 7 OA Officers Mtg. 9-11 Section W-1S conclave 28 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing 9-11 venturing Ride 27 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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OctOber 2011

PoPCorn sale this highly productive fundraiser is beneficial to any unit, featuring a healthy profit margin and a high quality, desirable product . this annual sale takes place in october and november . Popcorn Sale: September 17 ­ october 23

calapooia 6 7-9 7-8 13 22 chinook 1,2 6 13 13 15 15 15 15 15 15 20 21-22 25 District committee Meeting Webelos Woods outdoor Leader training Roundtable training Day 13 13 15 15 15 15 oA chapter Meeting charter Packets Ready Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific 6 13 13 13 13 14-16 14-16 14-16 24 29 29 29 31 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable oA chapter Meeting charter Packets Distributed Recharter training Boy Scout outdoor Leader Skills trng Webelos outdoor Leader Skills trng Webelos Woods Key 3 Meeting Cub Scout Leader Specific Trng Webelos to Scout transition trng Den chief trng Fall Membership Drive complete

Webelos Woods District committee Meeting Roundtable charter Packets Ready "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific Safe Swim/Safety Afloat commissioner Staff Meeting IoLS Key 3 Meeting

Charter reneWal the online charter renewal process will be available october 1st . Review your current records and roster . contact your district for your 2011 access code . Avoid the most common errors:

columbia Gorge 6 District committee Meeting 6 commissioner Staff Meeting 13 Roundtable 13 charter Packets Ready 15 Cub Scout Leader Specific 15 Boy Scout Leader Specific 15 Varsity Leader Specific 15 Venture Leader Specific 20 oA chapter Meeting 21-22 Intro to outdoor Leader Skills 25 top team Meeting Eagle valley 6 District committee Meeting 13 Roundtable 13 oA chapter Meeting

Mid columbia 6 District committee Meeting 6 Re-charter training 6 commissioner Staff Meeting 8 "this is Scouting" training 8 Cub Scout Leader Specific 8 Boy Scout Leader Specific 8 Varsity Leader Specific 8 Venture Leader Specific 8 Den chief training 13 Roundtable 13 oA chapter Meeting 21-23 Spookoree 24 Key 3 Meeting 27 charter turn in 27 Eagle Board Pioneer 6 13 13 13 22 22 22 22 22 27

tillamook 4 Roundtable tuality 1 4 4 4 8 8 13 13 14-16 Wapiti 1-2 1-31 1 6 13 13 13 13 15 15 15

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific oA chapter Meeting

Den chief training Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Roundtable charter Packets Ready/training Webelos Woods

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Sea Scouts Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 6 15 Mystery cruise 16 Mystery cruise Sunset trail 6 District committee Meeting 6 commissioner Staff Meeting 13 Roundtable 13 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 13 Recharter Roster Finalization 13 Den chief (1 of 2) 18 Recharter Packet Pick-up 20 Recharter Packet Pick-up 20 Den chief (2 of 2) 21-23 Webelos Woods 26 Recharter Packet Pick-up 27 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 29 Cub Scout Leader Specific 29 Boy Scout Leader Specific 29 Varsity Leader Specific 29 Venture Leader Specific Youth Protection training 29 29 troop committee training three Rivers 6 District committee Meeting 6 commissioner Staff Meeting 13 Roundtable 14-16 Boy Scout Leader Specific 15 Cub Scout Leader Specific Webelos Woods 21-23 thunderbird 6 District committee Meeting

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Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Roundtable Cub Scout Leader Specific charter Packets Ready

Webelos Woods cub training scheduled for each Pack Intro to outdoor Lrd Skils District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting charter Packets Ready Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific

Ft . vancouver 6 District committee Meeting 7-8 Intro to outdoor Leader Skills Eagle Board 9 12 Eagle Board Roundtable 13 13 oA chapter Meeting 13 charter Packets Ready 13 Merit Badge counselor training "this is Scouting" training 15 15 Cub Scout Leader Specific 15 Boy Scout Leader Specific 15 Varsity Leader Specific 15 Venture Leader Specific Den chief training 15 20 commissioner Staff Meeting Webelos Woods 21-23 Lewis & clark 6 District committee Meeting 6 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 13

Willamette Key 3 Meeting 4 6 District committee Meeting 6 commissioner Staff Meeting 7-8 Webelos Woods 7-8 BALoo 7-8 oLSWL IoLS 7-8 13 Roundtable 13 oA chapter Meeting 13 charter Packets Ready 13 Life to Eagle for leaders 15 "this is Scouting" training 15 Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific 15 15 Varsity Leader Specific Council 15 Venturing Leader Specific 15 14 Protestant Youth Protection Adult committee Mtg . 15 19 council BoardYouth Protection venturing Mtg . 25 top team Meeting Merit Badge counselor 15 26 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . training order of theFall Fun Festival arrow 22 5 Lodge Executive Board Mtg . 26 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing 25 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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nOvember 2011

annual memBershiP Charter reneWal the online charter renewal is available october 1st . Start with a review of current records . A discussion of the accomplishments and goals of the unit is held with a representative of the district . the charter renewal forms are then filled out, Boys' Life magazine fees collected and the unit receives a charter to operate for another year . units are encouraged to complete, print and then turn in charters before november 15th, allowing all to enjoy the holiday season and ample time to correct or clarify information . All unit charters expire at the end of December . Program & training ConferenCe new in 2011 we are holding a new event combining training opportunities in areas of advancement, camping and training for all leaders . Leaders in cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and venturing are encouraged to attend and take classes . Don't forget to visit our midway where you will find booths from organizations waiting to offer you program ideas and services . Past booths have included oMSI and the oregon coast Aquarium . this is also the start of summer camp signups for next summer . Held annually in november .

calapooia 3 10 10 11 chinook 3 10 10 15 17 22 23 District committee Meeting Roundtable Youth Protection training veteran's Day Parade Lewis & clark 3 District committee Meeting 3 commissioner Staff Meeting 10 Roundtable 10 oA chapter Meeting 17 charter turn-in community FoS Kickoff 29 Mid columbia 3 District committee Meeting 3 District commissioner Meeting charter turn-in 3 10 Roundtable 10 oA chapter Meeting 10 Eagle Board 10 charter turn-in 12 District First Aid Meet 29 Key 3 Meeting Pioneer 3 10 10 10 10 24 24 thunderbird 3 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 3 10 Roundtable 10 Life to Eagle @ Roundtable 10 unit FoS chair Info Due 10 oA chapter Meeting charter turn-in @ Roundtable 10 11-13 cooking Merit Badge Weekend 28 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 1 Roundtable tuality 1 1 1 10 10 17 19

District committee Meeting Roundtable charter turn-in charter turn-in commissioner Staff Meeting Key 3 Meeting charter turn-in

columbia Gorge 2 vancouver Stake charter turn-in 3 District committee Meeting 3 commissioner Staff Meeting 3 East vancouver Stake charter turn-in non-LDS charter turn-in 9 10 Roundtable 17 oA chapter Meeting Eagle valley 3 District committee Meeting 10 Roundtable 10 oA chapter Meeting 10 charter turn-in 29 charter turn-in Ft . clatsop 3 3 8 8 10 17 17

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting charter turn-in oA chapter Meeting charter turn-in

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable charter turn-in charter turn-in Introduction to outdoor Leadership

Sea Scouts Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 3 Sunset trail 3 District committee Meeting 3 commissioner Staff Meeting Fall Quarterly Roundtable 10 10 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 10 oA Meeting Intro to outdoor Skills & oWL 11-12 12 BALoo 15 Recharter Packet turn-in 17 Recharter Packet turn-in 24 Thanksgiving-Office Closed 30 Recharter Packet turn-in three Rivers District committee Meeting 3 3 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 10 17 Family FoS Dinner

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District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting charter turn-in LDS charter turn-in Final charter turn-in Deadline

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting charter turn-in oA chapter Meeting Roundtable charter turn-in

Ft . vancouver 1 Key 3 Meeting 3 District committee Meeting 9 Eagle Board 10 Roundtable 10 oA chapter Meeting 10 charter turn-in 13 Eagle Board 15 charter turn-in 17 commissioner Staff Meeting

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting charter turn-in Roundtable oA chapter Meeting charter turn-in Life to Eagle for parents and youth charter turn-in Key 3 Meeting

Council 14 Protestant committee Mtg . 16 chairman's cabinet Mtg . 28 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 28 District commissioner Mtg . 30 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 2 Lodge Executive Board Mtg . 12 Youth Leadership conference 30 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing 22 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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December 2011

family snoW days at Winter lodge Enjoy a day on a private tubing hill right outside a warm mountain lodge on the slopes of Mount Hood . Bring your family up to a Scout-owned mountain lodge for a day of tubing fun! the lodge is a warm place to retreat for hot cocoa, lunch or just to warm up after tubing and snow play . Who: Families and friends of Scouts and/or Scouting leaders registered in Cascade Pacific Council, Boy Scouts of America . All ages welcome for this family day activity; bring children, parents, grandparents, whomever . . . When: daytime (9am-4pm): Saturday, January 1 Saturday, March 26 Sunday, March 27 overnight for up to four groups (6pm Friday, - 4pm Saturday) Dec 31-Jan 1 Jan 1-2 Mar 25-26 Mar 26-27 Where: Aubrey Watzek Lodge, near the White River crossing of Highway 35 . Fore more information and to register visit www . cpcbsa .org/familycamp

calapooia 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable chinook 1 3 3 8 8 13 15 22 27 Lewis & clark 1 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 1 6 Family FoS Kickoff 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting 8 charter turn-in Mid-columbia 1 FoS community Kickoff 1 District committee Meeting 1 commissioner Staff Meeting 1 charter turn in 8 Roundtable 8 charter turn in 8 Eagle Board 8 oA chapter meeting Pioneer 1 8 8 8 8 15 22 thunderbird 1 District committee Meeting 1 commissioner Staff Meeting 3 Scouting for Food 8 Roundtable 8 FoS Family team trng oA chapter Meeting 8 19 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 6 Roundtable charter turn-in 6 tuality 6 6 6 8 Wapiti 1 3 8 8 8 8 Willamette 1 1 1 8 8 8 15 15

District committee Meeting Walk n Knock christmas Parade/Longview Roundtable charter turn-in charter turn-in commissioner Staff Meeting charter turn-in Key 3 Meeting

columbia Gorge 1 District Holiday Social 3 Scouting for Food Service Day 8 Roundtable 15 oA chapter Meeting 13 Cub Scout Leader Specific training Eagle valley 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting Ft . clatsop 1 1 8 13 13 15

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting charter turn-in charter turn-in oA chapter Meeting

District committee Meeting Scouting for Food Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS Pacesetter Kickoff

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting oA chapter Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting charter turn-in District christmas Party

Sea Scouts Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 1 4-6 SALt Sunset trail 1 District committee Meeting 1 commissioner Staff Meeting Scouting for Food 3 8 Roundtable 8 oA Meeting Eagle Board & Project 8 Approvals 8 Final Recharter Packet turn-in three Rivers District committee Meeting 1 1 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 8

Ft . vancouver 1 District committee Meeting 3 Walk `n Knock 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting 11 Eagle Board 14 Eagle Board 15 commissioner Staff Meeting

District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting charter turn-in Roundtable oA chapter Meeting charter turn-in charter turn-in FoS Family Kickoff

Council 14 council Board Mtg . 19 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 19 District commissioner Mtg . 28 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 7 Lodge Executive Board Mtg . 10 vigil Selection 14 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing no scheduled meetings

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JAnuAry 2012

guy miller tree Plant An effort originally started after the tillamook Burn and the Mt . St . Helens' devastation has expanded to include reforestation in areas all over the council . Since its inception, this project has planted well over two million seedlings . Plantings are scheduled to occur every Saturday from January through May .

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District committee Meeting FoS community Kickoff Roundtable FoS Family Kickoff commissioner Staff Meeting Key 3 Meeting FoS turn-in "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific Safe Swim/Safety Afloat FoS turn-in

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting Roundtable FoS Family Kickoff

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District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific oA chapter Meeting

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS Family Kickoff FoS turn-in

Sea Scouts Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 5 29 District Dinner Sunset trail 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting LDS FoS Kickoff 11 Roundtable 12 12 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 12 Family FoS Kickoff Adult train the trainer-Den 12 chief 12 Boy Scout Recruiting Kickoff 12 candy Sales Kickoff Youth Protection training 14 14 Cub Scout Leader Specific 14 Boy Scout Leader Specific 14 Varsity Leader Specific 14 Venture Leader Specific 14 troop committee training 16-20 troop open House Week 18 community FoS Kickoff 26 FoS turn-in 26 Eagle Board & Project Approvals three Rivers 5 District committee Meeting 12 Roundtable 12 FoS Family Kickoff thunderbird 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 12 12 FoS Family Kickoff Merit Badge counselor trng 12 12 oA chapter Meeting 14 Boy Scout Leader Specific Trng Varsity Leader Specific Trng 14 Venture Leader Specific Trng 14 Cub Scout Leader Specific Trng 14

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Kiwanis Splash into Scouting Roundtable FoS Family Kickoff FoS community Kickoff FoS turn-in FoS turn-in

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting FoS Leadership Kickoff Roundtable oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venturing Leader Specific Adult Youth Protection venturing Youth Protection Merit Badge counselor training FoS turn-in BALoo outdoor Webelos Leader IoLS Key 3 Meeting

Ft . vancouver 5 District committee Meeting 8 Eagle Board 11 Eagle Board 12 Roundtable 12 oA chapter Meeting 12 FoS Family Kickoff 13 nominating committee 17 commissioner Staff Meeting Lewis & clark 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in 5 12 Roundtable 12 oA chapter Meeting 19 FoS turn-in 21 Cub Scout Leader Specific 21 Boy Scout Leader Specific 21 Varsity Leader Specific 21 Venture Leader Specific 28 Retreat Mid-columbia Key 3 Meeting 3

Council 18 council Board Mtg . 25 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . 31 top team Meeting order of the arrow 4 Lodge Executive Board Mtg . 20-22 nAAcS 25 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing 24 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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anniVersary WeeK As Scouting celebrates its anniversary, Scouts and units are encouraged to demonstrate Scouting values . Scout Sunday is an excellent opportunity to share Scouting with a local congregation; many units organize special Anniversary Week service projects . Whatever the method, everyone is invited to get involved and share the Spirit of Scouting . A free patch is offered to Scouts who participate in Anniversary Week events . Anniversary Week: February 5-11

calapooia 2 5 5-11 9 10-11 11 17-19 chinook 2 5 9 11 16 21 5-11 District committee Meeting Scout Sunday Scouting Anniversary Week Roundtable Lock In Scout Sabbath Klondike Derby 5 5-11 9 9 11 16 17 29 24-26 Scout Sunday Scouting Anniversary Week Roundtable oA chapter Meeting Scout Sabbath Planning Meeting cow Key 3 Meeting Klondike Derby thunderbird 2 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 2 4 District calendar Planning 5-11 Scouting Anniversary Week 5 Scout Sunday 9 Roundtable candy Sale trng @ Roundtable 9 9 oA chapter Meeting 11 Scout Sabbath 27 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 5 5-11 7 7 tuality 5-11 5 7 7 7 9 9 11 24 Wapiti 2 5 9 9 9 9 9 11 16 23 24 Willamette 2 2 2 9 9 9 11 16 23 28

District committee Meeting Scout Sunday Roundtable Scout Sabbath commissioner Staff Meeting Key 3 Meeting Scouting Anniversary Week

columbia Gorge 2 District committee Meeting 2 commissioner Staff Meeting 5 Scout Sunday Scouting Anniversary Week 5-11 Roundtable 9 11 Scout Sabbath 16 oA chapter Meeting 23 FoS turn-in Eagle valley 2 District committee Meeting 5 Scout Sunday 5-11 Scouting Anniversary Week Roundtable 9 11 Scout Sabbath 9 oA chapter Meeting 28 FoS turn-in Ft . clatsop 2 2 2 3-4 5 5-11 7 9 11 16 16 23 25

Mid-columbia 5 Scout Sunday 3-4 Klondike Derby 5-11 Scouting Anniversary Week 6 FoS turn in Hood River 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting 9 Eagle Board 11 Scout Sabbath 11 "this is Scouting" training 11 Cub Scout Leader Specific 11 Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific 11 11 Venture Leader Specific 11 Den chief training 13 FoS turn in the Dalles 21 Key 3 23 District commttee Meeting 23 District commissioner Meeting Pioneer 2 5-11 5 9 9 9 9 9 11 23 23 Sea Scouts 2 5 5-11 11 25

Scout Sunday Scouting Anniversary Week Roundtable FoS turn-in

Scouting Anniversary Week Scout Sunday Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable FoS turn-in Scout Sabbath Venture Leader Specific

Candy sale the council's annual candy sale offers units a healthy profit margin and an easilymarketed product . the six-week sale occurs in March and April, and is a tremendous way for Scouts to earn activity funds . Sign up through district candy sale chairpersons, or district executives . Candy Sale Begins: February 25, 2012 Candy Sale Ends: April 7, 2012

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting FoS turn-in Elks campin Boy Scouts Scout Sunday Scouting Anniversary Week commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in Scout Sabbath Roundtable FoS turn-in FoS turn-in district pinewood derby

District committee Meeting Scouting Anniversary Week Scout Sunday Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Life to Eagle Seminar FoS turn-in Scout Sabbath oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in

District committee Meeting Scout Sunday Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in candy Sale Kickoff Scout Sabbath FoS turn-in FoS turn-in candy Sale Begins

Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates Scout Sunday Scouting Anniversary Week Scout Sabbath Quartermaster Ball

Ft . vancouver 2 District committee Meeting 5-11 Scouting Anniversary Week Scout Sunday 5 8 Eagle Board 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting 9 FoS turn-in 11 Scout Sabbath 12 Eagle Board 15 Leadership Breakfast 16 commissioner Staff Meeting Lewis & clark 2 District committee Meeting 2 commissioner Staff Meeting Merit Badge university 4

Sunset trail 2 District committee Meeting 2 commissioner Staff Meeting 5 Scout Sunday 5-11 Scouting Anniversary Week 7 candy Sales turn-in 7 FoS turn-in 9 Winter Quarterly Roundtable 9 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 11 Scout Sabbath 21 FoS turn-in three Rivers Klondike Derby 4 5-11 Scouting Anniversary Week 5 Scout Sunday 9 Roundtable 11 Scout Sabbath

District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in Roundtable oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in Klondike Derby FoS turn-in FoS turn-in Key 3 Meeting

Council 15 council Board Mtg . 27 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 27 District commissioner Mtg . 29 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 1 Lodge Executive Board Mtg . 4 Service Work Day 25 Service Work Day 29 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing 28 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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sunday monday tuesday Wednesday thursday friday saturday

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7:00 PM camp Staff Interviews (Salem)

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oa service Work day Camp staff interviews (salem) Camp staff interviews (Portland)

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scout sunday scout anniVersary WeeK

roundtable night

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o.a. rendezVous of the order this is the largest order of the Arrow event of the year . All Arrowmen are invited to participate in a weekend of pure fun and fellowship . Lodge officer elections take place throughout the weekend, and the Annual Awards Banquet takes place Saturday night at camp Meriwether . Rendezvous of the Order: March 9 - 11 Annual Awards Banquet: March 10

calapooia 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable chinook 1 1 6 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 13 15 17 20 22 27 29 14 15 Eagle Board commissioner Staff Meeting Lewis & clark 1 District committee Meeting 1 commissioner Staff Meeting 1 FoS turn-in 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting 10 District Pinewood Debry 15 FoS turn-in 27 Spring Recruitment Kickoff 29 FoS turn-in Mid columbia 1 commissioner Staff Meeting 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable 10 District Pinewood Derby Race 15 District FoS clean up/ telefund 17 Pinewood Derby Blast Hood River 24 Mid-columbia District Splash in 27 Key 3 Meeting Pioneer 1 8 8 8 8 22 24 thunderbird 1 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 1 3 Boy Scout Leader Specific Trng 3 Varsity Leader Specific Trng 3 Venture Leader Specific Trng 3 Goodwill Day 8 Roundtable 8 Life to Eagle trng 8 Spring Join night trng 8 unit Surveys Due 8 oA chapter Meeting 9-11 OA Rendezvous and Annual Banquet 26 Key 3 Meeting 31 FoS Gold Deadline tillamook 6 Roundtable 6 FoS turn-in tuality 6 6 6 8 8 10 10 10 Wapiti 1 8 8 8 8 15 22 29 Willamette 1 1 1 8 8 8 15 22 29

District committee Meeting FoS turn-in FoS turn-in Roundtable "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific Safe Swim/Safety Afloat FoS turn-in commissioner Staff Meeting District oA Webelos crossover nominating committee Meeting FoS turn-in Key 3 Meeting FoS turn-in

columbia Gorge District committee Meeting 1 1 commissioner Staff Meeting 8 Roundtable 10 Cub Scout Leader Specific 10 Boy Scout Leader Specific 10 Varsity Leader Specific 10 Venture Leader Specific 15 oA chapter Meeting 16-17 Introduction to outdoor Leader Skills 22 FoS turn-in 31 FoS Gold Deadline Eagle valley 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting 30 FoS turn-in Ft . clatsop 1 1 1 6 8 8 15 15 22 29

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable FoS turn-in Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific

Sea Scouts Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 1 Sunset trail 1 District committee 1 commissioner Staff Meeting council Service Project 3 8 Roundtable 8 FoS turn-in 8 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 8 Life to Eagle Seminar 8 MB Renewal Packets Distributed 8 Den chief training (1 of 2) 11 Daylight Savings time Begins 17 Youth Protection training 17 Cub Scout Leader Specific 17 Boy Scout Leader Specific 17 Varsity Leader Specific 17 Venture Leader Specific 17 troop committee training 22 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 29 FoS turn-in 30-31 Intro to outdoor training & oWL three Rivers District committee Meeting 1 3 District Arrow of Light ceremony 8 Roundtable 10 District Pinewood Derby

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in FoS turn-in FoS turn-in FoS turn-in Gold Deadline

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting FoS turn-in commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in Roundtable FoS turn-in FoS turn-in FoS turn-in

District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in Roundtable oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in FoS turn-in FoS turn-in FoS turn-in

Ft . vancouver 1 District committee Meeting 8 Roundtable 8 oA chapter Meeting 8 FoS turn-in 8 Merit Badge counselor training 10 "this is Scouting" training 10 Cub Scout Leader Specific 10 Boy Scout Leader Specific 10 Varsity Leader Specific 10 Venture Leader Specific 10 Den chief training 11 Eagle Board 13 nominating committee Mtg .

Council 21 chairman's cabinet Mtg . 26 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 26 District commissioner Mtg . 28 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 7 Lodge Executive Board Mtg . 9-11 Rendezvous 24 Service Work Day 28 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing 27 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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Commissioners College

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CamP WorK WeeKends A work weekend is held each year, in preparation for the upcoming summer camp season, at each council property . Some are for adults only and others are for families . Adults with special skills and equipment are always welcome . More information can be found on the council website or in the lobby of the council Service center . Work Weekends: March 3: Royce Finel Apr 13-15: Meriwether/clark Apr 28: Lewis May 11-13: Baldwin May 12: Royce Finel May 12: Ireland June 1-3: cooper Jun 1-3: Scouters' Mtn . June 2: Gilbert Ranch Jun 8-10: Pioneer Jun 9: Ireland Sep 21-23: Pioneer oct 6: Royce Finel oct 13: Baldwin get your hodag aWard! Participate in service hours at any council property and work toward your Hodag Award .

calapooia 5 District committee Meeting 12 Roundtable 21 District Pinewood Derby chinook 5 5 12 12 13-14 17 19 19 24 26 28 12 12 21 24 Pioneer 5 12 12 12 12 26 26 oA chapter Meeting Eagle Board Mid-columbia Bike Rodeo Key 3 Meeting Wapiti 5 12 12 12 14 14 14 27-29 28 30 Willamette 3 5 5 5 12 12 12 12 19 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venture Leader Specific District camporee Intro to outdoor Leader Skills FoS Silver Deadline

District committee Meeting FoS turn-in Roundtable FoS turn-in IoLS FoS turn-in commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in Key 3 Meeting FoS turn-in BALoo

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in

Sea Scouts 5 Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates Sunset trail 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting 12 Roundtable 12 oA Meeting 12 FoS turn-in 12 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 12 MB Renewal Packet turn-in 12 Den chief (2 of 2) 14 Hooked on Scouting 21 District Pinewood Derby 26 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 26 Den chief (2 of 2) 26 FoS turn-in 28-29 Wilderness First Aid three Rivers District committee Meeting 5 12 Roundtable 20-22 Boy Scout Leader Specific 21 "this is Scouting" training 21 Cub Scout Leader Specific 28 District Dinner thunderbird 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 12 13-14 Boy Scout outdoor Leader Skills trng 21 Pinewood Derby 30 Key 3 Meeting 30 FoS Silver Deadline tillamook 3 Roundtable 3 FoS turn-in tuality 3 3 3 12 12 21,28 21 27

columbia Gorge 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting 12 Roundtable District Pinewood Derby 14 19 oA chapter Meeting 24 top team Meeting 27-29 District camporee 26 FoS turn-in 30 FoS Silver Deadline Eagle valley 5 District committee Meeting 12 Roundtable Ft . clatsop 5 5 5 10 12 12 19 19 26

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in Roundtable oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in Life to Eagle for leaders District Dinner Adult Youth Protection venturing Youth Protection Merit Badge counselor training "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Boy Scout Leader Specific Varsity Leader Specific Venturing Leader Specific

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting FoS turn-in commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in Roundtable FoS turn-in FoS turn-in

Ft . vancouver 5 District committee Meeting 11 Eagle Board 12 Roundtable 12 oA chapter Meeting 15 Eagle Board 19 commissioner Staff Meeting 19 Spring Recruiting Kick-off 21 Pinewood Derby 27-29 District camporee Lewis & clark 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable 12 12 oA chapter Meeting 21 Leader training 25 Key 3 Meeting Mid-columbia 5 District committee Meeting 5 commissioner Staff Meeting 12 Roundtable

visit www .cpcbsa .org .hodag for more information .

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable FoS turn-in outdoor Leader Skills( Must attend both BALoo, oWL training District Dinner

Council 18 council Board Meeting 24 top team Meeting 25 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 4 Lodge Executive Board Mtg . 13-15 Officers' Retreat 21 Service Work Day 25 OA Officers Mtg. Venturing 24 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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mAy 2012

CamPorees camporees are two to three-day campouts for troops within a district . they usually involve camping and Scout skill competitions. A campfire with awards, stunts, songs, and skits are highlights of the weekend, and most order of the Arrow chapters also "call out" newly elected members during the weekend . camporees are held in April & May, and a segment is available for participation . Find camporee dates under districts to the right .

calapooia 3 10 11-13 19 chinook 3 3 3 10 10 12 15 17 17 18-20 22 29 29 District committee Meeting District Dinner camporee Fishing Derby Lewis & clark 3 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 3 4-6 District camporee 10 Roundtable 10 oA chapter Meeting 19 District Dinner Mid columbia 3 District committee Meeting 3 commissioner Staff Meeting 10 Roundtable oA chapter Meeting 10 10 Eagle Board 12 cub Scout olympics 18-20 District camporee 29 Key 3 Meeting Pioneer 3 6-8 10 10 10 10 17 24 Sea Scouts 3 5 13 19 26 three Rivers 3 District committee Meeting cub Scout Fishing Derby 5 10 Roundtable 18-20 District camporee thunderbird 3 District committee Meeting 3 commissioner Staff Meeting 4-6 Pioneering Merit Badge Weekend 10 Roundtable 10 Flag Placement Sign up 10 oA chapter Meeting 18-20 camporee 21 Key 3 Meeting 24 Flag Placement 26 Cub Scout Leader Specific Trng 31 FOS Bronze Deadline 31 Spring Membership Drive complete tillamook 1 Roundtable 1 FoS turn-in tuality 1 1 1 4-6 10 Wapiti 3 10 10 10 12 Willamette 1 3 3 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 10 10

District committee Meeting District Dinner FoS turn-in Roundtable FoS turn-in Scoutcapaces/District Pinewood Derby nominating committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in District camporee FoS turn-in Key 3 Meeting FoS turn-in

columbia Gorge District committee Meeting 3 3 commissioner Staff Meeting District Dinner 5 10 Roundtable 17 oA chapter Meeting 24 Cub Scout Leader Specific training 24 FoS turn-in 31 FOS Bronze Deadline Eagle valley 3 District committee Meeting 10 Roundtable 10 oA chapter Meeting 18-20 District camporee Ft . clatsop 3 3 3 8 10 17 17 24 24 24 31

District committee Meeting District camporee Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting FoS turn-in District Dinner oA chapter Meeting

Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates opening Yacht Day Mother's Day cruise All Hands Base Duty Memorial Day Weekend

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting District camporee Roundtable

oa ordeals the ordeal is the induction weekend for candidates in the order of the Arrow . After being "called out" at camporee, candidates go through this weekend of service and inspiration to become an ordeal member of the oA . OA Ordeals: May 18-20: Meriwether June 1-3: Baldwin June 8-10: cooper June 15-17: Pioneer october 5-7: Scouters' Mtn .

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting FoS turn-in commissioner Staff Meeting FoS turn-in District Dinner FoS turn-in Den chief training FoS turn-in day camp training FoS turn-in

Ft . vancouver 1 Key 3 Meeting 3 District committee Meeting 6 Eagle Board 9 Eagle Board 10 Roundtable 10 oA chapter Meeting 11-12 Intro to outdoor Leader Skills 17 commissioner Staff Meeting District Dinner 18

Sunset trail 3 District committee Meeting 3 commissioner Staff Meeting District Recharter Kickoff 3 10 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 10 oA Meeting Spring Quarterly Roundtable 10 10 Finalize Camporee Campsites 12 Youth Protection training 12 Cub Scout Leader Specific 12 Boy Scout Leader Specific 12 Varsity Leader Specific 12 Venture Leader Specific 17 FoS turn-in 18-20 camporee 19 Intro to outdoor Leader training 24 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 24 MB Renewal Packet turn-in 24 FoS turn-in 24 day camp training 31 FoS turn-in

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting District Dinner

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting District camporee BALoo oLSWL IoLS Roundtable oA chapter Meeting

Council 17 Annual Business Mtg . 21 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 21 District commissioner Mtg . 29 Protestant committee Mtg . 30 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 2 Lodge Executive Mtg . 11-12 vigil Induction 30 OA Officers' Mtg. Venturing 22 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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early Bird Camp Payment due

Council Court of honor annual Business mtg

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CounCil horse treK Each year, two 165 mile, 8-day horse treks take place . Horses are ridden from their winter quarters at Butte creek Scout Ranch to camp Baldwin in June and returned to Butte creek after camp in August . Both treks are popular and fill up fast . Reservations are accepted online starting the Monday following Pow Wow in november at www .cpcbsa .org/register . Eastbound Trek Dates: June 16 - June 24 Westbound Trek Dates: August 25 - September 2 C.o.P.e. Build your group into a better team by participating in a one-day session of Project c .o .P .E . . Youth and adults will be led through a series of initiative games, low course and high course activities . the high course is among the trees at Scouters' Mountain, including a zip line, confidence pole, and vertical playground . there is also a coPE course at camp cooper . contact the volunteer Service Desk at the Portland office for available coPE session dates, or visit www . cpcbsa .org/register for prescheduled unit c .o .P .E . dates .

calapooia 1-2 Strawberry Festival 7 District committee Meeting 14 Roundtable chinook 7 14 21 23 26 Lewis & clark 7 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 7 14 Roundtable 14 oA chapter Meeting 16 Cub Scout Leader Specific 16 Boy Scout Leader Specific 16 Varsity Leader Specific 16 Venture Leader Specific 23 Scout capades Mid columbia 7 District committee Meeting 7 District commissioner Meeting 14 District BBQ 14 Roundtable 16 tiger Fun Day Pioneer 7 14 14 14 28 three Rivers 7 District committee Meeting 14 Roundtable thunderbird 7 District Dinner 14 Roundtable 14 Life to Eagle trng 14 oA chapter Meeting 25 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 5 Roundtable tuality 5 5 5 14 Wapiti 7 14 14 14 Willamette 5 7 7 14 14

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting cubmobile Races Key 3 Meeting

columbia Gorge 7 District committee Meeting 7 commissioner Staff Meeting 14 Roundtable 21 oA chapter Meeting Eagle valley 7 District committee Meeting 14 Roundtable 14 oA chapter Meeting Ft . clatsop 7 7 12 14 21 21 21 25-29

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting oA chapter Meeting

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting day camp training roundtable Den chief training day camp training cub Scout Day camp

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting

Sea Scouts Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates 7 Sunset trail 7 District Recharter turn-in 7 District committee Meeting 7 commissioners Staff Meeting Eagle Board & Project 14 Approvals 14 Roundtable 14 District Dessert 14 oA Meeting cub Scout Day camp Primer 14 28 Eagle Board & Project Approvals

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable oA chapter Meeting

Ft . vancouver 7 District committee Meeting 7 oA chapter Meeting 10 Eagle Board 13 Eagle Board 14 Roundtable 21 commissioner Staff Meeting

Council 20 council Board Meeting 25 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 25 District commissioner Mtg . 27 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow 6 OA Officers' BBQ Venturing 26 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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7:00pm cub Scout Resident Pre-camp Meeting

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1:00pm cub Scout Resident Pre-camp Meeting

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« oa ordeal (Baldwin) «scouters'mtn. Work Wknd « Work Wknd (Copper)

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Work day (ireland) Pioneer Work Weekend (Beaver Weekend) roundtable night oa ordeal (Cooper)

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fathers' day

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Boy sCout resident CamPs in session in juLy: june 24 - 30: Meriwether (Bargain Week) july 1 - 7: Pioneer (Bargain Week) Meriwether (Bargain Week) Baldwin (Bargain Week) july 8 - 14: Baldwin Meriwether (Monday Start) Pioneer july 15 - 21: Baldwin (Monday Start) Meriwether Pioneer july 22 - 28: Baldwin Meriwether Pioneer july 29 - August 4: Baldwin Meriwether (Monday Start) Pioneer

calapooia 5 District committee Meeting 12 Roundtable chinook 5 12 19 24 28 Lewis & clark 5 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 5 12 no Roundtable 12 no oA chapter Meeting 12 District Picnic Mid-columbia 2 Key 3 Meeting Sea Scouts 5 Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates Sunset trail 5 no - District committee Meeting 5 no - commissioner Staff Meeting 12 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 12 Roundtable 12 oA Meeting 12 train the trainer-Den chief 26 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 30-4 Adventure trek 2012 High Desert challenge thunderbird 30 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 3 Roundtable Willamette 12 Roundtable Picnic/BBQ 12 oA chapter Meeting 31 Key 3 Meetings

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting Key 3 Meeting Mother Son event/Longview

columbia Gorge 19 oA chapter Meeting Eagle valley 5 District committee Meeting 12 Roundtable oA chapter Meeting 12 Ft . clatsop 5 5 10 12 19

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting District Picnic

Ft . vancouver 8 Eagle Board 11 Eagle Board

Council 23 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 23 District commissioner Mtg . 25 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow Jul 28- Aug 4 national oA conference Venturing 24 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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Boy sCout resident CamPs in session in AuguST: july 29- August 4: Baldwin Meriwether (Monday Start) Pioneer August 5 - 11: Baldwin Meriwether (Rover) Pioneer (Monday Start) August 12 - 18: Meriwether (Rover) Pioneer Baldwin

calapooia 2 District committee Meeting 9 Roundtable chinook 2 9 9 16 16 28 Lewis & clark 2 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 2 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting 9 School night training Mid-columbia 1 Key 3 Meeting 2 District committee Meeting 9 Roundtable 9 commissioner Staff Meeting 9 Fall Membership Kickoff BBQ and picnic Pioneer 2 9 9 thunderbird 2 District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting 2 9 Roundtable 9 Fall Join night trng 9 oA chapter Meeting 27 Key 3 Meeting tillamook 7 Roundtable tuality 9 9 9 Wapiti 2 9 9 2 9 Willamette 2 2 9 9 9

District committee Meeting Roundtable School night training commissioner Staff Meeting School night training Key 3 Meeting

columbia Gorge 3-12 clark county Fair 9 Fall Round-up Kickoff 16 oA chapter Meeting Eagle valley 2 District committee Meeting 9 Roundtable 9 oA chapter Meeting Ft . clatsop 2 2 7 9 16 16 16 16 16 18

Key 3 Meeting Roundtable School night training

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting

Sea Scouts 2 Fleet Staff/Skippers Mates Sunset trail 2 District committee 2 commissioner Staff Meeting Summer Quarterly Roundtable 9 9 District BBQ (6:30 pm) 9 School night Kickoff (cubs) 9 LDS cub Scout orientation 9 Eagle Board & Project Approvals 11 Youth Protection training 11 Cub Scout Leader Specific 23 Eagle Board & Project Approvals three Rivers District committee Meeting 2 9 District Picnic / Membership Kickoff

District committee Meeting Roundtable commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting School night training

Key 3 Meeting District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting oA chapter Meeting Roundtable "this is Scouting" training Cub Scout Leader Specific Den chief training School night training regatta parade

District committee Meeting commissioner Staff Meeting Roundtable oA chapter Meeting School night training

Ft . vancouver 2 District committee Meeting 8 Eagle Board 9 oA chapter Meeting 12 Eagle Board 14 School night training 16 commissioner Staff Meeting

Council 15 council Board Mtg . 18 Winter Lodge Director Mtg . 27 commissioner cabinet Mtg . 27 District commissioner Mtg . 29 Roundtable commissioner Mtg . order of the arrow Jul 28- Aug 4 national oA conference 29 LEc Grand council Venturing 28 venturing Program cabinet Mtg .

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take time to plan an event carefully to be as safe as it can be . the Guide to safe scouting is an easy to read document designed to clearly spell out the official policies of the Boy Scouts of America in regard to issues surrounding health and safety . the online version of the guide to safe scouting is updated quarterly . Go to http://www.Scouting.org/Scoutsource/ HealthandSafety/GSS.aspx for the latest version . Be Prepared: To Set the Example of safety! Good activity supervision includes the following: · Assess the physical condition and health of Scouts · Set a good example · Look for and correct unsafe acts · Make and enforce necessary rules · Clearly define duties and responsibilities · Clearly define adult authority · Make Scouts accountable for unsafe behavior · Inspect equipment, materials, meeting and camping areas · Be a good listener Be Prepared: Have an Emergency Plan Skilled Scouters "live" the experience in advance by thinking their way through every detail of an event . Develop an emergency plan that includes the following: · name and phone number of person in charge · Action to be taken in the event of an emergency · Alternatives that may be used · First Aid · Emergency equipment · Evacuation routes Be Prepared: Communicate with Participants and Parents! Whenever a unit engages in challenging activities or activities that involve risk, describe the activity thoroughly and identify potential hazards associated with the activity . Include a statement to Scouts and parents that adults will do their best to supervise, and that participants are expected to be responsible for their own conduct, obey rules, not behave in a way that presents a risk of harm to others, and to be responsible for their own equipment . Make sure that youth and parents understand any hazards when deciding to participate in an activity . Inform Scouts that no one should feel pressured to engage in any activity in which the Scout or his parents are uncomfortable . note to cub scout leaders: the nature of the cub scout program does not involve hazardous activities. Whenever a pack or den chooses to engage in an activity which presents a risk (swimming, for example), leaders should ensure that all safety requirements found in the guide to safe scouting are satisfied, including training, and that parents are present in sufficient numbers.

InSuRAncE FoR MEMBERS & unItS

Council Provided: Comprehensive

general liability insurance this coverage provides primary protection for the council, all Scouting officials, officers, employees (as well as registered Scouting units), chartered organizations, and registered adult volunteer Scouters with respect to liability claims arising out of negligence in the performance of their duties in Scouting . coverage is for $1,000,000 per occurrence, plus $14,000,000 limit umbrella . General liability insurance provided to unregistered Scouting volunteers is in excess of any other insurance the volunteer may have to his or her benefit. unit accident insurance Beginning January 2011, Cascade Pacific council provides HSR accident insurance to all Scouting units (other than LDS units, which have church-provided coverage) . this new service is made possible through Friends of Scouting gifts, and is an important part of ensuring that everyone is adequately protected when engaged in Scouting activities . the council does not provide medical coverage for Scouting activities . adults have adequate coverage . tour Plans The Cascade Pacific Council policy regarding tour plans states that tour plans are required when the unit outing or trip meets any of the following criteria: 1) Is more than 50 miles one way; or 2) Involves any of these activities: swimming, boating, skiing, snowboarding, climbing and/or rappelling; or 3) Involves an overnight experience . tour plans are to be submitted 21 days prior to the unit outing . Passenger transportation It is against BSA policy to ever transport anyone in the back of a truck for any purpose at any time, and seatbelts are required to be worn by all occupants .

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medical insurance Medical Insurance is a family responsibility . auto insurance Every person who drives a car in connection with a Scouting activity should carry a minimum $50,000/ $100,000/ $25,000 liability on their vehicle . Buses and 15 passenger vans must carry $100,000/ $500,000/ $100,000 auto liability . council liability insurance is in excess of the owner's insurance . the owner's own policy comes first in an accident involving a car. It is the unit's responsibility to see that transporting

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Planning Your "Ideal Year of Cub Scouting" Program Budget

A Cub Scout Pack's Annual Budget Plan

What is the "ideal year of Cub Scouting" plan? It is implementing the elements of a complete annual Cub Scouting program for youth, committing as a pack to incorporate these elements, and then providing adequate funding for them. Even more, it is committing to implementing the plan with the entire pack: Cub Scouts, leaders, and families, by raising enough dollars to fund the "ideal year of Cub Scouting." The result is a well-managed, well-financed unit. The steps to an "ideal year of Cub Scouting" are: 1. Plan the pack's complete annual program. 2. Develop a budget that includes enough income to achieve the program. 3. Identify all sources of income (den dues and any traditional pack activities), and then determine the amount of product sale and the sales goal per youth member that will be needed to reach the income goal. 4. Gain commitments from parents, leaders, and all Cub Scouts. If you like to raise money every month, plan your program as you go, limit your activities based on the unit's income, or not involve the youth members in the planning process, then this format might not be for you! Those leaders who want a meaningful, exciting, and comprehensive youth program that achieves the objectives of Cub Scouting will find this format the ideal way to go.

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Boys' Life. Boys' Life magazine, the official publication of the Boy Scouts of America, is available to all members at $12, which is half the newsstand rate. (Prorated fees are available for youth who join a unit during the year.) Every boy should subscribe to Boys' Life because of the quality reading and the articles related to your unit's monthly program. It is part of a boy's growth in Scouting, and research proves he will stay in longer and advance farther if he reads Boys' Life. Unit Accident Insurance. Protecting leaders and parents from financial hardship due to high medical bills from an unfortunate accident is a must for all involved in Scouting. Specific details on insurance programs are available from the local council. Advancement and Recognition. Every Cub Scout should earn and advance a rank and receive the patch for that rank each year. Active Webelos Scouts will earn multiple activity badges in addition to their rank advancements. The Cub Scout advancement program has many elements that include Arrow Points, immediate recognition patches, outdoor awards, and Academics and Sports belt loops and pins. Activities. Critical to the successful "ideal year of Cub Scouting" is a complete program. Traditionally, such activities as Cub Scout pinewood derbies®, field trips, and district or council activities are financed by the boy and his family over and above the dues programs. It is suggested that the complete cost of these outings be built into the unit's budget. Cub Scout Day Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp, Family Camping. Central to a complete Cub Scouting year are summer camping experiences. Local council opportunities abound for Cub Scouts and their families to have exciting, program-rich summer experiences. Program Materials. Each pack needs to provide certain program materials. Depending on the type of unit program, these could include den meeting supplies, Den Meeting in a Box kits, craft tools and supplies, U.S. flag, pack and den flags, camping equipment, videos and books, or ceremonial props. (Note: Packs may not hold title to property. Only chartered organizations or the local council legally can own property.) Training Expenses. Trained leaders are key to delivering a quality and safe program. Adult and youth leader training should be considered an integral annual pack expense.

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Full Uniforms. Traditionally, the individual pays for the uniform. We suggest that these expenses become part of the total cost of the Scouting year. Using "individual youth accounts," units can determine a fundraising goal for new Scouts who need uniforms, etc. The full Cub Scouting program includes the full uniform! Reserve Fund. The reserve fund might be established by a gift or loan from the chartered organization, by members of the committee, or by a unit money-earning project. The reserve fund should be intended for unexpected expenses. A new member's initial expenses may be met from the fund. Other Expenses. These could include a gift to the World Friendship Fund, meeting refreshments, and/or contingency funds.

have higher incomes. The finance plan of any pack should include participation by a Cub Scout in a regular dues plan. An annual pack participation fee, too often completely contributed by parents, does little to teach a boy responsibility. The unit's entire budget must be provided for by the families, either through fundraising or other means such as dues or fees. Individual youth accounts. Packs using this method have traditionally had stronger programs with less turnover of youth (Cub Scouts are retained). Individual Cub Scout accounts, whereby the pack keeps track of how much a Cub Scout or his family has raised toward his "ideal year of Cub Scouting" goal, are critical to the success of this program. When individual Cub Scouts are credited for their efforts, they develop a sense of personal responsibility and participation. Except for council-sponsored product sales, all other money-earning projects require the submission of the Unit Money-Earning Application, No. 34427, to the local council. To ensure conformity with all Scouting standards on money earning, leaders should be familiar with the eight guides listed on the back of the application, on the last page of this planning guide, and in the financial record books.

SOURCES OF INCOME

"One fund-raiser per year" is a central theme of the "ideal year of Cub Scouting." Rather than nickel-and-diming families every week, it is better to figure the total cost for the complete year up front. Ideally, all income would come from den dues and one fund-raising program at the beginning of the program year each fall. A spring fundraiser could be included, but with the proceeds dedicated to each youth member's individual camping account.

Some Important Points:

Paying your own way. This is a fundamental principle of the Boy Scouts of America. It is one of the reasons why no solicitations (requests for contributions from individuals or the community) are permitted by Cub Scout packs. Young people in Scouting are taught early on that if they want something in life, they need to earn it. This principle is among the reasons that adults who were Scouts are found to

OTHER HELPS

Additional information concerning pack budget plans, the treasurer's job, camp savings, forms, and records can be found in the Pack Record Book, No. 33819, and the Cub Scout Leader Book, No. 33221. It is recommended that Cub Scout packs use one of the commercial software programs developed for Scouting units. These tools are great for keeping track of individual youth accounts. They are usually advertised in the back of Scouting magazine.

"Ideal Year of Cub Scouting" Budget Worksheet

To develop the pack budget, complete the worksheet with the unit leader and committee at the pack's annual program planning conference, and then share it with the Cub Scouts' parents. Be sure to keep parents involved and informed. The pack's program calendar and budget information needs to be communicated regularly to families, especially at the start of the program year. By sharing the pack's program plans and budgetary needs, you can help newly recruited Cub Scouts and their parents gain a greater understanding of just what fun is waiting for them during the pack's entire program year.

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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

DATE _____________________

Received in council service center __________________

(Date)

UNIT MONEY-EARNING APPLICATION

Applications are not required for council-coordinated moneyearning projects such as popcorn sales or Scout show ticket sales.

(Local council stamp)

Please submit this application to your council service center at least two weeks in advance of the proposed date of your moneyearning project. Read the 10 guides on the other side of this form. They will help you in answering the questions below. Pack Troop Team Crew Community ________________________________________________ District ____________________________________________________ Submits the following plans for its money-earning project and requests permission to carry them out. What is your unit's money-earning plan? ____________________________________________________________________________________ No. __________ Chartered Organization __________________________________________________________________________

About how much does your unit expect to earn from this project? _______________ How will this money be used? ________________

Does your chartered organization give full approval for this plan? ______________________________________________________________ What are the proposed dates? _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Are tickets or a product to be sold? Please specify. __________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Will your members be in uniform while carrying out this project? (See items 3­6 on other side.) ___________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Have you checked with neighboring units to avoid any overlapping of territory while working? ____________________________________ Is your product or service in direct conflict with that offered by local merchants? ________________________________________________ Are any contracts to be signed? ________ If so, by whom? ____________________________________________________________________ Give details. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Is your unit on the budget plan? _______________________________ How much are the dues? ______________________________ How much does your unit have in its treasury? ______________________________________________________________________________ Signed ____________________________________________________

(Chartered Organization Representative)

Signed ___________________________________________________

(Unit Leader)

Signed ____________________________________________________

(Chairman, Unit Committee)

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(Address of Chairman)

FOR USE OF DISTRICT OR COUNCIL FINANCE COMMITTEE: Approved by ______________________________________________

Telephone ________________________________________________ Date _____________________________________________________

Approved subject to the following conditions ________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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GUIDES TO UNIT MONEY-EARNING PROJECTS

A unit's money-earning methods should reflect Scouting's basic values. Whenever your unit is planning a money-earning project, this checklist can serve as your guide. If your answer is "Yes" to all the questions that follow, it is likely the project conforms to Scouting's standards and will be approved. 1. Do you really need a fund-raising project? There should be a real need for raising money based on your unit's program. Units should not engage in money-earning projects merely because someone has offered an attractive plan. Remember that individual youth members are expected to earn their own way. The need should be beyond normal budget items covered by dues. 2. If any contracts are to be signed, will they be signed by an individual, without reference to the Boy Scouts of America and without binding the local council, the Boy Scouts of America, or the chartered organization? Before any person in your unit signs a contract, he must make sure the venture is legitimate and worthy. If a contract is signed, s/he is personally responsible. S/he may not sign on behalf of the local council or the Boy Scouts of America, nor may s/he bind the chartered organization without its written authorization. If you are not sure, check with your district executive for help. 3. Will your fund-raiser prevent promoters from trading on the name and goodwill of the Boy Scouts of America? Because of Scouting's good reputation, customers rarely question the quality or price of a product. The nationwide network of Scouting units must not become a beehive of commercial interest. 4. Will the fund-raising activity uphold the good name of the BSA? Does it avoid games of chance, gambling, etc.? Selling raffle tickets or other games of chance is a direct violation of the BSA Rules and Regulations, which forbid gambling. The product must not detract from the ideals and principles of the BSA. 5. If a commercial product is to be sold, will it be sold on its own merits and without reference to the needs of Scouting? All commercial products must sell on their own merits, not the benefit received by the Boy Scouts. The principle of value received is critical in choosing what to sell. 6. If a commercial product is to be sold, will the fund-raising activity comply with BSA policy on wearing the uniform? The official uniform is intended to be worn primarily for use in connection with Scouting activities. However, council executive boards may approve use of the uniform for any fund-raising activity. Typically, council popcorn sales or Scout show ticket sales are approved uniform fund-raisers. 7. Will the fund-raising project avoid soliciting money or gifts? The BSA Rules and Regulations state, "Youth members shall not be permitted to serve as solicitors of money for their chartered organizations, for the local council, or in support of other organizations. Adult and youth members shall not be permitted to serve as solicitors of money in support of personal or unit participation in local, national, or international events." For example: Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts and leaders should not identify themselves as Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts or as a troop/pack participate in The Salvation Army's Christmas Bell Ringing program. This would be raising money for another organization. At no time are units permitted to solicit contributions for unit programs. 8. Does the fund-raising activity avoid competition with other units, your chartered organization, your local council, and the United Way? Check with your chartered organization representative and your district executive to make certain that your chartered organization and the council agree on the dates and type of fund-raiser.

The local council is responsible for upholding the Charter and By-laws and the Rules and Regulations of the BSA. To ensure compliance, all unit fund-raisers MUST OBTAIN WRITTEN APPROVAL from the local council NO LESS THAN 14 DAYS before the fund-raising activity.

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2011-2012 calendar of religious Dates

There are certain dates and religious observances that must be adhered to by the individual. Arrangements must be made for participation in special services. The Islamic (Muslim) year begins with Muharram. All Islamic dates are subject to sighting of the moon; an event may be one day earlier or later than the date listed. According to the Eastern Orthodox Church calendar, the day begins after evening vespers at sunset and concludes with vespers on the following day. For this reason, the observance of all Eastern Orthodox holy days begins at sunset on the evening before the holy day. Jewish holidays begin at sundown of the first date listed and end at nightfall of the last date listed. A religious institution has the option of celebrating Scout Sunday/ Scout Sabbath at its discretion. For example, the United Methodist Church always celebrates Scout Sunday on the second Sunday in February. Note: * Usually begins at sundown the day before this date. ** Local customs may vary this date.

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January 1 Mary, Mother of God, Catholic Christian Feast of St. Basil, Orthodox Christian Gantan-sai (New Years), Shinto Twelfth Night, Christian Epiphany, Christian Maghi, Sikh World Religion Day, Baha'i Tu B'shvat, Jewish May 17 22 29 June 2 8-9 12 19 Scout Sunday Scout Sabbath Nirvana Day, Buddhist Mawlid an Nabi, Islam 23 July 1 9 11 Ash Wednesday, Christian St. Patrick's Day, Christian Purim, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) Norouz (The New Day), Zoroastrian Khordad Sal (Birth of Prophet Zaranhushtra), Zoroastrian 24 25 August 1 9 Ramadan Begins, Islam Tisha B'Aviv, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary, Catholic Christian Dormition of the Theotokos, Orthodox Christian Krishna Janmashtami, Hindu Sacred Heart of Jesus, Catholic Christian Martyrdom of the B'ab, Baha'i St. Benedict Day, Catholic Christian Pioneer Day, Mormon Christian St. James the Great Day, Christian Ascension of Christ, Christian Shavot, Jewish Pentecost, Christian Trinity, Christian Corpus Christi, Catholic Christian 20 21 Buddha Day - Visakha Puja, Buddhist Lag Ba'Omer, Jewish Ascension of Baha'u'llah, Baha'i 13-19 October 4 8 St. Francis Day, Catholic Christian Yom Kippur, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) Sukkot, Jewish (No Scouting activities on first, second, eighth, or ninth days) Birth of the B'ab, Baha'i Simhat Torah, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) Diwali, Hindu, Jain, Sikh Reformation Day, Protestant Christian All Hallows Eve, Christian

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January 1 Mary, Mother of God, Catholic Christian Feast of St. Basil, Orthodox Christian Gantan-sai (New Years), Shinto Twelfth Night, Christian Epiphany, Christian Maghi, Sikh World Religion Day, Baha'i Tu B'shvat, Jewish May 6 10 27 29 June 2 3 8-9 Mawlid an Nabi, Islam Scout Sunday Scout Sabbath Nirvana Day, Buddhist 10 15 July 9 Purim, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) 11 Ash Wednesday, Christian St. Patrick's Day, Christian Norouz (The New Day), Zoroastrian Khordad Sal (Birth of Prophet Zaranhushtra), Zoroastrian 20 24 25 29 Martyrdom of the B'ab, Baha'i St. Benedict Day, Catholic Christian Ramadan Begins, Islam Pioneer Day, Mormon Christian St. James the Great Day, Christian Tisha B'Aviv, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) Ascension of Christ, Christian Trinity, Christian Shavot, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) Corpus Christi, Catholic Christian Sacred Heart of Jesus, Catholic Christian November 1 2 12 13 22 26 All Saints' Day, Christian All Souls' Day, Catholic Christian Birth of Baha'u'llah, Baha'i Diwali, Hindu, Jain, Sikh Thanksgiving, Interfaith Day of Covenant, Baha'i 16-23 20 28 31 Buddha Day - Visakha Puja, Buddhist Lag Ba'Omer, Jewish Pentecost, Christian Ascension of Baha'u'llah, Baha'i 4 9 October 1-7 Sukkot, Jewish (No Scouting activities on first, second, eighth, or ninth days) St. Francis Day, Catholic Christian Simhat Torah, Jewish (Precludes Scouting activities) Navratri, Hindu Birth of the B'ab, Baha'i Reformation Day, Protestant Christian All Hallows Eve, Christian

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April 6 7-14 Good Friday, Christian Pesach (Passover), Jewish (no activities on 7, 8, 13, 14) Easter, Christian Baisakhi, Sikh Easter/Pesach, Orthodox Christian Palm Sunday, Christian St. James the Great Day, Orthodox Christian

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akela (Pronounced ah-kay-la) A title of respect used in cub Scouting; any good leader is Akela . Baden-Powell, robert Founder of the worldwide Scouting movement . Born in London, February 22, 1857, BadenPowell died January 8, 1941 . Blue & gold Banquet A birthday dinner for Scouting held by cub Scout packs in February to celebrate founding of the BSA in 1910 and of cub Scouting in 1930 . Boys' life The monthly magazine for all boys published by the BSA . only $1 per issue! Camporee Derived from two words: camp and jamboree . A camporee is a district troop activity to demonstrate the skills of camp living . Chartered organization A religious, civic, fraternal, educational, or other community-based organization that has applied for and received a charter to operate a BSA Scouting unit . Commissioner A volunteer Scouter who works with packs, troops, teams, crews, and ships to help them succeed . Compass Points the quarterly newsletter of the Cascade Pacific council, mailed free of charge to registered Scouting adults . C.o.P.e. (Project CoPe) A challenging outdoor Personal Experience that may include problemsolving exercises, low-course activities, and high-course events . C.P.C. (Cascade Pacific Council) our council! A council is an administrative body chartered to be responsible for Scouting in a designated geographic territory. The Cascade Pacific Council covers 18 counties in nW oregon and SW Washington . d.e. (district executive) A professional Scouter who works under the direction of the Scout executive and is responsible for the achievements of the district . district A geographic service area within a council's boundaries . exploring A career-based program of the LFL for young women and men who are at least 14 years old and have completed the eighth grade, or are 15 or older, through age 20 . f.o.s. (friends of scouting) the annual fundraising campaign conducted each year by the council to raise council operating funds . Key 3 the district Key 3 is comprised of the district chairman, district commissioner and district executive . the council Key 3 is comprised of the council president, council commissioner, and the Scout executive . nor'West scout shop A national Supply store located in the Portland volunteer Service center which carries official BSA uniforms, insignia, literature, and camping items . (503) 243-5022 . oa (order of the arrow) Scouting's national brotherhood of honor campers . www .cpcbsa .org/oa Philmont national training and high adventure base in cimarron, new Mexico . Pow Wow A one-day training conference for cub Scout leaders held each november . Powder horn Adult leader high adventure skills and resource course . roundtable A district event conducted by a roundtable commissioner and a roundtable staff to help unit leadership plan and carry out their own unit programs . Venturing An exciting youth development program for young men and women ages 14-20 . crews can specialize in a variety of avocation or hobby interests . Webelos Woods. An activity designed to introduce Webelos Scouts, each with an adult family member, to the many outdoor adventures of Boy Scouting . Wood Badge. A six-day advanced skills course for any adult leader, including cub Scout, Boy Scout, varsity, and venturing leaders . youth Protection. this BSA emphasis fights child abuse by teaching youth the "Three R's": Recognize, Resist, and Report child abuse; by helping parents and Scouters learn to recognize indications of child abuse; and by teaching them how to handle child abuse situations . Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position .

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Council headquarters and Portland Volunteer service Center 2145 SW naito Parkway Portland, oR 97201 From Portland: (503) 226-3423 From vancouver: (360) 693-1741 Fax: (503) 225-5733 Volunteer service desk Hours: monday-friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. closed sunday nor'West scout shop 2145 SW naito Parkway Portland, oR 97201 (503) 243-5022 Fax: (503) 243-5090 Hours of operation: monday-friday: 9:00a.m. - 7:00p.m. saturday: 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. closed sunday salem Volunteer service Center & scout store 4395 Liberty Road South Salem, oR 97302 (503) 581-6601 Fax: (503) 581-6602 Hours of operation: monday-friday, 8:30a.m. ­ 5:30p.m. closed saturday and sunday Albany Field Office Raybar Building 425 SW Second Ave ., Ste . 103 Albany, oR 97321 (541) 928-6694 Astoria Field Office 407 Floral Ave Astoria, oR 97103 (503) 325-5108 Longview Field Office & Scout Store 1337 commerce #114 Longview, WA 98632 (360) 423-6960 Fax: (360) 423-0914 Hours of operation: tuesday-saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:30p.m. McMinnville Field Office 417 n . Adams McMinnville, oR 97128 (503) 472-3868 The Dalles Field Office 111 E . 5th St . the Dalles, oR 97058 (541) 298-5022 Fax: (541) 298-5044

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