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Meet location is at Sehmel Homestead Park, the first parking lot to the left upon entering with a departure at 10:00 AM.
Arrival Time at the Museum: 11:00 AM
Plan on staying an hour and half at the Museum to do the scav... Read More
Fox Island Annual Tree Lighting & Bonfire
Sunday, December 02, 2018
Join your Island neighbors and friends for a festive evening of fun! Sing carols around the bonfire provided by the Scouts from Cub Pack 27 and Boy Scout Troop 27, meet our tree lighter, visit with Santa Claus, and listen to the annual Christmas concert.
Bring a log for our outdoor bonfire and a waterproof ornament to hang on our outdoor Christmas tree.
P-27 Snow Tubing at Snoqualmie Pass
Sunday, January 20, 2019
Snow Tubing at Snoqualmie Pass with Cub Scout Pack 27.
Spend an afternoon tubing on the groomed tubing hill at the Summit at Snoqualmie Pass. Bring the whole family, mom, dad and siblings & friends are welcome!
Rental tubes are provided.
Our tubing session #3 starts at 1:00 PM, so please plan to arrive at least one hour early, due to potential weather and traffic related delays.
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WEBELOS Weekend is an opportunity for your boys to learn about the fun things that Boy Scouts do. Activities include: participation the patrol unit, Fire Building, Knots, Lashings, Orienteering, Sharp Objects, First Aid, Campfires, Songs, Skits, Cheers, and much more. Join us for our 20th year of helping Cubs cross over into Boy Scouting.
- Fire Building
- Sharp Objects
- First Aid
- Camping Gear
Cub Scouts and their siblings, 3 years and older, are invited to Camp Thunderbird for a fun filled weekend with Mom and Dad. This event begins on Saturday morning and ends before lunch on Sunday. Activities will include climbing, crafts, shooting sports (1st graders and older), campfire, and other fun games.
The Pack will be reserving 5 campsites, each holds 8 people. Sign up now, make your payments here. First come first served.
Only one vehicle per campsite is included in your campsite fee. An RV counts as a vehicle. Additional or unattended vehicles, unless towed, cost $10 each per night. Adults who are not carpooling with others are responsible for their $10 fee.
Throughout the day, Cubs and their mom's will experience archery instruction, BB gun shooting, crafts, games, skit training and a nature activity. The meals (Breakfast and Lunch) will be served in the dining hall. There will be a campfire on Friday evening along with a cracker-barrel snack.
Pack 27 Sleepover at Cheney Stadium in June. Actual date to be announced. Prices (subject to change) includes baseball game, hot dog meal, fireworks show and tent sleepover in the ballfield after the game, with a big screen movie.
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers are all invited to this great family event. Parents and siblings are welcome too!
Tickets will be purchased in bulk for the entire Pack, so we'll need your payments no later than June 15th.
What is WashJam, you ask? Held once every 4 years, WashJam 2016 will be the biggest Scouting event in the Pacific Northwest, attracting over 5,000 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Venturers, Varsity and Explorers from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Canada. Activities include Cub Scout Adventure World, Advancement Challenge, Technology Challenge, Survival Challenge, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Aquatics Adventure, Shooting Sports, Fis... Read More