Pinewood Derby!

Yes, you heard it right! It is time to get those cars shaped, shined and ready for racing! Any scouts who have not yet received their car, please make sure you pick it up at the January Pack Meeting!

Blue and Gold!

Friday, February 23rd 6pm to 8pm at LW United Methodist Church Blue and Gold Dinner and Webelo II’s Crossover Ceremony Abracadabra! – This year’s theme is magic… Expect us to have a few tricks up our sleeve and the Wolf Den is preparing a skit for us!  *The Blue and Gold Dinner is in place … Continue reading Blue and Gold!

Snow Pack Outing!

February Pack Outing: Snow! Hyak Sledding Hill Saturday, February 3 9:00am-11:00am Sledding SignUp Pack 428 is headed to the mountains! Let's all go and have some fun sledding at the Hyak Tubing Hill!  This groomed sledding hill located off of I-90 exit 54, near Snoqualmie East, Hyak is a Washington State Parks snow play area, and is not affiliated with the … Continue reading Snow Pack Outing!

Mythical Creatures at the White River Valley Museum

January Overnight Option: White River Valley Museum Friday, January 26 at 7PM to Saturday, January 27 at 8AM Mythical Creatures at the White River Valley Museum Have you ever spent the night at a museum?  I've wanted to spend the night at a museum ever since I saw the movie back in the 1990's (hmmm. . … Continue reading Mythical Creatures at the White River Valley Museum

Pack Meeting : The Reptile Man!

January Pack Meeting at Rose Hill Elementary: The Reptile Man January 17 7:00-8:00pm Isaac, the son of the Reptile Man presents live animal demonstrations all over the Pacific Northwest. The show portion of the service he provides runs about 40 minutes in which he talks about 8 to 12 reptiles from all over the world. All the … Continue reading Pack Meeting : The Reptile Man!

Pack Newsletter – January 2018

Happy New Year to all our scouts and families! I hope you all had a wonderful vacation and are ready to jump in to a new year of scouting! Our December trip to Food Lifeline was hard work but very rewarding. The attending scouts and families shucked enough corn for over 5,000 people. A big … Continue reading Pack Newsletter – January 2018

Pack Newsletter – December 2017

Well, after a month of climbing and fitness skills, I hope our scouts are ready to take on a service project tomorrow. We had 20 of our 30 spots filled for Food Lifeline before the signup closed so that they could ensure they had enough volunteers to work their warehouse on Saturday morning. I know … Continue reading Pack Newsletter – December 2017