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Belt Loop Clinic March 16th!

Published on March 8, 2013,


Hey Scouts

We have a Beltloop clinic set for March 16th from 9~12 in the   Holy Rosary school hall.  We will have about 4 stations that last about 30 minutes each.  We will be sharing this event with neighboring packs. All earned belt loops will be presented by the pack at their next Pack meeting.

If you do not have time for all the stations, please feel free to attend what you can. This is a great way to get working on those belt loops!


– Nate Thomas

Cubmaster Pack 793


Scouting for Food

Published on February 22, 2013,


Let’s Help Those Less Fortunate

One in six people go hungry every day, but you can help. Get your Scouts prepared to participate in the annual ‘Scouting for Food’ drive, so we can all provide more wholesome meals for families and children.What Hunger Looks Like in Western Washington
The following information is from the 2010 Hunger in America study. To view the full report, click here. Hunger can affect anyone.

  • More than 45% of the individuals using a food bank, meal program or shelter in Western Washington have some form of post-secondary education. Only 9% are actually homeless.
  • 37% of the people Food Lifeline serves are children.

The Consequences of Hunger:

  • Children who are hungry may be less attentive, independent, and curious. Many hungry children have difficulty concentrating; therefore their reading ability and verbal and motor skills suffer. Children who are hungry also often experience headaches, fatigue, frequent colds, and other illnesses that may cause them to be less physically active.
  • Hunger can have a devastating emotional impact; it may diminish self-confidence and self-esteem. In a culture that encourages self-reliance, individuals who need food assistance may hesitate to seek help. They may experience.

March 23rd – door hangers go out to neighborhoods
March 30th – food collection and sorting day


Say Goodbye to Phil

Published on February 22, 2013,

SmartHeaderPhil Smart, Sr Memorial

We hope that Phil Smart had as much of an influence in your lives as he did in ours. The Smart family has arranged a memorial for Phil at McCaw Hall on March 2nd, beginning at 1pm. They welcome all Scouters.

memorial page has been set up on the Seattle BSA website for those interested to read a little bit about this great man, and to leave a comment in memory of him. Click here to visit the memorial, read the entries of others, and share your own story.

“The three words I concentrated on more than any
others were ‘On my honor’, and then seven words
that come later: ‘to help other people at all times’.” 
              – Phil Smart, Sr.


Blue and Gold Dinner Coming Up

Published on February 11, 2013,



Blue and Gold Dinner

February 21st 6 PM to 8 PM

Holy Rosary Hall

Bring your appetite and be prepared for fun!

Please help us plan this event by taking a few minutes to fill out the following survey

Click here to take survey