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Parvuli Dei Religious Emblem

Published on December 29, 2014,


Time to work on your Parvuli Dei emblem for those scouts interested

In February, Holy Rosary has a special Scout Mass. During this mass, scouts that choose to work towards their Parvuli Dei emblem will receive it for completing a workbook. For those scouts looking for emblems for other faiths, please work with your den leader to identify.

About the Emblem

The purpose of the Parvuli Dei (Children of God) emblem is to help young boys explore a wide range of activities in order to discover the presence of God in their daily lives as members of their families and parishes, and also to develop a good, positive self-image through the contributions they can make to the group or community.

Program Objectives

  • To help the Scout of his age develop an awareness of God’s love for each one of His special, unique created beings.
  • To help the Scout become aware and understand his identity as an important member of his family, his community, and as a member of the Family of God.
  • To continue to develop an awareness as members of the parish and the Body of Christ.
  • To aid the Scout in his awareness of the responsibilities that grow out of God’s love for us.


  • Registered 8 to 10 year old (Bear or Webelos) of Catholic Faith.


  • Each Cub have his own Activity Book.
  • The book is designed for the Cub and his parent or guardian to work together.
  • The Cub will be required to make a banner as part of the requirements.
  • Diocesan and BSA Youth Protection policies must be followed.

Getting Started

  • Emblem Books may be obtained most economically and quickly from your local BSA Council Service Center Scout Shops. Alternatively, they can be obtained directly from BSA Supply at “http://www.scoutstuff.org” or through most Diocesan scout committees.
  • Although the book could be completed in four to six hours, the goal of earning a religious emblem is to help the Cub develop a personal relationship with Jesus, so it is suggested that steps be spread over several weeks. This will help the Cub understand that this is a long-term commitment, not a one-time project.

Cub Scout Bowling 11/15/2014

Published on November 4, 2014,


Aquila District Cub Scout Bowling Tournament

(11/15/2014 10:00 am – 05:00 pm)

LOCATION:  West Seattle Bowl, 4505 39th Ave. SW, Seattle, WA  98116

TIME:  First Session 10 AM       Second Session 1 PM
(sessions limited to 150 each)

COST:  $27.00 per Cub Scout  ADULT TEAM MEMBER is FREE

Discount of $5.00 if signed up by November 7.

Cost includes shoe rental for both, and two games of bowling per team


Popcorn Sales are at an End

Published on October 18, 2014,


Your next steps that you need to complete by Sunday, October 19th 2014

  1. If you sold Popcorn at a site sale:
    1. Brian will let you know what popcorn was sold so that you can record it on your sheet
  2. If you sold popcorn that you picked up from Brian:
    1. Please let Brian know what you have sold
    2. And, let Brian know what you have not sold but still have on hand
  3. If you sold popcorn from the sales sheet that you do not have on hand and it needs to be ordered:
    1. Let Brian know what you need so that he can order it!

My next steps are to fulfill your popcorn sales from popcorn I have on hand. For popcorn not on hand, I will need to order it. If you do not let me know what you need, it will not be ordered.

If you have questions, please give me a call




WEBELO’s – Earn Your Engineering Badge in One Day

Published on October 18, 2014,

WSDOT-BerthaJoin the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement program for a free Webelos Engineering Badge day on Saturday, November 8th. Organized in conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America, this event is designed to help you earn your engineering badge by visiting a construction site and performing fun hands-on activities that teach basic engineering concepts. Meet an engineer from the SR 99 Tunnel Project to learn what it’s like to work with Bertha, the giant tunneling machine. You’ll find out about different types of engineering jobs and take a walking tour to see viaduct construction up-close. We’ll also teach you how to draw a floor plan, and make model bridges inspired by those found across Washington State. This event will take place at Milepost 31, the SR 99 Tunnel Project’s public information center located in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood.

Webelos Engineering Badge Day
Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Milepost 31, 211 First Ave., S., Seattle

This brand new fun and unique event will fill up quickly, so please contact Marisa Merkel at MerkelM@wsdot.wa.gov or (206)995-8448 to make your reservations right away. Ideal group attendance ratio is 5 youth to 1 adult chaperone.

Parking is available on city streets and in nearby parking garages. Click here for additional parking information.


Who Wants to Camp in the Snow?!?

Published on October 10, 2014,


Winter Camp registration is now open!  Get in on the wintertime fun with your Cub Scouts or Boy Scouts! Pack 793 will be picking a date for a Pack event. Pray for SNOW!

   2014-15 Cub Scout Winter Camp Registration Flyer

   Cub Winter Camp Information

   Special Needs Form
   Refund Policy
  Annual Health & Medical Record Link


Popcorn Sales – Last Week!

Published on October 10, 2014,


Popcorn Sales are coming to a close in the next week!

Here are the important dates:

October 19th – Sale Ends. Send all orders to Brian to submit his Take Order

October 26th – Trails-End Prize Turn-in. Send Brian what prizes your Scout would like (More details to follow)

November 7th – Take Order Popcorn Arrives!

Other TIPS for this week:

– I have additional forms for anyone that needs one!

– I still have popcorn available for Pick-up (send me an email)

– QFC Site sales have been Updated Online

(If there are other days and times you’d like, send me an email and I’ll work with the Store manager)


Popcorn Update 9/16

Published on September 16, 2014,


  • Popcorn will be arriving this Thursday and ready for Pick-up on Saturday and Sunday. Pick-up days and times are being determined. The pick-up location will be a home just one block north of Holy Rosary School.
  • The popcorn pick-up is for Show and Sell. We will be using this popcorn for site sales, but you and your scout can come by and pick-up a variety of popcorn for you to take with you on your personal sales door to door. It’s hard to say “no” to a scout in uniform with a wagon full of popcorn!!
  • Please work with your scouts on their selling techniques. Here are a few questions the scouts should be ready to answer. Most answers are on the order form so please work with them in advance. This gives them confidence in their selling if they know the answers.
    • What is NEW this year? Chocolatey Carmel Crunch! YUM!
    • Who is your sponsoring organization? Holy Rosary Church
    • How many packages in the the Microwave popcorn? 18 individual packages (not sold individually)
    • What is your favorite? <Insert Scouts favorite>
    • How much of the money goes to the Scouting organization? Over 70% of the sales
    • How much money does your Pack get? About 35% of the sales
    • How does your Pack use the money? Fund Camping, Pinewood Derby, Pumpkin Carving, etc…
    • Do I have to Pay now? This is up to you. Sometimes it is easier to get an order if payment comes later.
    • When do I get the popcorn? We will fulfill most orders with this first shipment

Enjoy and let me know if you have any questions!

Brian “Popcorn Kernel”


Welcome New Scouts!

Published on September 11, 2014,

TigersSchool and Scouting has started!

(Tiger Parent Primer) 

At this time of year there are so many things going on it is important to let the new scouts and parents know what is happening and when. Here are some key points for the Tiger Parents.

  1. The first Tiger Den meeting is Wednesday September 17th at 7 PM in the Holy Rosary School Hall. This is the first meeting for the Tigers, so if you feel like you have missed a meeting, don’t worry, you have not. New Tiger scouts should come with their new Class A Uniform, their Tiger Handbook and a parent! Tigers will meet twice a month for a Den meeting and a GO SEE IT activity. The Den meetings are booked and on the Pack Calendar. The GO SEE ITs are planned as part of the Den and will vary based on Den availability and location. The Complete Pack (all dens) also meet once a month for a Pack Meeting. These are also on the Pack Calendar.
  2. Our Fall Pack Campout is this weekend. This is a fun activity but is not a mandatory event. Please RSVP and come if you can. This is open to the whole family. Please bring the Class A uniform if you have one and the patches/badges. The Pack will work with you on the placement of the badges and patches! Please take a moment to review the Pack 793 Camping Checklist of items that you should bring. 
  3. The Pack 793 Guide for New Families has been added to the Resource section of the website. This Guide provides an overview of the Pack and how we operate. This should answer many of your questions. Please reach out to any of the Pack 793 leaders if you have any questions that are not addressed by the Guide. Since this guide is new this year, we will continue to update it with your feedback.
  4. WE HAVE A TIGER LEADER! Greg Chastain will be wearing the Tiger Leader uniform for the new Tigers! Actually we have 3 great Dads that have offered to help lead the Tiger Den which will be very important for these new scouts.

We look forward to seeing you at the Camp Out if you can attend, otherwise we will see all the new Tigers on Wednesday September 17th!


Called to Protect Class September 16th

Published on September 11, 2014,


We have been alerted that there may still be room left for the Called to Protect Class at Holy Rosary next Tuesday. This class is required by the Seattle Archdiocese for anyone volunteering with kids. All Pack 793 leaders have gone through the training and we highly encourage all parents to attend. This class is usually not offered at Holy Rosary, so this is a great opportunity to take it close to home. Below is the detail taken from the Archdiocese of Seattle website and the link to register is below. 


Class Name: Called to Protect for Ministries

Start Date: 09/16/2014 06:30:00 PM

Room: School Hall

Description: This three-hour training is designed to teach participants how to recognize the signs of abuse, how to respond to suspected abuse and how to keep our ministries, programs and schools safe. Required for clergy, employees and volunteers with ongoing unsupervised contact with minors and vulnerable adults. Recommended for all volunteers.

Parish: Holy Rosary School – Seattle

4142 42nd Ave SW

Seattle, WA

Fall 2014 Camp Out

Published on September 1, 2014,


Where: Camp Freeman (located at Camp Edwards, Formerly Camp Brinkley)

25600-B Monroe Log Camp Rd, Snohomish, WA 98290

Who: Everyone! Old scouts, new scouts, family and siblings. Please no pets!

When: Friday 9/12th @ 5 PM check-in to Sunday 9/15 noon 


  • Friday Night we have a casual evening as families arrive
  • Camping: Bring your tent, sleeping bag and overnight essentials
  • Polar Bear dive: Bring your trunks and a towel!
  • Skits: Bring jokes, stories and a positive attitude
  • Movie Night!