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During a 3-day hiking trip in Eastern WA, this Kenmore Scout troop noticed an unusual amount of garbage in the Seeps Lake area.  The took action, using their big open trailer to haul over a ton of debris to the local dump.                                          

April 2010

The Seattle Mariners gave the Boy Scouts more than money can buy: memories of a lifetime on Saturday, May 1. Nearly 5,000 Boy Scouts swarmed Safeco field for a host of special pre-game activities to celebrate "Scout Day with the Mariners" and the 100th Anniversary of Scouting in America.

...From the warm up to the main event wide-eyed Scouts and leaders from the Chief Seattle Council, who have earned special recognition, got to greet the Mariner starting players at their positions...                                       

May 13, 2010 - Seahawks News Blog, by Ben Malcolmson

Eagle Eye: Matt Hasselbeck’s message was simple

To lead is to serve.

The keynote speaker at the 2010 Seattle-area Eagle Scout Banquet ...Hasselbeck spoke to the 214 new initiates about leadership and the responsibility they have...

May 23, 2010 - KMPS Radio Interview by Stephen Kilbreath

Local Boy Scout Earns Special Honor

Can you believe it…The great grandson of the 1st eagle scout is now an eagle scout, and he is a local kid.  Pat Craven from the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts explains.

Listen to interview

July 21, 2010 - Auburn Reporter by Mark Klaas

Cub Scouts have a blast at Auburn day camp

Photo: Volunteer Chris Boren helps Cub Scout Brayden Masias, 8, launch his ‘stomp rocket’ during the Cub Scouts Blast Off camp at Game Farm Wilderness Park.



Nearly 300 Cub Scouts representing 29 packs in the area converged at Game Farm Wilderness Park this week for four days of fun and exploration.

The Scouts, ranging in age from 7 to 11 years old, took part in many activities to test the mind and body – from arts and crafts, cooking and woodworking to science and citizenship projects.