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A Scout is Helpful
Throughout the year, Scouts across the Cascade Pacific Council serve their communities. From collecting food during our annual Scouting for Food/Walk and Knock drive in December to Eagle Scout projects to regular weekly service, Scouts have proven to be service-minded.
About Scouting for Food/Walk and Knock
An annual tradition since 1986, Scouting for Food rallies Scouts across the nation to collect food for local food banks.
Cascade Pacific Council Scouts will hit the streets on the first Saturday in December to collect food for the hungry and provide it to specific local food banks throughout the greater Northwest.
In Clark County and Cowlitz County, Washington, the entire community gathers for a Walk and Knock. Here the newspaper distributes the bags and Scouts and community members go door to door asking for donations of food. http://walkandknock.org.
Despite a global pandemic in 2020, Scouts here in the CPC continued to serve on an incredible level, donating time a food banks, collecting food and conducting local clean-ups. Meanwhile, our Eagle Scouts logged more than 72,000 hours in their final Eagle Scout Service Projects.
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Stories of Service to our Community
KGW: Meet a Boy Scout who made a donation to a local nonprofit.
Local scouts put together skits and songs for the virtual campfire that closed the camp-in Excerpt from KGW Newschannel 8 Story: Boy Scout camp looked a little different this year. Instead of pitching a tent in the woods, the Boy Scouts did a day-long Facebook live...
Excerpt from KXL Newsradio: Some local Boy Scouts are staying active and helping out during the coronavirus outbreak. These guys from Troop 199 in Wilsonville put together this video on how to make your own cloth face mask. It’s pretty easy to do and you probably have...
Scoutmaster Scott Neves and his sons lead Troop 313 in helping the Community Action Program distribute food to those in need. Their good turn was featured in this article in the The Longview Daily News.