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april, 2022

30aprAll DayCuboreePresented by the Cascadia and Spirit Lake Districts(All Day: saturday) Event Type :Cub Scouts

Event Details

April 30, 2022

Pearson Air Museum
1115 E 5th St.
Vancouver, WA 98661

9:30am – Check-in
10:00am – Activities begin including; Compass, Archery, Monkey Bridge, Knots, Pinewood Derby Trak, Cast Iron Dinner.

Cub Scouts, escorted by their Adult chaperones may choose to observe the BSA Camporee next door, following the Guide to Safe Scouting. Observation will during the activity rotation from 10AM to 4PM. They can collect stamps as they observe the Scout activities and will receive a gift after displaying a fully stamped passport back at Pearson Air Museum. Cub Scouts and Adult Chaperones/Leaders are welcome to attend the opening ceremony on Saturday morning as well as the evening campfire. Please see schedule below.

Cub Scouts are also eligible to earn the Scout Ranger Award by participating in at least one service project at Fort Vancouver prior to the Cuboree. Call Ranger Sarah Weber at 360-816-6242. All projects are on Saturdays starting February 19th.

Cub Scout Packs from all of the Cascade Pacific Council are welcome to attend. Registration closes April 16, 2022.

$5.00 per Cub Scout/Webelos or Adult

Refund Policy
All reservations are nonrefundable.

Dennis Buck at firstbuck@mac.com
David Carsten at sleepyteeth@gmail.com


8:00 bugler blows “Assembly” for early flags, unit attendance is optional.
Early assembly, raise the American, State, CPC, Cowlitz, and Chinook flags. The Cowlitz drums start  once the flags are up.
8:25 AM drums stop and bugler blows assembly, whole camp.
8:30 “KLAHOWYA!” Superintendent Tracy Fortmann to the Scouts visiting Fort Vancouver
8:33 Blessing by Tanna Engdahl, Spiritual Leader of the Cowlitz Tribe
8:39 Greeting from Sam Robinson, Vice Chair of the Chinook Tribe
8:45 Challenge by the Honorable Anne Ogle-McInerny Mayor of Vancouver
8:51 Flag Raising – Superintendent Tracy Fortmann – Call to the Colors – Mr. Greg Garret
9:00 The Howitzer fires at the completion of the flay raising
Camporee Chairman David Carsten sends the TROOPS, CREWS, and PACKS to their activities
Drummers begin again, camp heads to the rotation to the sound of the drums

Cubs head to Pearson Air Museum Historic Hangar for Check-in at 9:30

10:00 AM Pearson Museum – Cub-o-ree
•             Compass
•             Archery
•             Monkey Bridge
•             Knots
•             Pinewood Derby Track
•             Cast Iron Dinner

7:00 PM – STAFF/UNITS, FLAG CEREMONY STAFF East of Parade Ground

7:30 PM-HOSTED CAMP-WIDE CAMPFIRE, Alton Chung – The Story of Ranald McDonald, Saber Dancers, Flag Retirement, Order of the Arrow, and more.



All Day (Saturday)

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