The Northern Trails Scouting for Food drive is coming up on March 28th. Your unit will be able to participate in any (or all) of three service opportunities:
Neighborhood collections will occur on the morning of Saturday, March 28th. Supermarket collections will start on Friday, March 27th and continue on March 28th.
Please contact Cyndy Jones (either during Roundtable or at email@example.com) for more details and to sign up!
Our first Longhouse Work Party of 2020 will be from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 8th
This is in addition to Facebook, Instagram, the District Website and the monthly Roundtable meetings.
To Join - https://join.northerntrails.org
To access after joining - https://team.northerntrails.org
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Volunteer Hours: Log your Scout volunteer hours on your company web-site, especially if you volunteered at Scout Day Camp or Resident Camp. Select Chief Seattle Council Tax ID 910569878. Redeem Scout Bucks at the Scout Shop for camping equipment or other Scouting needs.
LDS Families: This fall, consider visiting a community troop and/or pack. Go to my.scouting.org to find one near you. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints-friendly troops and packs: Bothell Stake contact-Bret Ahlstrom (firstname.lastname@example.org). Redmond Stake contact-Dave Thaler (email@example.com).
For your daughter: Join a neighborhood Cub Pack or one of the several BSA Scouts girl troops or Venturing Crews in the Northern Trails District.
The Northern Trails District's chapter of the scouting honor society "Order of the Arrow" is called "Ashuk T'salil".
Chapter Meetings: The Chapter meets monthly on the 2nd Thursday of the month at the same place and time as the Northern Trails Roundtable. All chapter members are encouraged to attend for fellowship and business. In June the meeting is held as a picnic where officer elections take place.
Calendar: Other Order of the Arrow events are listed on the Lodge Calendar. This includes four Ordeals, where newly elected candidates learn about and become a member of the Order.
Unit Elections: Unit hold elections with the aid of a team from the Chapter this year between the start of November and the end of March. Unit leaders should contact the Elections Vice Chief to schedule their election early to reserve their preferred date. Your unit's Youth OA Representative should be able to put you in contact. Or make contact at Round Table or through District Leadership.
Arrow of Light Ceremonies: The chapter offers a team of youth to help make your Arrow of Light ceremonies memorable. Contact Chapter Leadership to reserve your preferred date.