Scout Sunday – February 7, 2016

scoutsunday2016The Boy Scouts of America annually celebrates its founding on scoutsunday2016February 8, 1910, based on the program started by Lord Baden Powell in England on August 1, 1907. Scout Sunday was added to the Scout celebration in the middle 1940s. Scout Sunday is always the Sunday preceding February 8th, unless the 8th is a Sunday, in which case the 8th would be Scout Sunday. Once again, we have a cool patch for all the Scouts that attend.

We will be attending the 11 a.m. service at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church on February 7, 2015.  We will be going out for lunch afterwards.    Transportation home can me arranged.


Geranium Orders – 2016 !!

It’s that time of year again where you can earn some money for your troop account and sell Geraniums!    The Geraniums the troop sells are grown locally from Skagit Valley and grow really well down here in Olympia.  People end up buying them year after year.

The Geraniums will be ready to be picked up the week of April 11th.  So get busy and get your orders now.  Plan on turning in your orders the week of March 24th.  I’ve attached an order form you can use to help in your selling.

Geranium Order Form


Fingerprinting Merit Badge – February 2, 2016

fingerprinting_lgIn earning the Fingerprinting merit badge, Scouts will learn about and use an important technique that is used by law enforcement officers, along with other materials like matching dental records and DNA sampling, to help identify amnesia victims, missing persons, abducted children, and others.


On February 2nd, Troop 101 members can participate in a Fingerprinting Merit Badge Clinic.  We will be meeting at the Criminal Records Building at 3000 Pacific Ave SE in Olympia at 6:15.  Please be in uniform and arrive promptly.  This is an exciting opportunity to see how police take and use fingerprints!  We look forward to seeing you at this event!


Downhill Skiing – Saturday, February 13, 2016

skiiing-mdThe downhill ski trip is fast approaching.!

We will be going to White Pass on Saturday February 13th.

We will meet at the Haggen parking lot (by the Dairy Queen) and leaving together at 7:00 a.m.

Please contact Ian  if you want to go (scouts, adults, and siblings) and who is going to drive.

Here is a breakdown for ski lift prices:
Kids 6 and under $5
Kids 7-15 $43
Adults 16 and over $63


2015 Christmas Tree Pickup

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Saturday, December 19th  we will be handing out the door hangers in Lacey to remind people about the Boy Scout Tree pickup and to leave/mail us a donation.  Meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Meconis Parking Lot.




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Saturday, January 9th, 8:30 am we will be picking up Christmas Trees in North East Lacey — People have been asked for a donation.  Meet at the Meconi Parking Lot at Hawks Praries.   This is North of I-5 and on the West side of Marvin Rd.  We need pickup truck and/or trailers to carry trees. We’ll be picking up trees along the street and taking them to the recycling center.

Wear old clothes, bring gloves and dress for the weather.  It’ll probably rain.

For the sixth year in a row, the City of Lacey has paired with Scout troops to arrange for curbside tree pick-up.   While they provide this as a community service, they will also gladly accept donations towards future troop endeavors.

To be eligible for pick-up, Lacey residents must have their trees to the curb by 8:00am on Saturday. They need to be completely emptied of ornaments, tinsel, nails, and stands to facilitate easy chipping.   Residents outside the city limits may deliver trees to the Waste and Recovery Center in Hawks Prairie and those in neighboring towns should check


Boy Scouts of America – Capital Area District – Pacific Harbors Council – Olympia – Lacey, Washington