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Welcome and booyah!  If you are looking for a great Scouting experience with a truly youth-led troop, you've found it. We offer two Scouts BSA troops, one for boys and another for girls, for youth aged 11-18, and a co-ed Venturing crew for high school aged youth.

Troop 909 meets almost every Tuesday night where our Scouts practice and teach Scoutings outdoor skills. We are based in Woodinville, but also have members from nearby communities like Duvall, Carnation, Redmond, and Bothell.

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OA Virtual Induction Nov. 6-7

Posted by ttakahashi on Oct 12 2020 - 9:17pm

*****Attention: OA Candidates elected on February 11, 2020*****

In collaboration with OA National, T'Kope Kwiskwis Lodge will conduct a virtual Induction Weekend on November 6-7, 2020. An in-person Induction is still planned for April/June/August 2021. The Lodge is looking forward to the in-person Inductions in 2021 and it will depend on the health guidelines at the time.

OA Induction Weekend / Three Inductions Cancelled for 2020

Posted by ttakahashi on Aug 18 2020 - 7:10pm

OA Induction Weekends in April, June, and August 2020 were cancelled due to COVID-19. The next OA Induction Weekend is scheduled in April 2021 subject to the health guidelines at the time.

Outdoor Activities in Small Groups for July/August

Posted by pgeorge on Jul 7 2020 - 11:15am

Although we cannot hold troop-wide campouts right now, interested Scouts can ask their patrols or other small groups to make their own plans instead. Now that King and neighboring counties are in Phase 2 of reopening, Scouts are able to assemble in small groups and have outdoor activities, camping and service. 

MENTOR GROUPS – Troop 909 Boys

Posted by pgeorge on Jun 30 2020 - 3:31pm

For the Boys' Troop - Troop 909 has a strong tradition of mentorship, that works especially well in person. Under social distancing Scouts and mentors will need to be extra diligent to keep this great opportunity working well, and be proactive in contacting each other to get/give the help that is needed.

UPDATES FROM SCOUTMASTERS & ADVISER: MR GEORGE, MS CLEAVE, AND MR ROBB

Posted by pgeorge on Mar 15 2020 - 9:36am
Troop families,
 
We have some good and bad news to share in a troop 909 GOOD NEWS sandwich.
 
Good news first....
1. NEW NECKERCHIEFS - we have new McRae tartan neckerchiefs that look AMAZING, and are ready to be distributed as soon as logistics allow - see photo attached. We will be holding a design contest for our patrols to design a troop patch to attach to the new neckerchiefs, more details to come on that. The neckerchiefs will go to any active Scout that has earned Scout rank - if you are not done with Scout, see item #3
 
Some bad news in the middle...
2. GROUP ACTIVITIES CANCELED - we will be cancelling all Scouting group activities for March and into April, until conditions allow for them again - this includes troop meetings, outings and campouts. We will figure out how to support remaining crossovers in a timely way that makes sense. 
It should not be too long before it makes sense to hold some small, patrol sized group activities and outings - we will be ready. UNTIL THEN... beat the cabin fever with hikes with friends and family to enjoy the outdoors with you, inline with your parents expectations, health dept and government guidelines.
 
Finally, more good news...
3. VIRTUAL VIDEO MEETINGS - we intend to keep meeting on Tuesday nights, using video and conference calls via Skype, Google Hangouts, etc. We will ask for patience as we practice this new way of fellowship and mentorship and see how it goes. We plan to hold these meetings:
- Patrol Meetings
- Scout Rank Advancement meetings
- Trail to First Class meetings
- Merit Badge Workshops
 
Be on the look out for a schedule and invitations to these meetings.
 
Please let us know if you have questions. 
 
Booyah!
Mr George, Ms Cleave & Mr Robb
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Friends of Scouting Drive is Happening Now!

Posted by csammarco on Feb 3 2020 - 12:19pm

Don't  miss out on your opportunity to help support our Council!

Chief Seattle Council depends on public donations for more than 35% of its operating budget and 19% comes from Troop donations through this Friends of Scouting Drive.  

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BSA Troop 909

    Can you say "Booyah!"
    Woodinville, WA
    North Lakes District
    Chief Seattle Council
    Boy Scouts of America

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