Spring Joining Meeting - June 11, 2018 - Rodgers Park - 6:00 PM

posted May 9, 2017, 7:42 AM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts   [ updated Jun 4, 2018, 12:34 AM ]

Girls and Boys are welcome to join Scouts!  Join us to learn all about scouting on June 11, 2018 at Rodgers Park on Queen Anne.  Learn about our summer activities, camps and general all around fun.

2800 1st Ave. W, Seattle, WA 98119

Contact us at

First Pack Meeting of the school year, Monday September 12, 6:30 pm

posted Aug 21, 2016, 5:05 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts

Welcome to the new 2016/2017 School Year and the startup of our regular pack and den meetings.  We are planning an exciting year.  Our first Pack meeting of the year will be on Monday, September 12 at Bethany Presbyterian Church on Queen Anne Ave from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. 


We’re starting the year with a BLAST.



Cub Scouting is a family participatory activity.  On Monday, you’ll be helping your boys build the stomp rockets.  You’ll also help your den build a launcher.  You’ll fire them off a couple/few times.  Experiment.  Talk about the science of rockets.  Rebuild them.  Fix them when they break.  You can then go home and do some more experimenting together with your son.  In addition, many of the dens will also continue stomp rocketing at an upcoming den meeting.  You’ll see who has the coolest rocket.  The fastest rocket.  The rocket that goes the highest, longest, straightest, craziest trajectory…  

If you’re intrigued, here’s a quick video on one way to build them. But, you can do your own design as well.       Hint:  Watch it at 2X speed and it takes only 2 minutes.  Click on the cog wheel.  

 Please feel free to bring siblings along to participate.  Pack 7072 not only Welcomes all families, we welcome the whole family.

 Pack Meeting Agenda:

                  6:30        Doors Open …  Start building your rockets

                  7:00        Official Pack Meeting start 

Information for all the new families:

Helpful information on the pack web site:

 -               A Guide Book for Families New to Scouting

-               Where do all the patches go – Uniform Inspection Sheet (Don’t worry.  We don’t usually have inspections.) 



Class A uniforms are worn to pack meetings and many other events.   They are the blue shirts with all the insignia.  You can also buy blue pants if you wish and a hat.   Buy scout uniforms at the Scout Shop (see below).  The Scout Shop folks are very helpful and can tell you what you need.  There is also a uniform guide on our website (see below)

Class B Uniforms are worn to more informal meetings, such as ones where we do outdoor cleanup or tend to get dirty.  The pack will provide these.


The Pack will provide:

                  Neckerchief, neckerchief clasp, handbook (Tiger, Wolf, Bear, ..)


The family provides:

                  The shirt, pants(if desired), and the insignia.


Chief Seattle Council Scout Shop:

Located at the Chief Seattle Council Service Center

Council Service Center
Chief Seattle Council, Boy Scouts of America
3120 Rainier Avenue South
Post Office Box 440408
Seattle, WA 98114-4408

Phone: 206-725-5200

Soap Box Derby - Aug 25, 2018

posted Jun 28, 2016, 9:10 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts   [ updated Jun 4, 2018, 12:40 AM ]

Where: Woodland Park, near the skate-park and bike hill
When: 10AM to 2PM
​Who:  Everyone!
What to bring: Class B uniforms, Water

Contact: Aaron Edwards

Join us for Soap Box car racing and a cookout.  We have 6 Pack soap box cars that the boys sit in and race downhill, and try not to crash!  We will also have hot dogs and snacks to make a day of it.  This is so much fun for the boys, and prizes will be awarded for the fastest racers!  Join us for the last event before school starts, to see the summer out.  

Meeting on the hill by the lower tennis courts, between N 50th St and the Skate Park.

WashJam 2016 - Aug 25 - 28

posted Jun 28, 2016, 9:08 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts

Sponsored by: Washington state BSA councils
Where:  Joint Base Lewis McChord
When: Day Passes available, or all weekend
​Who:  Everyone! 

Washington State's Jamboree for scouts is held once every four years, and is a big event with about 5000 attendees.  It is nearby this year, and cub scouts can get day passes if you don't want to attend for the whole weekend.  They have a cub scouts area with bouncy houses and events, the USAF Thunderbirds will perform, and you can meet a Thunderbirds pilot!  Make a day or weekend of it!

Magnolia Seafair Parade - Sat Aug 6

posted Jun 28, 2016, 9:07 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts

Where:  Magnolia, 34th Ave W and W Barrett St
When:  10:00 am to noon
​Who:  Everyone!
​What to Bring:  Class A Uniform  
Contact: Vanessa Dennison

We will participate in the Magnolia Seafair Kids Parade as part of Sefair weekend.  This is a short, neighborhood parade around a few blocks in Magnolia, and great way for scouts to be part of the Seafair festival.  Scouts can carry our Pack banner or flags, or help tow the Soap Box derby cars.  Please wear your Class A uniform to represent our Pack!

Assembly for the Kids Parade will be on W Raye St between 34th and 35th Ave W which is accessed via 34th Ave W.  Dispersal will be in the NE parking lot of Catherine Blaine Elementary School which is accessed via 32nd Ave W.

Summer Camp - July 7-10

posted Jun 28, 2016, 9:04 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts   [ updated Jun 28, 2016, 9:27 PM ]

Where:  Camp Edward
​Who:  Everyone! 
Contact: Lance

Some notes for those of you registered or registering for summer camp:
- We will need your health forms before you can attend
- Please let us know if you need a ride or carpool
- We recommend that you bring snacks in case camp food is not to your liking
- Scouts will need to pass a swim test when they arrive; if you feel this may be intimidating, you may want to take your scout to a pool to try it out before you leave for camp
- We will try our best to provide t-shirts to campers, but need to re-order most youth sizes; we may not have the new shirt in time, so please bring the current class B shirt just in case. 

Queen Anne Days - Sat., July 9

posted Jun 28, 2016, 9:03 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts

Where:  West Queen Anne Playfield
When:  Shifts from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
​Who:  Everyone! 
​What to Bring:  Class A Uniform  
Contact: Lance Ginave

As a community outreach (no recruiting at this event) we will be helping kids build and set off stomp rockets at the Queen Anne Days festival. Our outgoing Web 2 parents have graciously offered to help run this event, but we really need current Cub Scout parents to help out with shifts throughout the day.  If you're in town, please consider helping out - it's a long day for just a few parents to run, and a great time getting to make kids happy all day! 

Rockets in the park! OPEN to non-scouts!

posted Apr 24, 2016, 5:31 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts   [ updated May 11, 2016, 8:57 PM ]

Cub Scout Joining Night

Join us for Rockets, Games and FUN at Rodgers Park! 

Families of all kinds who have a son in kindergarten through 4th grade.

Come see what Scouting is all about.

Launch Water Bottle Rockets. 

Play Capture the Flag

Monday June 9, 6:30-8:00 PM

Rodgers Park -- W. Ray & 1st Ave. W.


Queen Anne Cub Scouts

Where Boys Get To Be Boys

Pack 70/72 Welcomes Families of all Kinds

Scouting builds character, responsibility, self-sufficiency, ethics and leadership; all while the boys have lots of fun.  We go hiking and camping together. We go to Mariners games, ride bikes, swim and fish. We have a Pinewood Derby where we race cars that we build ourselves and we have a soapbox derby where we ride in homemade cars.  We learn about first-aid and how to read a map.

Come check us out on Monday night.  Or, contact me directly. I’m more than happy to discuss Scouting with you. (650-823-2504)

More information: HOW TO JOIN

SUMMER CAMP 2016 Registration: July 7-10, CAMP EDWARD

posted Apr 3, 2016, 7:41 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts

CAMP DATES July 7-10  

Calling all buckaroos! Mosey on down to Camp Blazing Saddles at the newly remodeled Camp Edward! Tigers, Wolf, Bear and Webelos Scouts participate in activities such as archery, BB guns, nature hikes, crafts, swimming and boating. Also, as a part of the camp program, Scouts can also earn advancements in line with the newly revised achievements.

Eight large new campsites have tents (or you can bring your own), cabins and share two restroom facilities with private showers. Highlights include climbing tower, a mine to explore, and Cub World featuring a fort and nature activity center! Six sessions are available in July and August. Come as a Scout and parent team or with your pack. Sign up now for 4 days and 3 nights of fun!

Summer camp is the highlight of the year for the Scouts.  It's one of the best Cub Scout camps in the country so make sure you take advantage and go if you can.

When July 7th - 10th Thursday - Sunday.

Registration and Payment.
Please contact the Seattle Scout Office at Seattle BSA to pay for camp by May1st. Deadline to have the money in for camp is quickly approaching. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT TO SEATTLE BSA. REGISTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THE PACK WILL NOT BE COLLECTING MONEY FOR THIS CAMPOUT. Call 206.725.0361 to register.

Fees are as follows: - $240 per scout. Please pay Full Amount. - $160 per parent. Call 206.725.0361 to register.
Tell them you are with Troop 70/72 Seattle. Camperships are available, contact Lance Ginaven or Jeff Coombs for more information.

New Tigers must sign up with a guardian and the guardian must attend camp. If you are a Tiger moving up to Wolf, no guardian is required.

Don't register too late and be left out of camp. Call 206.725.0361 to register.

Registration Information is required. Contact information and form are at the following link.

Physical Required for all attendees!   
Schedule your doctor's appointment now.  Medical Forms will be due before we attend, Part A, B & C. Please print the forms from the following links. Last years forms will not be accepted.

Location & Accommodations
Camp Edward is 15 miles north of Monroe, WA. It takes just over an hour to get to camp from Seattle.
There are tents where families can sleep together. They generally sleep about 3, though I imagine 4 could cram in. There are also 8 person cabins, which are gender specific. So, if Charlie and John wanted to sleep with all the boys, then you could sleep in a tent or in the women's cabin. 

Pack Attendee Roster
Please let me know when you registered as I must keep a roster. Contact me if you have any questions. Lance Ginaven 206.851.4496

More About Camp
Located on a small lake amid thick forest, Camp Edward is the ideal spot for Cub Scouts and their leaders to experience Cub Scout camp at its best. Activities include boating and swimming, archery and BB gun ranges, crafts, nature hikes, advancements, campfires and more. Newly redesigned campsites feature new cabins, tents and central restroom facilities. The trading post offers souvenirs, snacks, drinks, supplies and Scout products.

It should be another great year at camp.  You kids will remember it forever.

Lance Ginaven
Camping Chair
Father of Web II Xavier

2016 Blue & Gold Banquet Feb. 29 6 pm

posted Feb 10, 2016, 1:31 PM by Webmaster Queen Anne Cub Scouts

It's Blue & Gold Banquet time at Queen Anne Cub Scouts Pack 7072.

The banquet starts at 6 pm on Monday, February 29.

             Please click here to sign up:  Blue and Gold Banquet 2016

We need an accurate count to know how much food to buy.  So, if you haven't already signed up at a den meeting, please sign up now.         

What is the Blue & Gold Banquet Tiger Families may ask.

It's a birthday celebration for the Boy Scouts of America, which were founded in February, 1910.  We're 106 years old.


Monday, Feb 29 

When:  6 – 8:00 pm

Who:  The Whole Family.

Location:  Bethany Presbyterian Church, Queen Anne

What: A celebration of Scouting and achievement. 

           Pasta dinner

           Achievements with awards 

           Skits by all the dens

            Summer Camp Overview

           Fun presentations by Boy Scout Troops 70 and 72

           Class A Uniforms, please.


TICKETS:  $5.00 donation requested. You can pay at the door. 

    Please click here to sign up now:  Blue and Gold Banquet 2016


MANY thanks to Julie, Mary Ellen and Abigail who are heading up the banquet:

            Julie Ross (Mom of Bear Cole Radan) 

            Mary Ellen Remplin (Mom of Web I Kevin Hedershott)

            Abigail Maxey (Mom of Tiger Liam Maxey)


More Volunteers Needed:

Please click on the VOLUNTEER check box in the sign up form to offer to help set up, serve or clean up on Monday, March 29.


We need more helpers to:

                        1. Clean up

                         2.  Work in the kitchen

                        3. Set up

                        4. Take tickets at the door

                        5. Serve


We hope to see you all at the Blue & Gold Banquet to celebrate Scouting.

                  click here to sign up:  Blue and Gold Banquet 2016

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