Coming on July 26 What:
Downhill side by side racing in cars that our own Cub Scouts and Pack parents built! The cars are awesome!! Where:
Derby track near Woodland Park picnic area on N. 50th St. and west of the Lower Woodland baseball field.Who:
Bring your parents, siblings and a friend to come cheer you on!What to Bring:
Bicycle helmet(!), water bottle & sun screen. Wear your Pack t-shirt and closed toe shoes.
- Come make s'mores together! Eat lunch with other scout families! Hot dogs and chips will be sold.
- Very cool awards! Trophies and medals for top finishers.
- Fun, fun, fun! ... an event NOT to be missed!
The Soap Box Derby is a racing event that has been run nationally since 1934. The Soap Box Derby grew out of a photographic assignment of a Dayton, Ohio newsman who covered a race of boy-built cars in his home community and was so impressed with this event that he acquired a copyright for the idea and began development of a similar program on a national scale. The first All-American race was held in Dayton in 1934 and each year since kids throughout the United States have built and raced Soap Box Derby cars in their home communities.
QA Cub Scouts has a Pack racing event annually at the Soapbox Derby track in Woodland Park. The Pack has a set of six Soap Box derby cars, including two newly-built models with car-like steering and brakes that several of our Webelos scout families constructed.