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"I don't know if you've already gotten ahold of Geoffrey McGrath (firstname.lastname@example.org). He is the scoutmaster of the South Seattle based 98th Rainier BPSA group. If you haven't yet gotten connected, maybe you could…"
"Hi Adrian, I was part of a BPSA group near the Portland area, and we just moved to Seattle. Are you in Northern Seattle, by chance? Maybe we could start another group. I'm not interested in being a scoutmaster, but would be a rover in a new…"
Hello,I'm looking for more information about getting involved. 1 pair of adults and 3 children looking to join an existing group to learn the roaps and get trained. My background includes some achievements as a youth in the BSA, US Army veteran, and a lifetime of family outdoor activity. We are a co-ed bunch that didn't fit the BSA mold so I'm glad to find BPSA! :) Thank you,AdrianSee More
Are you a member of a current BPSA group? If so, which?
Brand new to BPSA but with some experience in the BSA and US Army to rely on. I chose BPSA so that my partner and our kids could experience Scouting as a family; although I am interested in getting out for some Rover activities without kids as well when the opportunity arises. And of course there is the primary mission of bringing inclusive scouting to North Seattle neighborhoods.
Are you interested in starting a new BPSA group?
74th North Sounders!
Any previous scouting background?
Life Scout in the BSA, met the requirements for Eagle but did not complete my project :(
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"Wonderful display! Thanks for sharing, everyone.
Here is round one of Jane Pathfinder, still a work in progress.... she will have achieved not only her George Washington, but also the Bushman's thong...just a rough draft."
"No matter how you do it, making one of these goes a LONG way to showing prospective parents that we are a serious scouting organization. Set one of these up at a back-to-school event or picnic and have a signup sheet next to it. Then, afterward,…"