Cub Scout Pack 1776

Amazing Pinewood Derby Cars

Looking for ideas for your pinewood derby car? Check out these amazing pinewood derby cars created by Boys' Life magazine readers. Get more, plus tips to make your car super-fast, at


Adventure Base 100 Visits San Diego

Learn about the harrowing experience the Silverwood family faced that put an Eagle Scout's first aid training to the test. And, see how the Adventure Base 100 campus is getting kids excited about joining Scouting!

Looks pretty cool, doesn't it? And YOU CAN BE PART OF IT! Stay tuned.


Adventure Base 100: First Stop Pasadena

Adventure Base 100 starts its nationwide tour in Pasadena, Calif. in conjunction with the 2010 Tournament of Roses Parade. Learn how Scouts Alex Krebs and Trevor Osaki are taking part in the big day and leaving a long-lasting impact by stewarding the environment in their communities.

Did the video leave you wanting for more??  Don't miss the photo album, and check out the Adventure Base 100 website for more information.


100 Years of Scouting in Videos

Wonder what Scouting was like in the last 100 years?  Check out this series of YouTube videos from


Camping New Brighton Video

Hi All,

Please see our Camping Video.

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Capitol March Video

You may have missed Capitol March in October, but don't miss the coverage by ABC News.  Check out this video.  Pay close attention especially when the counter goes to 00:11!  😀

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October Field Trip – Hawk Hill

Updated 2 (10/29/2009): Videos of this event posted HERE and HERE.
Updated 1 (10/26/2009): Pictures of this event can be found HERE.

Date: Sunday, October 25, 2009
Time: 11:45 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: Hawk Hill (Golden Gate Raptor Observatory 415-331-0730)

11:45am - 1:30pm: Hawk Talks and Banding Demonstration on Hawk Hill

A Golden Gate Raptor Observatory volunteer gives an hour-long talk about hawk migration, identification, and monitoring, complete with bird photos and examples of wings, tails, and talons. Then at 1pm, a newly banded hawk is brought up and shown to the crowd. A banding volunteer talks about GGRO’s banding program, and the hawk is released in front of the crowd.

1:30pm - 3:00pm Fort Cronkhite at Rodeo beach

After the Hawk release, about 1:30, we'll take a very short drive to the Fort Cronkhite.

We are going to meet at the parking lot at the end of Mitchell road. We will do about 1.5 mile hike around the Rodeo Lagoon. The hiking trail is rocky dirt, so it is NOT stroller accessible.

On your own after the hike, you may visit Golden Gate Raptor Observatory Open House event at Fort Cronkhite until 4:00pm. There will be Scientific Displays, Radio-telemetry Demonstrations, Kid Crafts and Activities, GGRO 25th Anniversary Product Sales.

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From 101 south - Cross the Golden Gate Bridge and take the second exit Alexander Avenue. Get in the left lane following signs that read "101 San Francisco". Turn left at the stop sign and cross under the freeway. Turn right onto Conzelman Road and drive 1.8 miles to Hawk Hill. Park alongside the road before it becomes one way and then walk up the west side of Hawk Hill past the locked gate. It's just a few hundred feet to the summit.

From 101 north - After going through the Waldo Tunnel, take the last Sausalito exit to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (the signs read Golden Gate National Recreation Area/Sausalito). Stay to the left. Turn left at the stop sign then right up the hill onto Conzelman Road. Stay on Conzelman Road for 1.8 miles. You will see a sign for Hawk Hill.[/stextbox]

[stextbox id="alert" caption="Alert" float="true" align="center"]There are NO food or beverage vendors in the Marin Headlands. You are advised to bring a picnic lunch and anything else you may need! There are many cafes and restaurants in Sausalito - not a long distance away, but with weekend traffic and tourism it could take up to 30 minutes to travel one way.[/stextbox] [stextbox id="warning" caption="Weather Advisory" float="true" align="center"]The weather is unpredictable so please dress in layers. Click here for current weather observations.[/stextbox]