Troop 151

Scouting in (and out) of Seattle

Pumpkin sales in full swing!

October 18, 2017 By: Kevin Category: Announcement, Events

We’re selling pumpkins again at the stand at 35th and 80th NE. Stop in, support the troop, and get some great pumpkins. See pics in our post below.

New Location for Troop 151 Tree Lot

November 22, 2015 By: Kevin Category: Announcement

Troop 151 will be selling Hunter Farms trees from the St. Catherine’s Tree lot this year.

Please find us at
St. Catherine’s Parish & School
8524 8th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

Download and print flyers to post for us!

Still the same great trees, from the same great Troop! Thanks for your Support!

For a bit more info, you can see the article that Maple Leaf Life wrote below:

Wanted: Local home for Scout Christmas tree lot

Local Boy Scout Troop 151 has been selling Christmas trees for the past 34 years from the parking lot of the Safeway at Roosevelt Way Northeast and Northeast 75th Street.

That’s not working this year, writes Bob Brotherson, Scoutmaster.


Come buy some pumpkins – last chance Fri & Sat (30 & 31)

October 27, 2015 By: Kevin Category: Uncategorized

We’re selling out fast!

Pumpkin Lot Video

Court of Honor

October 27, 2015 By: Kevin Category: Uncategorized

Our troop again did well in the competitions at Camp Parsons.  Everyone earned new badges and several scouts have attained their next rank.


Youth Protection Training

October 12, 2015 By: Kevin Category: Announcement, BSA News

It’s that time of year again. All volunteers with the troop need to complete the BSA Youth Protection Training and provide a certificate indicating that they have attended and passed this training so that our charter can be renewed.

Clear instructions on how to create an account and take the training online.


Check out the Parsons Dining Hall Construction Progress!

January 13, 2015 By: Kevin Category: BSA News


Progress continues on the new dining hall at Camp Parsons with crews working through the cold and wet weather. The heavy timber trusses are now in place and the roof panels are going up. It won’t be long until the building is fully enclosed, allowing interior work to commence. Check the web camera for up to the second progress on this project by clicking here.

Pumpkins Sales

October 11, 2014 By: Kevin Category: Announcement

Troop 151 will be selling pumpkins at the Hunter’s tree lot located at 7744 35th Ave NE Seattle during the month of October. We have a wide variety of pumpkins and gourds ranging in price from $2 to $35. Open Fridays 4pm-8pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. These pumpkins were fresh cut by Boy Scouts on their campout last week.








Don’t miss our summer activities!

July 01, 2014 By: Kevin Category: Uncategorized

Family Camp –  Washington Park

July 11th – 13th

City of Anacortes
Washington Park
6300 Sunset Avenue/P.O. Box 547
Anacortes, WA 98221

Campsites are paid for, each family provides their own food and camping gear. If you need camping gear, the troop can lend you what you need.
If you are planning on attending we will be there Friday Morning. See you there! Scouts if you families can’t attend and you would like to contact Bob.
He will find you a family.

Camp Parson

July 20th – 26

We will Meet at St Catherine’s Parking Lot at 7:15 AM Sunday July 20th.

List of what to bring to Camp is here:


Bring Medical Form with you and turn it in on Sunday.

Spending money, All spending money should be in and envelope with you name on it.
Small bills work best, and Please no more than 25.00 per scout. The Troop Keeps all money locked up.

Any Medication must be in a Plastic Zip Lock Bag with the Scouts name and instructions. The Troop
Must keep medications locked up.

The following items are not allowed at Camp Parsons, Scouts with these items will be sent home with no refund!

Cell Phones
Personal fire arms
Ipods, Ipads, DVD Players, any person electronics items

I still need drivers both to camp and returning. If you can drive please let Bob know which day you can drive.

Summer Trio – Bike, Hike and Drive

Aug. 10th – 16th

If you are planning on attending this Trip please let Bob know as soon as possible. We are making the plans and
Need final numbers. The cut off for this trip is July 10th – after that the trip is closed.

Also, If there is a parent that would like to attend this trip please let Bob know we need a couple of drivers. We have some parents
Who are willing to split the week, Let Bob know as soon as you can.

Leadership Retreat – Cook’s Family Cabin

Aug 22nd – 24th

This is the planning and training for the Following positions: Jr Assistant Scoutmaster, Sr. Patrol leader, Assist. Sr. Patrol Leader, and Patrol Leaders.
Details will be sent to those Scouts.

If you have any questions please email Bob directly.

More Cub Scout and Boy Scout Merit Badge opportunities in Seattle

April 07, 2014 By: Kevin Category: Events, Merit Badge

Here are some great opportunities for Seattle Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts to get some of your merit badge requirements met right here in the city.  These opportunities change or are only available annually, to be sure to check their websites or contacts for updated details.

  1. Inventing : over 500 tech geeks garage tinkerers and inventors were at the Mini Maker Faire at the EMP march 22 & 23…you can complete req 1,2,4,6a,8 and 9 while attending and be inspired to invent!  Make sure you look ahead for next year…
  2. Golf: Interbay Golf is said to free lessons for your swing.  Be sure to call ahead for details: 206-285-2200.
  3. Seattle public libraries Edible Garden Series classes in gardening and beekeeping started April 5th (10am-3pm).  Also, visit the downtown branch genealogy library for all the historical research resources you need.
  4. Woodcarving craft school at the Nordic Heritage Museum.  March & April Saturdays  9a-3:30p.
  5. The Gage Art Academy has youth classes and summer workshops.  They also offer free art studio time and materials on Fridays (and on Saturdays at the 2100 Building in Rainier Valley).


Aviation Merit Badge Opportunities

April 07, 2014 By: Kevin Category: Events, Merit Badge

Alaska Airlines Scout Aviation Day – Saturday May 10

Please note that the annual Alaska Airlines Scout Aviation Day will occur on Saturday May 10. This program will allow scouts to earn their Aviation Merit Badge and board and tour commercial jets. This is an outstanding event.

Registration is at the following link:
Scout Aviation Day – Registration

Flying Heritage Collection – Skyfair Day Saturday July 26

Based on our successful training session at the Flying Heritage Collection in Everett, they have extended an invitation to the scout community to assist with their Skyfair Day on July 26th.

This will be their first year ever for SkyFair and will be an Everett Community event as well as a world-wide aviation event. Flying Heritage Collection will host several other planes from museums around the country, including Seattle’s own Museum of Flight and the Historic Flight Foundation.

Together, they will be flying over 10 vintage warbirds as well as operating and firing their WWII tanks and ground warfare artifacts. FHC will host guests from 10-5pm and offer food and vendor tents as well as a full day of educational and kids area events.

Roles that scouts can participate in include:

Checking hand stamps
Passing out flyers
Info tent (answering questions)
Setting up fences/ropes/chairs
Taking down fences/ropes/chairs
Interested scouts, parents, and leaders can contact [email protected] for more information. This activity will support the Aviation Merit Badge.