Serving Auburn

The Scouts of Troop 401 strive to live by the Boy Scouts of America
Slogan Do a Good Turn Daily.  Some Good Turns are big, others are small, thoughtful acts.  Listed below are some of the ways the Scouts of Troop 401 have given service to the City of Auburn and the surrounding area.

Cleaning up Mill Pond Park in preparation for the fishing season, including cutting back blackberries, raking, and picking up garbage to allow for easier access to the pond's edge.

Planting of hundreds of trees at the Fenster Property (Eagle Project managed by Dalton Bair)

Assisting with Christmas Decorations at Wesley Homes in Auburn
Seating Veterans and Dignitaries at the Auburn Veteran's Day Parade

Presenting the Colors and performing POW/MIA Remembrance Ceremony at the Lakeland Hills Community Center.
Fencing and gate installation and weeding at Auburn Valley Humane Society (Eagle Project managed by Joseph Cushing)
Table and bench assembly, spreading bark at new Lea Hill Park (Eagle Project managed by Tyler Cushing)
Stuff bags and haul water for National Night Out in Auburn

Pocket Flag Project at Foundation House in Federal Way
Clearing blackberry bushes, construction of a culvert and building a fire pit at Family of Grace Lutheran Church in Auburn (Eagle Project managed by Conner Whitlock)
Building a school bus shelter that accommodates three neighborhoods in Auburn. (Eagle Project managed by Hunter Whitlock)
Color Guard Presentation for Memorial Day of Remembrance at Mountain View Cemetery in Auburn
Grooming Military Graves at Mountain View Cemetery in Auburn
(Eagle Project managed by Austin Bastrom)
Scouting for Food Drive, collecting food for The Auburn Food Bank
Spreading bark at First United Methodist Church in Auburn
Dedication of Auburn Game Farm flagpole project.  Read about it in the Mayor's Update

Spreading bark and planting trees for the dedication of the play area at Les Gove Park.