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- November Pack Meeting - Slides
- October Pack Meeting - Slides
- Activity Highlights - Click Here
- 2015~2016 Photo Slide Show - Click Here
- Spring Campout - Photos on Facebook
- Pack Service Project - Photos on Facebook
- Bears: Carnival Prep - Photos on Facebook
New Year's Pack Hike - January 2nd:
What better way to start off the New Year than with some outdoor exercise? We're planning a hike the morning of January 2nd. We will hike the Mormon trail at South Mountain at 9AM. Click here for more details.
Pinewood Derby Building Session January 8th:
Cubmaster Doug is inviting all scouts to a building session at his house from 2-4PM. It's a good opportunity to cut out your cars, drill axle holes, and learn tips from the leaders. Click here for a map.
Snedigar Park Cleanup January 15th:
The Wolves are planning a service project to help pick up debris at Snedigar Park. All Dens will be invited to join them. They are meeting near the skate park at 11AM. Bring some gloves and your class B uniforms.
Pack Meeting January 23rd:
Everyone gets a break in December to enjoy the holidays, but we get busy with the New Year. You'll want to start your Pinewood Derby cars in January and final information about the race will be shared in the January Pack meeting. Then, we go right into Scouting for Food!
Pinewood Derby January 27th-28th:
All scout cars will need to complete weigh-in the evening of January 27th. After weigh-in we will have the family race. The pack holds the scout cars over night and the scout races begin the afternoon of the 28th. Check out the pictures from last year to see how much fun the scouts have at this event!
Scouting for Food January 28th - February 4th:Scouting for Food is an annual nationwide service activity for the Cub Scouts. Each year they collect thousands of pounds of food to donate to local food shelters to assist those in need.
The best part is that it only takes a moderate amount of effort from the Cub Scouts. They will assemble paper bags with instructions at the January Pack Meeting. Then, each Den leader will pick a date and time on or after January 28th to walk around a neighborhood and distribute the bags on the door step. Finally, all the Dens will drive around the neighborhood on February 4th to pick up the bags that were filled with food.
We are always looking for adult volunteers to help make Pack activities fun for the kids. Please speak up if you have an idea and/ or abilities to help out. We also encourage parents to join the committee meetings where they can learn about more opportunities to help out.
Talk to your Den Leader if you are interested in volunteering or helping out in any way!
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The mission of the Boy Scouts of America...
to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.