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September Pack Meeting

posted Sep 2, 2015, 4:26 PM by Angela Flannery   [ updated Sep 18, 2015, 10:35 AM ]

Our first pack-meeting for 2015-16 is scheduled for Saturday and as has been our custom for the September event, this will be a family-oriented welcome-back cookout to which friends and family are invited including friends of the scouts who may be interested in learning more about Cub Scouts. The main event of the evening will be an age-appropriate version of the "Tough Mudder" for adults. 

This activity is not just for the scouts. Siblings and friends are welcome to run the course, too.

Parents we need your help with food! The pack will provide hamburgers, hot dogs and water/bug juice. Webelos I & II please bring side dishes. Bears and Wolfs please bring dessert.  If you’re a new scout and would like to bring something to share, simply bring along a bag of chips.

In addition, the pack meeting will be followed by a campout. Keep in mind all ranks requirements (expect Tigers) now require camping. The pack will hold campouts in September (tent camping), October (tent camping), and November (cabin camping). If you wish your son to received rank advancement at the Blue & Gold Dinner in February, please plan to attend one of these fall campouts.

Date: Saturday, September 19

Time Change to 5:00p




Where: Crossing Community Church; 80 Lower Silver Lake Rd, Newtown, PA 18940

Agenda:

  • 4:00p to 5:00p Campers Arrive/ Set up
  • 5:00p Scouts and Families Arrive
  • 5:15p First Wave of Tough Cubber Begins
  • 5:30p Dinner will be severed
  • 6:30p Pack Meeting and Campfire
  • 7:30p Campout Begins (See below for camping info)
  • 10:00pm Lights Out
Wear
 - Helmet to wear on the course
 - Clothes and shoes that are OK to get dirty; The kids will get wet and dirty!
 - Class-B uniforms for activity
 - Long sweat pants
 - Extra layers: prepare for the temperatures to drop to the 50s-F.
 - Class-A uniforms are not needed
 
Bring
 - Chairs and/or blankets
 - Towels for drying off
 - Drinks for your family
 - Snacks, finger desserts or side dishes to share
 - Serving utensils for dishes that need them

Lastly, we're going to need some help from adult volunteers to run some of the stations or go through the course with the kids. If you are able to run a station, please see our cubmaster, Tony Gambescia, for instructions and a station assignment when you arrive.

Thanks. We are looking forward to seeing everyone again for another great year.  
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