Every pack meeting follows a specific theme. Besides this theme, our pack traditionally enjoys a field trip for the October meeting and during December, we celebrate Christmas with a gift exchange. February is reserved for the Blue & Gold Banquet, which is generally a pot luck affair. We hold a pinewood derby during March and our finale is a pack family Wacky Olympics in the final week of school.
Every pack meeting follows a specific theme. Besides this theme, our pack traditionally enjoys camp in the summer; the “scouting for food” can drive in the fall, and supports a holiday charity during end of the calendar year. February is reserved for the Blue & Gold Banquet, which is generally a pot luck affair. A reforestation project, and clothes drive for Goodwill Industries are reserved for early spring. In April, we hold a pinewood derby, and our finale is a pack family Wacky Olympics and ice cream social during the closing week(s) of the school year.
Our pack is led by a Cubmaster and an Assistant Cubmaster, and each den has one leader and at least one assistant leader. These persons and other volunteers comprise the pack committee whose purpose is to guide the pack and prepare for pack meetings. Parents are encouraged to participate in any of these positions. Cub Scouting is a family involvement endeavor, and by volunteering to help out at a pack meeting or in another position, you reinforce your belief in and support of your own child as well as the Boy Scouts of America organization.
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