Join us at 7pm for a movie on Friday March 23rd at 7:00pm. We’ll provide drinks and snacks. Bring a blanket or sleeping bag to sit on. Siblings are welcome.
Fun at the December Pack Meeting with Wildlife Adventures.
Hello Scouting Families,
Here’s what the pack has on the calendar for winter:
Pinewood Derby - January 28th
Weigh in options: Tuesday, January 24 7pm-8pm at room 208 at LCGS or
Friday, January 27th, 7pm-8:30pm in the Celebration hall at LCGS.
The schedule for race day (Jan 28th) is as follows:
Tigers - arrive at 8:30, race at 9:00
Wolves - arrive at 9:30, race at 10:00
Bears - arrive at 10:30, race at 11:00
Jr Web - arrive at 11:30, race at noon
Sr Web - arrive at 12:30, race at 1:00
Championship - winners from each rank arrive at 1:00, race at 1:30
The pack is looking for baked good donations for the concession stand. Please bring donations (preferably packed suitable for individual sales) to the Friday weigh-in. Baked goods no not have to be store bought, home made goods are welcome.
We are looking for volunteers to help set up the track on Friday night and to take down the track on Saturday afternoon. If you can help, please contact Marty Flanagan at email@example.com.
Ice Skating at Ice World in Abingdon- Saturday, February 4th 5:45pm-7:45pm
The cost is $6:00 to skate and $3 to rent skates. We can’t take credit cards so please bring cash or a check made out to Pack 807. We are opening the event to friends and families, so feel free to bring siblings, cousins, or friends. Check in at our pack table outside the rink.
Blue & Gold Banquet - Sunday, February 19th, 3pm-6pm at the Richlin Ballroom
This is our annual banquet where all the boys receive their rank badges and the Sr. Webelos receive their arrow of light award and “graduate”. There will be a buffet dinner, sundae bar, skits, games and crafts for the kids.
Tickets for the event are $17 per adults (11 years old and older) and $11.00 for children 10 and under. The pack pays for the cost of all cub scouts.Tickets will be on sale at the Pinewood Derby.
There are a few other events not organized by the Pack that you might be interested in.
Baltimore Area Council is sponsoring a night at the Baltimore Blast. It is on January 28th. As it is the same day as the Pinewood Derby, we have decided not to organize it as a pack, but families and dens are free to order tickets and go on their own. (flyer - https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B30OadPu-bQhZmU4YzFkNDAtYWM0OS00NzhlLWExZDQtMGUxZGE2NGZiYThj )
Belt Loop Bonanza with Troop 810 - March 24th
One of the local boy scout troops organizes a belt loop bonanza where tigers, wolves and bears can earn belt loops and webelos can earn activity badges. We had some boys from the pack attended last year and they said is was a great, well organized and well run event and the boys had a great time. (flyer - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PtIdhAM37nziPUSCGLoViw6wUoQz5exVbvwhHW8zm8U/edit?hl=en_US )
And finally, the pack is always looking for volunteers to help out with planning and executing our events. Family camp is coming up in May. The two families that organized the event the last two years will be graduating out of the pack at Blue and Gold, so we will need some new volunteers to help out with family camp. If you would like to help out with any event, please to to your den leader or contact Cubmaster Perry (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This month’s pack meeting is Wednesday, Nov 16th at 7pm in LCGS’s
Celebration Hall. Please have the boys wear their Class A’s for the
meeting. We will have the Bobcat Ceremony for all the new scouts who
completed the Bobcat requirements (we are getting the badges on Monday, so
den leaders and new parents please try to get the requirements completed
and entered into Scouttrack by Sunday evening). Everyone will be making
cards to send to troops in Afghanistan. To show their graditude to the
troops, we are asking the boys to dip into their personal trick-or-treat
stash and bring a few pieces of candy to send with the cards (no chocolate
or anything that might melt). We will end with an archery demonstration.
We are looking for volunteers to help out with this years Pinewood Derby
and Blue and Gold Banquet.
- Pinewood Derby volunteers help create driver’s licenses and T-shirts,
sponsors, serve as judge on race day, work concessions on the day of the
race. If you’d like to help, please contact Marty Flanagan at
- Blue and Gold Banquet volunteers design the program, menu, decorationsand give-aways for the B&G banquet. They prepares and sells tickets, tracks
ticket sales and arranges table assignments. Contact
email@example.com you want to help with Blue and Gold.
Join us for a pack picnic at Harford Glen on Saturday, Oct 15 from 1pm-3pm. Here’s the schedule (all times are approximate):
1pm-2pm - Hiking or fishing on your own or with your den
2pm-2:30pm - Field games/races
2:30-3:30 - Bottle Rocket
3:30-end - Hot Dogs and drinks
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with number of children and adults.
Our annual bonfire is at the fields of Mt. Christian at 7:00pm. We will have skits, a flag retirement ceremony and free smores.
We hope to see you at our first pack meeting on Wednesday 21 at 7:00pm. To celebrate the start of a new scout year, we arranged for a magician perform some great tricks for us.
For new families, we meet at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 1515 Emmorton Road. We are in the Celebration Hall in the back of the Church. For more information on the pack, please contact our cubmaster Perry Schnuck at email@example.com
We put together a handy flyer that contains a calendar for the pack’s scouting year from September through May. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Rm54I5Vw6xAfVILjBCfjxV2TEio9PT61-bBSOyZTDnY/edit?hl=en_US