Wednesday, June 4, 2014


Cub Scouts is a year-round program and our Pack makes the most of each summer to bring opportunities for our Scouts to stay engaged and involved all year long!

We will be utilizing the e-vite system to track RSVP's for these events.  This helps the adult coordinators know which Scouts to expect so that no one is left behind.  Please be sure you are RSVPing -- even if it is a "no" -- so that we know you received the e-vite.  The courtesy of a reply is greatly appreciated.  

Please understand that many of these programs we are putting on require not only a minimum number of participants, but also a deposit --which we cover.  If you RSVP and are not able to attend, you will still need to pay your portion as it likely has already been covered by the Pack.  Thank you for your understanding.

Pack 1910 Summer Program 2014:

7:  Did you make it to the Star Party?  Be sure to let your den leader know {FREE}
9-12:  Day Camp.  It's not too late to register.  See this post for more information. 
22:  How to Train Your Dragon 2.  $14.50 per person includes movies, drink and popcorn.  Evite can be found here.  
26:  Field trip to the Bureau of Printing and engraving.  Evite here.  {FREE}

Did your scout register for Day Camp?  If so, they're on their way to earning the Outdoor Activity Award.  Read all about the requirements for this awesome award here. Talk to your den leader about steps required to earn this award. 

5:  Star Party {FREE}
11-12: Lock-in at the Summit Climbing Gym.  Evite can be found here.  $32.50 per person  Siblings, friends and family welcome.  
28:  Grapevine Aquarium (this event is still being coordinated...stay tuned)

2:  Kingsnake show and climbing wall at the Basswood Activity Center.  This evite can be found here{FREE}
23:  Annual Raingutter Regatta, pizza party and ice cream back to school bash at the Hidden Lakes Clubhouse, 2700 Bear Creek Parkway. {$5 per person}

...that by joining us for just one event a month, your scout is eligible for the National Summertime Achievement Award?  These are rank specific, color-coordinated very cool special pins to place on their uniform to show off their involvement.

If enough of his den participates, they will earn the Summertime Award for their DEN!  And, collectively, if enough of our Scouts participate all summer long, our PACK earns the National Summertime Pack Award!  How cool is THAT?  Awards will be presented at the Scout level during the September Pack meeting.  

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