Welcome back to what will be another great year of scouting! The Fall season will be lots of fun for all our new and returning boys as well as our new Tigers and Lions.
Our Summer Program was lots of fun....
The Pack camped in June at the Vernon Camporee...they got to go for a hike on the Appalachian Trail, tryout the Zip Line, try their hand at Totem Pole Carving, BB Guns, and Archery...as well as did a great skit at the evenings fire.
We did a Family Camp Out in July at Swartswood Lake...the boys go to build and launch Water Bottle Rockets and play games.
In August we did our Splash Party at Lake Neepaulin. Everyone had fun swimming, playing games, and eating!
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Cub Family Campout is for the whole family. If you want to take your scout's siblings, then talk to Cubmaster Steve. We will be more than happy to accomodate your whole family.
A full Cub Scout uniform is required for Cub Family Campout. Sturdy shoes that are suitable for hiking will be useful. The following is a list of equipment that will be useful on the campout.
Tent with poles and stakes (if you do not have a tent, ask Cubmaster Steve. He can provide you with one.
Waterproof ground cloth or plastic sheet
Sleeping bag, pillow, air mattress or pad
Mesh bag or spare bag for clothes if they get wet.
Cub Scout uniform
Poncho or raincoat
Warm jacket or coat (October can get cold, and windy so a heavy coat is recommended as well)
Pajamas or sweatshirt, sweatpants
Durable shoes, shoe laces
Hat or cap
Extra socks, shoes, other extra clothing
Lawn chairs or fold up chairs
Cooler or ice chest with drinks of your choice, water, and snacks. If your Scout is a picky eater, then bring foods that your scout will like. Snacks must be stored in cars due to Bears.
Toothpaste, toothbrush, comb
Soap in container
Toilet paper (extra toilet paper comes in handy for all sorts of things)
First aid kit (the pack will have one, but a small bag with a few bandaids, and ointment never hurts)
Water bottle or Canteen (required)
Flashlight, or lantern, bulb, batteries
Notebook and pencil
Glow Sticks and/or bracelets are a Scout's favorite nightime toy. They are also good for marking tent stakes and lines so they do not get tripped over, and make good nightlights for the nervous scout.
Hot Hands are a welcome item in the mornings and at campfire. Just put a hot hands in your scouts pockets and it makes a world of difference.
Note: Due to Bears and Wildlife in the area, all smell-ables like toothpaste, deodorants, some soaps need to be stored in your car with snacks and food. The Bears will try to come into your tent to investigate smells. So, to be on the safe side please abide by this request.
If you have a cart of some kind like the Radio Flyer type Wagon or a Wonder Wheeler Beach Cart you may want to bring it to help transport your stuff to the campsite. The site is a couple hundred feet up a rocky trail. It is not steep or that far, but it will make it easier for you to take your stuff to the site. Otherwise, that is what the Scouts are for right??