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SCOUTING IS ADVENTURE, FAMILY, FUN, CHARACTER, LEADERSHIP AND SO MUCH MORE.
In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.
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- 1st Place: Andrew Schaefer
- 2nd Place: Jack Morgan
- 3rd Place: Greyson Scaccia
- 4th Place: Paul Maricevic
- 5th Place: Nolan Murray
PINE WOOD DERBY 2019 RESULTS Tigers:3rd Place - Josh Goldberg2nd Place - Jack Goldberg1st Place - Noah Schwartz
Wolves:3rd Place - Jacob Tizol2nd Place - Ryan Parzych1st Place - Sean Conroy
Bears:3rd Place - Jake Reimann2nd Place - Bryan Commisso1st Place - Xander Kineiko
Webelos:3rd Place - Liam Scheide 2nd Place - Mitchell Saffer1st Place - Alex Desjardins
Arrow of Light:3rd Place - Jack Giue2nd Place - Brayden Holtz1st Place - Nicholas Cianciola
The Intrepid trip is an overnight on the USS Intrepid Saturday April 13th into Sunday April 14th. Youth age limitations are 6-17 years old. Activities are Intrepid Story movie, Kamikaze experience, Guided tours, XD Theater rides, Inflatable Planetarium, Space Shuttle Pavilion, Flight Deck, Hands-on activities.
- Cots, Dinner, Snacks and Breakfast, a gift and a voucher for admittance to the museum
- Sleeping bag and or blankets, Pillow, Flashlight, Pajamas, Toothbrush/toiletries
- Cost: $100 per person (Adult or Child)(check payable to Pack 329) I know its a little steep, but they will remember this the rest of their lives.
How often can a kid say...... I slept on a famous Aircraft Carrier.
OUR BLUE AND GOLD is FEB 24th
Please check the calendar for details
Blue and Gold
If you’ve heard stories of aptly colorful Cub Scout banquets and never really understood what all the buzz was about, this post is for you. So what is a blue and gold banquet? Here’s what Scouting.org has to say:
Most Cub Scouts celebrate Scouting Anniversary Week in February with a “birthday party” called the blue and gold banquet… It brings families together for an evening of fun and cheer. It’s often the pack meeting for February.
Blue and gold banquets are a tradition within packs, celebrating the leaders and parents who volunteer to make Cub Scouting fantastic. Sometimes former pack members return to blue and gold banquets. Often special Scouting or community leaders are invited to attend or speak to Cub Scouts in attendance. Some packs also use the banquet as a chance to celebrate the accomplishments of Scouts, themselves.
A pack meeting can be used to host a blue and gold banquet. But sometimes the banquet is a separate event.
One misconception is that blue and gold banquets are intended to celebrate the Boy Scouts of America’s birthday (Feb. 8). And while the BSA’s birthday may be an additional reason to host the banquet, the theme of the day is celebrating the pack’s anniversary and everyone involved in making Scouting possible for members of the pack.
There’s no lack of clarity on this, however: blue and gold banquets, from small to large, bring on creative decor, exciting entertainment, and delicious food. The months of planning that go into a successful blue and gold banquet are the perfect time to scour Pinterest and Instagram for kids’ party inspiration.