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1 Cub Scout Pack 104 Arlington, VA

2 Pack 104 serves the Clarendon, Courthouse, Ashton Heights, Lyon Park, Penrose & Arlington Heights neighborhoods Our scouts attend Key, Long Branch, Patrick Henry, & St. Charles elementary schools We are hosted by the Clarendon United Methodist Church We are the longest-serving pack in Arlington (since 1937)

3 What can young boys learn from scouting?

4 Packs are divided into dens by grade:
Tiger den: 1st Grade Wolf den: 2nd Grade Bear den: 3rd Grade Webelos dens: 4th and 5th Grade Dens typically get together twice a month for advancement and other fun/educational activities The pack holds meetings ~10 times a year for advancement, recognition, and other business

5 We go camping…

6 We serve our community…
Every year Pack 104 joins with Boy Scout Troop 104 to collect canned food for donation to local charities. This past November, 2,578 lbs of canned food were collected. Four times a year, Pack 104 picks up litter on Irving St. around the Clarendon United Methodist Church. Dens have also cleaned the grounds of our elementary schools

7 We learn about teamwork, sportsmanship, and healthy, fun competition…
The annual Pinewood Derby is every pack’s most exciting project, with kids (and sometimes parents) building and racing cars for pack bragging rights and a chance to compete at the District level

8 We learn about our community, history, and public service…

9 We play and learn at the same time…

10 We have year-round activities to keep our scouts continually engaged
Week-long camping, Goshen, VA Two-night Resident camp, Camp Snyder Hikes Potomac Nationals Scout Night & overnight camping Bike Rodeo Scouts Day, Nationals Park Fall Campout, Camp Snyder Bonfire, Lacey Woods Park Scouting for Food Movie Night Pinewood Derby Blue & Gold Banquet Spring Campout Adopt-a-Street project Ice Cream Social

11 Have fun, make friends, see new things

12 2012 Summer Activities Activity Date(s) Adopt-a-Street Service Project
June 9 Ice Cream Social June 14 Goshen, VA for rising & current Webelos July 1-7 Hike TBD Potomac Nationals Scout Night & overnight camping July 21 Resident Camp Snyder, Haymarket, VA July 20-22 Raingutter Regatta August 10-12 Bike Rodeo August 25

13 Parents, join in the fun & give back

14 Visit our website: Find out more information by talking to one of our leaders or sending an to: Join by filling out an application for your child or for yourself as a volunteer

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