Presentation on theme: "Pack 95 2012 Program Calendar. Purpose It is the intent of the pack leadership to provide the parents and scouts of Pack 95 an overview and discussion."— Presentation transcript:
Pack Program Calendar
Purpose It is the intent of the pack leadership to provide the parents and scouts of Pack 95 an overview and discussion of the this year’s outing and pack schedule for family vacations and extracurricular school activity planning; while still maintaining an effective scout program that provides a fun learning environment and that enables each cub scout to progress in the scouting program.
Pack Meetings & Outings Pack Meetings - Provide Direction & Purpose - Enable Award Ceremonies - Fun - Coordination of Pack Outings - Provide Educational Programs
Pack Meeting Schedule January - Game Night Pack Plan - Leave No Trace February - Blue & Gold Banquet - Cake Auction - Pinewood Derby Car Issue
Pack Meeting Schedule March - Pinewood Derby - Science Center April - Reptile Man - Emergency Prep Brief - Franklin Falls Brief
Pack Meeting Schedule May - Boy Scout Camperee - Emergency Kit Show & Tell - Memorial Day Flag Planting Brief June - Crossover - Fire Mountain Brief - Outing Box Show & Tell
Pack Meeting Schedule September - New Scout Orientation - Pack Hike at Tambark Park October - Police K9 Brief - Space Derby Brief
Pack Meeting Schedule November - Veterans Day Activities Ceremony - Bobcat Ceremony December - No Pack Meeting
Outings Pack Outings are strongly encouraged by the BSA as they provide a venue and vehicle for scout achievement, social interaction and team building activities. Pack Outings are also FUN! Pack Outings also provide fun activities that parents can participate as well.
Outings for 2012 Lynnwood Pool Globe Trotters at Comcast Arena Snow Tubing at Snoqualmie Pass Science Center Overnight with the Dinosaurs Franklin Falls Hike Memorial Day Flag Planting Freedom Cerebration Fire Mountain Summer Day Camp & Resident Camp Pinewood & Space Derby
Harlem Globe Trotters at Comcast
ULTIMATE SCIENCE CHALLENGE CAMP-IN Experience an evening packed with scientific challenges. Are you up to the challenge? · Balloon Car Race Challenge. · Seasons Planetarium Challenge. · Ice Under Fire - Live Science Show. · Puzzle Palooza Featuring Groovik's Cube Exhibition · Minute to Win It Science Challenges throughout the exhibits. · IMAX® films and laser light shows. Cost: $50 per person. Times: 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 a.m. Who: families, schools, youth groups.
Snow Tubing at Snoqualmie Pass Sunday, February 26 th at 1pm - ½ Off for scouts - Family Event - Winter Segment
Franklin Falls Hike April 28th - Free - Family Event - Leave No Trace Service Project
Fire Mountain June 15 th – 17th - Free Pack Event - Fishing & Hiking - Outdoor Segments
Outings for 2013 Camp Kasey Lake Wenatchee Dungeness Spit Ape Caves Mt Saint Helens Trail of Destruction Or….
Volunteer Parental Input and Volunteers are ALWAYS encouraged to bring fresh ideas, resources and guidance in order to keep the program fresh, focused and above all Fun! Feel free to contact any member of the pack leadership regarding ideas and thoughts to help improve the pack and its program. Volunteer!