Category Archives: Meetings

Den Meetings at 6:30 TONIGHT!

pack-meeting         Cub Scout Quick Q&A

PACK 1863

Den Meeting Night

April 19

6:30-7:30

 

Advertisements

Pack Meeting Tuesday (April 3)

imageOur April Pack Meeting is Tuesday April 2 starting at 7 p.m.

April – Loyal

A scout is loyal to his Family, his friends, his Pack or his team. What does it mean to be Loyal? Part of being loyal, means that you support the people who count on you. What are some ways that you can support others and show that you are a loyal scout?

 

Den Meetings Tuesday Night

Pinewood Derby:Thank-You-PNG

Congratulations to all of our racers this Saturday! We had a fantastic time at the Pinewood Derby. THANK YOU to all those who supported the Pack by volunteering your time and donations that made this event such a success. This is our most time intensive activity for the Pack and we truly appreciate all the help it takes to make it a memorable race for the kids.

Den Meetings:Cub Scout Quick Q&A

Tuesday, Jan 23

6:30-7:30pm

January Events

Happy New Year Scouts!

Our upcoming Events Calendar:

Jan 9         7 pm               Pack Meeting

Jan 13       2-5 pm            Wheels and Weights Clinic (bring your own weights)

Jan 19       6:30-8 pm       Pinewood Derby Registration Night

Jan 20       10 am              RACE DAY!!

Jan 23        6:30 pm         Den Meetings

 

 

November 2 Pack Meeting

pack-meetingNovember

A Scout is Reverent


CUBS GIVE THANKS

A SCOUT IS REVERENT. HOW DOES “CUBS GIVE THANKS” RELATE TO THIS POINT OF THE SCOUT LAW?

During this time of the year, we give thanks for the bounty we have received. Giving thanks is an expression of our inner strength and confidence based on our trust in a higher power.032e27c1-6b5d-4f2b-8332-6e3205df4f0c


Our Pack meeting will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 2nd.


Scouting For Food

November 4- Bag and Flyer Hand Outs in the Neighborhood.

(meet at GBE at 8:45 a.m.)

November 11- Donation Collections

(meet at GBE at 8:45 a.m.)


Every Year Pack 1863 is a proud supporter of Scouting for Food. This event happens the first two Saturdays in November. We join other local Packs, Girl Scout Troops and Boy Scout Troops to collect donated food and necessities from our Greenbriar neighbors to help our community. We meet at GBE at 9:00 a.m. sharp! Please sign in when you arrive and join your Den. The first Saturday we will be distributing the flyers and plastic bags, returning to collect donations on the following Saturday. This is a great opportunity for the boys to give back to their larger community and help our neighbors. Pack 1863 Cub Scouts will earn a Community Service Patch for this event.


Scouting For Food Flyer

Scouting for Food

Our mission is to collect non-perishable food items on behalf of Western Fairfax Christian Ministries Food Pantry (www.wfcmva.org), which provides assistance to families right here in our community, regardless of religion. The food we collect will fill the food pantry shelves for 5-6 months.

The items listed below are needed to help others (especially those with an *).

Canned Fruit (peaches, pears, pineapple, fruit cocktail, etc.) Canned Beans (pinto, red, baked, etc.) Canned Meats & Fish (chicken, ham, spam, beef stew, tuna, salmon, etc.)
Canned or Boxed Family Meals w/Meat included Boxed Potatoes & Stuffing Tomato Paste, Whole Tomatoes, Crushed Tomatoes, Tomato Sauce
Dried Beans, Peas, Lentils (1 lb. Pkg or smaller) Box/Bag Rice (2 LB. Pkg), Mac & Cheese * Personal Hygiene Products (bar soap, deodorant, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.)
Granular Sugar (2 lb. pkg) Spaghetti Sauce * Toilet Paper & Feminine Products
Dry Pasta (all kinds) Jell-O * Dishwashing & Laundry Detergent
Juices, Evaporated Milk Cooking Oil – 24oz Canned Vegetables (peas, carrots, corn, etc.)
Oatmeal, Grits Pancake Mix & Syrup Canned Soups (all kinds)
Peanut Butter & Jelly White Flour (2 lb. pkg) Canned Pasta (SpaghettiOs, ravioli, etc.)

Please leave your bag of donated items outside your front door by 9:00 am on Saturday, November 11th.

Please – No expired items, glass containers, frozen or perishable food!

Thank you for your support!

Pack Meeting Tonight

Tonight we have our May Pack Meeting at 7 p.m. Some of our Dens will also be earning their Rank Advancements. We only have 1 more Pack meeting after this, can you believe it?!

We are looking for more volunteers for our Bake Sale on May 13th. We need lots of baked goods and Cub Scouts to help raise money for our Pack. Please take a few minutes to sign up and volunteer for next weekend. Thank you for your support!


May—Kindcub_scout_group_logos_sticker__92323

My Animal Friends


A Scout Is Kind. How Does “My Animal Friends” Relate to This Point of the Scout Law? A Scout knows there is strength in being gentle. It is important to be kind to all creatures great and small. This month we will explore ways to be kind to our animal friends.

Pack Meeting Tonight

Sorry, Late Notice folks!   pack-meeting

We do have a Pack Meeting tonight at 7 pm. We will be short some Leaders, but I have a pretty cool Science demo planned for the scouts. So don’t miss it!

 

Blue & Gold/ Arrow of Light Ceremony Friday Night

BlueAndGoldOur annual Blue and Gold event will be this Friday night (March 10). This is the Cub Scouts “birthday party” and annual celebration of Cub Scouts. This year we will also be hosting our Arrow of Light and Crossing Over Ceremonies the same night. These ceremonies will recognize our 5th grade Webelo II scouts and celebrate their experience and hard work in the Cub Scouts. They can then do a Crossing Over ceremony which symbolizes their promotion from Cub Scouts and the beginning of their adventures as Boy Scouts. Please join us in celebrating Cub Scouts and our Webelos. Thank you to the parents who have supported the boys and the pack throughout their journey!

Congratulations Webelo II scouts! Pack 1863 wishes you a fun and exciting adventure wherever it takes you!

 

Blue & Gold/ AOL (March Pack Meeting)

Friday, March 10

6:30 PM

 CubScoutsBanner

Pack Meeting Tonight

cropped-cropped-banner-jpg1.jpg

Tonight we have our February Pack Meeting at 7 p.m.

We have patches to hand out, games and a fun STEM activity planned for tonight’s meeting.

February-Friendly

Friends Near and Far A Scout Is Friendly. How Does “Friends Near and Far” Relate to This Point of the Scout Law? A Scout is a friend to all. He is a brother to other Scouts. He offers his friendship to people of all races and nations, and respects the beliefs and customs of others. “Friends Near and Far” reminds us that we are part of something bigger than our own community. By living the Scout Law, we are accepting of the world’s peoples and their values.


 

Pack Meeting Tonight

cropped-cropped-banner-jpg1.jpg

We have our January Pack Meeting Tuesday, January 10 at 7 p.m. at GBE. 

 IMG_4030.JPGJanuary Theme —Obedient

A Scout Is Obedient. How Does “Cub Scout City Council” Relate to This Point of the Scout Law? A Cub Scout follows the rules of his family, school, and pack. He obeys the laws of his community and country. At this pack meeting we will have a mayor, council members, and lots of commendations for the great work that each Cub Scout has done this month.

 


Cubmaster’s Minute

This month you have had great adventures, but you have also learned about always doing your best and obeying the Scout Law. Rules and laws are important. Following the rules and laws help make our community a better place to live because there is order. I challenge each of you to do your best each day to make your community better by obeying not only the rules and laws of your home, school, and community, but by following the Scout Law each and every day. Remember, a Scout is obedient.