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We need more volunteers to help stuff Back to School Folders for GBE tomorrow! We are looking for parents and kids (siblings welcome) to come to GBE tomorrow between 1 pm and 4 pm. Your help would be greatly appreciated! We do not have enough help for this and we want to make GBE proud since they graciously host our events and meetings.
We have approximately 1000 folders that need to be filled. The more helpers we have the smoother this will run! Please consider volunteering your time to make this event a success!
(If in the event you can be there longer or just for a half hour please sign up and put a comment in for the amount of time you will be there!)
Calling all Scouts Adventurers from Pack 1863 !!
We have an exciting contest for this summer announced by NCAC for their patch design. Theme is our favorite word “Outdoor” and a tricky word which we all try to be mindful of “Ethics”. How about taking those crayons, pens, pencils out and come up with a fun patch. Submit your design by August 15, to Sara Holtz at firstname.lastname@example.org
RACERS START YOUR ENGINES!
PACK 1863 PINEWOOD DERBY RACE BEGINS AT 10 AM TOMORROW!
9:00-9:45 LAST REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED
CUB SCOUT CAFE will be open and accepting cash and check only!
Forgot to sign up for a time? Don’t worry, there are spaces available this Sunday and next weekend. To sign up, follow this link. The location address is on the sign up sheet.
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We couldn’t see many stars this year because of a big bright moon! Here is one of the pics we got during our Fall Family Camp Out with the telescope this weekend of the Hunter’s Supermoon! Thanks to everyone who came out and had a blast this weekend, we had over 100 people participate at this year’s camp out!
It’s Pack Meeting Time! We will have our Pack Meeting this Tuesday, October 4th at 7 pm at GBE. Our October theme is KIND.
In our lives, we encounter many people and have many chances to make an impact on their lives. Showing kindness in small ways might make a difference for someone who really needs it. Don’t wait for the perfect moment to do something kind for others; do what you can each day to show you are kind.
This month Scouts will learn how creepy crawlers relate to kindness and the Scout Oath. A Scout does not hurt or kill harmless things without reason. This month, explore creepy crawlers and discover the world of insects. The Scouts will learn that creepy crawlers are important to our world, and they will learn how to be kind to our crawling friends.
Fall Family Camp Out October 15-16
Our Fall Family Camp Out is coming up this month at Lake Fairfax. Get more info at the Pack Meeting and on the Camp Outs section of our Pack website.