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Camp Wisdom – Memories Forever

By Aaron Hutton

My son is new to scouting, and I’m new to scouting as well.  I had no idea what to expect when I signed my family up to camp at CUBOREE, except that it was going to be camping – which I enjoy.  But going didn’t come without some sacrifice.  My work commitments would be tugging at my phone all weekend; I’d be missing my middle daughter’s final game of the soccer season, and I’d be heading back to work on Monday without my normal weekend to get “caught up” on the previous week.  But I was so glad to come out and spend the weekend with my son, my teenage daughter, and all the other scouts and families at Camp Wisdom. Read more…

Pack 112 November Meeting

If you weren’t able to make the Pack meeting Monday, here’s what you missed.

Bobcat Badge Ceremony

We have a total of 11 new boys who have joined Pack 112 and earned their Bobcat badge.  Several of the new cub scouts received their badge at the meeting, and begin with their badge pinned to their uniform upside down.  This is a reminder that all cub scouts need to perform a good deed to solidify their commitment to scouting.  Afterwards they will be free to permanently sew their badge to their uniform properly.

Popcorn Reminder

Check your email for an important message from Chad O’Neal. Read on for more information…

Lead the Fun!

We still have Pack Leader Positions Open. Activity Coordinator Roles plan all the fun things. The Pack Leadership Team does all the administrative work for you! If you’re thinking you’d like to commit, but not sure how….choose a small Activity Coordinator Role. A small, “one off” volunteer role is a great way to contribute and get your feet wet.

Open Pack Roles

  • Assistant CubMaster

Activity Coordinator Roles

  • Campfire Coordinator – plan the campout fun….games, skits, jokes
  • Christmas Parade Chair – Nov/Dec
  • GRUBMASTER – Oh yeah! Plan, organize, cook campout food. Fall/spring
  • Scouting for Food Chair – February
  • Camp Card Coordinator – March

Learn more!

Scouting for Food 2015

When:
Saturday, February 7th 2015
Saturday, February 14th, 2015

A Cub Scout promises to “give good will” and a Boy Scout promises “to help other people at all times.” The best way to show our Scouting Spirit is by participating in the annual Scouting for Food drive.  There are thousands of needy families in the DFW area, and numbers are growing rapidly… especially with today’s economy.

Our goal is 100% participation from all packs, troops and crews in this most important outreach to our communities.  Last year we collected 13,572 non-perishable items (canned food, pasta, cereal, peanut butter, etc.) and this year we can top that total.  In fact, we are proud to note that Scouting for Food accounts for the single largest donation received by local food banks each year.

Donations go to a local food pantry.

We need you!  Pack 112 is in need of a Scouting for Food Chair to help lead this important event for our Pack!  Contact Jill Torres or Shannon Haynes and let them know you’re interested!

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