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Spring Pack Campout!

Campout Last Minute Update!

Good afternoon everyone!

We are less than one week away from our Pack 112 Spring campout! I need to know who will be attending so that I can make plans for our meals & activities. Please review the info, provided below & let me know if you will be able to join us.

Campgrounds: Camp Wisdom

Camp Site: Davey Crockett

Departure: Friday the 24th at 5PM

Departure Location: Starbucks at Coit & Spring Creek
I would like to leave at 5:00PM. This will put us at camp by 6:30ish.

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Webelos Resident Camp

It’s that time to start gearing up for summer camp.  In order to meet the deadlines, I need your feedback. Please reply and let me know if your son will be attending Webelos Resident Camp with the Webelos of Pack 112.  It’s an AWESOME experience and it’s great for the boys to try camping without mom/dad before they join Boy Scouts.  Your quick feedback will help me register our scouts as a group.

WHAT:  Webelos Resident Camp is a 3 night camp for all 4th & 5th grade Webelos in the our Circle 10 council. Scout can register for daily workshops to earn more activity pins.  Not only will this help them meet the necessary requirements for rank advancement, but it will give them an experience they’ll remember for a long time.

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Take Flight! at Twilight Camp

It is time to register your scout for Twilight Camp. Early registration ends April 30, so in order to pay $75 instead of $100 you must register by April 30.  Our pack is planning to attend the PM session from 3 pm to 7 pm.  Here are the details:

“Take Flight” at Twilight Camp 2015

What: Cub Scout Day Camp

Who: ALL Cub Scouts (Tigers to Webelos II)

When: June 22-25, 2015 (26th is rain date); Afternoon Session (3pm – 7pm)

Where: Bob Woodruff Park, North

The camp will include many fun activities for the boys.  Some of the activities will be crafts, making a catapult, archery, and science experiments.

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The Future of Scouting

For the last several years, the Boy Scouts of America has been pursuing a strategic, national plan on how to update the Cub Scout program.  In late 2009 volunteers met with national BSA staff and leaders in the field of child development to discuss “What Today’s Youth Want and Need”.

From that kickoff meeting, the BSA has been designing the changes to the Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing programs.  Starting on June 1st, 2015, the Cub Scouts will begin to implement these changes and transition to a program designed around these core desired outcomes:

  • More Cub Scouts being active/having fun
  • Improved Webelos transition/retention
  • Simplified advancement
  • Improved connection to mission and aims
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