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CUBOREE – A Fantastic Campout

Camp Wisdom has to be one of the most fantastic places in all of Kid-dom.  

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.

Archery LineupThe place can be a bit of a maze.  I’m not sure that’s a bad thing – but when we’re used to GPS and Google Maps and turn-by-turn directions, heading down a gravel road with a blurry copy of a paper map is a little daunting.  There are signs, but trying to correlate those with the camp map is not always easy.  But with a little bit of patience we found our way there, and to our campsite at Indian Trail, and as the weekend went on we came to get a general feel for the layout of the camp and how to get from place to place.

Over the course of Saturday, we, the scouts and their families traipsed all over.  There is so much outdoor fun for the scouts, and seeing them run, interact and be energetic boys was great to witness.  There’s a BB gun range, archery, a castle, air rocket launching pad, a frontier fort, a cave, and a battle of sailing ships unlike anything I’ve ever seen. (more…)

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Just a reminder that CUBOREE is this weekend (10/25/2014). Cuboree is a weekend campout held at Camp Wisdom near Cedar Hill. The weekend is organized by our Northern Lights District and includes: BB’s, Archery, Fort Farrington & Sir Dee Castle, the Pirate Ships, the Native American Village, games, crafts and much more. This year’s theme is “Going Batty”

Pack 112 has a great group of families attending this year.

They DO want/accept WALK-IN registrations. Anyone in Pack 112 is welcome to camp overnight, although not required.

Please join us if you have time in your schedule this weekend. CUBOREE is a favorite scout activity each year. Evening activities include songs, skits, a costume contest, and a viewing of “Halloweentown” movie (Disney 1998).

For more information visit

The best news of all is that there is NO FIRE BAN – which means CAMP FIRE….and S’mores!

The weather will be perfect. Join us if you are able!

If you need camping gear, please contact Shannon Haynes. The pack has PLENTY to loan out.

If you are able to join us – contact Shannon…..we’ll get you signed up and on the CUBOREE wagon….it’s not too late!

Perfect camping weekend!!  We hope to see you there!

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It’s Poptober!

It’s popcorn time! The proceeds from this fundraiser go directly to help our Pack pay for expenses and activities for the year, as well as supporting our local council’s facilities, staffing, program materials and resources.

Reminder!  Order forms are due November 7th!  If you have any final questions about popcorn sales, please contact Chad O’Neal.

Scouts can participate in a variety of ways

Online Sales this is the best way to sell to your friends and family who live out of town. You can send emails to your customers asking them to purchase Trail’s End popcorn online.  Friends and family can order year-round!

Show & Sell your den, pack or troop gets permission to sell in front of a retail store or in the local mall.  You set up a display with products for people to purchase as they walk by.

Take Order the most traditional way to sell popcorn; going door-to-door with the take order form, which you receive from your leader or council.

Show & Deliver you carry Trail’s End popcorn with you to show to your customers as you visit them.  The customer is able to select the products he or she wishes to buy from your product selection.

Corporate This is for savvy Scouts!  Selling to businesses is a great market to have big sells.  Whether the owner buys popcorn as gifts for their employees, or they allow the popcorn to be sold at the lobby or break room.


Scouting for Food 2015

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!


CUBOREE – Don’t Miss It!

2014_CuboreePatchWhen: Oct 24th – 26th, 2014 Where: Camp Wisdom, Dallas (map)

General Information

Early registration is $15 per Scout due no later than October 9th, 2014, $20.00 thereafter.  Registration for siblings participating in games, crafts and activities is $10.00 Check in on Friday 5:30 to 9 pm & Saturday, from 9 – 11:00 a.m. On-site registration of $20.00 per scout and siblings $10.00 will be accepted at these times. Camping is not a condition of attending the activities, only more fun!

Quick Links!
Registration info: here
Camp Schedule: here
Activities Map: here
Campsite Map: here
FAQ: here

CUBOREE Staffing

We are a volunteer organization! The Cuboree is organized as a co-operative venture among the participating Packs from our District. Each Pack is expected to provide leaders to prepare and run events (one leader per each 10 registered participants). Please indicate with your registration your preference for staffing assignments. The District volunteers will provide planning, organization and supplies. Volunteer meeting: October 9th 6:30 pm (before the roundtable at the LDS Church on Legacy). One representative is expected from each Pack attending (we are expecting that all Packs will be attending). (more…)

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