Pictures from our Webelos I hike this summer at Ricketts Glen on 8-3-13.
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Our Webelos I’s attended the Webelos STEM weekend at Camp Acahela on September 21, 2013. The boys earned their naturalist and engineer activity badges and completed most of the scientist activity badge. These boys are well on their way to another Stem Nova Award. Keep up the great work.
by Bryan Wendell
Shane Victorino already had Eagle Scout, 2008 World Series champion and three-time Gold Glove winner on his list of accomplishments.
Tonight, the Boston Red Sox outfielder added 2013 World Series champion to his résumé, and he did so with a timely swing of the bat in the bottom of the third. With the bases loaded and two outs, Victorino delivered a three-run double that gave the Red Sox a 3-0 lead that they wouldn’t relinquish. (Watch an animated GIF of the hit here.)
“My parents always told me to take every moment, live every moment, love every moment,” he said in a post-game interview broadcast on FOX. “I just went up there and said, hey, I get another moment. … It’s time to shine, do what you can, and I was able to get in a good hitter’s count. I was able to put a ball off the wall and enjoyed every moment of it.”
Victorino’s hit provided all the runs the Red Sox needed to win the game, 6-1, and their eighth World Series championship.
It had to have been especially sweet for Victorino, who sat out Games 4 and 5 with lower back tightness, to come up big in a critical situation in Game 6. But then again, this Eagle Scout has been impressing people all his life.
Whichever Major League team you cheer for (if any), let’s all give a big round of applause to this member of the Scouting team.
Our Bear Den recently spent the night at the Philadelphia Zoo. Everyone who attended this great trip had a blast. A few of our Webelos II scouts went along with their younger Bear Scout brothers as well. This overnight experience is highly recommended to other dens looking for a great trip.
Our Webelos I den is already hard at work on their next Stem Nova Award. They are working on the “Swing” segment and in these photos they are learning about and experimenting with levers.
Our Tiger Den has eight boys and is off to a great start. Thank you to Mr. Greblunas for taking on the role of Den Leader and thank you to all the parents for helping with all the activities.
The Tiger Den recently visited Heritage Day at Francis Slocum Park and there are many more exciting things planned including a trip to the fire station and some great den activities.
ARCHERY, BB GUNS, CLIMBING WALL,
CRAFTS, FACE PAINTING,
GAMES, HAUNTED HAYRIDE,
PUMPKIN PATCH, PUMPKIN BOWLING,
OBSTACLE COURSE, CATAPULTS,
CONCESSIONS & GOODIES
(food will be available for purchase)
SATURDAY – October 26, 2013 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
SUNDAY – October 27, 2013 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
$10.00 per Person
Children five and under are free “with an adult paid ticket”
Tickets will be available at the Scout Shop on a first come, first serve basis.
(walk-ins without tickets will incur a $5 surcharge)
Rain or Shine, the fun still goes on!
Click HERE for the PDF flyer with all the details.
Pack 241 Camping at Cozy Creek Campground
Saturday, September 28th – Sunday, September 29th
Arrive at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday – Depart by 11:00 on Sunday
This is their Halloween Themed Weekend
Bring your costume for trick-or-treating around the campground.
Other events planned as well.
Cozy Creek is a great campground with loads of things to enjoy:
Cafe, Playground, Pool, Horseshoes, Arcade, Jumping Pillow, Climbing Web, Mini-Golf, Activities, Pedal Carts ($fee), Creek Access, Dog Park
Visit their website for more information http://northeastpacamping.com/
Cost per family for a tent site is $31.50
2 adults, 2 children – $11.00 per additional person in a site
If you will be attending this camping trip please reply to this email with your reservation by Tuesday.
I have to give the campground a final count on Wednesday morning.
For our families that may have difficulty paying for uniforms, books, or re-charter fees, financial help is available from the United Way. Click HERE to download a form to request financial assistance. Complete the form and return it to the Cubmaster. Your information will be kept confidential. Only the Cubmaster and the Treasurer will be involved in the application process.
This program will cover up to 70% of the cost of covered items.
If you cannot download and print the form from the link above, please ask the Cubmaster for a copy of the form.