Pack 386

Pack 386

Colleyville, TX

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Bear Valley Landscape Project

Great job this weekend! Thank you for coming out this weekend to support our charter organization in a little cleanup!

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Will A
Saular B
Andrew B
Carson B
Charlie B
Travis D
Daniel T
TJ W
And Special Thanks to Hannah W and Brayden B for assisting in the hard work as well!

 

Wild West Family Adventures 2014-2015 Outing Notice

Sid Richardson Ranch (SR2), Bridwild-wild-west-sign-banner_213473geport, Texas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 11/12, 2015 Outing Notice

Payment must be made by Monday, April 6th by PayPal. Please put the number of people that will be attending and the size of T Shirt you need.

Outing Contacts:
Outing Coordinator: Bennett, Scott  214-724-8202

Registration and Medical Form Requirements:
All scouts and pack leaders attending must be registered with the Pack and adults have competed Youth Protection Training.  A current BSA Annual Health and Medical Record are (REQUIRED) for each scout and registered adult to be on file with the Pack.

Outing Theme:
April 11-12 Sid Richardson Scout Ranch is hosting the Wild West! themed camp out.
I have attached the flyer for reference regarding how the camp out will generally work.
There will be western storytellers, western characters and outlaws, western films and more!
Of course there is camping and you do not have to participate in the days events if you are so inclined.

Activity Fees:
Adults/ Youth (6 yrs.old and up) $29.00
Children (4 to 5 yrs.old) $15.00
Children (under 4 yearsold – no shirts) NO CHARGE

**Fees include a CampT-shirt and patch, Saturday lunch, supper and snacks, a light breakfast Sunday,craft supplies and admission fees.

 Council Flyer:

http://www.longhorncouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/family_camping_adventures_2014-2015.pdf

Blue & Gold

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Saturday, February 21st at 6:00 PM All Scout Family Members are invited to attend our Banquet to Celebrate the Boys!!!  Our Webelos II will be crossing over to boy scouts this evening as well.  Come see an awesome ceremony!~

Please bring a Side Item and a Desert with the camping theme. Please RSVP number of Attendees by February 13.

Crown Of Life Church 6605 Pleasant Run Rd. Colleyville, TX 76034

Pinewood Derby

 Hello Pack 386,  It’s Time to Get Down and Derby!!

PINEWOOD DERBY CLINIC:  JAN 11th (Sun)  The annual clinic will be at James and Sheryl King’s home which is located at 8325 Forest Glen North Richland Hills TX 76182.  Turn into Forest Glen off North Tarrant Pkwy, they are 1/2 a block south of North Tarrant on the right hand side of the street (817.485.2568)

The clinic will be from 2:00PM – 4:30PM and in order to manage the cub scouts – please try to abide by the following time slots.  Please have your design in mind and drawn on your car. It will cut down on being in the cold dramatically.

–  Tigers              2:00 – 2:30
–  Wolves            2:30 – 2:00
–  Bears               3:00 – 3:30
–  WeBLoS I        3:30 – 4:00
–  WeBLoS II      4:00 – 4:30

FRIDAY: JAN 23rd

You and your scout will need to be at Bear Valley Community Church between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm to check-in (quarantine car). The PWD committee will get there at 5:00 and begin setting up the track.  There will be a “Pit Crew Manager” (with tools) to assist with cars that may need modifications if race committee feels that the car is not compliant with race rules.

SATURDAY: Jan 24th

You and your scout will need to be at Bear Valley Community Church.  Races will start at 8:30 am and will continue till noon. The PWD committee will get there at 8:00 to check out the cars from quarantine. Coffee, and OJ will be available (Donuts will be available for .50 a piece – We went through over $100 dollars in donuts last year)

NOTE  LOCATION:

Bear Valley Community Church
7900 Precinct Line Rd.,
Colleyville, Texas 76034

**Please have your scout in their Class A uniform (yes the one with the patches) for Saturday races.  All scouts should have a complete uniform. (Belt, Shirt with patches sewn, Hat, Neckerchief, Slide,  (Brag Vest))

Pack Meeting (Pack Event)

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Start Time: Thursday, December, 11 06:30 PM

End Time: Thursday, December, 11 07:30 PM

Location: Bear Valley Community Church

Event Message: Greetings Pack 386!!
Pack meeting will be at our sponsor church Bear Valley Community Church.  It is just down the road from Liberty on Precinct (7900 Precinct Line Rd, Colleyville, TX 76034).
Please bring a pair of new white socks or a bag of socks (three/six pack which ever is on sale) for sizes that will fit kids and teens. (Calf high/crew).  We will have two special activities with the socks, and then give the socks to charity.
I have also been in touch with Santa Claus, and he will be making a stop at the church.  This is the real deal Santa… real white beard and belly and all!  He will be passing out pine wood derby cars and candy canes at the meeting.  (Shushhh… mums the word!)
Our new scouts will be partaking in the bobcat ceremony as well.

Yours in Scouting,
Kelly Schmeits
Scouting provides you the opportunities to have the conversations with your boys that can be impactful and meaningful.  What are you waiting for?

Caroling – Parkwood Retirement Center

Deck the halls with boughs of holly,
Fa la la la la, la la la la!!

We will be singing Christmas carols to the residents of Parkwood Retirement Center, located at 2700 Parkview Ln on Saturday afternoon 12/6 at 4:30pm CST.  Leaders will pass out song sheets at the den meetings and (parents) I would ask that you please work with your scouts with practicing the songs.  Den/Patrol leaders, please incorporate 10 minutes in your next meeting to practice the songs.

Each den will need to make a home made Christmas cards to present to the residents at Parkwood Retirement Center could share in their common areas.

 

Songs:

Jingle Bells

Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer

Joy to the World

Silent Night

We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Deck the Halls

O Come, All Ye Faithful

Christmas_Program_Song_List – Click here to download Song Sheet

Pack 386 Campout

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21st Century Space Academy

Sid Richardson Ranch (SR2), Bridgeport, Texas

Oct 25 – 26, 2014

Payment must be made by noon, Monday, Oct 20th 

 

 

3… 2…1… BLAST OFF to the new Space Academy Programs!!!

The camp Dining Hall will be transformed into the Missile Building Hangar, as parents and Cub Scouts come together to design their very own Rocket. It’s a family camp out with NASA Displays and activities, model rockets,water rockets, chemical rockets, air rockets, and more! You get to assemble,paint, and place your own rocket’s decals, and in the afternoon follow the Launch Director’s commands and launch your rocket.

Activity Fees:
Adults/ Youth (6 yrs.old and up- Build a rocket, receive a patch and T Shirt) $29.00
Adults – (No T Shirt, no rocket, no patch, eat Pack386 prepped food) $7.00
Children (4 to 5 yrs.old – Build a rocket, receive a patch and T Shirt) $15.00
Children (under 4 year sold – no shirts) NO CHARGE
**Activity Fees includes a Camp T-shirt and patch, Saturday lunch, supper and a light breakfast Sunday in the dining hall,craft supplies and admission fees.

Haunted Hayride (extra)
Adults – $5.00
Scout – $11.00

 Pack 386 Meals (extra) – Not in dining hall – $7.00

Outing Contacts:
Outing-coordinator: Derek Boyd 817-343-5599
Cubmaster:Kelly Schmeits (817) 800-4026
Quartermaster: Ernie Lopez 

Registration and Medical Form Requirements:
All scouts and pack leaders attending must be registered with the Pack and adults have competed Youth Protection Training.  A current BSA Annual Health and Medical Record are (REQUIRED) for each scout and registered adult to be on file with the Pack.

Links:

2014 Pack 386 SpaceAcad-FF Outing Notice v1-1 (Pack386 Outing Notice)
680-001_AB (A&B Medical Form)
Council Flyer Link (Original flyer from Longhorn Council)
CampingChecklist (Recommended items to pack)

Pack 386 Rally Day

Hello Future Cub Scouts!

This is a quick reminder that  Thursday September 18th is  Pack 386-Rally Day

Rally Day is the day for all new or potential cub scouts to Join the Pack!

The rally begins at 6:30 pm in the Liberty Elementary School Cafeteria and last for just over an hour.

We will give you and your scout a quick introduction to Scouting and answer any and all questions.

Hope to see you all there.

 Pack 386 Parent Handbook

If you have a new scout, please come to Rally.

If you have a returning scout, sit this one out. 

You can go to the Pack website to pay this year’s membership dues.

Dues are $85.00 and include den dues.

Cubmaster, Kelly

Pack 386 – Sunshine Glaze July 26th

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 Greetings Pack 386,

This Saturday Afternoon July 26th at 4:30 pm we will meet at Sunshine Glaze in Southlake Town Center for a afternoon of pottery painting.

We will be painting a 6 x 6 square/divit/pot warmer/picture and tracing a pattern on it (wolf/bear/tiger) with a ribbon swag.  The boys will do the tracing and painting.  If they want to do something else, other than the plate, that will not be a problem either.  Afterwards we will leave the pieces to be fired in the oven.

The cost is $6.00 per plate.  This is a family event, so all scouts, siblings and friends are welcome to attend.

Please confirm that you will be attending and how many squares your family will be painting.  I want to make sure they have enough supplies on hand.  We have already secured a room and staff to help us.

Let me know if you have any questions.
Yours in Scouting,
Kelly

 

Where:
Sunshine Glaze Creative Studio
405 N. Carroll Ave.
Southlake, TX 76092

http://www.sunshineglaze.com/contact.php

Family Camp – Camp Burnett, Southlake, Texas

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Camp Burnett, Southlake, Texas

May 30 – 31, 2014

Registrations must be returned by the 27th, 2014.

 

Outing Contacts:

Derek Boyd – 817.343.5599

Thomas Delaney- 817.991.4378

Lee Buck – Quartermaster

Ernie Lopez – Assistant Quartermaster

Outing Details:
Family Campout at Camp Burnett. Bring the family and have fun camping with Pack 386!  We’ll have a relaxed outing as we work on scout achievements, flag retiring ceremony, campfire with skits, and have flour bomb battles!  We will look at the stars, cook marshmallows, sing songs, tell ghost stories, show Morse code with flashlights…

Scout Skills:

Whittling Chip, Fire Starting, Knots, Chuck Box, Setting up Tents. *Note that some skills are not available to all scout ranks.

 

*Please note that this not a council sponsored event so there will not be activities for young siblings like other events.

Activity Fees:

$10 per scout or adult.   This includes supplies and dinner on Friday and breakfast on Saturday. *Campfire branding – $5 a mug (while supplies last!)

Note: Young siblings are no fee.

 

How to pay:

Pay at pack website: http://www.scoutpack386.org/ under the DONATE Paypal button.  Indicate # of campers and payment. *Rain or shine event

 

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