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Scouts, parents, siblings and friends Yes, non-Scout friends can come too!
While this is a pack event, every child attending must be responsible to a specific adult. Please do not plan to "drop-off" your son. If you cannot attend, please contact another parent/friend to attend with your child.
ABNAKI FISH N RUN
April 25 - 27 Farmington Fish & Game New Durham, NH
For Tigers, Wolves, Bears, and siblings, it’s a day event on April 26th.. The kids fish in the morning and are invited to stay for the afternoon events. They should be able to earn a Fishing Belt Loop!
For Webelos (4th graders), it’s a weekend overnight trip. The Webelos have a separate fishing derby before the Cub Scouts arrive. They move onto a round robin of activities to test their skills. Get directions to Farmington Fish & Game
May 5Balance due to PACK for Camp Carpenter RESIDENT Camp
May 15Balance due to COUNCIL for Akela Camp & Day Camp
May Pack Meeting Cross-Over Camping Weekend
SAVE THE DATE May 16, 17, & 18 We hope everyone will be able to come at least for the day and evening. This is a big night for the boys much like Blue & Gold. They will be crossing our bridge and graduating to the next level in Scouting.
ALL family members MUST complete a health form.
To help you get ready ... Please review the rules for family camping and a suggested packing list The packing list was developed for both Spring & Fall camping - plan accordingly.
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Come check out the contests, games, give-aways, and other fun stuff -- JUST FOR THE BOYS!
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We all need to help the Pack go.
The BSA has adopted the following policies to provide additional security for our members. These policies are primarily for the protection of our youth members; however, they also serve to protect our adult leaders from false accusations of abuse. Among them are:
Youth Protection Training
This training covers the BSA's Youth Protection policies, kinds of abuse, signs of abuse, how to respond to disclosure of abuse, and proper reporting procedures. It does so by taking you through situations that require choices and produce consequences.We encourage ALL the pack's parents to take the time to review this training. We require Webelos parents attending a den overnight to complete it. It's available on-line at no cost. It will take about 30 minutes. To access this training, go to BSA's Online Learning Center.