Please note that we will be having a Pack Meeting on Jan. 24th. Please report any belt loops or other awards to your den leaders by Jan. 18th.
The Pack is happy to announce the Belt Loop for January 2012 will be the Weather Belt Loop. To be recognized for this achivement you and your child must:
1 – Complete the Weather Belt Loop worksheet LINK HERE
2 – Turn in your completed worksheet to you Den leader so it may be entered into the Pack Master Awards software.
3 – Remember our Motto, “Do Your Best”. Each scout that does their best to complete the requirements for this Belt Loop will be award this achievement.
As a reminder the this is the only Belt Loop that the pack will be paying for at the Jan awards ceremony per our new awards policy. All other belt loops will be purchased by the PACK and the money will be deducted from your scouts account. More information on this new policy will be available at the Jan. PACK meeting (Pinewood Derby)
December PACK MEETING Dec, 20th 7PM, Fairmount Cafeteria…
Sing a song, make people laugh, lick your elbow, tell a story, dance, show off karate skills…you
get the idea!
Each Den should plan to do at least one skit or song together and everyone is invited to show off their amazing, weird, funny talents. Sign up in advance with Stacey Rigger.
We will once again be collecting for Toys for Tots. Please bring a new unwrapped toy to donate.
Please do not forget the pack meeting tonight, 7PM Fairmount.
Pack 30 has setup a Voice Mail box using Google Voice. This number is meant as an additional communicate tool to reach out to the Pack Committee/Leadership for any messages or information needed. Additionally, if the Pack has a weekend activity such as the car wash that was recently cancelled, a committee leader will leave a “rain out” message on this line. The new number is (636) 486-6538.
Sunday, October 9th 11:00am – T.R. Hughes Ballpark Parking lot
Did you know that the Boone Trails Scout District, which Pack 30 belongs to, hosts the nations largest official flag retirement ceremony? Last year over 2000 flags where retired from around the world. Join in this truely exciting event. Some Dens plan on attending as a group so please contact your leader(s) about your Den’s plans. More information at this LINK.