Amazing Race Campout
Western Districts Cub Scout Overnighter
2 p.m. Sat., Sept. 30 -noon Sun., Oct. 1
Firelands Scout Reservation / Wakeman
Join Pack 102 for a fun fall campout at Firelands Scout Reservation. BB guns, fishing, knot-tying, and a campfire with the Boy Scouts are a few of the highlights of this one-night tent campout. Firelands is about 35 minutes from Olmsted Falls and is where Pack 102 attended day camp this summer. This event replaces the fall campout at Cleveland Metroparks that Pack 102 has attended the last few years. Cost is $10 per Scout and $5 per adult and includes a campsite with Pack 102, dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday. When registering, select “Lake Erie Council” as your council; “Pack” as your unit type; and Unit Number “0102.” Also print off medical forms Parts A and B, which are required by our district for each Scout and adult attending; bring these with you to the campout. Need a tent? Contact Cubmaster Kevin Klinect or Assistant Cubmaster Jennifer Seward. To view the event flyer, visit: Amazing Race Campout Flyer To register, go to: https://scoutingevent.com/440-TheAmazingRaceCubs
Pack Meeting/New Parent Orientation
Monday, Sept. 18 / 7 p.m. Falls-Lenox Cafeteria
Our first pack meeting of the 2017-18 Scouting year will feature fun games and activities courtesy of our fifth-grade Webelos II Scouts. We will also have orientation for new families and recognize Scouts who earned summer awards.
Scout Night at Progressive Field
Cleveland Indians vs. Baltimore Orioles
Friday, Sept. 8 / 5:45 p.m. for parade / 7:10 p.m. game time
Pack 102 is closing out the summer with the boys of summer. All participating families should have received their Tribe tickets via email in August. Scouts who would like to parade the field before the game should dress in Class A uniform and meet at 5:45 p.m. at the Left Field Gate (gate facing Quicken Loans Arena). Be sure to budget extra time for potential traffic and for parking. Enjoy the dollar dogs and fireworks!
Scout Night at Progressive Field
Cleveland Indians vs. Baltimore Orioles
Friday, Sept. 8 / 7:10 p.m. game time
Parade the field! Dollar Dogs! Fireworks! Wear your uniform and get a patch! Tickets are $20 each and are on the family deck. Families who would like to participate should sign up by June 1.
You will receive a PayPal invoice for your tickets; payment is due July 1. Tickets will be issued via email. Scouts who would like to parade the field before the game should wear their Class A uniform and meet at 5:45 p.m. at the Left Field Gate (gate facing Quicken Loans Arena). Traffic and parking may be an issue, so be sure to budget enough time.
Heritage Days Parade—Save the Date Thursday, August 3
Pack 102’s awesome “Pinewood Derby” float will be back in action for the community’s largest parade. Scouts may bring candy to toss and should wear Class A uniforms. Waivers are needed for all participants this year. More info to come
Northeast Ohio Scouting Cub Scout Day Camp 2017
WESTERN DAY CAMP SESSION #2 June 19-23
Firelands Scout Reservation / Camp Avery Hand
13782 Gore-Orphanage Road, Wakeman
Information and registration: http://councils.scouting.org/Council440/Camping/Cub%20Scout%20Camps/Day%20Camp
The theme for this year’s day camp is “Bug Hunters.” Camp will be at Firelands Scout Reservation and include more activities than ever, such as archery, BB guns, fishing, hiking, and swimming. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Scouts should bring lunch and water each day. Camp is also open to Scout siblings and Scout-aged friends, and a free “tot lot” is available to adult volunteers with young (but out of diapers) children. Cost is $75 per Scout/camper. Transportation is available for $50 per person for the week, with pick up and drop off near Recess Games, located at 26636 Brookpark Road Extension in North Olmsted. Pack 102 must send one adult volunteer for every five youth from the pack.
Please note: There is no longer a requirement to send an adult with each non-Scout attending. However, these campers count toward the requirement that we send one adult volunteer for every five campers. Please consider volunteering! Med Forms Parts A, B, AND C, including a PHYSICAL, are required forms for each person attending camp, volunteers included. Note that even if you have forms A and B on file with Pack 102, you must fill out new forms for the Northeast Ohio Council. Find the med forms here: http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_ABC.pdf
Finally, a correction to the April Pack 102 newsletter: The correct dates for camp were listed, but the session number was incorrect. Pack 102 is attending Western Day Camp Session No. 2.
Swings-N-Things / Camp-N-Play Night Friday, June 9
More info and registration: http://sntfun.pfestore.com/retail/scouts Open to Scouts of all ages and their families, this event combines all the fun of Swings-N-Things and an overnight campout. Scouts can set up camp at 6 p.m. around the picnic area—then it’s time to play! Swings-N-Things will be open to the general public until 10:30 p.m.; after that, it will become an EXCLUSIVE Scouts event until 1 a.m. Stay up late and enjoy unlimited go-karts, miniature golf, bumper boats, and Kids Korner. Cost is $19.99 until May 31 and $24.99 starting June 1.
Falls-Lenox Courtyard Cleanup Friday, May 19 / 5:15 p.m.
For this spring conservation project, Scouts will clean up the courtyard at Falls-Lenox in time for the annual third-grade end-of-year picnic. Meet in the parking lot near the entrance to the East hallway (on the KidsFirst side of the building). We will gather as a group before we enter the building at 5:15; the courtyard is accessible only through the interior of the building. Bring basic lawn tools and supplies, such as rakes, pruning shears, trowels, gloves, etc. Wear a “Class B” shirt, if you have one (any Scout t-shirt, such as a gold Pack 102 t-shirt or a day camp t-shirt).
Pack 102 Crossover Ceremony Monday, May 15 7:00 p.m. Covered Bridge / Downtown Olmsted Falls
Cub Scouts have been working on their rank requirements all year; it’s finally time to receive those hard-earned badges. Scouts will also “cross over” to their next rank in Scouting (Tiger to Wolf; Wolf to Bear; Bear to Webelos). The new Wolves, Bears, and Webelos will receive their new handbooks, neckerchiefs, and years-of-service pin. The crossover takes place at the covered bridge in downtown Olmsted Falls, which is located by the old library, near Olmsted Community Church and Moosehead Hoof and Ladder. Scouts should dress in “Class A” uniform—tucked-in blue or tan Scout shirt with neckerchief, a nice pair of shorts or pants, and a belt. Here is a link showing badge and pin placement (found on page 2): http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/CubScout_Insignia.pdf
Spring 2017 Cub Scout Leader Training Saturday, May 13 :8:00 a.m. Clague Road United Church of Christ 3650 Clague Road, North Olmsted
At this session, interested volunteers can become trained as a den leader/assistant den leader, Cubmaster, assistant Cubmaster, a committee member, or a charter organization representative. Registration begins at 8 a.m.; training is from 8:30 a.m. to noon; and BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) training is from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. and includes lunch. Babysitting is available. Cost is $5 per session and is reimbursable by the pack. Register by May 7 at: http://cstraining.westerntrailsdist.org More info: http://councils.scouting.org/Council440/Training/CS%20Training Direct questions to Heather Roberts @216-407-3571 or email@example.com