2017 Spring Family Campout

Circle the date on your calendar and join your Pack for our annual spring family camp-out at Tar Hollow State Park on Friday, April 28th to Sunday, April 30th.  Tar Hollow is located near Chillicothe, Ohio.  Check- in will start Friday evening and we will be departing mid-morning on Sunday. Even if you are unable to stay for the whole time, join us when you can.  If any boys have food allergies or need gluten free items please let us know as soon as possible so we can plan the food menu accordingly.

Some activities you can look forward to include BB Guns, Archery, learning to use a compass, fishing, campfire and much, much more.

New this year - we will be selling special collectible Class B Camp T-shirts.  These t-shirts are different from our normal blue Class B t-shirts that we sell.  Order your new t-shirt on our camp registration form.

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SIGN UP

Please remember to complete a medical form for each camper, return medical forms with your payment.

CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR MEDICAL FORM

Here are answers to frequently asked questions:

March Pack Meeting - Chili Cook Off

Our March pack meeting is going to be a chili cook-off on March 16th at 7PM at the FPC.  Each Scout is asked to bring a homemade Chili entry and they can compete for prizes in several categories, including Hottest Chili, Most Unique Chili, and Best Overall Chili.  


Parents and Family members are invited to participate in the meal with the scouts. All Scouts eat free of charge. Adults 18 and over are asked to pay $2 per person, other children 5-17 years old are $1. All proceeds will go to the Grove City Food Bank (Scouting for Food). 


All consumption of chili is unlimited while supplies last, but consume at your own risk! 

Blue and Gold - Feb. 16th 2017

IMPORTANT NEWS!! Our Blue and Gold celebration/ Pack meeting is this Thursday February 16th from 7-8:30 pm. For those of you who are not familiar with the Blue and Gold celebration it is when we get together and celebrate the birthday of Scouting.

We will have cake and drinks but are asking that everyone bring a desert to the celebration. 

Luke Kareklas will be a special guest for FUN and EXCITING entertainment. 
Luke is known for his amazing juggling, balloon art and magic. It will be a great and fun time for the boys. Luke will have balloon gifts for all the Scouts and siblings after his show. 

After Luke's show we will have an additional guest that will be joining us to deliver our annual Friends of Scouting presentation. This presentation is about asking for your help in financially supporting local Scouting and to highlight some of the great things happening in Scouting around the area. This year’s presentation takes a closer look at what Scouting means to you and how the gifts raised through this campaign are used to deliver Scouting to young people.

Spring Family Campout 2017

Circle the date on your calendar and join your Pack for a family campout at Tar Hollow State Park on
Friday, April 28th to Sunday, April 30th.  Tar Hollow is located near Chillicothe, Ohio.  Check- in will start Friday evening and we will be departing mid-morning on Sunday. Even if you are unable to stay for the whole time, join us when you can.  If any boys have food allergies or need gluten free items please let us know as soon as possible so we can plan the food menu accordingly.

Some activities you can look forward to include BB Guns, Archery, learning to use a compass, fishing, campfire and much, much more.

Friends of Scouting

The Council Friends of Scouting drive will be presented at our Blue and Gold Banquet.  You can still participate and give to this great program that supports our local Scouts.  Please consider donating.  Donations can be given to your Den Leader, Cubmaster, or you can go to the Simon Kenton Council website. 

Some Facts about Friends of Scouting (FOS):

Friends of Scouting (FOS) is an annual fund raising campaign that provides you the opportunity to contribute to Scouting and significantly help offset the cost of programs and services provided locally.

Simon Kenton Council is a 501(c) (3) charitable organization that relies on local contributions to deliver character development programs, camping facilities, youth and adult training, service centers, professional support and so much more.

 Your support of Friends of Scouting is100% tax deductible.

We’re counting on our “Friends” to help fund the programs and services offered locally to more than 23,000 youth in the Simon Kenton Council.

Monthly Parent & Leader Planning Meeting - Jan 2016

Pack Parents & Leaders Meeting:  Jan. 5th, 2017  6:00 pm at FPC 
District Roundtable:  Jan. 5th, 2017  7:00 pm at FPC

Our next Pack Leaders meeting is going to be held on January 5th at 6:00 pm at FPC. All dens should please have a representative at the leaders meeting. Parents are also welcome to participate to see what is going on with the pack.

We are also looking for new adult volunteers and have several immediate openings. If you are interested in helping as Pack Chaplain – Religious Emblems Coordinator, or Friends of Scouting Representative, please let the Cubmaster know. Cub Scouts is a volunteer run organization and without volunteers we can’t make the pack go!!

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