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October Pack Meeting:
Tuesday, October 25th, 7pm at Centerville Presbyterian Church in Fremont.
November Trail Trekker at Sycamore Grove, November 5th, 2pm-4pm:
Please join us for our 1st hike of the 2016-2017
year. It will take place at
Scouting for Food (Part 1) November 12th, contact your den leader for time.
Scouting for Food (Part 2) November 19th, meet at CPC at 9am.
This is a wonderful annual Community Service project and a great way for our scouts to give back to the community in a very tangible way. The food goes directly to serve hungry people in Fremont, so please plan on your scout participating BOTH days. Your scout will receive a patch for participating. Full Class A uniform required. This is a DEN activity and a 2-part event. Your den leader will be coordinating directly with the event coordinator, Mark Oliver, so please contact your den leader for more details.
God and Country Program, Wednesdays in November at CPC:
God and Country is a religious emblems program created by various religious groups to encourage youth to grow stronger in their faith. There are God and Country booklets for most faiths. If scouts complete the program, they earn a religious square knot patch and an emblem that they can proudly wear on their uniform. This patch is one of the few that carry over to Boy Scouts.
Once a year, Centerville Presbyterian Church (CPC) conducts a four week God and Country class for Tigers, Wolves, and Bears of the Protestant religions. (It is the same class for all three ranks together every year. A separate class is available yearly for Webelos.) The class will meet on Wednesday starting on November 2 from 3:30-4:30 upstairs in the gym. (Class dates are 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/30. No class during the Thanksgiving holiday.)
Costs: $5 for the Family & Me workbook (unless you already have one from the Scout Store). Upon completion of the program, patches are awarded by the Pack, medallions are available for purchase at approximately $14. Class participant's parents may be asked to take turns staying for at least one class. Also, participants may be asked to take turns providing snacks.
Go to the back table at the Pack Meeting to sign-up for the CPC class or look for a booklet for your faith. For additional information, contact Robin Shehane at 510-797-7655 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
November Pack Meeting:
Tuesday, November 15th, 7pm at Centerville Presbyterian Church in Fremont.
12 Core Values
6. Health and Fitness
9. Positive Attitude
October DEN DUTIES:
Rank Ceremony: Bobcat
Set-up: Den 11
Gathering Activity: Den 7
Opening Flag Ceremony: Phoenix Patrol
Skit: Warrior Patrol
Pack Activity: Den 6
Den Report:Warrior Patrol
Pack Staff (giving): Warrior Patrol
Pack Staff (receiving): Den 5
Closing Ceremony: Den 5
Snacks: Phoenix Patrol
Clean-up: Den 5
CLASS B UNIFORMS
Our class “B” or "activities" uniform is an alternate uniform shirt, a t-shirt with the pack’s logo, worn to certain outdoor scouting events and activities. It is used mostly for outdoor activities and events during the spring and summer months. The class “B” uniform should only be worn to scouting events and activities when instructed by your Den Leader or Cubmaster. For all Pack and Den Meetings and most activities and events the normal full Class “A” Uniform must be worn.
Contact RayAnn at rayann55@yahoo..com
Class "B" uniform shirts are available for purchase at our monthly Pack meetings for $12.
Trail Trekker Series:
The Trail Trekkers Program is a BSA progressive hike award program that offers a series of monthly hikes which located throughout the Bay Area that can be completed by Cub Scout age boys (from 6-11 years) and their families. These are opportunities for outdoor adventures that are high in "boy appeal", that allow a boy and his family to learn about the world around them. Hikes include trails in Fremont, Sunol, Livermore, Marin, Oakland and Berkeley. Some are more physically demanding, and more appropriate for Webelos-age boys. Others can be completed by any age group. Check our website for updated info on which hike is being done each month. For more information contact Roger at email@example.com