Completing their Cub Scout journey, these scouts earned their Arrow of Light Awards and crossed over to Scouts BSA.
The oldest boys in the pack got together for a chilly but fun winter adventure and explored the trails of Moraine State Park.
Thanks to a great community park we were able to hold our annual Halloween pack meeting complete with costumes!
Making the best of things, we could still meet outside as long as we distanced. The entire pack fished and launched rockets on this fall family campout.
The pack enjoyed our annual Yecks Hayride and Bonfire together.
The oldest scouts in the pack took on an orienteering course on a hot summer day.
Better late than never. Three Arrow of Light scouts had their Arrow of Light & Crossover ceremony at Troop 404’s troop meeting. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, their cub scout pack was not able to hold an Arrow of Light & Crossover ceremony for them, but once Troop 404 started back up their meetings outdoors, they were happy to have the ceremony.
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Even though we were still apart and at home we took part in the “Camp In” event. Scouts pitched tents in their backyards, camped in their living rooms, camped on their porches…. where ever they chose We had a virtual campfire to get together as a pack for a while that night too.
Our scouts joined others from around the area at the Seneca Valley High School’s STEM Academy.
The pack held the final pack meeting of the year! This one is special for many reasons. First, the boy scouts from Troop 404 attended the meeting in full force and taught the cub scouts knot tying. Santa stopped by and talked to each of the scouts and their siblings. Then, the top 3 popcorn sellers got to pie the leader of their choice with a whipped cream pie. This year was even better because the pies had much more whipped cream than previous years!