Come and Get Your Popcorn!
The popcorn to fill all of your orders is here and waiting to be delivered to your customers! If you put in a popcorn order last week, it is here and ready for you to pick up. Please contact Cubmaster Eddie Osten to do so, email@example.com.
Also, if you haven’t chosen your popcorn prizes yet, please do, ASAP. Let Cubmaster Eddie know what you would like. Everyone that sold $600 automatically gets two Mariner’s tickets.
Great work with popcorn sales this year!!
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 at Holy Rosary.
Bring your knives, scrapers, lights, and anything else you need to make the BEST carved pumpkin. We’ll bring the pumpkins and you bring the tools and the creativity! There will be prizes!!! Wear your Class B shirt if you have one, it might get messy! If you don’t have one yet, that’s OK, we just got a new order and will hand them out at the meeting.
Family and Siblings are welcome and extremely encouraged to join us!
Cast in a Brothers Grimm setting, Troop 360’s Haunted Hike is a community event geared toward youth aged 7-12. As you walk through the scary, dark forest, you will come across a variety of haunted scenes. Some may make you laugh, others will drain you of your courage! Either way, this mysterious trek is sure to get you in the mood for Halloween. Everyone is welcome, so bring your whole family, but please be aware that is can be too scary for some younger hikers.
If you’re up for a hike through the woods and a good old-fashioned scaring, put on your hiking boots and join us for an evening of classics like: grave scenes, monsters jumping out at you from the bushes, creatures ambling through the fog, rabid animals howling in the distance, and yes, perhaps even… zombies!!
Saturday, October 29, 2016, 5:30pm – 8pm
Schoenwald Park (directions)
16030 Sylvester Road SW
Burien, WA 98166
Please direct questions to your Cubmaster or David Ketcherside 206-375-5908 (contact). Boy Scout Troops wanting to create a scene and be part of the hike should also contact David Ketcherside.
Popcorn sales are already coming to an end! This coming Saturday, 10/15, is the last day of the sale. If you have not already done so, please send your popcorn orders to Cubmaster Eddie Osten no later than Saturday. You can scan and email your order form, or just write your order into an email- either way works. Also, if you qualified for any of the prizes, please let me know which prize you would like, I’d hate to guess wrong. Don’t forget, anyone who sold $600 automatically gets two Mariners tickets as a bonus prize!
I will fill any orders that I am able to with the stock we have left on hand, and remaining orders will be filled when the second order of popcorn arrives in about two weeks.
This year’s sale has been going great so far, thanks to everyone for all of their effort. Let’s finish this week strong, and don’t forget to turn in those orders by Saturday! Let me know if you have any questions.
Where: Camp Edward, 2600 Monroe Camp Rd., Snohomish, WA 98290.
Who: Everyone! Old scouts, new scouts, family and siblings. Please no pets!
When: Friday September 23rd @ 5:30 PM check-in, to Sunday May 15th 11:00 AM
Friday Night we have a casual evening as families arrive.
Camping: Bring your tent, sleeping bag and overnight essentials, all meals and cooking gear will be provided by the Pack!
Polar Bear dive: Bring your trunks and a towel for Sunday morning!
Skits: Bring jokes, stories and a positive attitude.
This is a beautiful fully equipped scout camp with all newly remodeled amenities, so it’s great for campers of all experience levels!
If you have not already done so, please rsvp through this e-vite, so we can plan for food accordingly:
If you have any questions, contact George Panger, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Kevin Rice, email@example.com
See you there!
Our first site sale was a huge success, with possibly the most sales ever at more than $1,800! More popcorn sales sign-ups have now been posted, you can find them under the “Popcorn Site Sales Info” link under the “Popcorn!” heading on the website, or use this link: http://pack793.com/popcorn-site-sales-info/ . You can also find general info about site sales here. The Friday 09/30 date is already full, there was a lot of email response for that one. Also, the Saturday 09/24 sign-up has not been posted yet. The campout is also that weekend, making logistics for the site sale difficult. Please contact Cubmaster Eddie Osten directly if you are not going camping and would like to sell popcorn.
Get ready to sell some popcorn! Please take a look at the pack calendar to see the upcoming dates that we will be doing popcorn site sales. So far, only the dates for QFC have been posted, so check again soon, because we are working on adding more locations. A sign-up for shifts at each location will be going out shortly, so stay tuned! Check with Popcorn Kernel Jasen Phelps, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Cubmaster Eddie Osten, email@example.com, if you have any questions.
Join Night and Popcorn Kickoff!
It’s already time for Pack 793’s meetings to start again! On Monday 09/12 at 6:30 pm in the School Hall we will be having our annual Join Night and Popcorn Kickoff. Current scouts and their families should come out to find out about the popcorn program this year and to welcome all the new Cub Scout recruits. If you know anyone interested in Cub Scouting, please invite them to come! For more information, visit our Pack website, www.Pack793.com, or contact Cubmaster Eddie Osten at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey Pack 793,
Get ready for another FABULOUS parade Saturday July 23rd! We will meet on California and Lander at 10:45 AM. The parade starts at 11 AM. We will also have other Packs joining us so please ensure your scouts make a special point to include the other scouts in all the fun!
Our theme for the Parade is:
“This is what makes Cub Scouting FUN!”
We need everyone to work together to create the excitement we have around scouting, from start to finish! We have jobs for everyone, however if your scout would like to bring their bike or cub mobile, please ensure they bring a helmet!
What the Pack will bring:
- Pack 793 Banner
- Fliers to hand out to kids
- Camping Float with Tent and camp fire
- Klondike Sled
What the Scouts need to help with during the parade:
- Handing out candy
- Handing out fliers
- Carrying the banner in the front of the parade
- Singing! These are songs the kids know, so it should be fun!
What the Parents can help with during the parade:
- Ensuring the scouts are staying hydrated
- Helping to pull the Camping Float
- Helping with the portioning of Candy handouts
- Ensuring the scouts are acting in an orderly manner
Please make sure your scouts are in full Class A uniform and ready for a fun time!
See you Saturday!
What: Cub Scout and Holy Rosary Community meal
When: Sunday June 26th – 11:30~2:30
Where: Our Lady Guadalupe gym on 35th
Why: Because as scouts we give back to the community and do a good turn daily
Details: We need 6-8 scouts and 2-3 adults to help come cook a couple hundred burgers and serve them to the community. 95% of the meal is handled by the church – all we need to do is show up, cook a bunch of burgers, have the kids go serve them to the guests. It is pretty easy and you get a free lunch!
Come dressed in Class “A” uniform.
Any questions please contact