Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Den 6 Pack 33, Tigers 2017-2018 Schedule




These events are subject to change or things added to them. I will be consistently updating this. Please feel free to bookmark this post if you need to. 


September 2017 
13th // Pack Meeting // 7pm-8pm
18th //Den and Parent Meeting// 6:45pm-8pm 

October 2017 (Tigers in the Wild)
1st //Street Festival// All Day- our time slot will be revealed soon
2nd // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm  

14-15th Fall Campout, Washington Monument SP, 

Bobcat Requirement and Rank
Tiger in the Wild,2, 3C, 4, 5.

16th // Den meeting// 6:45pm-8pm

* Please bring in two different leaves tomorrow for requirement 6. We will be doing a craft with them! Parents, please prepare to help your child with their craft! 

What will be covering is: 3a, 3b, 6- Tigers in the Wild, Learn a camp song! "be prepared", Team Tiger 2: cubs sign up for pledge of allegiance + oath

28th- // Tiger Hunt (optional)// 1-5pm

November 2017 (Team Tiger) 
4th- Scouting for food- bag distribution
4th- Troop Pancake Dinner//optional and a way to support the boy scouts and get yummy food!
6th  // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm
10th // Veterans Day Ceremony in Takoma Park  // 1:30-2:30pm
11th // Scouting for Food Drop Off // All Throughout the Day*
15th // Pack Meeting // 7-8pm
20th // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm

* my girl scout + cub scout siblings, you can bring yours to the girl scout meeting as well.

December 2017 (Tiger Bites)
4th // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm 
9th  // Pack Ice Skating // 6pm            (Happy Birthday Kai)
This is a reminder about Pack 33’s cleanup project this Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 2:30–4:00 p.m. In completing the project, we hope to earn the William T. Hornaday Unit Award. We’ll begin promptly at 2:30 with a 20-minute Pack Meeting and project briefing. After a little work is done, refreshments will be served to keep energy and morale at optimal levels.
In addition to providing cheerful service and fulfilling the part of the Scout Oath, “to help other people at all times,” one of the primary purposes of the project is to demonstrate our commitment to conservation with an effort that improves the environment and preserves our shared natural resources. We can only earn the Hornaday Unit Award if 60% of Pack participates, so it’s very important for everyone to show up! Parents and siblings are invited to help, too, and specific considerations for a successful outcome are covered below my signature block.

Yours in Scouting,

Location and Logistics
The site is located across the street from one of our Scout families, the Koppels, who live at 400 Circle Avenue, Takoma Park, Maryland (see attached map). The Koppels have offered to open their house to helpers who need access to a bathroom. All Scouts and other youth will need to be driven to and from the cleanup site by their parents or other trusted adult. There should be ample parking along Elm, Circle, and Woodland avenues. All family members are invited to participate. Refreshments will be served from 3:00–3:30.
Safety Issues
Minor hazards include the potential for cuts and scrapes from trash or vegetation, e.g., roundleaf greenbrier. Poison ivy grows in the area, but exposure is less of a risk at this time of year with the leaves gone. All helpers should wear closed-toe shoes or boots, long pants, and long-sleeve shirts. Work gloves will be provided, but if you have your own feel free to bring them. Downed trees present trip hazards, which can be easily avoided. Other plants are more of a nuance than a danger, such as weeds with hitchhiker seeds like beggar’s lice, devil’s beggarticks, greater burdock, and hairy beggarticks. The Pack’s first-aid kit will be on hand at the refreshment stand. Pack 33 will follow the BSA’s policies and procedures for safe Scouting.
Weather Concerns
The forecast is calling for around 40°F with a chance of rain at this point. The project will not be postponed or canceled due to mild inclement weather. Canopies will be set up to provide some shelter from rain or snow. All helpers should wear appropriate attire for the weather conditions. In the event of severe weather conditions, the activity will be canceled.



18th // Den Meeting- Holiday Party// 6:45pm-8pm 

January 2018 (Games Tigers Play)
8th // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm 
15th MLK Service Project (optional)
20th// Pack Splash Pool  // 2-5pm 
22nd // Den Meeting  // 6:45pm-8pm

February 2018 (Duty to God) 
5th // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm 
10th // PWD workshop  //12-5pm
11th Scout Sunday (optional)
19th  // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm
24th// Pinewood Derby  // All Day- our time slot will be revealed closer to the date

March 2018 (Backyard Jungle) 
5th // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm 
10th // Blue and Gold // 5-7:30pm
19th  // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm

April 2018 (Good Knights)
2nd  // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm
16th  // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm
21st-22nd// Spring Campout, Cedarville
28th// Sweep the Creek

May 2018 (Safe and Smart)
7th// Den Meeting (or 30th and 14th)  // 6:45pm-8pm
16th// Pack Meeting // 7-8pm
21st // Den Meeting // 6:45pm-8pm

June 2018-- End of the year
4th// Den Party  // 6:45pm-8pm 
9th// End of Year Picnic  // 4-7pm

Pack Leader Meetings:
Sunday, September 10, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor
Sunday, October 8, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor
Sunday, November 5, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor
Sunday, January 7, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor
Sunday, February 4, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor
Sunday, March 4, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor
Sunday, April 1, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor
Sunday, May 6, 7:30 – 9:00 pm TPPC Library, 2nd Floor

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