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    PACK NEWS & EVENTS

    We have a great year planned!  We have about five camp outs planned, tons of service projects, fun family activities and of course our BSA National Fundraisers!

    NEW THIS YEAR! It was suggested at committee to see about doing online signups vs. papers that have to be passed back and forth from one leader to treasure back the chair person of the event. 
    Look for online signups through 
    Google Forms and / or  SignUp Genius. 

    Links will be posted on the 
    website, FB Page and Scoutbook Calendar.

    NOTE: There will be revisions to the web page and flyers added throughout the year. These will be posted online and we will do our best to keep you informed. 

    Items are MAY NOT ALWAYS BE in chronological order.

    POSTING ALWAYS IN PROGRESS
  • 2016/08/30 SCHOOL NIGHT FOR SCOUTING SNFS DATE: TIME: LOCATION: COST: CHAIRS: DETAILS: 
    Posted Jun 30, 2016, 7:28 PM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016/09/06 REGULAR DEN MEETINGS START DATE: TIME: LOCATION: COST: CHAIRS: DETAILS: 
    Posted Jun 30, 2016, 7:27 PM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016/09/09 TO 09/10 P241 WELCOME CAMP-OUT DATE: TIME: LOCATION: COST: CHAIRS: DETAILS: 
    Posted Jun 30, 2016, 7:24 PM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016/09/17 CUB SCOUT LEARNING ADVENTURE WORKDAY (CLAW) DATE: TIME: LOCATION: COST: CHAIRS: DETAILS: 
    Posted Jun 30, 2016, 7:23 PM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016/09/30 TO 10/02 EVERGLADES DISTRICT FALL FAMILY CAMP-OUT DATE: TIME: LOCATION: COST: CHAIRS: DETAILS: 
    Posted Jun 30, 2016, 7:22 PM by Cub Scout Pack 241
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2016-2017 Training Opportunities

  • 2016-2017 Outdoor Leader Skills (OLS) Introduction of Outdoor Leader Skills (S11)COST: $30DETAILS: Part of basic training for Scoutmasters/Assistant Scoutmasters and fulfills the Webelos Outdoor Leader specific for the Webelos Den Leader training award, this course (S11) is open to anyone who camps with the Scouts. If you would like a basic introduction to the outdoor skills used in the Scouting program, you are most welcome--no matter where you are presently in Scouting. The training is $30 and includes breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday. It also includes cracker barrel snacks and all training materials. Fees are transferrable but not refundable.Please bring part A&B of the BSA medical form, a personal tent, sleeping bag--what ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:52 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016-2017 Cub Scout BB & Archery Certification Cub Scout BB & Archery CertificationDATES: 12/03/2016; 02/11/2017; 05/20/2017LOCATION: Tanah KeetaCOST: TBDCHAIR: Stan Oblaczynski stano-scouts@comcast.netGet Certificated and learn the new rules to the Cub Scout Shooting Sports programNew Cub Scout Shooting Sports AwardsHave you heard about the newCub Scout Shooting Sports Awards?  The requirements were recently released and posted onScouting’s program updates page.Because the BB gun and Archery belt loops and pins are no longer available, Cub Scouts needed a new way to be recognized for this shooting sports achievementsWhile the program is brand new, a couple of things haven’t changed.Shooting sports are only allowed at district ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:50 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016-2017 Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO) Register so you can take your pack camping! Starts at 9 at the Ponderosa campsite. Please bring a camp chair, pencil and paper, water bottle and sunscreen. Ends at 3 p.m.LOCATION: Tanah Keeta Scout Camp - Ponderosa Campsite (Tentitive)TIME: 9 AM to 3 PMCOST: TBDDATES: TBD - Usually offered twice a year during the Fall Family and Spring Family Camp Out
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:47 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2017 Wood Badge Wood Badge 2017Welcome to Wood Badge, the ultimate leadership training program for the adult leaders of the Boy Scouts of America. Experience Week #1 of 2 which reflects the best of nearly a century of Scouting experience. This course draws upon the most current leadership models used by corporate America, academic circles, and successful outdoor leadership organizations throughout the country. Join us and discover the best of the traditions and experiences of Wood Badge and explore the latest in leadership theory and team development.C: Tom Sennott, Wood Badge Course DirectorE: tomsennott@gmail.comWood Badge SR-S4-85-17February 17, 2017 to February 19REGISTER TODAYFebruary 17-19, 2017Tanah Keeta Scout Reservation (Tequesta)March ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:39 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016 University of Scouting Are you ready for the challenge? Training for ALL levels of Scouting! Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venture leaders as well as youth opportunities. Don't miss this opportunity!$20 early bird rate begins May 1, and ends August 14, 2016.Register for only $30 until September 10.Lunch and a full day of training is included.Late registration is $40 per peson. (Lunch is not guaranteed and class selection is limited.)Watch for the University Scheduling Guide to appear here soon!https://www.gulfstreamcouncil.org/UoS2016C: Rhonda L Park, Council Training ChairE: rhondapark@yahoo.comP: (561) 358-4612 University of Scouting September 24, 2016REGISTER TODAY University of ScoutingSeptember 23, 2017Attached is the University of ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:36 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016-2017 Fundamentals of Trianing The Fundamentals of Training is the BSA’s basic training course intended for youth and adult trainers. Designed to introduce Scouting trainers to the BSA teaching techniques and skills. Upon completion trainers will be able to apply the techniques learned across the BSA’s leadership programs, from unit-level youth leader training taught by youth for youth, to position-specific and supplemental training for adult leaders such as Wood Badge staff.Course content includes:Why and How We Train LeadersCharacteristics of Good TrainersHow People LearnFlip Chart & Power Point presentationsTraining Methods.Click Day Trainings to register for this training at the Gulf Stream Council Service Center.https://www.gulfstreamcouncil.org/fundamental8335 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:34 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241
  • 2016-2017 Trainer's EDGE The Trainer’s EDGE course is designed to provide and help develop the platform skills of a trainer, youth and adult, emphasizing the EDGE method of training. Following The Fundamentals of Training, it is the second in the series of the national Train-the Trainer Continuum. While meant to supplement the practice offered through Wood Badge and the NYLT staff development, trainers at all levels should take this course. We focus on the participant while raising the level of skill of the trainer. The Trainer’s EDGE is required training for Wood Badge and NYLT staff.Course content includes:The Trainer’s EDGE modelCommunicatingTraining Preparation – Logistics – Media – MethodsParticipant Topic PresentationsYou must register at least five days ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 9:30 AM by Cub Scout Pack 241
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The Cub Scout Core Values are now the 12 Points of the Scout Law

Scout Law for August
is Courteous
Courteous

August's point of the Scout Law, Courteous, will use the theme, S'MORE CUB SCOUT FUN

A SCOUT IS Courteous: A Scout is courteous. A Scout is polite to everyone regardless of age or position. He knows that using good manners makes it easier for people to get a long.

HOW DOES “S'MORE CUB SCOUT FUN” RELATE TO THIS POINT OF THE SCOUT LAW? Summertime is a great time to get outside and to have S’more Cub Scout Fun! This month, enjoy one of the last summer evenings at a pack campfire. Cub Scouts can experience fun activities before the campfire, a campfire full of songs, skits, awards and great memories. At the campfire, the Cub Scouts will treat each other with politeness because they know that is how they want to be treated. 
 
A SCOUT IS 
COURTEOUS
Baden Powell said:
A SCOUT IS COURTEOUS: That is, he is polite to all—but especially to women and children and old people and invalids, cripples, etc. And he must not take any reward for being helpful or courteous..
(Scouting for Boys, 1908)

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