Pack 10 enjoyed taking in a Notre Dame hockey game on January 7th. Two scouts even got to present the colors for the national anthem! Please thanks the Collins family for arranging the outing.
To begin the season of Advent, Pack 10 enjoyed a “holy hike” at the University of Notre Dame. Fr. Doyle took us to a variety of historic sites, where we offered prayers and songs for the season, and then enjoyed treats and hot chocolate afterwards. Please thank Mr. Clairmont for arranging the outing.
Nearly 100 scouts and families joined the Iron Horse campout at Potato Creek State Park! We enjoyed the outdoors all weekend long, including the Iron Horse hike, a giant kickball game, roasting marshmallow around the campfire, and even an outdoor mass on Saturday night. Thanks to all of the leaders and parents who chipped in to make it happen, and see you again next year!
(Webelos den getting ready for the Iron Horse Hike)
Popcorn sales support pack activities throughout the year. We ask every scout in grades 1-5 to contribute by selling some amount of popcorn. (Lion scouts are not required to do fundraising.) In addition, if a scout sells more than $250, Pack 10 will waive the cost for the scout to participate in the spring outing to Kalamazoo. (A paying parent will still need to attend with the scout.)
To sell popcorn door to door:
To sell popcorn online:
We are off to a fun new year of scouting! We had a great turnout of new people at our first pack meeting. Please give us a few days to sort through the paperwork and get everyone added to the mailing list. Your den leader will contact you shortly to set up the first den meetings.
If you were unable to come to the first meeting, it’s no problem, you can still join up. Here is what you need to do:
If you have any questions that weren’t answered at the kickoff, contact Douglas Thain (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Join Cub Scout Pack 10 for fun, friends, and adventure!
Our scouts go camping, biking, hiking, climbing, fishing, and more. Every month, we have a pack meeting (large group), den meetings (small groups), and at least one outing. Boys learn about character, citizenship, and their community through fun activities All boys in grades K-5 are welcome to join — it doesn’t matter what school or church you attend.
To join up, come to our first pack meeting of the school year, Monday, August 28th, 2016 at 6:30 PM in the auxiliary gym of St. Pius X Catholic Church, 52553 Fir Rd, Granger, IN 46530. (Or contact Douglas Thain (email@example.com) to join up any other time of the year.)
Dues are $50/year, which includes membership in the national BSA organization, participation in all den and pack meetings, all badges and awards earned, the Pinewood Derby, and the Blue & Gold Banquet. Some of our larger monthly outings (like camping or climbing) have an additional cost.
Our April pack meeting was held around a campfire on a beautiful spring night. We recognized all of our scouts who have earned their badges of rank, and said farewell to our graduating Webelos scouts, moving on to Boy Scouts. Everyone enjoyed marshmallows around the fire afterward.
The fun continues this summer with camping at Topenebee and our Submarine outing. Pack meetings resume with the school year in August.