Cub Scouts had the opportunity to earn the Bicycle Belt Loop with the Pack while participating in the Pack Bike Rally at Mishawaka’s Buetter Park in September. Scouts learned about bicycle safety and had fun riding with friends and family.
Iron Horse is the big fall scouting event for La Salle Council at Potato Creek State Park. Take part in hiking, biking, geo-caching, earn badges, carve a pumpkin, and more! The pack will arrange for us to camp together and participate in the council activities on Saturday.
You can stay the whole weekend, arriving Friday night and leaving Sunday morning. The pack will arrange for campsites and provide meals, for a cost of $40. To camp for the weekend, you must pay and sign up in advance with Tim Wyatt. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you are unable to stay for the weekend, you can come just for the activities at the park during the day on Saturday, which will cost $5 payable on-site.
Complete information is in the Iron Horse Flyer
Potato Creek State Park is located 35 mins from SPX Church:
25601 State Route 4 North Liberty, IN 46554
Event Leader: Tim Wyatt (email@example.com)
Due to poor weather on Sep 21st, the Family Bike Rally has been delayed until Sep 28th at 3PM.
Get ready for a new year of Scouting!
The first fall meeting for Pack 10 will be Monday, August 25th at
6:30PM in the St. Pius Gym. Cub Scouting is open to all boys in grades
1-5. It doesn’t matter what school you attend, just come and join the
We have all sorts of active fun planned for the coming year — biking,
camping, fishing, rock climbing, an airplane contest, pinewood derby
At the August meeting, boys will split up into dens to get to know
their leaders, get started on advancement, and play some fun games.
Adults are invited to stay to meet the pack leadership, learn about
the schedule of activities for the year, and complete registration
paperwork. Yearly dues of $50 can be paid by check at this meeting.
If you have a friend interested in scouting, please invite them to
come along and join the fun. If you can’t come but would like more
information, please contact the pack committee chair, Douglas Thain,
For more information:
The 30th Anniversary of the Survive Alive House took place on Saturday, May 17th. Pack 10 was there to tour the Hannah Lindahl Museum, and also had the opportunity to go inside the Survive Alive House. Firefighters were there to instruct children on how to safely exit a burning house. There was also an obstacle course, drawings, refreshments, and an opportunity to sit in the driver’s seat of a real fire truck!