Monday, December 21, 2015

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to Scouters everywhere!
Pack 722 receive a nice Thank You letter from the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry for our donation of homemade Christmas crackers.
I think the scouts really enjoy making the crackers which are an excellent community service project.
Dear, Scouts
Thank you for the donation of Christmas crackers in support of the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry.
Since 1982 the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry has worked to extend a helping hand to our neighbors in need. WIFP is a volunteer-driven organization generously supported by our local community.
In October we distributed over 20,000 pounds of groceries during 462 visits serving 922 of our Wakefield neighbors. We couldn't have done it without you!
Maureen Miller
Director of Operations
Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Christmas Caroling

Our annual Pie-Palooza was a great success Friday night!
Next up is our annual Christmas Caroling visit to the Wakefield Care & Rehabilitation Center at 1 Bathol St, off of Spring St in Greenwood. This is that same facility that we've sung at in the past. We'll be meeting in the lobby of the Center. Parking is available in the rear.

Wear you Class A uniform and any Christmas hats you may have.

Monday, December 7, 2015


As a reminder, Pack 722's first annual Holiday Potluck dinner is this Friday, December 11. We're starting early, so please begin to arrive around 5:45pm. Colors and skit will be at 6:00pm sharp, followed by dinner.
Each Den is responsible for a different part of dinner:
Tigers: Appetizers
Wolves: Entree
Bears: Sides
Webelos I: Desserts
Webelos II: Decorations/Entrees

Following dinner, there will be a few announcements, followed by our 5th Annual Pie-Palooza Pie toss! Wakefield's original and best pie toss!

Popcorn prizes will be handed out immediately following the meeting by your Den leaders.

Also, on Monday, December 14 we will be meeting at the Greenwood Nursing and Rehab Center at 90 Greenwood St at 5:45pm for out annual Christmas Caroling program. Wear your Class A uniform and best Christmas/Holiday Hat!