Saturday, July 4, 2020

BSA recalls Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Pins

BSA recalls Cub Scout Outdoor Activity pins sold between April 2016 and January 2020

July 1, 2020  

The Boy Scouts of America today announced a voluntary recall of Cub Scout Outdoor Activity pins that depict a gold animal paw painted on a blue background sold between April 2016 and January 2020.

The pins were sold at local Scout Shops, authorized BSA distributors and online at scoutshop.org. About 78,000 pins are affected although about 12% of the affected units are in inventory and have never been sold or distributed.

No injuries have been reported as a result of the affected pins, and the BSA has identified and fixed the problem that led to the recall. The recall was prompted when a regular quality assurance the BSA implements through a third-party testing lab indicated that parts of the pin's face and shaft contained levels of lead above limits set by the federal government.

Families with a recalled pin should stop using it immediately. They're entitled to an exchange or refund, even if they no longer have a receipt or the original tag.

How to tell whether you have a recalled pin

The recall applies to Cub Scout Outdoor Activity lapel pins. Other activity pins are not included in the recall.

If you threw away the receipt, that's OK. If you purchased the pin between April 2016 and January 2020, follow the instructions below or visit your local Scout Shop.

What to do if you have a recalled pin

Families with a recalled pin should stop using it immediately.

Even if you no longer have a receipt, you are eligible for an exchange or refund.

Return the product to any Scout Shop or directly to the BSA's National Distribution Center in Charlotte, N.C.

Instructions for returns can be found at this link.

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Update for Hikes and a new one added for this weekend


We had a couple of people attend last Saturday's Hike.  I heard it was a great time.

Please note - if you plan on attending the hikes, we are changing the deadline to contact Mr. Pothier to Thursday night at 5 pm.  This will ensure that he has time to coordinate the car rides.

On these hikes - there will probably be no public bathrooms.  

We have added another hike this Saturday June 20th called Leslie's Retreat. We will meet in Salem at the parking lot on Federal and Church St across from the Peabody Essex Museum at 7:45 am.  Plan to leave some cars there and drive others to the start in Marblehead.  It is approximately 5-6 miles long, with no public bathrooms and we anticipate it taking 4-5.5 hours to complete.  Again, if you wish to join us, please email Mr. Pothier at guggins@yahoo.com so that he will know whom to expect.  Make sure to be prepared for the weather and carry enough water.

Don't forget this weekend is our Spring "Camping" in our own backyards.  

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

Monday, June 15, 2020

Outdoor Activity Award

In addition to the Summertime Pack Award, many of our scouts earn the Outdoor activity award.  This award starts with the completion of a resident or day camp provided by BSA.  The second is completing a required adventure from the Scout handbook (usually done through the Scout year).  The third step is completing an additional 4, 5, 6 or 7 outdoor activities (Tiger, Wolf, Bear and Webelos, respectively).   We have attached the normal requirement sheet to this email for your convenience.  Make sure to mark off and take photos of your completion.  Email your den leaders with questions!

With the difficulty/uncertainty of completing summer camp this year, our Pack has prepared our own guidelines for requirements to fulfill the summer camp portion. The Scouts would have to complete all 5 Alternate Summer Camp Activities to satisfy the Summer Camp requirement.  They would then have to complete step 2 and 3 to achieve the award.   This option will be used if a Scout can't make it to a summer camp this year (there will be some camps around but the enrollment will be scaled back).

Alternative Summer Camp Activities (Must complete all 5 and please send pictures to your den leader for each item)

2. Make a fort 
3. Practice working on 3 Knots (attachment as well as these videos https://www.animatedknots.com/scouting-knots )
4. Camp out 2 nights throughout the summer (in addition to Father's Day weekend)  Preferably in your backyard, but if you have restrictions, discuss it with your den leader to figure out what can work for you.
5. Earn one elective (listed below) involving the outdoors for your new rank (Remember you just crossed over)

Tigers
Floats and Boats
Good Knights
Rolling Tigers
Sky is the Limit
Tiger Tag

Wolf
Air of the Wolf
Digging in the Past
Finding Your Way
Germs Alive
Grow Something

Bear
A Bear Goes Fishing
Bear Picnic Basket
Forensics
Make it Move
Salmon Run

Webelos/AOL
Aquanaut
Cast Away
Earth Rocks
Into the Wild
Into the Woods

We hope you all have a great outdoor summer!

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Rank Up/Recruiting/Summer Pack Activities

Good Evening Pack!

We hope you are all doing well and are ready for Summer.  Typically by this point we have had our rank up ceremony and about to host our recruiting Round Up on the common.  However, due to delays and cancellations, we have not been able to do either.


Rank Ups - we are waiting for the advancements to be mailed out.  Once we have them, den leaders will be reaching out to each family to determine the best way to present them to your Scout.  Once everyone has received their advancements, we will be putting together a slideshow in order to congratulate all Scouts for not only ranking up but a few special awards as well.  Be on the lookout for correspondence from your den leader and the Pack.


Recruiting - We are in the process of purchasing some lawn signs.  When your den leader delivers your Scouts advancements - if you would be willing to have one on your property, we would appreciate it.  Not being able to have an in person recruiting event is tough.  However, through word of mouth (TELL YOUR FRIENDS) and placing these signs, we hope for many new scouts in the fall!



Summer Activities - as usual we will be hosting a number of summer activities. REMEMBER: you must participate in one activity each month (June, July and August) to qualify for the Summertime Pack Award.  These events are on our Pack Calendar.  Make sure to watch the calendar for updates or changes.

The first June event technically has passed, however, feel free to do this on your own time.  There was plenty of trash just around the parking lot.  

All park cleanups are in person events, if your family is not comfortable in a group setting, please feel free to do it on your own time. but will generally start them at 9am when Mr. Pothier is in attendance.   The Scouts should be encouraged to carry the 6 essentials in a backpack.  Items not to collect as trash by the Scouts would be but not limited to glass, clothes and needles.  A picture of the Scout at the park during the cleanup is needed and required to be sent to Mr. Pothier ( guggins@yahoo.com) and their den leader. 

The younger scouts have the opportunity to enjoy short hikes in the Town Forest June and July and the longer Pirate Trek hike in August.   

The 3 - 10 mile hikes are designed for older scouts, AOL and Webelos.   Because these are new hikes to us, we don't know much about them including food, water and bathroom stops.  Food and water will have to be carried for the hike.  The first 2, larger hikes, have to be planned out as far as travel because they are point to point hikes and not circular.   If you please to go, please email Mr. Pothier so that he can expect you.  This requires members to reach out to Mr. Pothier so we can coordinate the logistics of car rides or biking from the end back to the start.   We will have to adhere to face coverings and social distancing rules.....neckerchiefs are great for this practice.  

All BSA historical hike hikers have the opportunity to earn a trail patch and medal. 

June 

7th      Sunday - Mapleway Town Forest Cleanup 9am start  
13th    Saturday - Witch Trail 8am start, 10 mile Danvers to Salem 5-7.5 hrs. - Remember to email Mr. Pothier by 5pm the night before so that he can expect you.
20-21 Sat-Sun - Pack Backyard Campout - Make sure to take a photo and send it to Mr. Pothier and your Den leader. 

July

4th.         Saturday - Sons of Liberty Trail 8am start, 10 mile Lex. To Concord 5-7.5 hrs  Remember to email Mr. Pothier by 5pm the night before so that he can expect you.
10-11th.  FRIDAY-Sat. - USS Constitution Sleepover 4-5pm arrival? - This is still unknown, we are waiting for a response from the Constitution if we can participate or not, we will email out once we know more.
11th       Saturday - Clean Grounds at a School of your choice
25th.       Saturday - JJ Round Park Town Forest cleanup 9am start

August

3-7th      Mon-Fri - Wakefield Summer Camp 8am - 6pm - Register with council
9th.         Sunday - Colonel Connelly Park cleanup 9am start
10-14th. Mon-Fri - Wakefield Stem Camp 8am - 6pm - Register with council
15th.       Sunday  - Pilgrim Trail Hike 8am start, 10 mile Plymouth Ma. 5-7.5 hrs  Remember to email Mr. Pothier by 5pm the night before so that he can expect you.
29th.      Saturday  - Upper and Lower Commons cleanup 
30th.      Sunday  - Pirate Trek Hike 9am start, 4 miles, 2-3.5 hrs Remember to email Mr. Pothier by 5pm the night before so that he can expect you.


We are looking forward to seeing you this summer!  If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

Saturday, May 9, 2020

Fwd: Can you help recruit some Scouts??


Council is looking for some scouts to help.  They are avoiding using Facebook and mass emails to hope to keep it a surprise.  If your family wishes to participate, there is a registration link on the bottom.


Join our Scout Shout-Out Video to Randy Price

After 37 years in the news business, long-time supporter of Scouting, Randy Price from WCVB Chanel 5 is concluding his career (Randy doesn't like the word retirement).

As a surprise, The Spirit of Adventure Council will be putting together a special Good Morning Eye Opener shout out to Randy on Monday, May 11 at 4pm.  We are inviting as many Scouts as possible to participate in this special tribute. We will be sending out more specific details to those that rsvp, so please take a moment to do so.  The message will be recorded on our GoToMeeting platform.  Everyone should be in Scout uniform.  To participate, you'll need to have the capability to video chat with a working microphone.

And remember, don't tell him... it's a surprise!

Here's the link to RSVP - https://scoutspirit.doubleknot.com/event/randy-price/2677052

 

 

Jonathan Pleva | Director of Field Service/COO

The Spirit of Adventure Council, BSA

617-272-3525 phone

www.scoutspirit.org

 

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Sunday, April 19, 2020

April Pack Meeting

Good Evening Scouts & Scout Families.

We hope all are doing well!  Since we were unable to hold our in person Pack meeting this past Thursday, your leaders gathered on zoom tonight to hold a virtual meeting for you.  Please watch this video with your scouts as it has information about derby winners as well as some information regarding various Pack activities. 
Virtual Scavenger Hunt attached.


Please reach out to us if you need anything and we look forward to seeing you all very soon!

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Pack 722 Response to COVID-19

As we are sure you are all aware, COVID-19 is causing many events to be cancelled and postponed.

Current CDC guidance as well as guidance from the State and Town of Wakefield includes canceling of all large group events.

With this in mind, due to the State of Emergency in the Commonwealth and out of an abundance of caution, Pack 722 is suspending all Pack meetings and programs effective Saturday, March 14. The Pack will advise when meetings and programming will resume. 

Individual den's may be holding small meetings depending on the weather and schedules.  Please use your family's best judgement whether you should attend.

At this time, District Pinewood derby is also postponed and we will let you know the new date, as soon as it is available.

YIS,
Your Pack Committee 

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Pinewood Derby Update

Hello Pack722,

Thank you everyone for participating in a fantastic day of pinewood derby racing! It was great to see all of the scouts treating each other with respect and good sportsmanship. 

I have posted all of the results from the races on the website. Click on this link to visit the page.

*Note: During the separate races for family and leaders, due to a glitch in the software, we lost the standings for the family race. Hopefully you took note of the standings when you were present. If anyone has a picture of the family race results, please email it to neal.michael.ellis@gmail.com or text it to 6174480624 and we will post it.

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

Pinewood Derby Results!



Monday, March 2, 2020

Final Derby Information!

Its finally here, this weekend is our big Derby Race.

Weigh In
The Derby Weigh In will be Friday March 6 from 6:30-8pm (sorry no early check ins).  No cars will be allowed to be checked in on Saturday March 7th (derby day).  All cars will be kept overnight at the church.  If you personally cannot attend the weigh in, please give your car to someone who can check it in for you.  No Uniforms are required.

No car can weigh more that 5 ounces. The Pack uses one scale to record the Official weight. All cars are checked in using that one scale to keep things even.  We will have a few tools and graphite to make minor adjustments to your cars if necessary.  

Derby Day
Our Annual Derby will be held at the Church on Saturday March 7th.  Races are held by rank.  Please make sure to arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time, we do not wait for everyone to arrive.  This is a Class A uniform event.  We will have a Concession Stand, however if the scouts can bring their water bottles, we are actively trying to be more conservation minded as a Pack.  Even if you cannot attend the day, your car can race!

·         AOL 9-9:45
·         Weblos 9:45-10:45
·         Bear 10:45-11:30
·         Wolf 11:30-12:30
·         Tiger 12:30-1:15
·         Lion 1:15-1:45
·         Family 1:45-?


See you all ready to race!

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

Battleship Cove Sleepover Event - Time Sensitive

On May 9th, we are planning a visit to Battleship Cove. Spending an overnight on board one of the mightiest defenders of freedom truly is an unforgettable experience.  

Although Battleship Massachusetts was designed to carry 1,800 men, she typically carried nearly 2,300 on board throughout the war. Steaming more than 225,000 miles over four long years, Big Mamie rotated her crew frequently, hosting more than 6,000 different officers and crew by 1945.

You'll be sleeping exactly where these men slept: in authentic sailors' racks.  Built of tough cotton canvas stretched across a sturdy aluminum frame, these racks will give you a firsthand feel of what it was like to be a sailor in World War II.  Upon arriving to the museum, campers are led to their assigned bunkrooms where they may stow their sleeping bags and belongings. 

If you're lucky, your average hotel might throw in a complimentary continental breakfast with your lodging fee, but at Battleship Cove we give you breakfast and dinner. All meals are served "chow style" in the original Officers' Wardroom on board USS Massachusetts.  Campers then partake in a number of activities such as the new "Kilroy IS Here" scavenger hunt,  story teller,  feature films, play the game Battleship aboard a battleship, have a set of your own dog tags made, and much more.  


Due to the restrictions with registration, we need to cut off the sign ups on Saturday March 7th.  This is open to current enrolled scouts and their parent/guardians (sorry no siblings).  Total cost is $69 per person.  A deposit of $35 per person is due by Saturday March 7th.  We will not be able to hold your reservation if the deposit is not paid.


Please use the attached sign up to register. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094CA9AC2BA0F58-battleship


Payment can be made to either Rose or Jessica at the Derby Check In or at the Derby itself.  Cash or Check made out to Pack 722 will be accepted.


Thank you!


YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Arrow of LIght Ceremony and Crossover Saturday February 29th

This Saturday, February 29th, at 7pm our Arrow of Light scouts will be awarded their highest award in cub scouts.  In addition, they will be officially crossing over into the Boy Scout troop. The entire Pack in invited, but not required, to attend.  Please note, this is a formal ceremony and may not be suited for some of our younger scouts.  

We ask that all Webelos 1 scouts attend to present the flags.

Since this is a formal ceremony, proper Class A uniforms are required including either scout pants or khakis.

We look forward to celebrating the achievements of our AOL scouts.

YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Sledding - Canceled



Unfortunately, due to the lack of snow, we have made the decision to cancel the sledding event that was to be held on Sunday February 23rd.  Sorry for the inconvenience.  Our next event is the Arrow of Light Ceremony on Saturday February 29th at 7pm.

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Fwd: Save the Date - Wednesday February 5th Dine Out @ Fuddruckers

Don't forget to join us tonight at Fuddruckers.  Bring your flyers and remember to tell your friends and family!

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

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From: CubScout PackSevenTwoTwo <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jan 28, 2020 at 11:47 AM
Subject: Fwd: Save the Date - Wednesday February 5th Dine Out @ Fuddruckers
To: Cub Scout Pack 722 <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>



Just a reminder that our Dine out event is about a week away.  Please share the flyer with friends and family!

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From: CubScout PackSevenTwoTwo <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Jan 6, 2020 at 1:06 PM
Subject: Save the Date - Wednesday February 5th Dine Out @ Fuddruckers
To: Cub Scout Pack 722 <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>


We are excited to announce that we are hosting a fundraiser on Wednesday, February 5th in our Reading location. Attached please find the fundraising flyers to distribute to your friends and family.  They will accept physical or digital copies of the flyer on the night of your event.  We will have hard copies of the flyer at our Pack meeting on the 16th.

Few quick notes:

-Please note, flyers may not be handed out at the door or inside/outside the restaurant on the evening of your event.

-Both dine-in and take-out orders are eligible so let your supporters know!

-Start promoting as much in advance as possible. Send email blasts, post on your FB and Instagram pages, send home hard copies of the flyer. Share on other social media sites (local town Facebook pages, etc).

-Please wear your Class A uniforms to dinner.


We will be able to answer any questions your might have at the Pack meeting on the 16th.


Happy Monday

YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Fwd: Save the Date - Wednesday February 5th Dine Out @ Fuddruckers


Just a reminder that our Dine out event is about a week away.  Please share the flyer with friends and family!

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: CubScout PackSevenTwoTwo <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Jan 6, 2020 at 1:06 PM
Subject: Save the Date - Wednesday February 5th Dine Out @ Fuddruckers
To: Cub Scout Pack 722 <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>


We are excited to announce that we are hosting a fundraiser on Wednesday, February 5th in our Reading location. Attached please find the fundraising flyers to distribute to your friends and family.  They will accept physical or digital copies of the flyer on the night of your event.  We will have hard copies of the flyer at our Pack meeting on the 16th.

Few quick notes:

-Please note, flyers may not be handed out at the door or inside/outside the restaurant on the evening of your event.

-Both dine-in and take-out orders are eligible so let your supporters know!

-Start promoting as much in advance as possible. Send email blasts, post on your FB and Instagram pages, send home hard copies of the flyer. Share on other social media sites (local town Facebook pages, etc).

-Please wear your Class A uniforms to dinner.


We will be able to answer any questions your might have at the Pack meeting on the 16th.


Happy Monday

YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Scout Sundays - please respond if want to assist on 2/2 ASAP



Scout Sunday's
Sunday February 2nd:

Scout Sunday @ Saint Joseph Parish in Wakefield 9 am mass.  Please wear your Class A uniforms.  Our Tiger Den leader, Dan Hubbard and Leader Rose Giglio, will be there to meet you.  Typically there are reserved seating on the right side of the church.  If anyone would be interested in participate in the mass, please let us know.

Sunday, February 9th:

Scout Sunday @ First Parish Church in Wakefield 10:30 am service.  Please wear your Class A uniforms.  Our Asst Cubmaster, Brad Wagner, will be there to meet you.

YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Friday, January 17, 2020

Pinewood Derby - IMPORTANT INFORMATION & RULES

Good Morning Pack,

Attached you will find this year's Pinewood Derby rules.  If you have any questions, please first go to your den leader.  If additional information is needed, please let me know.  

At weigh in, if your scout's car does not meet one of the requirements, we will ask you to fix it prior to being allowing to finalize check in on Friday night.  These rules are important so that if everyone is on an equal playing field.  In addition, should you win for your rank level, you will then be able to move on to Districts and maybe Nationals.

Derby Workshop
Our annual Pinewood Derby Workshop is Saturday, January 25.  No Uniforms are required.

Times are broken down by Den:

o   Lions/Tigers-       Any time

o   Wolfs                    9:00 to 10:00

o   Bears                    10:00 to 11:00

o   AOL/Webelos     11:00 to 12:30

o   Anyone                12:30 to 1:30


The address is 38 Wiley St, which runs off of Water St. Go around back to the basement bulkhead.

Ideally your scout should have a design in mind, but we can help with ideas if necessary.  You won't finish the car at the workshop but you'll get a head start on it.

If you did not receive your pinewood kit at the Pack Meeting, check with your Den Leader so we can get it to you.  For anyone interested in racing in the family race, we do have a few extra kits available for sale or you can purchase one at the Scout Shop.

Weigh In
The Derby Weigh In will be Friday March 6th.  Time information will follow but please note, no cars will be allowed to be checked in on Saturday March 7th (derby day).  All cars will be kept overnight at the church.  If you personally cannot attend the weigh in, please give your car to someone who can check it in for you.  No Uniforms are required.

No car can weigh more that 5 ounces. The Pack uses one scale to record the Official weight. All cars are checked in using that one scale to keep things even.  We will have a few tools and graphite to make minor adjustments to your cars if necessary.  

Derby Day
Our Annual Derby will be held at the Church on Saturday March 7th.  Races are held by den.  Please make sure to arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time, we do not wait for everyone to arrive.  This is a Class A uniform event.  We will have a Concession Stand.  Even if you cannot attend the day, your car can race!


·         AOL 9-9:45

·         Weblos 9:45-10:45

·         Bear 10:45-11:30

·         Wolf 11:30-12:30

·         Tiger 12:30-1:15

·         Lion 1:15-1:45

·         Family 1:45-?



Looking forward to a great race season.


YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Monday, January 13, 2020

Pack Meeting 1/16 - Dutton Center - Derby Workshop - Scout Sunday's - Dine Out


Pack Meeting
This Thursday, January 16th at 6:30 pm will be our next Pack meeting.  Please arrive 10 minutes early as we have a full night ahead of us.  We will be having a guest speaker, so the meeting is anticipating to last 1.5 hours.  The sooner we can start, the sooner we will be done. We will be celebrating our Blue and Gold, this is the celebration of the birthday of scouting.  We will be having cake!

In addition, we will be passing out the pinewood derby kits.  If you cannot attend the meeting, make sure to reach out to your den leader to receive your kit.



Dutton Center
On Monday January 20th, we will be meeting at the Dutton Center on Main St in Greenwood at 10:30am for our annual Martin Luther King Day program.  The scouts will be performing skits, songs and playing games with the clients. It should last roughly an hour.  Please have the dress in their Class A scout uniform.  We hope to see everyone there!


Derby Workshop
Our annual Pinewood Derby Workshop is Saturday, January 25.

The times are broken down by Den:

o   Lions/Tigers-       Any time

o   Wolfs                    9:00 to 10:00

o   Bears                    10:00 to 11:00

o   AOL/Webelos     11:00 to 12:30

o   Anyone                12:30 to 1:30


The address is 38 Wiley St, which runs off of Water St. Go around back to the basement bulkhead.

Ideally your scout should have a design in mind, but we can help with ideas if necessary.  You won't finish the car at the workshop but you'll get a nice head start on it.

If you do not receive your pinewood kit at the Pack Meeting, check with your Den Leader so we can get it to you.  For anyone interested in racing in the family race, we do have a few extra kits available for sale.


Scout Sunday's
Sunday February 2nd:

Scout Sunday @ Saint Joseph Parish in Wakefield 9 am mass.  Please wear your Class A uniforms.  Our Tiger Den leader, Dan Hubbard and Leader Rose Giglio, will be there to meet you.  Typically there are reserved seating on the right side of the church.  If anyone would be interested in participate in the mass, please let us know.

Sunday, February 9th:

Scout Sunday @ First Parish Church in Wakefield 10:30 am service.  Please wear your Class A uniforms.  Our Asst Cubmaster, Brad Wagner, will be there to meet you.


Dine Out
We are hosting a fundraiser on Wednesday, February 5th at Fuddruckers in Reading. They will accept physical or digital copies of the flyer on the night of our event.  We will have hard copies of the flyer at our Pack meeting on the 16th.  

YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Monday, January 6, 2020

Save the Date - Wednesday February 5th Dine Out @ Fuddruckers

We are excited to announce that we are hosting a fundraiser on Wednesday, February 5th in our Reading location. Attached please find the fundraising flyers to distribute to your friends and family.  They will accept physical or digital copies of the flyer on the night of your event.  We will have hard copies of the flyer at our Pack meeting on the 16th.

Few quick notes:

-Please note, flyers may not be handed out at the door or inside/outside the restaurant on the evening of your event.

-Both dine-in and take-out orders are eligible so let your supporters know!

-Start promoting as much in advance as possible. Send email blasts, post on your FB and Instagram pages, send home hard copies of the flyer. Share on other social media sites (local town Facebook pages, etc).

-Please wear your Class A uniforms to dinner.


We will be able to answer any questions your might have at the Pack meeting on the 16th.


Happy Monday

YIS,

Your Pack Committee

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Fwd: Popcorn & Movie Night Friday January 3rd

Just a reminder that we have until 5 pm tonight to RSVP for tomorrow nights Pizza & Movie meeting.  We need to make sure we order enough food.

YIS,
Your Pack Committee

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From: CubScout PackSevenTwoTwo <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Dec 29, 2019 at 2:27 PM
Subject: Popcorn & Movie Night Friday January 3rd
To: Cub Scout Pack 722 <cubscoutpack722wakefield@gmail.com>


Good Afternoon Pack families,

This Friday, January 3, 2020 we will be hosting our annual Movie and Popcorn night.  Below you will find an detail of the nights timing as well as a signup genius.  Please RSVP by Thursday at 5 pm, so that we make sure we have enough pizza and popcorn for everyone.  There is also a spot to mark if you require gluten free pizza.  Please come relaxed, no uniforms required.   Also feel free to bring pillows and blankets to get comfy during the movie.  We look forward to seeing you all there.

5:30 pm - Pizza in the Hall - PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN REUSABLE WATER BOTTLES, WE WILL HAVE THE ABILITY TO REFILL
6:15 pm - Summer Camp presentation and Pieing
6:45 -9:00 pm - Movies!  We will have 2, one in the hall for the younger kids and one in the vestry for the older kids. It is up the parents/guardians which movie they feel is more appropriate for their children.

Please copy this link into your browser to sign up.



YIS,
Your Pack Committee