Pack 3 Old Greenwich
Friday, February 20th
Pray Building Camp Seton
The Pack provide pizza and refreshments for the Cubs and families. Please reply by 8 pm on Wed night for Cubs who are racing and the number of family members so the Pack can plan for the amount of pizza to purchase. For the Pack race it is acceptable to bend axles as long as they are the BSA axles provided with the kit. Greenwich Council's rules are linked below:
PLEASE ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING
TO ENSURE ALL PACKS HAVE THE SAME RACE EXPERIENCE:
- Children must not pass the orange cones--THE TRACK WILL BREAK IF STEPPED ON--IT IS ELECTRICAL
- Derby Scale and Measuring Box are provided FOR PARENT USE ONLY--DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PRESS DOWN ON THE SCALE--IT WILL BREAK
- Parents must mind siblings and young children
- Your group is responsible for the cleanliness of the Pray building--ALL TRASH MUST BE PLACED IN THE PROPER BIN
- Upon leaving, please turn off all lights and be sure the floor is clean for the next Pack racing.
- You are running your own race (your parent volunteers are responsible for weighing in and ensuring cars are up to standard rules)
Camp Seton Summer Day Camp 2015 - Register Now!
2015 Summer Camp Registration for Camp Seton is underway! Register now for the Early Bird discount.
With over 240 acres, Camp Seton is the ideal outdoor setting for boys with or without Scouting experience. Our camp property is conveniently located off King St. in Greenwich, CT.
Visit the new www.CampSeton.org website for camp information about both Cub Scout and Boy Scout Day Camp, our CIT program, summer camp activities, fees, dates and to register.
Come tour camp and speak with the Camp Director during open house every Saturday during April and May from 10am to noon.
3/7/2015 - Scouting For Food
Save the Date for Scouting For Food 2015! Again State Rep. Fred Camillo is the honorary chair of this council-wide food drive! There are many ways to participate from collecting food to helping out at the collection stations.
The 2015 Scouting for Food Drive will take place on Saturday, March 7th when Scouts and volunteers will collect food donations and sort them at local firehouses and at Christ Church. This is the largest service project that the entire Council works on and Neighbor to Neighbor depends on these donations!
2015 materials (all available at Scout Office/Shop):
Yellow Scouting For Food Collection Bags
Bag Flyers/Info Inserts
Grocery Store Banners
Fact Sheet for use at Collection Locations or Grocery Stores