Get ready for a day of entertainment, games, sports, hotdogs, hamburgers, and good times....
Cub Scout Pack 17 and Boy Scout Troop 6 is hosting their first annual Carnival at Unity Park on September 19, 2007 from noon-4PM.
Bring the whole family and enjoy. Free Entry. Game and food tickets .25 each (bulk discount will be offered).
Cub Scout and Boy Scout Recruiters available for registration information.
Questions, please contact:
Den Leader-Ralph Blaire - (413) 863-4827
Cub Master- Dawn Shafer- (413) 863-8675
Girl Scout cookies are great, but what could be better than scooping cookie dough onto a sheet and popping it into the oven. Umm, the anticipation as the kitchen fills with warmth and the scent of fresh baked cookies while jogging memories of mom’s home baked goodies.
Our cub scout pack is currently selling frozen cookie dough in many recipes. For more information and to place a prepaid order, please contact Dawn at 413-863-8675.
Cub Scout Pack 17, Gill/Montague is gearing up for an exciting new season and we would like to invite the community to join our meetings to find out what we’re all about. Please feel free to attend our regular meetings on Monday nights in the caffeteria at Sheffield School. Everyone is welcome.
Scouting is an integral part of boys development as responsible members of our community. Come share your experiences and talents and start our boys on new adventures.
Open registration for new scouts in grades 1-5 at all meetings.
For more information about registration and scouting or to schedule a visit, please contact Cub Scout Master, Dawn Shafer at 413-863-8675 after 4PM.
Cub Scouts Do Things and Go Places
Cub Scouting means "doing." You have lots to do as a Cub Scout—crafts, games, sports, songs, stories, and puzzles, to name a few things. Much of the fun happens right in the den and pack. The den usually meets every week, and the pack meets once a month all year long. At den meetings and pack meetings, Cub Scouts do different things for fun and learning.
Cub Scouts also go to events like the annual blue and gold banquet, field contests, and derbies such as the pinewood derby. They go on field trips. They go camping and have other kinds of outdoor adventures. They take part in community events. Cub Scouts do all sorts of exciting stuff! Whatever it is that you enjoy, you’ll have a chance to do it in Cub Scouting.
We would like to invite you to join us to one of the thing we like to do. The CSR climbing wall is a favorite with all scouts - Cubs and Boy Scouts alike!
Climbing the thirty-two foot tall wall is attainable by the novice while still presenting a challenge to the most experienced of climbers.
Friday, October 20, 2006
Bring mom, dad, siblings, and a friend for a good time!
Still accepting new registrations for our brand new Cub Scout Pack 17. We have a great group of boys and new leadership with years of combined experience.
For more information call Cub Master, Dawn Shafer at 863-8675.
Thank you to all the parents who joined us with their sons last night. Welcome to Henry, Jimmy, Patrick, and Stone. We’re so happy you have joined Cub Scout Pack 17. Thank you Ralph, we’re excited to have you become a new leader.
We have a wonderful year planned. I know you will all fun. We are looking forward to Safety Month in October, Halloween celebrations (party and hay ride), a holiday party, sledding, fishing, biking, hiking, bowling, camping, and a big Blue and Gold celebration. Each month will bring a new theme with lots to learn and share with our families.
Remember to pick up your handbooks and begin learning the Cub Scout Oath and Law.